Hi, we’re trying to develop a common framework for our current and future applications using DataObjects. Our current applications are Win32 clients, but we’ve plans for developing web applications during this current year.

Our first migrated application is a Win32 application, so we’re using WPF. But we’re using PRISM because we want to take advantage of its duality support to WPF and Silverlight (in our future web applications).

Our concern is about the potential problems/restrictions that DataObjects have with the management/access of data (for example, disconnected mode, POCO, etc.) when developing for Silverlight environment.


  Jordi Vidal

asked Mar 23 '12 at 07:02

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Hello Petar,

We have several working examples of using DataObjects.Net in N-tier applications with Silverlight on client side. It is common for them to use POCO objects on client side and do a mapping Entities <=> POCO on server-side. So we are supporting that architecture.

Hope that helps

answered Apr 03 '12 at 08:47

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Dmitri Maximov

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