ObjectDataSource and GridView

I'm working on the infrastructure for a new web site. Lots of data layer so I can test. But I don't want to spend loads of time with the UI for insert/update/delete from an admin standpoint. Sure the UI for customers will get plenty of time but my own interface can be functional but not pretty. I already have robust classes for the data layer. Do I build my own pages with calls to the data layer in the code behind? I want to remove as much testable code from the UI (aspx and aspx.cs) as possible. So I'm going to try to use the GridView with a DataSourceObject. Make the GridView and ObjectDataSource do most of the work since they are far more tested than any UI code I could write.

That's my logic anyway.



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