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save scenarios 2nd
     Aggregates
     Identity Map
     reasons for decisions
SaveUser()
saving
     orders
scalability
     distribution
     SOA
scalar queries
     advanced database support
     NHibernate
scaling
     DDD projects
     services, SOA
schemas
     SOA
security
     distribution
     mechanisms
     TDD problems
self-shunting
Seovi´c, Aleksandar
Separated Presentation 2nd
server-side databases versus clientside databases
Service Layer 2nd
     example
Service Locator 2nd 3rd
     versus Dependency Injection
     Inversion of Control
Service Orientation (SO)
Services
     SOA
         design of
         interations with other services
         policy
         scaling
         schema
         unavailable services
         versioning
         Web services
service validation, domain-related rules
SessionFactory
set-based processing methods
     locating
SetController()
SetFieldWhenReconstitutingFromPersistence() 2nd
Setter Dependency Injection
shared nothing cluster
sharing instances
Single Responsibility Principle (SRP) 2nd 3rd
Single Table Inheritance
single-entity-oriented Business Logic
singletons 2nd
Skjoldborg, Christoffer
     MVC pattern
SnapDAL
snapshots
SO (Service Orientation)
     partitioning Domain Model
SOA 2nd
     client server and
     complex messaging processes
     one-way asynchronous messaging
     OO
     Rich Client applications
     scalability
     scaling services
     services
         design of
         interactions with other services
         policy
         schema
         unavailable services
         Web services
     Web Service
Software Factories, up-front architecture design
Specification 2nd
     complex rules
     generics
     queries
speed, PI (cost for)
Spolsky, Joel
Spring.NET, Dependency Injection
SQL, O/R Mapper
SrcPanel
SRP (Single Responsibility Principle) 2nd 3rd
StashPanel
State 2nd
     adding to existing classes
     application state
     user state
stateful Domain Model instantiation
stateless Domain Model instantiation
StateModifier
State pattern
states
     location, principles for rules
     principles for rules
     savable states, creating APIs
storing data (persistence infrastructure) 2nd
     choosing how to store data
     file system
     object database
     RAM
     relational database
     resource managers
Strategy, Design Patterns
strings
stubs 2nd
     test stubs
styles
sub-results, TDD
subclassing
sublists
submitting data, example
subset Domain Model instantiation
Szyperski




Applying Domain-Driven Design and Patterns(c) With Examples in C# and  .NET
Applying Domain-Driven Design and Patterns: With Examples in C# and .NET
ISBN: 0321268202
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2006
Pages: 179
Authors: Jimmy Nilsson

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