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Oct
20
revised Domain Model, validation, and pushing errors to the model
I just woke up and realized that there is no identity involved in the example below and as such, it is not an aggregate but a service.
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answered Domain Model, validation, and pushing errors to the model
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answered Should an ASP.NET MVC application directly use Entity Framework as the model?
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comment Ignoring the generic part of a type while an object is being passed
Well, I don't think using dynamic is wrong per se, but it is not suitable to use in a message because the message can potentially be handled by many handlers and you will loose type checking at as many places. In the solution posted above, you will be using dynamic at one place (you should implement a message "bus" that takes care of resolving and executing handlers). That way, you hide the use of dynamic from the message API and makes life happier for everyone :)
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revised Ignoring the generic part of a type while an object is being passed
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answered Ignoring the generic part of a type while an object is being passed
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revised Is this a valid implementation of the repository pattern?
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answered Is this a valid implementation of the repository pattern?
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