Sunday, April 28, 2013

Saving Silverlight Application's User Settings in DB

This blog post is on continuation to my yesterdays post on saving the user settings with Telerik's PersistenceManager. In last post we saw how can we save the user settings on local computer, using Isolated Storage. If you want to do just that please follow This Blog Entry If you need the user settings to be stored in DB, so the user can see them irrespective of the machines he use, this blog is for you. On a high level, following are the steps you need to take: 1. Decide a section of the XAML that you want to save for the current user 2. Create a stream for the UI element using Telerik PersistenceManager & save them in DB 3. Load the settings when the user logs in & navigates to the page for which the settings are saved. To demonstrate this, we will first create a small Database with one table

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