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I am devloping an online library management(intranet based application) as my last year t.y.bsc(I.T) project. how can i devlop it using wpf and how it is install on intranet.I also wanted some idea what technology can i put in this project and how can i find the tutorial and sample for this project. Thank You
Posted 21-Dec-12 4:01am
Keith Barrow at 21-Dec-12 9:03am
Library catalogue systems make me dewey-eyed.
Keith Barrow at 21-Dec-12 9:04am
You've already decided on a technology. I'd use a database as well, and probably the Entity Framework.
As for a tutorial, you'd have to google it.

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A. How it is install on intranet?
Basically if you have chosen either Wpf or Silverlight framework , it would be convenient to deploy it by using ClickOnce.

B. As concerns technologies.
If you want to point out that you have good understanding of design patterns and OOP principles, so in such case implement your solution based on WPF and MVVM pattern (core).
MVVM can help you reach good separation between you layers (UI, Model and ViewModel)

As concerns problem of data persistence, it would be nicely to rely on Entitty Framework (core of databse access), especially on Code-first approach. With help of it you can develop your domain model in code primarily, and then with few minutes created Db stucture according to this model.
If any questions, let me know.

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