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awarded  Curious
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comment Rich object model in the context of a good REST API and of an existing rich object model on the server-side
What are the benefits and drawbacks?
Apr
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comment Rich object model in the context of a good REST API and of an existing rich object model on the server-side
Thanks Robert. I'm actually asking about client side rich object model. I'm assuming a rich object model on the server side.
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asked Rich object model in the context of a good REST API and of an existing rich object model on the server-side
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment When is a version control commit too large?
Not constructive????? I just learned a ton here! Mods, please stop your draconian question closing!
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awarded  Notable Question
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answered What can REST API do that a API using HTTP URL query strings cannot do?
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comment Best practice or design patterns for retrieval of data for reporting and dashboards in a domain-rich application
The data sets are enormous and the aggregations require a lot of calculations. Doing this on the fly at every time a change is made to the domain is not an option. It would be impossibly taxing on resources. The reports look at the data from a lot of different angles. Maybe I could split it between basic database queries and queries that have a lot of BL, and just preaggregate those that have a lot of BL. Seems strange no one really has an answer for this common scenario.
Jan
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comment Best practice or design patterns for retrieval of data for reporting and dashboards in a domain-rich application
Not sure how this relates to my question or how it got 3 votes so fast. Also did you mean to include a link here?
Jan
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comment Best practice or design patterns for retrieval of data for reporting and dashboards in a domain-rich application
@JanDoggen That's exactly my point. The BI tool will HAVE to have BL logic in it. Now I'm duplicating the BL that is in the rich domain of my software product. Is that OK?
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comment Best practice or design patterns for retrieval of data for reporting and dashboards in a domain-rich application
I'm confused. Has no one done this? No one faces this issue?
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment Best practice or design patterns for retrieval of data for reporting and dashboards in a domain-rich application
They don't modify the domain...so then all ETL processes and data transformations to create the data for the data warehouse have to go through your domain? Otherwise your BL is duplicated in all the logic of your ETL processes.