Create, Read, Update, Delete. Fundamental operations on data stores.

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Is it possible for business logic not to creep into the view?

I've developed for several web application projects for the last 3 years, both personal and at work, and I can't seem to figure out whether it's possible for at least some business logic not ending up ...
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Difference between REST and CRUD

I learned REST and it feels a lot like CRUD (from what I have read about CRUD). I know they are different, and I wonder if thinking they are similar means I don't understand them. Is it that REST is ...
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URL and Controller structure for parent-child-relationship

I use an MVC web framework to create an application which contains a hierarchy: Location <1-N> Devices <N-M> Services I have a number of Locations. Each Locations can have several ...
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How to design modular “screen configurator” for database application

I am currently working with a product that is effectively a glorified CRUD application. (It is a C# .NET 4.0 desktop application backed by an Oracle 11gR2 database.) The client program presents a list ...
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How to handle when one user deletes the object while the other has it opened in edit mode in a webapp?

I am developing a CRUD type web application. It is a project management system having projects, milestones, tasks, employees etc. Each employee has his/her own account to login and view the system. ...
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Syncing client and server CRUD operations using json and php

I'm working on some code to sync the state of models between client (being a javascript application) and server. Often I end up writing redundant code to track the client and server objects so I can ...
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Are there examples of non CRUD approaches?

I'm a programmer but also have worked as an archivist. As archivist it's a lot about keeping data. I often get into arguments with colleagues when it comes to operations on data. I don't like the U ...
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GIS-based data visualization and maintenance tool

Background Looking to leverage an existing GIS system for exploring organizational data. Architecture The following figure represents a high-level overview of the system's desired features: The ...
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What are the pros and cons of implementing this requirement in different layers?

I have a CRUD app for <DomainObject>s. They are persisted in a database. There is a new requirement: keep track of the <DomainObject>s that have been created since the app was opened, ...
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Is discoverability for developers a problem when using SOLID principles?

I do line of business apps where the all the other developers are used to doing basic CRUD apps or are focused solely on making pretty/functional interfaces and I am getting the following a lot. ...