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Apr
23
comment DAO Design with Child Objects
isn't spouse a person too?
Apr
12
comment Good Version Control Guidelines from a Development/Collaboration Perspective?
tell them to read the Commandments scottonwriting.net/sowblog/archive/2008/11/13/163320.aspx
Mar
30
comment Which .NET REST approach/technology/tool should I use?
I would highly recommend using servicestack
Mar
8
comment How to implement two different web services running the same business logic?
So are you suggesting the 2nd approach?
Mar
6
comment Should I Use an ORM only when dealing with Data Model objects?
@AakashM no, its more like if I want to get ALL product costs, but just the costs, so you can use an NHibernate projection with select, HQL etc. instead - we called the DAL with ADO.NET with a simple select statement.
Mar
6
comment Should I Use an ORM only when dealing with Data Model objects?
I think its for simplicity reasons... anyway, this is why I asked the question, I thought maybe this is some sort of Best Practice that I don't know about.
Mar
6
comment Should I Use an ORM only when dealing with Data Model objects?
The reason is just to make the distinction... "ORM Tool should deal with objects"
Mar
3
comment Should a method's parameter list contain objects or object identifiers?
+1 that's a very good answer!
Mar
3
comment Should a method's parameter list contain objects or object identifiers?
So the second approach is preffered? even if there is a club object with just the id property filled?
Mar
3
comment Should a method's parameter list contain objects or object identifiers?
@CodesInChaos the methods are BL methods actually
Mar
3
comment Should a method's parameter list contain objects or object identifiers?
@James - sorry I wrote this question kinda fast, can you tell me what is not understood so I can edit it?
Jan
25
comment Implementing the command pattern in a RESTful API
@EvanPlaice Ok I understand, thanks. I think it's confusing here because Deposit could be thought of as a noun and as a verb...
Jan
25
comment Implementing the command pattern in a RESTful API
@GaryRowe about the edit, what you are describing isn't a deposit, I think names are important here in order to distinguish different actions... Is it the same if I call it something like CancelledDeposit?
Jan
24
comment Implementing the command pattern in a RESTful API
@GaryRowe Your answer was very informative, but can you please suggest an alternative?
Jan
24
comment Implementing the command pattern in a RESTful API
@GaryRowe So it's still a resource no? this view of interactions of the user, I can hide the creation but I need to expose retrieving no?
Jan
24
comment Implementing the command pattern in a RESTful API
@EvanPlaice Why can't I just undo the action?
Jan
24
comment Implementing the command pattern in a RESTful API
So, if I change, in my questions, instead of Delete /action/... to Delete /deposit/... is it ok?
Jan
24
comment Implementing the command pattern in a RESTful API
@EvanPlaice care to elaborate on that? that's exactly the question.
Jan
23
comment Implementing the command pattern in a RESTful API
I'm confused... content I've read and existing implementation I'm familiar with(ServiceStack, ASP.NET Web API), all suggests that POST has a place in REST.
Jan
23
comment Implementing the command pattern in a RESTful API
From What I know, POST is not idempotent.en.wikipedia.org/wiki/POST_(HTTP)#Affecting_server_state