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  • User-1474503648 posted

    Hi guys,

    I have a relatively complicated ASP.Net web forms website that is based on a typical 3-tier architecture (DAL, BLL, UI).

    The separation of layers is pretty good but the site has evolved to the point that version control and testing is becoming a bit hard to manage between tiers.

    I am thinking about separating the tiers into their own projects and cross referencing libraries between projects as required.

    This will make testing easier and more transparent and other projects that need to use the same DAL or BLL objects can reference the relevant libraries rather than having to have duplicated code etc.

    I am looking for any recommendations for books or websites that go through this topic in detail; things like design considerations, version control and testing strategy for this approach etc.

    We use ASP.Net 4.0, VS2010 and TFS2010 so anything with a webforms/Microsoft bent would be ideal.

    Thanks in advance.


    Wednesday, January 9, 2013 11:09 PM