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Domain-driven design (DDD) is an approach to develop software for complex needs by connecting the implementation to an evolving model.

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Best practice or design patterns for retrieval of data for reporting and dashboards in a domain-rich application [duplicate]

First, I want to say this seems to be a neglected question/area, so if this question needs improvement, help me make this a great question that can benefit others! In my experience, there are two ...
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Best practice or design patterns for retrieval of data for reporting and dashboards in a domain-rich application

First, I want to say this seems to be a neglected question/area, so if this question needs improvement, help me make this a great question that can benefit others! I'm looking for advice and help from ...
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The user interface in a clean architecture with client / server model [closed]

I have been reading (and watching presentations) about subjects like: DDD, TDD, BDD, SOLID (principles), design patterns, clean code, clean architecture, agile project methodologies. All in all I ...
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How does one design his various architecture/business models?

I'm currently learning about various application design approaches and there's one thing I can't really get my head around. Let's say I have a physical device in my network, an IP surveillance ...
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How to avoid duplication of code related to shared entities in the repository pattern?

I'm building a repository for a large CRM schema that has a high number of relations between entities. Some of the entities are referenced by almost all entities, e.g. Person and Company. Where I ...
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Do RESTful APIs tend to encourage anemic domain models?

I'm working on a project in which we are trying to apply both domain-driven design and REST to a service-oriented architecture. We aren't worrying about 100% REST compliance; it would probably be ...
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DDD: Can immutable objects also be entities?

I've read countless posts on differences between Entities and Value objects and while I do think that at least conceptually I understand how the two differ, it appears that in some of these posts ...
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Breaking the “ubiquitous language” by having an IoC Container in Domain Model?

I am a bit new to DDD and bear with me if my understanding seems way off. My question is about Udi's solution to domain events, particularly the class DomainEvents (see code below) An excerpt from ...
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Is depending on lazy loading a code smell?

During my short experience with DDD I often find myself in the situation where I wished for some type of lazy loading mechanism to solve some dangerous cases where large nested data sets might be ...
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Choosing an ubiquitous language across different bounded contexts

If my domain has several Bounded Contexts, but only ONE team will work on all contexts, should I develop an Ubiquitous language for each context? or should I have only one and force to into all ...
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Why aren't Entities allowed to reference other entities inside an aggregate except the root?

I have read in several places this following rule concerning Aggregates: Entities in one aggregate can hold references to any other Aggregate Root, but never to an Entity or Value Object inside ...
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In DDD are Value Object always at the leaves of a relationship tree?

If I have a photo album where each Photo can be commented on, Should the Comments be Entities or Value Object in these cases: Comments can be added only anonymously (i.e. Comments have no relation ...
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Aggregate Boundary repository/service design

I am trying to apply DDD to the design of a Release Management system. Domain Entities Project: The project/product/system. ProjectEnvironment: The environments (Test, Staging, Prod) that exist ...
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How far should we rename code and data when end users nomenclatures change?

A long time ago we added a feature where our users could "Accept" an image after it was added to a workflow queue. Turns out, we used the wrong term, and users actually "Approve" the image. Changing ...
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taxonomy of software project resourcing models

I would like to understand the impact of different resourcing models for software projects. First, I would like to identify the different resourcing approaches that are used to resource software ...
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OOP, domain models, and the user

When developing domain models, I can see two major ways of thinking about the user: The first one assumes that a program is a kind of "simulation" of what happens in the real world, and the user is ...
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Modeling an extensible Domain Driven Design project

Say that we are developing an application with modules (Sales, Accounting, Purchasing, etc). An example case here is : Sales module is the basic / primary module available, and Accounting module is ...
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DDD Proper aggregates division and getting rid of too many references

I am designing an application, which will aid designing electric installations. I went for Domain Driven Design, as the topic is complex and the application will be growing with gained knowledge. ...
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DDD, creating an aggreagate from outside the application service layer

I have a service(webservice) that is used to access to the domain logic. One of the methods of the webservice is createFoo, where Foo is my aggregate. So the class that implements the webservice's ...
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Ensuring transactional consistency with DDD

I am starting out with DDD and understand that aggregate roots are used to ensure transnational consistency. We should not modify multiple aggregates in one application service. I would like to know ...
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Entity framework and Eager loading and enterprise application with DDD aproach

We are trying to create an ASP.NET MVC 4 application using entity framework with domain driven development style pattern approach. As you can see in our part of domain layer, we have a complex design. ...
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How to model an address type in DDD?

I have an User entity that has a Set of Address where Address is a value object: class User{ ... private Set<Address> addresses; ... public setAddresses(Set<Address> ...
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Where do we put “asking the world” code when we separate computation from side effects?

According to Command-Query Separation principle, as well as Thinking in Data and DDD with Clojure presentations one should separate side effects (modifying the world) from computations and decisions, ...
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Repository query conditions, dependencies and DRY

To keep it simple, let's suppose an application which has Accounts and Users. Each account may have any number of users. There's also 3 consumers of UserRepository: An admin interface which may list ...
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How do you formulate the Domain Model in Domain Driven Design properly (Bounded Contexts, Domains)?

Say you have a few applications which deal with a few different Core Domains. The examples are made up and it's hard to put a real example with meaningful data together (concisely). In Domain Driven ...
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Architecting multi-model multi-DB ASP.NET MVC solution

I have an ASP.NET MVC 4 solution that I'm putting together, leveraging IoC and the repository pattern using Entity Framework 5. I have a new requirement to be able to pull data from a second database ...
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Rich Domain Models — how, exactly, does behavior fit in?

In the debate of Rich vs. Anemic domain models, the internet is full of philosophical advice but short on authoritative examples. The objective of this question is to find definitive guidelines and ...
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DDD Bounded Contexts & Domains?

I've been working in a relatively complex application with 10's of database tables (Aggregates, Entities/Value Objects) and applying DDD. At this point it appears to be basically DDD-Lite meaning that ...
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Applying DDD principles in a RESTish web service

I am developing an RESTish web service. I think I got the idea of the difference between aggregation and composition. Aggregation does not enforce lifecycle/scope on the objects it references. ...
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Am I barking up the wrong tree with Scala? [closed]

Having some spare time, I've decided to learn a new programming language while developing - for fun, will never see the light of day - an insurance administration web application (insurance is the ...
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Can all business logic be decomposed as a (declarative) state diagram on simple crud operations and conditionals?

This seems an extreme question probably but I'm wondering anyhow: Can all business logic be decomposed as a (declarative) state diagram on simple crud operations and conditionals? Already a lot of ...
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DDD/SOA Using .NET Message pattern(s) / Request Response with File Saving [closed]

I've done some research on this but I can't find more specific examples to help me with this. I'm new to SOA/Patterns in general please take it easy... :) Can you display an example of using the ...
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MVVM application architecture, where to put dependency injection configuration class, BusinessLayer and Common interfaces?

Planning my architecture for an MVVM application I come to this: MyApp.UI View MyApp.BusinessLayer ViewModel MyApp.DataAccessLayer RepositoryImplEF MyApp.DomainLayer DomainObject ...
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Auto - incremental ID in Domain Object

I read a lot about auto-incremental id (guid, interlocked.increment, ObjectIdGenerator...) but don't find nothing for my situation. In my domain model user ask to have an automatic progressive ...
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How to use BDD to unit test a compiler?

My team is writing a compiler for a domain-specific language (DSL) which will be integrated into an IDE. Right now, we are focused on the analysis phase of the compiler. We are not using any existing ...
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Refactoring jQuery spaghetti code to use DDD [closed]

Most of my client side code ends up as a long script in one file the mostly looks like this: <script> function someFunction1(){/*...*/} function someFunction2(){/*...*/} ... var ...
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Where to validate domain model rules that depend on database content?

I'm working on a system that allows Administrators to define Forms that contain Fields. The defined Forms are then used to enter data to the system. Sometimes the Forms are filled by a human via a ...
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Encapsulation in Domain Driven Design models?

I am using EF Code First and I had a model like below. public class Account { [Required] public string AccountNo { get; set; } [Required] public decimal Balance { get; set; } } I ...
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Which layer does async code belong?

I am developing an application that consumes data from an external service. The application is being implemented following a typical layered architecture with UI, Presentation, Domain and Data ...
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Need help understanding UML diagram

I'm focusing on trying to understand UML diagrams and learning to interpret them in order to implement the designs they describe. In the following diagram, I am not clear on what the implementation ...
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Determining the aggregates in this domain

I'm working on an ordering system where we receive tab delimited files that look like this (I removed most of the columns for clarity): OrderId OrderLineId BuyerName BuyerAdress ...
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Should we mock entities and value objects when doing DDD?

After reading a few articles about Newable vs Injectable objects and how these concepts relate to DDD's services, entities and value objects, I was left with some doubts about using newables in my ...
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Should the search engine return a dictionary or strongly typed objects?

I'm building a search engine using Lucene.NET / Solr.NET, and I'm wondering should search hits be returned as a dictionary or strongly typed object. public class SearchResult { public string ...
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Refactoring the shipping application code to use DDD factories

I was trying to find examples for using DDD factories and I came across the shipping application from Eric Evans' book. However when I checked the BookingService the code to create a Cargo had this ...
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Complex fetching of Domain Objects

Usually whenever I want to fetch an aggregate root by ID I just use some type of Repository::findByID(...) function Whenever I started with DDD I thought factories where just a pattern to build new ...
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NHibernate and complex domain model against a legacy database

I'm trying to refactor (actually, rewrite) an application which currently uses only stored procedures to access the database (hundreds of SPs). My goal is to use Nhibernate and follow a good design as ...
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Combining Single Page Application and DDD with a REST API

I'm creating a web application which on the client side consists of a Single Page Application (with Durandal) and on the server side an ASP.NET MVC site with a Domain Driven Design. The two are ...
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Vernon's book Implementing DDD and modeling of underlying concepts

Following questions all refer to examples presented in Implementing DDD In article we can see from Figure 6 that both BankingAccount and PayeeAccount represent the same underlying concept of ...
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How far to go with Domain Driven Design?

I've read a little about domain driven design and the usage of a rich domain model, as described by Martin Fowler, and I've decided to put it in practice in a personal project, instead of using ...
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Ubiquitous Language and Custom types

Note that my question is referring to those attributes that even on their own already represent a concept ( ie on their own provide a cohesive meaning ). Thus such attribute needs no additional ...