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David Ebbo made a screencast which walks through a basic scenario of using ASP.NET Dynamic Data in a simple site using Northwind. You can download this screencast fromĀ on his blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/davidebb/archive/2007/12/12/dynamic-data-screencast-is-now-available.aspx Posted on Friday, December 14, 2007 3:08 PM Microsoft , .NET Framework , ASP.NET | Back to top


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thanks for sharing.
Left by Physical Condition on Apr 29, 2009 1:35 PM

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Molto interessante blog che ho bruciacchiato per il RSS tradotto tramite RssItaliano
Left by Nanou on Oct 29, 2009 9:41 PM

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With VS2010 Beta 2 now available for download (although I haven't played with it yet), I wonder whether the below scenario (true master-details in Dynamic Data) has been addressed in the current beta release. I'm reproducing the scenario for your easy ref. :

With Northwind as the DB, say if I'm on the Insert page for Products and I've fed in values for each of the fields. I then come to Categories or Suppliers dropdown and realize that when I click on those, the relevant items have yet to be fed into Categories or Suppliers. What I'd normally have to do then is to click "Back to Home Page" and insert the needed record into Categories/Suppliers as the case might be. But then, the data I'd already fed in the Products Insert page is now lost! Imagine if I had 100 or so fields, I'd then have to re-feed all of those when I come back to Products Insert page?

What I'd prefer is to open Categories or Suppliers page in the same or a pop-up window, enter the needed records, and come back to my Products page (all along my Product values should've been preserved) and continue the data entry. Seems like a very fundamental requirement, which hasn't been addressed yet, ain't it?
Left by Mark Nongkhlaw on Dec 21, 2009 9:59 PM

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