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Jon Rista26-Oct-02 10:27
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GeneralCollection within a Collection and "loading" advice Pin
Paul Watson23-Oct-02 0:38
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Paul Riley23-Oct-02 0:52
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Paul Watson23-Oct-02 1:19
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Paul Riley23-Oct-02 1:26
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Paul Riley23-Oct-02 1:32
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James T. Johnson23-Oct-02 0:53
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Paul Watson23-Oct-02 1:13
sitebuilderPaul Watson23-Oct-02 1:13 
James T. Johnson wrote:
What you can do to help prevent that is make each object's collection a property

And with those words you made me a happy man! Big Grin | :-D

That is what I have done:
public class StockCollection
    {
        /// <summary>
        /// All StockItems assigned to this collection
        /// </summary>
        public StockItems StockItems
        {
            get {return new StockItems(this);}
        }...


So in essence that return new StockItems(this) bit is only actually "run" when I use that property of the class instance, right? e.g.:
StockCollections stockcollectionsTest = new StockCollections();
            foreach (StockCollection stockcollectionCurrent in stockcollectionsTest)
            {
                Response.Write("Collection Title: " + stockcollectionCurrent.Title + "<br />");
                // At this point property StockItems has not been "run" and therefore no sub-items populated, right?
                foreach(StockItem stockitemCurrent in stockcollectionCurrent.StockItems)
                {
                    // But now it has been populated because of the stockcollectionCurrent.StockItems just above, right?
                    Response.Write("StockItem Title: " + stockitemCurrent.Title + "<br />");
                }
            }


I guess I should have actually stated in my question that the sub-collections are exposed as get properties of the items (it is often hard to figure out at which level to pitch a question. To high and people who may have the answer you are looking for ignore it, too low and you have to go through fifty sub questions to get to the heart f the matter.)

Properties rock overall IMO Smile | :)

Thanks James.

Paul Watson
Bluegrass
Cape Town, South Africa

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James T. Johnson23-Oct-02 1:20
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