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WPF Business Application Series Part 3 of n - Business Object Declarative Programming: How to Implement Object Validation and Logging

, 31 Mar 2008 CPOL
WPF VB.NET Business Object Declarative Programming: How to implement object validation and logging. This article shows how to decorate business entity objects for codeless entity validation and entity log message creation.
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