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I have a project I've been trying to define a model for. Basically, it
will be an MDI app with each document containing multiple "views" of
the same object data. I've considered several approaches, one being to
implement a custom interface for each "view" (ILayer) and having the
document control which views are displayed. Are there any other models
that are similar in architecture?

TIA

Feb 7 '06 #1
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|I have a project I've been trying to define a model for. Basically, it
| will be an MDI app with each document containing multiple "views" of
| the same object data. I've considered several approaches, one being to
| implement a custom interface for each "view" (ILayer) and having the
| document control which views are displayed. Are there any other models
| that are similar in architecture?

Look at Model View Controller, or it's big sister, Model View Presenter;
there are some articles on my website www.carterconsulting.org.uk

Joanna

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Joanna Carter [TeamB]
Consultant Software Engineer
Feb 7 '06 #2
Thanks! I had actually seen a few references to the Model View
Presenter, but they were all dead links. This is just what I was
looking for.

-SLC

Feb 7 '06 #3

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