Implementing a Generic Data Transfer Object in C#
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by Joydip Kanjilal
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In this article I have illustrated how we can implement a generic Data Transfer Object in C#. Usage of a Data Transfer Object in lieu of instances of DataSet, DataTable, Custom Business, etc. would facilitate loose coupling and flexibility in your designs. We can change the type of the data container seamlessly as and when it is needed without having to change much of the application's code.


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