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DetailFormViewElement without webservice?

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  1. Saad
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    23 Jan 2011
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    Hi,

    I am just wondering that if there is any way to link up my definitions (toolbars, MasterGridViewElement etc) with my class where I have written logic using Fluent API. 
    Actually I have created my own fields using DynamicData,but I cant find way to call these methods of mine from definition controls. Or is there any way to have my webservice doesnt need to implement ContentServiceBase so that I could have what I want?
  2. Pavel Iliev
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    Hello saadi,

    Can you give us more details regarding what you're trying to achive?

    Greetings,
    Pavel
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  3. Saad
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    Actually I am using definitions for the backend. I have done research over dynamic types and fields. I am assuming that I can make my own type (table) with custom fields etc. I just want to know is it necessary to have webservice only to define WebserviceBaseUrl property of DetailFormViewElement (that is, when using definitions). Cant I show data having class inheriting SimpleView along with deifnitions (MasterGrudVuewElement etc).
  4. Ivan Dimitrov
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    Hi Saad,

    DetailFormViewElement is used in the definitions, generally for backend views like Create, Edit. DetailFormViewElement is a configuration element.  If you do not set WebServiceBaseUrl then there would not be a code that will work with the object you are using in your module.

    Kind regards,
    Ivan Dimitrov
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