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Repository pattern vs DAO managing Entities

I am new to concepts like DAO, DAL and Domain Driven Design. In the end I want to decouple the persistence layer (mysql database) from my business objects and logic in a web application. I liked the ...
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For a concrete SQL Repository, should I encapsulate the SQL logic inside or outside the repository methods?

If I have a concrete repository based on SQL data access, should I pass in SQL to the repository methods or encapsulate them within the methods. I feel if I pass them in, then I am coupling my ...
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What is better repository design?

I have tables that I insert, delete and update, but I read from views. At times, I may read from the tables as well. What is a better generic interface for a Repository: public interface ...
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What should I call my repository methods? [closed]

In my database, I have 2 tables (ColorHeader and ColorDetail) and I have two views, one for each table (ColorHeaderView and ColorDetailView). I insert/update/delete into my tables and read from my ...
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How can I refactor this c# repository code? [closed]

I have a couple questions on how to create my repository classes. I will give an example of the type of data that I am working with. I am considering using Dapper or PetaPoco, but that shouldn't ...
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How granular should we get with repositories?

Is it better to have a repository per model (this could be a class that represents a table from the database) or should just have one big repository for all data access methods? I have done the ...
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Should I have separate units of work for each EF bounded context?

I have some EF bounded contexts like follows public class BoundedContext_1 : DbContext { IDbSet<A> As { get; set; } IDbSet<B> Bs { get; set; } } public class BoundedContext_2 : ...
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PHP - Repository matrix pattern?

I'm trying really hard to refactor some of my legacy code in the project using best practices and design patterns + DDD so I'd love some feedback on an issue I'm currently having. Let's assume that I ...
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Should back-end (services) and front-end be different projects? [closed]

As the title asks, is it a good idea to have separated projects (and repositories) for the back-end and the front-end of the application or website? It seems like a good idea, but then again I don't ...
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Consuming a rest API that exposes nested objects

I have a series of nested objects, exposed over a REST API, like so: class Categories { int id; string name; List<Subcategories> subcategories; } class Subcategories { ...
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Is it a good idea to require passwords in offline applications?

I am developing an application which can install extension modules (plugins, if you will) from APT-style repositories hosted elsewhere. The plugins need not be signed (although the downloads are ...
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Should I keep font assets in git repo?

Switched from svn to git, and I can feel that several repos with heavy assets feel, well, heavy. I never noticed this heaviness with svn. There is a huge difference when checking out whole history of ...
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Is it good to split big repository into smaller ones to have separate history/issue etc or keep it big?

We are currently porting our huge svn repo to git and we are thinking to export subdirectories of repository, each one containing source code of independent binaries, documentation or robot tests, ...
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Repository Pattern and custom queries/REST API. Is it the right approach?

I'm in the early stages of working on an application that is using the Repository Pattern to provide a data access abstraction. This application will have some form of a simple REST API but I'm not ...
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Repository strategy for multiple interconnected components with small differences

At my work we have multiple products.. productA, productB, ... these products reference multiple components. componentA, componentB.. there are also shared components sharedA, sharedB... etc.. which ...
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How to implement the repository pattern for an app that will change its database from sql to nosql on in couple of years?

I have been reading a lot about repository implementation. I am confused about which way to implement it for a project I am sure would change its data layer methods because of db migration from MS Sql ...
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Using multiple Git repositories instead of a single one containing many apps from different teams? [duplicate]

I am migrating a 10-years-old big CVS repository to Git. It seemed obvious to split this multiple-projects repository into several Git ones. But the decision-makers are used to CVS, therefore their ...
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Confused on how to properly employ a Repository Pattern with Service/Business Layer on top

I'm building a ASP.NET Web Api 2 solution for learning purposes, and I've hit a snag. I was wondering if anyone could tell me what exactly it is that I'm missing. My Web Api solution has 4 Layers: ...
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TDD with repository pattern

In my new project, I decided to try with TDD. And in very beginning I encountered a problem. First thing that I want to do in my application is to give ability to read data from data source. For this ...
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Can tags be used as bookmarks under semantic versioning?

Shameless plug: this question is for StackMode – a StackExchange client for GNU Emacs 24+. The product I'm working on, version-controlled with git, is a desktop application with an innately exposed ...
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How do you apply Single Responsibility principle to a repository

I am trying to apply "SOLID" whenever I can and try to use common sense and avoid a pattern when I see that a pattern is creating more problems than it's trying to solve. I don't want to apply a ...
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Is it ok to have special domain factory - or something similar - directly in DAL?

In DDD application, I know that Domain Factory should be the single point of Domain object creation (input from the UI, the results of queries from persistence) - but I'm facing a problem that for ...
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Why do people fork repositories on GitHub? [closed]

I noticed that a lot of GitHub accounts only have repositories which are forked from other accounts. In addition the people who do this usually don't make any contributions to the forked repositories. ...
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Correct way to inject dependencies in Business logic service?

Currently the structure of my application is as below Web App --> WCF Service (just a facade) --> Business Logic Services --> Repository -> Entity Framework Datacontext Now each of my Business logic ...
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Repository Pattern: Exposing Data Context to Underlying Layers

My team is in the process of updating a legacy project. We've decided to incorporate the Repository Pattern along with Entity Framework in our Data Access layer. Below is a high-level view of this ...
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Using an Apt Repository for Paid Software Updates

I'm trying to determine a way to distribute software updates for a hosted/on-site web application that may have weekly and/or monthly updates. I don't want the customers who use the on-site product to ...
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Is this a valid implementation of the repository pattern?

I've been reading up about the repository pattern, with a view to implementing it in my own application. Almost all examples I've found on the internet use some kind of existing framework rather than ...
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Generic Repositories with DI & Data Intensive Controllers

Usually, I consider a large number of parameters as an alarm bell that there may be a design problem somewhere. I am using a Generic Repository for an ASP.NET application and have a Controller with a ...
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How to organize repository branches? [closed]

I am trying to find a way to organize the branches in my repository in a sensible way. I would like the main branch to contain only "clean" commits: features that are (mostly) complete, no superfluous ...
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Effective Repository in C# - Where to put methods?

I'm trying to build a new application using the Repository pattern for the first time and I'm a little confused about using a Repository. Suppose I have the following classes: public class Ticket { ...
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Commercial Apps with an Open Source on github [closed]

I am going to be launching a small web service soon and was wondering if it's a good idea to upload the code to a public github repo. The code will not be licensed for commercial use but the public ...
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Should a domain object wrap/contain a DTO interface?

Using .NET - I have an interface IPerson. This interface is implemented by classes in multiple, separate repositories, e.g. EF6 (EfPerson), custom SQL (SqlPerson), or even custom assembly connecting ...
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Repository pattern implementation that knows nothing about the database table and column names

I've seen around the Internet and Github, implementations for the design pattern Repository that knows about database table and column names. I was think, if I want to work with the database as a ...
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To depend on source code or on binary?

We have two in-house projects, A and B, developed by different teams with B dependent on A. Since source code for both projects is stored in git, I've included project A as a submodule into project B ...
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Should unit test be in separated repository?

Should I put unit testing stuffs in a separate repository, not in the same repository as the programming library? So I reference the programming library as submodule. But most open source projects ...
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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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Storing editable site content?

We have a Django-based website for which we wanted to make some of the content (text, and business logic such as pricing plans) easily editable in-house, and so we decided to store it outside the ...
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To Repository Or Not To Repository

When I first learnt about Domain Driven Design, I was also introduced to the repository and unit of work patterns that once seemed to be top notch for the cool kids that threw SQL queries like ...
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How to organize repositories for a split library?

I have two libraries that implement a protocol: one provides tools for establishing a channel between two parts, and the other provides classes and tools for building and parsing the binary protocol ...
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CQRS with Repository pattern and Inversion of Control (with DI)

I assigned a POC project to someone where I asked to implement both Command Query Responsibility Segregation, Inversion of Control (with Dependency Injection) and Repository pattern. “Someone” gave ...
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What should a repository really do?

I've heard a lot of the repository pattern, but I quite didn't understand what a repository should really do. When I say "what a repository should really do" I'm mainly concerned about which methods ...
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How Add/Create* commands should be handled in CQRS + Event Sourcing architecture

I want to implement my first application using CQRS pattern along with Event Sourcing. I am wondering how creation of aggregate roots should be handled properly. Let's say someone sends CreateItem ...
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What is the difference between Repository Pattern and Facades Pattern?

I've always used the repository pattern in my applications. But I have seen that many people use facades instead of the repository for naming convention, but the operation is the same, I Think. Why is ...
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Does a repository belong in this project?

I have a project that gets all of its data from API calls. The server that hosts this API connects with it's own database (not even sure what DB it is, etc). More or less the idea of a repository is ...
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Would this be a correct way to use the Repository pattern in ASP .NET MVC application implementing Entity Framework?

This ASP .NET MVC application implements Entity Framework. I've declared the repositories in the DbContext like this: public class CompanyDbContext : DbContext { // constructor goes here ...
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Is using external repositories PCI-DSS compliant

We are considering using BitBucket rather than hosting our Git repositories internally. Does anyone know if this breaks any rules of PCI compliance? I haven't been able to find much information on ...
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Git Repository Setup

I am moving my companys source control from TFS to GIT. We have TFS currently defined as. Project Collection / / Client A / Product A / Product B / Product C / Client B / Product D / Product E / ...
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Should Repositories return IQueryable?

I have been seeing a lot of projects that have repositories that return instances of IQueryable. This allows additional filters and sorting can be performed on the IQueryable by other code, which ...
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Patterns for a tree of persistent data with multiple storage options?

I have a real-world problem which I'll try to abstract into an illustrative example. So imagine I have data objects in a tree, where parent objects can access children, and children can access ...
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When to use repository pattern

I have read recently that it is not good practice to use the repository pattern in conjunction with an ORM. From my understanding this is because the abstraction they provide over the SQL database is ...