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Dec
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comment DDD with ORM where should the business logic go?
@Falcon: Yes, I was thinking along the lines of DTOs being my MDA objects, not that I will go that way. Just getting a grip of what each part of the DDD players d0. Thanks once again.
Dec
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accepted DDD with ORM where should the business logic go?
Dec
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comment DDD with ORM where should the business logic go?
@Falcon: Thanks for the info. When I mentioned the anemic model what I meant was if I create a domain using DDD, one version of my repositories would possibly be the mda version where I would be just moving my entities to the mda entities (i.e. anemic model) and then persisting them in transactions etc. Would this be okay? I doubt I will use the MDA tool but just trying to understand how I could if I wanted. Does this sound right?
Dec
11
comment DDD with ORM where should the business logic go?
Hi, I am using ECO (enterprise core objects) from capableobjects.com and it is exactly as you described it.
Dec
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asked DDD with ORM where should the business logic go?
Dec
11
comment Should I use an aggregate root when designing my repository?
Thanks so much.
Dec
10
comment Should I use an aggregate root when designing my repository?
you mentioned a second aggregate, is this possible? Are you saying we have master as a root aggregate and also slave in the same model?
Dec
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accepted Should I use an aggregate root when designing my repository?
Dec
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comment Should I use an aggregate root when designing my repository?
Thank you so very much for all the information. I will try to get hold of Eric's book to understand more.
Dec
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asked Should I use an aggregate root when designing my repository?
Dec
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accepted Moving legacy application to a testable framework?
Dec
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comment Moving legacy application to a testable framework?
Thanks for the link and I really appreciate your advice on setting up acceptance level tests.
Dec
9
comment Moving legacy application to a testable framework?
Thank you for your information. I was a bit panicky at the start as this a very big project but from what you have described, I feel like I am going the right way.
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asked Moving legacy application to a testable framework?
Sep
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Sep
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accepted Would scala be a good choice instead of Java?
Sep
21
comment Would scala be a good choice instead of Java?
Thanks Mike. I think the code reuse path would at least show to management that a complete re-write is not necessary with the Scala/Clojure option. I do not want us to end up like Netscape :). Back to building a library, could I just not use it in .net and java without web services?
Sep
21
comment Would scala be a good choice instead of Java?
As for code reuse, if I used Clojure or Scala from day one or even as you said in a mixed strategy, could I reuse Clojure/Scala code in both .net and Java? I am wondering if this is a good selling point to management. This way we could still get a product out (the old product with new features) and also be on the road to re-writing existing code in Java with code reuse of the clojure/scala modules. Am I correct in my thinking here or does this open up other problems?