Sams Teach Yourself ASP.NET in 21 Days, Second Edition By Chris Payne
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Week 3. In Review
When you left your banking application last time (see "Week 2 in Review"), you had just added the database functionality. Users could now log in and have their credentials validated against the database, they could view their account information, and they could even pay bills online. As you might recall, there was a lot of code in the ASP.NET pages you built.
This time, you're going to move much of the functionality into business objects, and you've already done much of the hard work! This will decrease the sizes of your ASP.NET pages tremendously by reducing the amount of duplicated code, and making it easier for you to make changes later on.
You're also going to build a Web Service that allows retailers to post transactions to your application remotely for example, when a customer makes ATM or debit purchases.