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    object oriented forms

    I need to design about 20 forms for various business processes.
    We have to do this for about 10 countries and need some form of object prietnted approach because each country has different business rules and some different bits of data. However, there is also common data between some of these countries.

    For example, we have 5 bits of data, 4 are common to every country, 1 is specific for individual countries.
    eg common Name, Address, Telephone, Male/Female
    eg Bonus payment

    To avoid having to have 200 forms (20 forms x 10 countries), what is a good way to go about designing forms that can inherit from each other?

    It's more complicated than that but should we have a base form that all countries can inherit and then specific country forms or 1 form with a base and then country specific validation rules.

    It's a question of how do you manage all the code changes easily in an enterprise application without the code being too unwieldy?
    Last edited by qwertyjjj; 04-11-2013 at 04:26 PM.

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    anyone?
    any ideas on forms inheritance or other?

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    I think it's quite complicated to use different forms for individual country.


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