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Golf Tracker - Ep. 8 - Code Templates - Part 3 - More on Views

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ASP.NET MVC 2
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T4 Templates, T4 Views
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Golf Tracker - Code Templates - Part 3

Making database updates

In the last episode I showed how to modify the views to customize them to my liking, but I didn't actually prove that and database interaction actually works.  In this episode I quickly enable the Insert and Update functionality in the repositories and services in order to show you UI interaction.

The first thing I need to do is finish writing the code for the repository Insert, Update and GetByID methods.  I'll just copy the code from the CourseRepository class into the PlayerRepository class.

These methods will look like this...

01.public GolfTracker.BusinessObjects.Player GetById(Guid id)
02.{
03.    using (Database db = DataContextFactory.CreateContext())
04.    {
05.        return PlayerMapper.ToBusinessObject(
06.            db.Players.Where(c => c.ID == id)
07.            .SingleOrDefault());
08.    }
09.}
10. 
11.public Guid Insert(GolfTracker.BusinessObjects.Player model)
12.{
13.    GolfTracker.DataObjects.LinqToSql.Player entity = PlayerMapper.ToEntity(model);
14. 
15.    using (Database db = DataContextFactory.CreateContext())
16.    {
17.        try
18.        {
19.            db.Players.InsertOnSubmit(entity);
20.            db.SubmitChanges();
21. 
22.            model.ID = entity.ID;
23.            model.rowversion = VersionConverter.ToString(entity.rowversion);
24.            return entity.ID;
25.        }
26.        catch (ChangeConflictException)
27.        {
28.            foreach (ObjectChangeConflict conflict in db.ChangeConflicts)
29.            {
30.                conflict.Resolve(RefreshMode.KeepCurrentValues);
31.            }
32.            try
33.            {
34.                db.SubmitChanges();
35.            }
36.            catch (ChangeConflictException)
37.            {
38.                throw new Exception("A concurrency error occurred!");
39.            }
40.            return entity.ID;
41.        }
42.        catch (Exception)
43.        {
44.            throw new Exception("There was an error inserting the record!");
45.        }
46.    }
47.}
48. 
49.public Guid Update(GolfTracker.BusinessObjects.Player model)
50.{
51.    GolfTracker.DataObjects.LinqToSql.Player entity = PlayerMapper.ToEntity(model);
52. 
53.    using (Database db = DataContextFactory.CreateContext())
54.    {
55.        try
56.        {
57.            db.Players.Attach(entity, true);
58.            db.SubmitChanges();
59. 
60.            model.ID = entity.ID;
61.            model.rowversion = VersionConverter.ToString(entity.rowversion);
62.            return entity.ID;
63.        }
64.        catch (ChangeConflictException)
65.        {
66.            foreach (ObjectChangeConflict conflict in db.ChangeConflicts)
67.            {
68.                conflict.Resolve(RefreshMode.KeepCurrentValues);
69.            }
70.            try
71.            {
72.                db.SubmitChanges();
73.            }
74.            catch (ChangeConflictException)
75.            {
76.                throw new Exception("A concurrency error occurred!");
77.            }
78.            return entity.ID;
79.        }
80.        catch (Exception)
81.        {
82.            throw new Exception("There was an error updating the record!");
83.        }
84.    }
85.}

Now I need to update the service class.

01.public GolfTracker.BusinessObjects.Player GetById(Guid id)
02.{
03.    return PlayerRepository.GetById(id);
04.}
05. 
06.public Guid Insert(GolfTracker.BusinessObjects.Player model)
07.{
08.    return PlayerRepository.Insert(model);
09.}
10. 
11.public Guid Update(GolfTracker.BusinessObjects.Player model)
12.{
13.    return PlayerRepository.Update(model);
14.}

Once these are done, then interaction with the PlayerController will work without issues.

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Stay tuned.

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