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sailesh
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# Posted on: 31-Dec-2008 09:11:15.  
At Kennissoft we created a complete Enterprise Information System (EIS)
in ASP.NET and LLBL gen.

The system spans everything from sales to accounting.
The plan is to release the system in Q2 of 2009.

[edit: Direct link added]
We have a temporary site running at:
http://83.86.194.83:7070/EIS/

Use the login link in the page!!

You can use the following login credentials:

Username: beheerder
Password: beheerder
Database: DB1

There will be two flavors:

1. Basic: Free Ad sponsored version.
2. Pro: Monthly subscription fee per user.

NOTE: THIS IS A TEMPORARY TEST SITE!

We want to invite the LLBL gen community to test our solution
and provide us with any feedback (good or bad).


LLBLgen
We could never have created this solution without a tool like LLBLgen.
Even with the advent of MS's Entity Framework, we foresee that we will be
using LLBLgen for a long time.

Some of the best LLBL features we heavily rely on
- Inheritance
- Validator classes
- LLBL injection mechanisms for validators and concurrency classes
- Meta Data of generated classes
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Otis
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# Posted on: 31-Dec-2008 11:39:32.  
Looks great! Laugh You generated the forms from the meta-data or something?

Please post in this thread again when you take the testsite offline Regular Smiley

1 think I ran into: I had an employee edit form open and I then clicked at the left on 'banking' and nothing happened (it did show 'processing'), likely because there's no data there.


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sailesh
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# Posted on: 31-Dec-2008 12:05:11.  
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You generated the forms from the meta-data or something?


Yes.

Each form is linked to exactly one Entity.
We use the meta data of the entity to statically generate a skeleton form.
Most entry forms are simple skeleton forms.

But the more interesting forms (product, customer, invoice etc.)
are heavily customized to get a more rich experience.

This is different from what Dynamic Data is doing today, but we started developing EIS over a year ago and back then Dynamic Data was just a cool demo.

It basically doesn't matter if you use static or dynamic forms.
In the end you will need to heavily customize the more interesting parts of your application with LOTS of code.

By having statically generated forms, you can more easily add logic in the code behind of the form.

Meta Data is very important in EIS
That's why I asked for more Meta Data on Relationships:
http://www.llblgen.com/tinyforum/Messages.aspx?ThreadID=15022
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sailesh
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# Posted on: 16-Jun-2009 11:23:18.  
Just wanted to let everyone know that EIS
is now BizFusion and you can reach it at:

www.bizfusion.nl

BizFusion is free! So give it a spin!

And let me know what you like/dislike about the product.


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