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Inject dependency as method parameter instead of constructor parameter
I'm using an ORM which doesn't allow me to inject dependencies in the constructor. Let's say I'm using DDD for the business logic, and the MVC pattern for the UI. Now one of my domain objects needs ...
Sep 2 '11 at 21:43
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