CSLA 3.7.1 for .Net 2.0 is released

Csla 3.7.1 for .Net 2.0 SP1 was released on the 30. of September.  This release includes:

  • bugfixes to FilteredBindingList/SortedBindingList
  • updates to ApplicationContext – LogicalExecutionLocation
  • and the new PropertyInfoFactory that allows you to create your own custom field data

All the Business Objects you write using Csla 3.7.1 for N2 will also work and compile with the “full” Csla 3.7.1 for .Net 3.5 when you are ready to move to the latest version of .Net.

Unfortunately there are still many developers working with legacy systems or have to support their solutions on Windows2000 platform that limits their choice of .Net framwork to version 2.0. As our client is stuck with a similar condition I have “downgraded” Csla from .Net 3,5 to run on .Net 2.0 with SP1. My version for N2 also inludes LinqBridge from www.albahari.com that enables nearly all of C# 3.0 syntax inlunding Linq over IEnumerable.

If you are interested in using Csla make sure to download the samples and look at the code.


One thought on “CSLA 3.7.1 for .Net 2.0 is released

  1. Sadye

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