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MVVM validation in VB2010? An article on this subject will be appreciated. Step by step as you can find on the web using c#, please!
More detail - open a child window to add a database record (say customer) and do error checking and validation MVVM style!
Posted 6-Aug-12 3:07am
Wes Aday 6-Aug-12 9:18am
Do you just want someone to do a google search for you?
Philip Stuyck 6-Aug-12 10:54am
Apparently all examples on the web are in C#. I don't quite understand that it is so difficult to translate it to VB.NET. It is the same interfaces as in C#, there is not any real differance but the syntax.
Wes Aday 6-Aug-12 10:59am
Well I cna't tell from his posting what it is that he wants. It sounds like he wants someone to write a tutorial or an article for him. Either that or do his research for him.
Sandeep Mewara 6-Aug-12 15:09pm
I agree with you.

OP should show some effort.
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Solution 1

There is a forum for article requests. This will be lost in hours.
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Solution 2

I think someone posted on my name because I definitely did not post this. This is not my style and I will not ask for help like this. Wanting someone to do my research??? No ways!!! Asking for an article??? Heck no!!! So, CodeProject, what is going on!!
Kenneth Haugland 11-Aug-12 8:53am
Then just delete your question then :)

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