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Re: What is meant by domain logic and does thatcomes in the domain m Fica nos 600 ... From: "rajesh.51kannan@..." Sent: ‎01/‎04/‎2014 17:12 To: "domaindrivendesign@yahoogroups.com"
Nuno Lopes
Apr 1
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Re: What is meant by domain logic and does that comes in the domain What are the use cases of the system? ... -- Le doute n'est pas une condition agréable, mais la certitude est absurde. What are the use cases of the system?
Greg Young
Apr 1
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Re: What is meant by domain logic and does that comes in the domain if (IDontHaveAClueWhatDomainLogicIs) Then IShouldFirstLearnWhatDomainLOgicIsByFiringUpGoogle() else ICanConstructUsefulModelsWithDomainLogic() That's domain
Nino Martincevic
Apr 1
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What is meant by domain logic and does that comes in the domain mode Hi, I'm new to DDD and I have collected some domain objects for payment gateway project. Now my task is to write domain logic for those domain objects. I
rajesh.51kannan
Apr 1
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Re: Avoid injecting Service/Repository in an Entity First, the domain does not access repositories. As for your case you already have a collection of students, implement a method in the collection class that
Veranildo Veras
Mar 26
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Re: Avoid injecting Service/Repository in an Entity Hi Varun, Use the specification pattern which can be accessed on http://martinfowler.com/apsupp/spec.pdf, From what I can tell, you should locate the record of
Veranildo Veras
Mar 26
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Avoid injecting Service/Repository in an Entity I think proper DDD would imply encapsulating transaction boundaries in aggregates. So if your business rule needs be to the millisecond consistent, that would
Freek Paans
Mar 26
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Re: Avoid injecting Service/Repository in an Entity Maybe an EnrollmentSpecification? Students must satisfy this specification in order to be added to a class.This specification would use a repository to find
Stefan A.
Mar 26
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Re: Avoid injecting Service/Repository in an Entity Sounds like Enrollment itself could be an entity. Would that make things easier?
Brian Sayatovic
Mar 25
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Re: Avoid injecting Service/Repository in an Entity You don't want to pull in every student with a repository, if you had a decent amount of students your performance will suck. // you can implement this
João Bragança
Mar 25
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Re: Avoid injecting Service/Repository in an Entity From my (limited) understanding, you'd have to implement that kind of logic on a command that knows all the relevant services/repositories.
Jorge Branco
Mar 25
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Avoid injecting Service/Repository in an Entity Hi Everyone, From what I've read, this is really bad. But I have the following use case so wondering how to do this in the proper DDD way. The business rule is
varun_bhargava80
Mar 25
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Re: Parent/Children AggregateRoot problem Hi, I know it's a very late reply but... Aggregates are *instance* structures, not a class ones. So yes, it's perfectly OK to nest instances. In this
Carlos Peix
Mar 24
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Re: Application Service I'll explain how my colleagues and I have organized things and let you compare/contrast that with what you've thinking. We've built several large business
trinition
Mar 21
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Application Service In a SOA sense, a service can serve many applications (front ends). In a DDD sense, an application (presentation layer) interacts with the application service
fratting@sbcglobal.net
Mar 20
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Re: translation The discussion was if one would per-default name Entities and ValueModels the same as their concepts in the UL or always use English translations. One of my
Tom Eugelink
Mar 14
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Re: translation Isn't todays natural language and especially a specific domain language full of terms from other languages? Rarely there is one pure domain and in medicine
Nino Martincevic
Mar 12
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Re: translation I leaning towards going for one concept; mixing languages within the same domain seems like a bad idea. So either the domain concepts are in language X or not.
Tom Eugelink
Mar 12
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Re: translation The general rule of thumb I use is keep to English except for domain specific terms that don't really translate well (reading code in mixed languages is
Greg Young
Mar 12
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Re: translation Hi, I work in the Italian Healthcare System too and my company develop an EHR software used in some hospitals here, we use DDD to model the domain and... we
agiorgetti11
Mar 12
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Re: translation Hi, I work in the Italian Healthcare System and we use DDD to model our domain. We started using English terms to model our first subdomain, but soon we
agiorgetti11
Mar 12
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Re: translation Imo, translation adds a lot of noise, which makes discussions with customers and co-workers a lot harder because everybody thinks in another language, which
Freek Paans
Mar 12
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Re: translation +1, if there is no need for translation stay with the UL Lang, translation is a cost that must be carefully evaluated. We are Italian and we use Italian even
Mauro Servienti
Mar 11
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translation I have an interesting discussion going on in my team and could use some ideas. We are writing software for the Dutch healthcare system. Usually software
Tom Eugelink
Mar 11
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Re: How to test value objects when they have dependencies? Pragmatic answer? Leave as it is. You are using absolutely side-effect free "service" objects, that purely do calculations and comparisons and have no state
Nino Martincevic
Mar 10
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Re: Aggregate root, factory method and entity as a result quick and dirty gist of state machine and user constructor - https://gist.github.com/donbing/9429867 and by property/reference, i meant something like your
Chris Bingham
Mar 8
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Re: Aggregate root, factory method and entity as a result Why not as simple as put, if you are using C# or a language that supports members visibility, Tenant and User in the same assembly and define the User
Mauro Servienti
Mar 7
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How to test value objects when they have dependencies? **TL;DR** How do you test a value object in isolation from its dependencies without stubbing or injecting them? ... Now if I have a `Quantity` value object
songoko20000
Mar 7
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Re: Aggregate root, factory method and entity as a result ... Can you elaborate on this? ... Property/reference? What do you mean exactly? I'm rethinking my model and indeed User should be entity within tenants
Dariusz Lenartowicz
Mar 7
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Re: Aggregate root, factory method and entity as a result Use a typed state machine? Make the constructor of user require an instance of 'RegisteredTennant' or whatever the your domain names the required state? Otoh,
Chris Bingham
Mar 7
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