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Old January 7th, 2013, 04:13 PM
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Default ch. 15 - Hand Coding Data Acess Code

Imar,

It seems that hand coding is the best option for implementing the Add/Edit page. It does mean more work, but like you said on p.561
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you do gain a lot of flexibliity and - when done right - you end up with a page that's a lot easier to maintain.
Just curious as to what's more common practice in real world applications...

Is it more common to use ready-made controls and use the AddEditReview.aspx implementation or is it more common to use hand-coding and use the AddEditReviewHandCoded.aspx implementation?


Thank you.
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