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Expert C# 2008 Business Objects by Rockford Lhotka

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Chapter 4. CSLA .NET Object Stereotypes

Chapters 6 through 16 cover the implementation of the CSLA .NET framework as described in Chapter 2. I think it is useful to get a good idea of the types of business objects the framework is designed to support before looking at the implementation itself. In this chapter and in Chapter 5, I discuss the primary types of objects supported by the framework and walk through the basic code structure of each object type.

In object-oriented design terms, objects that share a broad set of behavioral characteristics and play a similar role in the application architecture are said to belong to a stereotype. A stereotype is a way of categorizing or describing a broad set of similar objects. This chapter covers in detail ...

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