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Given this lack of behaviour, does a DDD approach make sense? Is the problem that you are trying to solve part of the core of the business? Do you derive a competitive advantage here? If it really is "just a query tool," then no. If maintaining the quality and integrity of the data isn't critical to success, then no. DDD is too expensive a hammer ...


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The domain model is exposing commands and queries that can be used by the application. So the application (more specifically, the "anti-corruption component") is responsible for taking the DTOs and re-expressing them in a form that the domain understands. If you are building your application from the domain model out, this is really straight forward: your ...



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