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Is there an industry standard for systems registered user permissions in terms of database model?

I developed many applications with registered user access for my enterprise clients. In many years I have changed my way of doing it, specially because I used many programming languages and database ...
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The difference between waterfall model and object oriented model? [closed]

Please explain the difference between the waterfall model and the object oriented model. Since the books and web sites that I've seen didn't provide much information about it, I need someone to ...
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Is it 'safe' to expect myClasses to agree not to only call package Scope methods from other Package scope methods?

The questions says it all, but a quick overview of the situation. I'm creating a Model which contains classes (all inherriting myObject) which have a large amount of interconnection. I want the ...
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How to create view models - Constructor, Factory Method, …?

I'm trying to lead a charge for re factoring our rather bloated controllers. We currently have a BaseModel from which all our other models inherit. The BaseModel contains things common to all pages, ...
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How should I architect my Model and Data Access layer objects in my website?

I've been tasked with designing Data layer for a website at work, and I am very interested in architecture of code for the best flexibility, maintainability and readability. I am generally acutely ...
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Achieving decoupling in Model classes

I am trying to test-drive (or at least write unit tests) my Model classes but I noticed that my classes end up being too coupled. Since I can't break this coupling, writing unit tests is becoming ...
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MVC two models required?

I've been doing software for a long time, but almost all of it has been back-end centric. I recently decided to learn Swing and tried to apply MVC principles. I realize that in Swing the View is ...
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Are factors such as Intellisense support and strong typing enough to justify the use of an 'Anaemic Domain Model'?

It's easy to accept that objects should be used in all layers except a layer nominated as a data layer. However, it's just as easy to end-up with an 'anaemic domain model' that is just an object ...
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Convention on model names in ruby on rails

I was doing my ER diagram for a rails application I'm about to begin with and there I have an entity called Class News so I'd have a model ClassNew but I don't know if I will have problems in the ...
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Design suggestions needed to create a MathBuilder framework

Let explain what I'm trying to create. I'm creating a framework, the idea is to provide base classes to generate a math problem. Why do I need this framework? Because at first time, I realized when I ...
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Parameterized Django models

In principle, a single Django application can be reused in two or more projects, providing functionality relevent to both. That implies that the same database structure (tables and relations) will be ...
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Developing the Domain Model alone

In DDD examples it seems the common method for developing the domain model is to sit with domain experts and iterate over versions of the model, say on a whiteboard, continually modifying it and ...
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Separating model from UI

I have a Swing application with a custom TreeModel that can refer to domain instances. I'm wondering what changes I could make if I consider moving to a web interface later on. Would a pluggable model ...
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Advantages of using business logic in model

In an MVC framework i have often heard that use business logic in a model. But i think using the business logic in controller would run faster as view is directly connected to controller. I want to ...
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Which one of these implementations is more appropriate for my REST api?

Background So I have a REST API that allows for client applications to access and manipulate users' data. I'm in the process of writing an Objective-C class for simple utilization of this REST API, ...
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How can I design a model layer without ORM, and when should I use it?

I'm a PHP developer who started with CodeIgniter. In it, designing models was easy: it seemed like each method defined in models was the equivalent of static methods in a normal, objected-oriented ...
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Are Session implicit objects examples of Models in MVC?

I have read that the Model is responsible for maintaining state among HTTP requests, for example in this article: The Model is responsible for maintaining state between HTTP requests. ...
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Drawing the line between models & libraries?

As my webapps increase in size, so does the complexity. In order to keep my classes & files structured and easy-to-access, I am starting to get more and more confused: I have some very clearly ...
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Model Design: Which layers should access resources?

I am implementing a model design where DB tables are 'resources', and a model can use many 'resources'. When I return a row from a table, it is represented by an 'item'. (This came from a book by ...
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how to create a data model for the following problem

How to tackle 2-D and 3-D space in data ? lets say you are working on a power grid problem. You need to represent Towers; transmission lines; transformers and every thing else in a 2-D space. How ...