It can be quite confusing to look at a class and notice that some members are missing [Field] or similar attributes... only to later realize that this is because these attributes are declared on the interface members. DO currently doesn't allow attributes to be duplicated on both the interface and class members.

Would it be possible to remove this limitation? Is it simple, or too much work?

asked Dec 17 '10 at 04:25

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It is allowed, AFAIR, but your attributes must not conflict, for example Nullable = false in the interface, and Nullable = true in the Entity

answered Dec 17 '10 at 05:12

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Exactly.

Which version of DataObjects.Net are you using, Ara?

(Dec 17 '10 at 06:26) Dmitri Maximov Dmitri%20Maximov's gravatar image
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