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How to pass the object instead of individual parameters to Data access layer?

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I have Business Objects layer having all the BOs. And I have data access layer. Now I want to pass the object (instead of individula parameters) to data access layer. I do not have the reference of Entity in Data access layer. How to pass the objects instead of parmeters? Can anyone explain me with small exapmle?
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Question by:GouthamAnand
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by:Carl Tawn
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If you DAL won't recognise you're business object (presumably because you don't reference the BLL dll in your DAL) then you don't have much option unless you alter your DAL.
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by:jagssidurala
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Create a properties class where define all the related properties.

and assign all the values to this object. send this object to the DAL class.

For ex: Properties class is EmployeeListDTO, where i am having EmployeeId, EmployeeName, Designation properties.

import properties namespace in DAL,BAL and UI.
in BAL or UI ,


assign variables like below

EmployeeDAL objEmployeeDAL = new EmployeeDAL();
EmployeeListDTO objemployeelistDTO = new EmployeeListDTO();
objemployeelistDTO.EmployeeId = 1;
objemployeelistDTO.EmployeeName = "jagadeesh";
objemployeelistDTO.Designation = "SSE";

objEmployeeDAL.InsertEmployee(objemployeelistDTO);

thats it

you should define this "InsertEmployee" method in DAL.
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by:GouthamAnand
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If I refer BO layer in DAL then it leads circular reference. And also I am refering the upper layer (BO) in lower layer (DAL) which I don't want to do.
Now is there any way with interfaces? If Yes, How?
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jagssidurala earned 500 total points
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You need  to create Properties Class separatly not in BAL.

The flow will like this.

1) UI

2) BAL Class library

3) DAL Class library

4) Properties Class Library

Step1: Add Properties DLL in DAL,BAL and UI
Step2: Add DAL dll in BAL
Step3 : Add BAL dll in UI

Thats it


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by:GouthamAnand
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Thank you.
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