Hi!

> 1. Yes, I think I do use "Hollywood principle". The children do not call
> Parent.

I think you have it the wrong way around. The dependants should call
the parent to ask status. Otherwise you have the parents running all
around trying to find all the dependants. It's easier for the
dependants to know what they depend on instead of parents like
shepards ...



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Martin

> So, I do not call Form method from the other Form (through Parent hierarchy)
> 2. I also do not have references to the Parent (Page, Panel) inside the
> Form.
> 3. I try to synchronize forms through Models.
>
> 4. I just have no Idea how to create proper chained models using
> composition. I mean - include one model into several others.
>
> Sorry, if I misunderstood your reply about "Hollywood principle".
>
> Thanks again.
> Andrei.
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