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Old December 21st, 2009, 05:08 AM
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Default Do we really need ASP.NET xyzDataSource controls?

I am from C# Winforms background and recently switched to ASP.NET in c#.

After working with Winforms applications along with BusinessObjects, O/R Mapping frameworks, and logical layering techniques for months, I am just wondering, should we actually use ASP.NET ubiquitous xyzDataSource controls?

And we have our specific class-structures like:

class MyClass : IMyClass, IPersistant
{
public int ID {get;set}
.....
.....
public int SaveOrUpdate(){}//returns the ID
public static MyClass Get(int id){}
public static IEnumerable<MyClass> Get(){}
public bool Delete(){}
}

And also we have our own code generators for this type of classes.

And also don't xyzDataSource controls only applicable for XP/Agile projects?

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Old December 21st, 2009, 03:43 PM
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Hi there,

It all depends. The SqlDataSource is often considered not the best option as you end up with spaghetti code with T-SQL all over the place. However, the ObjectDataSource is really nice and can be used in cleanly separated, N-Tier applications. I wrote about those in-depth in this article series: http://imar.spaanjaars.com/QuickDocId.aspx?quickdoc=476

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