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comment DDD: Saving changes from UI to domain object
If executing that command needs information from other entities, your DDD model should allow you to execute the command on one object and that object has the other objects it needs to pull information from in its aggregate so it can call them.
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comment DDD: Saving changes from UI to domain object
Expose small interfaces with clear, well-defined responsibilities. Just because the design of the UI is sub-optimal doesn't mean your code should be. And having no control over it means that when the UI changes you want to avoid large, sweeping changes throughout the code you have control over.
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comment DDD: Saving changes from UI to domain object
What do you mean by 'application service', exactly?
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comment DDD: Saving changes from UI to domain object
If you have a person.changeHomeAddressTo(...insert home address object here...), that to me feels like a business operation that is also a concept in the code. Neither that, nor something like an audit trail for that matter, has anything to do with Event Sourcing.
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answered DDD: Saving changes from UI to domain object
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comment DDD: Saving changes from UI to domain object
For the love of Greg Young, don't go around doing Event Sourcing everywhere. This example by no means gives any indication for the need to do Event Sourcing. Event Sourcing and DDD are very different things.
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comment Image resolution in a RESTful interface
I don't understand your comment exactly. Are you saying that the first solution you proposed yourself is not actually a viable option? I see no problem with it myself.
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comment User-editable templates for reporting: alternatives to word?
There are plenty of tools out there that can turn HTML into PDF which might suit your needs, but that's more of a software recommendation which is off-topic for this site.
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comment Consuming REST services: client or server
If the frameworks' strengths match what your application needs mostly then I'd use it. And don't forget about things like logging, mail handling, user management... that you make a lot easier with a framework and that a lot of applications need to do anyway.
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