|I have been through the source code again for Chapters 5-12 to hopefully iron out some of the bugs in them. I have also added project files as per request. However, please note that I used the version of the Object Factory posted below to generate this code. |
This will probably be the last version of the Object Factory posted at this site. Future versions will be available in a website version set up and maintained by Joseph Moniz. This should allow you to contact the author directly and make it easier to update the Object Factory. The address of the site will be www.InetArchitecture.com
If you have any problems with this posted code let me know at email@example.com
|Click here to download code for Chapter 5 (12/8/99) - 123Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Click here to download code for Chapter 6 (12/8/99) - 71Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Click here to download code for Chapter 7 (12/8/99) - 76Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Click here to download code for Chapters 8 & 9 (12/8/99) - 483Kb. This zip file contains just the compiled versions of the DLLs and UI EXE for Chapters 8 & 9. You can find the source files in the next zip file, PersonInterface. If you have not installed the latest version of the Object Factory (below) then there are an additional 2 DLLS in this zip file that need to be registered.||US Site||UK Site|
|Click here to download source files for the Person object UI project for Chapters 8 & 9 (12/8/99) - 81Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Click here to download code for Chapter 10 (12/8/99) - 46Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Click here to download code for Chapter 11 (12/8/99) - 77Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Click here to download code for Chapter 12 (12/8/99) - 104Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|In order to incorporate some error handling the code generated by the Object Factory is expecting there to be a table called ErrorMessage in a database called Common. The code does not gerenate this table itself as in a production environment you would expect this table to exist in a single location (Common) and the data objects would exist in separate databases. This zip file (961Kb) is a VB project that will add the necessary table and error messages to a database called Common.||US Site||UK Site|
Here is the latest version of the Object Factory (14/09/99)
All of the bugs that have plagued previous versions seem to have been resolved.
|The only small problem I have had is if you generate a object with a large numbr of base properties (10+). In this case the code generated for the ObjectFectch and ObjectDelete routines in the clsObjectNameData.cls of the DC Object will actually be too|
|long for the VB Editor to cope with and you will need to add some continuation characters youself.|
|Click here to download Setup.zip - 68Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Click here to download 1st CAB file - 1,280Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Click here to download 2nd CAB file - 1,424Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Click here to download 3rd CAB file - 1,424Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Click here to download 4th CAB file - 665Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Here you can download the sample Contact application that demonstrates the use of Connector objects for Chapter 13 - 722Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|I will hopefully be posting a version of the above application using Veneers but until then the links below contain code previously posted for Chapters 14 and 15.|
|Code for Chapter 14 -7Kb||US Site||UK Site|
|Code for Chapter 15 - 5Kb||US Site||UK Site|
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