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Chapter 15. Managing Data Display > Managing Data Persistence

Managing Data Persistence

As you undoubtedly know, the .NET Framework uses a disconnected data model. That means, of course, that updating the data and persisting the data are two different actions, and that means that you have several different opportunities to confuse your users.

Unless you're writing a system for use by computer professionals of one sort or another, you can be pretty sure that your users are not going to understand the Windows file model, or the difference between editing data in memory and persisting the changes to disk. Trust me on this: It's really not in your best interest to try to make them learn.


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