On your web site you recommend use of either XML or the PropertyBag object for serialization when implementing CSLA, even though they offer slower performance compared to the LSet/UDT technique. Why is that?
I typically use the PropertyBag because it is reasonably fast and offers substantially simpler coding and better readability of code. XML offers the same advantages with somewhat lesser performance.
LSet is not a good strategic choice even though it offers the best performance. VB.NET doesn't support the LSet command or any equivalent mechanism. Neither does it support the PropertyBag, though that behavior can be easily replicated within .NET, while the LSet behavior can't be easily replaced.
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