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Last post Mon, Jun 2 2008 10:46 by Brian Nalewajek. 0 replies.
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  • Mon, Jun 2 2008 10:46

    ORM style

    Now may not be the time, but I hope you'll consider a forum on Object Role Modeling style, at some point.  As the base of the forum posts increases, I expect we'll see more questions and comments, not about right or wromg ways of modeling, but on more or less useful ways.  Subtopics might include things like the number of elements to include in a page, where and how best to use sample populations, how best to model aspects that are likely to change frequently, etc....

    There are things that violate ORM theory, the syntax and grammar of a standard, or the dictates of an ORM tool; but that still leaves a lot of room for style choices.  If someone has come up with an elegant solution to a common modeling problem, it would be great to have a place to share it.

    If such a forum would work better if/when feature changes are made to the OF infrastructure, I don't see harm in the delay.



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