KREDOR Business Object Framework Documentation

BusinessObject.Save Method

Saves the object to the database.

Overload List

Saves the object to the database.

public virtual void Save();

Saves recursively the object and its contained objects to the database. WARNING: Do not use this method unless you know what you are doing!

public virtual void Save(Int32);


This sample code creates an object of type Account and saves it to the database.

Account account;
account = new Account("Ebay", AccountType.Business);

See Also

BusinessObject Class | Kredor.BO Namespace