Another warning about naming conflicts within the Sage SalesLogix entity model

In a recent post I wrote about being careful about what names you give your Entities to prevent them from conflicting with other assemblies or classes that are used by the SalesLogix Web application.  On a similar note, I thought I should share another potential conflict that occurred recently.  We had a client you had a field in an existing table called EntityType.  This became a problem once we tried to create a QuickForm using this field within an entity.  The problem is that the QuickForm auto-generates a method called EntityType when the form is created.  If your page also has a bound field to a property called “EntityType” you will receive an error like “The type ‘ASP.QuickFormName’ already contains a definition for ‘EntityType’”.

Again, keep in mind potential naming conflicts and be prepared to adjust your entity model, as needed.  In my case I simply added an underscore to the entity property to change it from “EntityType” to “Entity_Type”.  You would also have to change any controls named EntityType that are on QuickForms.


Kris Halsrud

Kris Halsrud is a Senior Analyst / Developer for Customer FX Corporation.

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