Rockford Lhotka started writing his Business Objects books in 1996, and over the years, heas become one of the world's foremost authorities on building distributed object-oriented systems. This second edition of his industry-standard VB .NET Business Objects book not only addresses changes in .NET 2.0 and Visual Studio 2005, but also reflects substantial enhancements and improvements to the CSLA .NET Framework and how it can be used to create enterprise-level .NET applications. Expert VB 2005 Business Objects takes you from an opening discussion of logical architectures to detailed n-tier deployment options using the CSLA .NET Framework. Rockford provides enough understanding and detail for you to take this approach to your own projects, as many developers have already done. Rockford travels the world discussing his ideas with other developers at professional conferences and local user groups, but you can benefit from his expertise anytime with this book. There are many solutions to developing distributed applications; why not learn about them from an expert with a universally accepted and respected framework?Or if you really like manual work, you could manually set the data properties on each control through the Properties window. ... As discussed in Chapter 5, ... Given the extra parsing capabilities of SmartDate, this makes even more sense, since the user can simply press -, ., or + to get yesterday, today, or tomorrowa#39;s date.
|Title||:||Expert VB 2005 Business Objects|
|Publisher||:||Apress - 2006-05-08|