Recently I was involved with enabling validation for a Windows Forms form containing several pages shown through a tree view. There were one user control defined for each page, therefore whenever a node in tree-view got activated, an instance of that user-control were shown. The user-controls did not have a common user-defined parent base-class or interface. The author of the existing code had defined a Save method in each control separately which performed updating data with values entered in the forms.

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Sina Iravanian

Movie music junkie, insomniac, daydreamer, procrastinator, hard-determinist, introvert, and a bit into software.

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Melbourne, Australia