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Old November 9th, 2004, 07:28 AM
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Default About usiness objects

Hi!
i am software engg. presently working on 3-Tier vb.net
project. In this project i want to create sperate UI class
and DB Class.Previously i am using RockFord Lhotka's method
to send data between objects.This methods are if you know
SetState and GetState.In .Net we can do same thing by using
Serialization.I tried lot of but failed to pass data between
objects.
If any one know the solution then please send me complete
code.
I also tried with XML.I dont want to create xml file.

My EmailID: ravikalp2002@yahoo.com
Ravi

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Old November 9th, 2004, 08:16 AM
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Try passing DataSet I have done like this only, it works!


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