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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, ...
Mar 16 '12 at 18:24
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