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Web Application Page Patterns

, 23 Jan 2007
Two common design patterns for web application pages: the Single Entity Postback Editor and the Multi-Entity Postback Editor
webapplicationpatterns_src.zip
src
SampleDatabase
Change Scripts
Create Scripts
Queries
SampleDatabase.dbp
WebApplicationPatterns.suo
WebAppPatterns_Bizlayer
AbstractGenerated
Properties
Website
App_Code
App_Data
MyGeneration.dOOdads
bin
Debug
MyGeneration.dOOdads_2005.dll
MyGeneration.dOOdads_2005.pdb
DbAdapters
MyGeneration.dOOdads.cmbx
MyGeneration.dOOdads.prjx
obj
Debug
MyGeneration.dOOdads_2005.dll
MyGeneration.dOOdads_2005.pdb
Refactor
MyGeneration.dOOdads_2005.dll
TempPE

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Chris Cole
Architect Milliman
United States United States
I have been involved in professional software development for over 15 years, focusing on distributed applications on both Microsoft and Java platforms.
 
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