Specifies how to work with the static SecuritySystem class's properties to access the user name, user ID or the entire user object. It also shows how to grant access only to objects the current user owns.
Describes how to replace the "User Name" editor displayed in the logon dialog with two Lookup Property Editors: the first one for choosing a company, the second one for choosing an employee from this company.
Describes how to set up your XAF application to work with existing databases by generating a business model declaration for the specified legacy database and mapping existing tables to persistent objects.
Suggests ways to customize ASP.NET templates that are embedded in DevExpress.ExpressApp.Web. Usually, they cannot be modified, but you can include template content source files in your application project, change this content and use it instead.
Gives step-by-step instructions on using the XPO Data Model Designer in XAF applications. The topic covers creating a simple business model of two objects linked with a one-to-many relationship and adding XAF-specific attributes in code.