Monthly Archives: July 2009

Domain driven reports: adding custom code

In my last post I described how to create reports based on a domain model. Which led to many an interesting reaction. In this post I will explore some of my further explorations based on those comments as well on … Continue reading 

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Reporting against a domain model

I have a love it /hate it relationship with reports. In many an application the reports are the main output. They are the prints which get filed or the invoices which have to ensure the ROI of the application. A … Continue reading 

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