Lesson 29 - E-shop in ASP.NET Core MVC - Order List
The basic information about each order is stored in the
class structure. What we don't have here is the final price of the completed
order. Although this price can be calculated because we have both accounting
settings and product ids and their status (including price) at the time of
purchase, I would not consider storing the total price as an unnecessary data.
It's information that we're going to need repeatedly in various operations and
it's unnecessary to compute it over and over again.
So let's add a nullable property of the
decimal type called
FinalPrice to the
EOrder class. Of course, we need to
perform a migration to update the database.
Modifying the OrderManager
We'll assign the value to the new property at the time of completing the
order, ideally in the
CompleteOrder() method in
OrderManager. After adding the selected delivery method, we can
calculate the total price using the
GetOrderSummary() method and
save it to the current order.
... order.FinalPrice = GetOrderSummary().Price; ...
The upcoming edits will also be in the business layer.
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