I'm working on a new common .NET software design (mainly) for WCF-based web service applications with related client frontends (all written in C#). As far I've chosen some frameworks ...
I have an ASP.NET MVC web site working in this way: (In the controller) var user = _applicationService.GetUserById(1); user.ChangeEmail("email@example.com"); user.ChangeAddress("my new street", ...
I am debating this with myself. Does NHibernate's ISession offer a proper and correct unit of work if used without a transaction? In absence of a transaction, every SQL command would be wrapped by the ...