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Alfred Ortega
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Alfred Ortega asked on 14 Nov 2008, 12:44 AM
Okay just a suggestion for some organizing of the ORM forum area.

1) Group for Reverse/Forward Engineering and other Wizards
2) Beginner/Getting started area.
3) Advanced for Architecture/best practice questions.  (I'm sure how to's will be asked there as well)
4) OQL/Linq

I just think that unlike a grid or tree control an ORM is so much more involved and is so much more complex that it might be beneficial to everyone (I know it would for me) to have sub topics.  It might make finding other entries related to what the person is looking for easier.

Al

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Hessner
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answered on 14 Nov 2008, 08:41 AM
I agree.

And how about a post status "flag" of some kind, so we could see if our post
was read(and will be answered) by telerik? ;-)
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Vassil Petev
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answered on 20 Nov 2008, 02:34 PM
Nice suggestions, guys, thank you for the involvement.

Alfred, we have added new forums to the OpenAccess section - feel free to start using them at your will :)

Bo Hessner, this is a nice improvement we will consider for the next version of the Forums. Fingers crossed, we will have them online by the end of the year.


Best wishes,
Vassil
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