Is UIP replaced by Composite Web and Page Flow Application Block in WCSF?

Topics: UIP Application Block discussion
Feb 2, 2007 at 11:15 AM
Which application block you recommend to use - UIP or the current Composite Web and Page Flow Application Block?
If I have application that uses UIP (User Interface Process) Application Block do you recommend it to be migrated to the current web application block?
What is the advantages of the current application block compared to UIP?

Thanks!
Feb 2, 2007 at 2:04 PM
Yes, I believe an aim of the WCSF is to supercede the UIP. Whether you migrate is a decision very specific to the needs of your system and/or project, but personally for any new projects I start I will assume the PFAB is appropriate, compared to before the arrival of the PFAB I would have assumed the UIP was.

Have a look at "Migrating from the User Interface Process Application Block" in the docs, plus this wiki entry...

Hope that helps

Simon
http://www.dotnetblogs.co.uk/
Feb 2, 2007 at 3:13 PM
I did not notice that section in the docs.. thanks for pointing it out...