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# Posted on: 01-Feb-2006 15:50:24.  
I just tried the walkthrough using the latest LLBLGen Pro (I'm a new customer) and got some problems when compiling:
mStart seems to be missing BusinessName and ApplicationTitle properties
JFormsCommon is missing IdentityLoginName and IdentityIsWindowsLogin
WindowsAppSettings is missing LoginName

Also the documention (very comprehensive and readable BTW) seems to mix some assembly names in the text and screenshots:
Should JCL.Windows be JCL.Windows.Forms and JCL.Windows.Forms.DevEx?

Have I downloaded an out of date version somewhere or am I missing something else?

Cheers
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# Posted on: 02-Feb-2006 18:39:24.  
simmotech wrote:
I just tried the walkthrough using the latest LLBLGen Pro (I'm a new customer) and got some problems when compiling:
mStart seems to be missing BusinessName and ApplicationTitle properties
JFormsCommon is missing IdentityLoginName and IdentityIsWindowsLogin
WindowsAppSettings is missing LoginName

Also the documention (very comprehensive and readable BTW) seems to mix some assembly names in the text and screenshots:
Should JCL.Windows be JCL.Windows.Forms and JCL.Windows.Forms.DevEx?

Have I downloaded an out of date version somewhere or am I missing something else?

Cheers
Simon

I will send FRANS an updated JCL with the latest documentation and a complete NORTHWIND sample to post on the 3rd party link...


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# Posted on: 23-Mar-2006 03:44:37.  
Hi,

are there any plans to support CSLA .NET 2.0 which was just released?
(http://www.lhotka.net/ArticleIndex.aspx?area=CSLA%20.NET%2020)

If yes is there any possibility to give a time frame when a compatible version would be released?

Thank you very much
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# Posted on: 23-Mar-2006 19:16:47.  
pat wrote:
Hi,

are there any plans to support CSLA .NET 2.0 which was just released?
(http://www.lhotka.net/ArticleIndex.aspx?area=CSLA%20.NET%2020)

If yes is there any possibility to give a time frame when a compatible version would be released?

Thank you very much
Regards
Patrick


working on the port as I am writing these lines. Expected time frame of release is two weeks. Watch this forum and JCL's home page (http://www.jclframework.net/jcl/) for news about the upcoming updates


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# Posted on: 26-Mar-2006 01:05:52.  
Hi,

What I need to do to try "Joint CSLA.NET & LLBLGen Pro framework" ?

Thanks,
Alexnaldo Santos
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# Posted on: 26-Mar-2006 21:12:01.  
alexsantos wrote:
Hi,

What I need to do to try "Joint CSLA.NET & LLBLGen Pro framework" ?

Thanks,
Alexnaldo Santos


In addition to JCL and its templates, you will also need LLBLGen.


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# Posted on: 27-Mar-2006 12:55:17.  
Where I can download JCL ?

I downloaded LLBLGen trial but can't see the JCL.

Thanks.
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# Posted on: 27-Mar-2006 20:16:49.  
alexsantos wrote:
Where I can download JCL ?

I downloaded LLBLGen trial but can't see the JCL.

Thanks.


you can dowload that from the 3rd party link or from JCL's home page:
http://www.jclframework.net/jcl


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# Posted on: 28-Mar-2006 01:28:24.  
Hi Omar,

Is CSLA.Net intended for use only with windows application or would asp.net applications beneft also?

Thanks, Pete
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# Posted on: 28-Mar-2006 16:06:19.  
omar wrote:
alexsantos wrote:
Where I can download JCL ?

I downloaded LLBLGen trial but can't see the JCL.

Thanks.


you can dowload that from the 3rd party link or from JCL's home page:
http://www.jclframework.net/jcl

Great stuff! Laugh. I'll put a link to that site with the 3rd party download.


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# Posted on: 30-Mar-2006 10:07:43.  
lad4bear wrote:
Hi Omar,

Is CSLA.Net intended for use only with windows application or would asp.net applications beneft also?

Thanks, Pete


Hey there Pete!

CSLA.Net supports at least 3 UIs. WinForms, WebForms and Web Services. We're currently working on using the JCL http://www.jclframework.net/jcl with DNN http://www.dotnetnuke.com to create our internal 'Call Center' application.
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# Posted on: 13-Feb-2007 22:11:18.  
Did you get this done for DNN?

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# Posted on: 20-Jun-2007 19:39:14.  
Otis wrote:
In the 3rd party section, the Joint CSLA.NET & LLBLGen Pro framework (JCL) has been posted. This framework is written by Omar Shraim and Bashar Lulu and contains all the elements you need to set up a CSLA.NET based framework using LLBLGen Pro generated code. The package comes with extensive documentation to help you started.

Thanks for contributing this to the community, Omar and Bashar! Regular Smiley


Dude, where is this 3rd party section? Forgive me for showing my newb status here, but I really want to check out your CSLA code that Omar gave, but for the life of me, I cannot find this 3rd Party Section. Can you help me out with some dumbed down instructions on how to find it?
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# Posted on: 20-Jun-2007 19:57:37.  
login to the customer area, click on the version you have a license for (e.g. v2.0) at the left and scroll down to the 3rd party section.

The JCL framework has its own site btw, http://www.jclframework.netRegular Smiley


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