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comment Databases: Where should the application logic run?
Instead of putting logic into a database you can create (web) services which get called by the applications. If you database contains lots of code that could should also be in source control. For such maintainability reasons I don't like stored procedures at all.
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comment Is this “anti-pattern” and should I stop using it or is this clever design?
thx never heard of AngularJS. But I think for my current needs it is too much.
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comment Is this “anti-pattern” and should I stop using it or is this clever design?
What do you mean by "random JS"? In my case what you are describing above is a lot more complex what I have (a few input fields and a table (slickgrid) or jquery ui tabs). That is it. About 200 LOC per page.
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comment Is this “anti-pattern” and should I stop using it or is this clever design?
Can you specifically elaborate whats you think is bad? Context: This isn't a 10 Mio LOC beast which is business critical. It's more like < 5000 LOC and doesn't matter if it doesn't work for a couple of days. Yes, that doesn't been i should do crappy stuff, hence elaborte what you think is so bad.
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comment OOP Design: relationship between entity classes
I will look into this The composite pattern theoretically works. However I need to be able to query (know the exact path to structure)) any "Containable" a developer will create using the preexisting "Search class". I use querydsl and it does not work with composite pattern.
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comment OOP Design: relationship between entity classes
Well that is the question, how should the class diagramm look (which pattern to use) so I can achieve what I want.