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The Entity Framework

  • Raffaele Garofalo

Abstract

Software is typically developed to solve a particular problem set that arises from and comprises various business requirements. You can group those requirements together into something known as a domain, and in this domain model, the business requirements are called domain entities. Each domain entity is a unique business object in the domain space, and it is able to interact and to have relationships with the other domain entities of the same domain model. A domain entity represents a specific problem of the domain model.

Keywords

Domain Model Domain Entity Business Logic Layer Entity Data Model 
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© Raffaele Garofalo 2011

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  • Raffaele Garofalo

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