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Domain Objects Persistence Pattern for .NET

, 16 Jun 2005
Domain objects in an application represent the core data and business validation rules relating to it. Domain objects are usually central to the entire application and used by most subsystems. Therefore, their good design is critical for a good application design that is robust and high performing.
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Iqbal M Khan
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Iqbal M. Khan works for Alachisoft, a leading software company providing O/R Mapping and Clustered Object Caching solutions for .NET. You can reach him at iqbal@alachisoft.com or visit Alachisoft at www.alachisoft.com.

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