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Implementing A Data Model and Business Layer that Supports State Management

, 29 Aug 2007 CPOL
This article describes a technique to develop business layer logical entities that have in-built state management capabilities. It focuses on how to re-use components to make development of new business logic and data modelling layers easier.
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