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Bernhard
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Bernhard asked on 09 Oct 2009, 03:31 PM

Hi all,

we want to implement a data form (RADForm) with one object per page (which shows details of a record).
The detail form is called from a form with a grid view (read only). So we know the id (PK).

- We work with Telerik OpenAccess ORM (Q2 2009) and WinForms UI Controls.
- The detail form should be used for inserting and editing data.
- We don't want to generate the data form with the Telerik data form wizard.
- We want to work with a private IObjectScope Object. So that we can store (commit) or reject (rollback) the data programmatically.
- The Form has different controls: RADTextBox, RADComboBox, RADCheckBox

Is there an example? Do you know a tutorial or blog entry? What is the Best Practice for implementing a detail form?

Thanks & Regards
Bernhard

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Ady
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answered on 15 Oct 2009, 02:33 PM
Hi Bernhard,

 Currently we do not have one blog or example that address all these issues. We will work on that.
Here is a knowledge base article that explains a best practise for scope management in a WindowsForms application. You should find this useful. You can use the practise mentioned in the article to share the scope between grid form and details form.

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Ady
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