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Applying Domain-Driven Design and Patterns: With Examples in C# and .NET by Jimmy Nilsson

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Appendix A. Other Domain Model Styles

There are lots of variations on how the Domain Model pattern is used. I asked a couple of friends of mine to describe their favorite ways of applying Domain Models. As the input, they got the requirements listings from Chapter 4, “A New Default Architecture,” and you will find their answers here in Appendix A.1 I’ll repeat those requirements here for you:

  1. List customers by applying a flexible and complex filter.

    The customer support staff needs to be able to search for customers in a very flexible manner. They need to use wildcards on numerous fields, such as name, location, street address, reference person, and so on. They also need to be able to ask for customers with orders of a certain kind, orders of ...

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