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Re: Beginner DDD Question: Enum Hi! The domain model layer encapsulates the domain logic (business rules, concepts from the ubiquitous language etc). It should be stripped down from technical
Beginner DDD Question: Enum Should enums be stored in the domain model layer?
Re: Beginners DDD question, getting data in domain class Hi Nick, I see this like you are having a departments repository, A user repository and a getuserdepartments service that does the job, then each department
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Re: Beginners DDD question, getting data in domain class The answer simply is EF is not a DDD construction set. That is, EF is a tool that lets you express an implementation but it is not a DDD solution. DDD is more
Beginners DDD question, getting data in domain class I posted this on StackOverflow too, but I thought I might get better answers here. I think I've read 16,154 questions, blog posts, tweets, etc about DDD and
Re: How to convince my team to do DDD? Invite someone with experience to show to the team a case study, something in the same field and something that is hardly achievable with current architecture
Re: How to convince my team to do DDD? Hi Atle, I just read your message from a couple of months ago and I wondered if your team is working with DDD? I'm also trying to convince my team members to
Re: Parent/Children AggregateRoot problem I have same problem, any advice?
Re: Can an Entity be Shared across many Aggregates? Thanks everyone. This makes sense. It seems the Account entity needs to be modeled as an aggregate with identity links. Though now I am confused about the
Relationships between entities Dear all, I am creating a check out process, one step of which involves configuring a product. I am currently tackling how best to structure this on my domain
Re: Can an Entity be Shared across many Aggregates? Adding to Dave, Those problems can be unambiguously solved by answering two questions: 1. Does the element have a life-cycle of its own 2. Is element's use
Re: Can an Entity be Shared across many Aggregates? I think the example you give of tire and wheel with truck and Car is a different situation to the one you have with account. In the Truck and Car example it
Re: Can an Entity be Shared across many Aggregates? ... example was extended to have two aggregates, Car and Truck would it be acceptable to use Tire and Wheel again with Truck? ... it's life-cycle, but it's
Re: Can an Entity be Shared across many Aggregates? No. The reason why is the aggregate maintains invariants, how would one aggregate notify the other on change of an entity... If it didn't then you could
Can an Entity be Shared across many Aggregates? Can an entity be shared across many aggregates? In the Blue Book (Evans), in chap 6 on aggregates there is an example of entities Tire and Wheel being used in
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Re: Application Services and Framework Annotations Hi Marcin, I also agree that transaction management should be handled in Application Services, but in a framework agnostic way (if possible). This depends of
Re: Aw: [domaindrivendesign] Newbie creating a domain for a game Hi!, actually im done my Master thesis about appling DSL and DDD in some simple game scenarios. You can contact me if you need some tips to advance in your
Aw: [domaindrivendesign] Newbie creating a domain for a game Hi there I suggest reading the following book for this kind of topic:
Newbie creating a domain for a game Hi Folks. Tinkered with DDD for awhile now but having an issue with the following for a game management system I'm working on. What I'm trying to accomplish
Re: Integration at user interface level or not? Integration should be done according to the nature of functionalities, best described (other terminologies exist) by the MVC pattern: View: transient objects,
Aw: [domaindrivendesign] RE: Integration at user interface level or Hi Mizra Yes, UI integration is a bad thing. In my example, there are in fact two different deployment units/applications, each of them providing or consuming
[OFF TOPIC] WIndsor Castle problems. Help if possible. Rope-a-Dope Hi guys... I really need help with this as soon as possible. Big project. Windsor Container Typed Factory stopped working this afternoon. Almost 11pm still in
Re: Integration at user interface level or not? Hi Mirko, IMHO integration at UI is no way to go. Don't let presentation layer or UI technology dictates how lower layers are designed (and leak in lower
Integration at user interface level or not? Hi@all I'd like to discuss the following scenario, probably we can get to something that can be considered as a "good or best practice". We have two bounded
Re: Collaboration using Event Sourcing I would suggest you solve the synchronization issues in the business domain (not the database). That way you can e.g. have 2 updates on the same row at the
Re: Collaboration using Event Sourcing ... Buzz word misuse detected! Each database is of course consistent on its own (anyone not using foreign keys and other constraints should receive physical
Re: Collaboration using Event Sourcing Many possible solutions are available, a quick google on postgresql (maybe the best open source database) synchronization gave this:
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Re: Collaboration using Event Sourcing Hi Tom, Yes, the domain implementation would need to ride with the client which would need some sort of local persistence. I hear you on not reinventing the
Re: Application Services and Framework Annotations IMO Application Services are framework dependent, since they handle issues like transaction management, authorization and so on.
Re: Application Services and Framework Annotations Hi Tom, Thanks for your feedback. ... This is one of my concerns with annotations. I believe that too many annotations are a polution to the domain model :-)
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