architecture problem

  • 11 years ago

    hi,
    I have a form (let Winform & lang C#) & in that i have textbox & lalbels ,like Customer form which have CustName(label) & its texbox(varchar) ,CustAddress(varchar),CustCity(varchar) CustPhone(int),CustCountry(varchar) CustEmail(varchar).
    *Now i want to perform operations like Inserting records ,Update & Delete records into database using Custom Object Oriented Entities (using data access & business service layer separately following a 3 tier architecture )
    *what all methods will be required (additional to InsertRecords,Updaterecords ,Deleterecords)
    can u plz give explanation with code ,how to do this .
    i need it urgently plz .


    thanks
    Vagan

  • 11 years ago

    You dont even need the insert update and delete methods, these are command objects already available in ADO.Net


  • 11 years ago

    hi,


    i m telling that ..i have a form & i want to perform operations like insert ,delete ,update on it then what all i have to do in that .
    I dont want code using dataadapter.insert  etc  methods
    i want to use seperate entities for insert,delte,update .
    using data layer & busines service



         


    eg *  public void insert()
        {
             ///what code to write in this block


        }


        public void delete()
      {        
           ///what code to write in this block
         
       }
    public void update()
    {
           ///what code to write in this block


    }


    //what else functions will come here



    waiting for reply


    thanks
    Shanky

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