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I have a VB.net database application, sometimes customers want to make some
small changes.

For example, they tell me that they need a new field; they want to add a
text field on a Winform as well as database.

Right now, every time my customers request a change, I need to

Change the database

Change the stored procedure

Change the web service

Change the Winform

And rebuild everything

Is there a way that I can build some dynamic solution to do this without
changing my application? I mean put the Winform syntax in some where, and
always load the syntax on the fly? When they need to add something, I just
need to change the syntax.

Any suggestions are welcome.

Thank you very much!

George
Nov 21 '05 #1
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Hi,

Maybe try something like this.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/de...et10082002.asp

Ken
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I have a VB.net database application, sometimes customers want to make some
small changes.

For example, they tell me that they need a new field; they want to add a
text field on a Winform as well as database.

Right now, every time my customers request a change, I need to

Change the database

Change the stored procedure

Change the web service

Change the Winform

And rebuild everything

Is there a way that I can build some dynamic solution to do this without
changing my application? I mean put the Winform syntax in some where, and
always load the syntax on the fly? When they need to add something, I just
need to change the syntax.

Any suggestions are welcome.

Thank you very much!

George

Nov 21 '05 #2

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