Microservices. The good, the bad and the ugly

Posted 4 CommentsPosted in Application Migration, Client /server, Domain driven design, Enterprise architecture, Frameworks, Hibernate / nHibernate, Java, microservices, Service oriented architecture, Software architecture, Unit testing, Value objects

Back in 1988, when I was first employed by a company for writing software, the world was fairly simple. The development environment we had was character-based, the database was integrated and traversed with cursors, and we built a whole new administrative system covering everything but the kitchen sink. It took us five years to complete the project, basically because the […]

Adding specific validation messages to value objects

Posted Posted in Adf.Net, Validation, Value objects

One of the requests we often get in projects that use the Adf.Net framework is to be able to get specific validation messages, especially when during persisting panels to domain objects, properties that have value objects as their type fail to persist, usually during call such as below. protected void lbOpslaan_Click(object sender, EventArgs e) { BindManager.Persist(Persoonsgegevens, panelPersoonsgegevens); MyTask.OpslaanPersoonsgegevens(); } I […]