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Strongly-typed collections - links?

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Does anyone have links to any good tutorials on creating strongly typed collections?
Especially on manipulating the data that is in the collection?

I am using strongly-typed collection objects based on collectionbase that are representations of table data in my database. I have no issue creating the collection as that is pretty straightforward, I am looking for more advanced topics such as data validation, event handling and and updating/canceling changes to the datastore. I am not really sure where this is supposed to take place ie in the collection, in the object of the collection etc...any pointers or links would be really appreciated.
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--Eric Cathell, MCSA
Nov 21 '05 #1
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i didnt look at the website but Francesco Baleno VB.net book gives a bit more detail of things what u have mentioned.
ie: when to use collectionBase methods like onInsert, onValidate, onInsertComplete in a custom collection.

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Irfan

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Does anyone have links to any good tutorials on creating strongly typed collections?
Especially on manipulating the data that is in the collection?

I am using strongly-typed collection objects based on collectionbase that are representations of table data in my database. I have no issue creating the collection as that is pretty straightforward, I am looking for more advanced topics such as data validation, event handling and and updating/canceling changes to the datastore. I am not really sure where this is supposed to take place ie in the collection, in the object of the collection etc...any pointers or links would be really appreciated.
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--Eric Cathell, MCSA
Nov 21 '05 #2

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