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  • Blog Post: Service Boundaries, Business Services and Data

    One of the core tenets of SOA is that the services have a clearly defined boundary. Services explicitly choose to expose certain (business) functions outside the boundary. Another tenet of SOA is that a service - with in its boundary - owns, encapsulates and protect its private data. But, there are not...
  • Blog Post: Pagination and SQL

    Almost all applications require end-users to search through information. Search results are often shown in some sort of list controls such as Grid, Listview etc. It is very often the case that the search results contain too many records to show in one page. In those cases, search results are shown one...
  • Blog Post: OR Technologies discussion contd

    What a way to start a blog!!! Got slammed by many people for my cut-throat remarks on futility of current OR technologies. But, I love to have continued discussion on this subject. There is couple of things to start with a) My remarks are derived from interacting with many customers who tried many...
  • Blog Post: Futility of Object-Relational technologies

    OR (Object-Relational) technologies attempt to abstract OO developer from knowing intricacies of relational database. It does so by de-coupling the object definition from its persistence. Persistence layer will do the 'right thing' to persist information in the persistent store. It also knows how to...
  • Blog Post: Futility of Object-Relational technologies

    OR (Object-Relational) technologies attempt to abstract OO developer from knowing intricacies of relational database. It does so by de-coupling the object definition from its persistence. Persistence layer will do the 'right thing' to persist information in the persistent store. It also knows how to...
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