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Video: Silverlight 2 Data Form - Episode 5: D is for Delete

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Ilia Iordanov
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0 comments   /   posted on Jan 27, 2009
Tags:   crud , dataform , ken-cox
Categories:   Data Access , Line-of-Business

This is the fifth of 8 videos by Ken Cox about the development of CRUD application using Silverlight and Visual Basic.NET.

Episode 5: "D" is for Delete probes data associations, properties and links in the Entity Framework. It takes you step by step through the code to delete a customer, the customer's orders, and the order details. I hope you find it worthwhile.
Make sure you've worked through Episode 1, Episode 2, Episode 3, and Episode 4 first. Without them, you won't have the prerequisite code or project infrastructure to succeed in this episode.

Sometimes the video might not be available because of some internal problems of the Silverlight streaming services. Please excuse us for the inconvience, we hope that this problem will be fixed very soon.

The full source code is available for download from here.

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Ken Cox

Ken Cox

Ken Cox is the author of ASP.NET 3.5 For Dummies, published by Wiley. He works as a contract Web applications consultant, programming writer, technical reviewer, author, and as a contributing editor for Visual Studio Magazine. Microsoft has recognized Ken as a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) since 1998 for his contributions to the ASP/ASP.NET community. In a previous life, Ken was a broadcast journalist in Toronto and Quebec City. Ken's Web site is at http://www.kencox.ca/.

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Thank you for watching and stay tuned for episode 6!



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