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On Sep 2, 2011, at 11:04 AM, Pascal Robert wrote:
You might step into a bit of best practices in ERRest - once the basics are setup, it's not clear how people choose to handle certain things.
- Returning codes and handling errors
- Adding security checks and client certificates
- Returning deep data - when to or not to export relationship data
- Complex updates using relationship keys
Just a thought since it has become such an important part of many projects.
I still struggle without being able to commit and rollback whole transactions -- I end up creating one object to get a key, then connecting the key to the next object and create its key…I still wonder if this is the best I can do there.
So, those are my suggestions for a new video or tutorial because the basics are well done on the prior videos for sure!
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