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It still belongs in a model, just not a view model. Since MVC assumes you are working in the UI they omit a "V"... View-Model View Controller, VMVC does not have the same ring to it. If your application is trivial, your view model and business model can be the same thing, and that's okay. But it sounds like you application is past that point. public class ...



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