If EntityA has a persistent property of type StructureA, then when an instance of EntityA is created, I would expect that the constructor for StructureA to be called... but it is not.


Updated at 17.05.2010 3:06:39

Fixed it... I thought that if you create EntityA, then DO will automatically create an instance of StructureA...

But apparently one must do: MyProperty = new StructureA() in the constructor of EntityA

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asked May 17 '10 at 02:59

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That's right. DataObjects.Net doesn't instantiate instances of persistent types by calling their public constructors. It calls protected constructors injected via PostSharp on post-compilation step instead.

(May 17 '10 at 02:59) Dmitri Maximov Dmitri%20Maximov's gravatar image
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