About new classes, what is the best thing?

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12/14/2005 4:08:49 AM
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About new classes, what is the best thing?

I would like to know your opinion with respect to the incorporation of new classes to mojo.  These classes correspond to the functionalities that I need it for my application.  I want to know if you advise to me to include them in mojoPortal.Data.dll and mojoPortal.Bussiness.dll and mojoPortal.Web.dll respectively, or must create my own assembled.  I want to know what is the practitioner more and than it facilitates the work simultaneously mine. I hope that you can understand to me.

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12/14/2005 4:54:48 AM
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Re: About new classes, what is the best thing?

I think it is ok to include them in the same assemblies but I would create new classes. For example don't put your custom data access code in dbPortal.cs, create a new class in the data project. This way if you later want to separate them into their own assemblies it will be easy.
Also this will avoid problems when you want to get the latest mojoportal code using SVN Update.

You may sometimes get a conflict when svn tries to merge the changes in the .csproj files. In this case you could let the version from svn win and then just right click your classes to include them back in the project after the update. Most of the time it should be ableto merge them without conflicts.

Hope it helps,

Joe
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