|Binding child objects with default model binder issues||Richard Andrews||7/25/12 5:14 AM|
We are having an issue with Nancy's default model binder. Given the below...
with elements like...
With the default model binder used like so..
This correctly binds Foo.Name but fails to bind Foo.Bar.Name
Is there a way to enable this kind of binding with the default binder or do we need to roll our own? If so are there any good examples?
|Re: [nancy-dev] Binding child objects with default model binder issues||João Bragança||7/25/12 11:05 AM|
I ran into a similar issue. The default model binder assumes a 'flat'
class with public setters. You're gonna have to roll your own. That
being said it's pretty straightfoward
|Re: [nancy-dev] Binding child objects with default model binder issues||Andreas Håkansson||7/25/12 1:17 PM|
Guys... if this is something that more and more people are bumping their heads against then perhaps we should update (pull request?) the default one to support child types?
|Re: [nancy-dev] Binding child objects with default model binder issues||Sunny||7/26/12 6:37 AM|
Strictly speaking, there should be a DTO to represent the outside
communications - i.e. flat structure with all properties, which Nancy
supports. Then, if your internal object model is more complicated, use
Automapper or manual map.
It's always a bad idea to expose your internal domain structures to
the wide world.
Svetoslav Milenov (Sunny)
Artificial Intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.