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    C# and XML

    Hi.

    Would someone please tell me:

    what does "XML files to map persistent classes/objects in structural model to C# domain model" mean? what do I have to do, inorder to do this?

    Many many thanks in advance
    Zahra

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    Where are you seeing this? And what are you trying to accomplish?

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    Thank you for your response. There is a projetc requirment that has the following points. First the web site should be modeled using WebML and then it should include the following points:

    Database schema to store all the mapped persistent classes/objects.
    C# domain model (properties) (suitable for compilation to DLL)
    XML files to map persistent classes/objects in structural model to C# domain model

    I really dont undrestand what it means. What tool is the best to be used? I have thought of Visual Stadio from Microsoft, is that correct? What does the third point mean? There is no one to help. Your help is very appritiated.

    Zahra <Zara>

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    also, the project is development of a online banking web site and i have also provided some of the requirments that I have question about.

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    Hi Zahra,

    Have you found anything yet about that?

    Thanks!

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    Hi

    I still dont know how to do the things that i have listed. I have been told that I visual stadio does that.

    Thank you so much for asking.

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