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Questions tagged [repository]

For questions about the implementation of the repository design pattern.

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KISS my… unit of work

I've seen many, many UoW+Repository implementations. Whenever one was built on top of Entity Framework, I'd cringe at the added complexity. Sure the complexity buys you (sometimes) full decoupling ...
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C# - Entity Framework + Repository pattern + Unit of work pattern

After hours spent on reading various articles about correct way to implement Repository patter & UoW patters I finally think that I have managed to create (hopefully good) implementation. The ...
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Web API using Repository / UnitOfWork

I'm looking for feedback on a repository I set up based on a blog post I read here. I have just recently got more into .NET within the past year, so any feedback and/or best practices that can be ...
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YARPI: Yet Another Repository Pattern Implementation

Following-up on this post, I wanted to be able to put a copy of that Excel workbook on a USB key and take it home to keep working on the code a bit (there's more than just one or two tables to ...
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UnitOfWork, an excuse for multiple repositories

I needed a way of attaching multiple repositories to a presenter. Given I already had an IRepository abstraction, coming up with an ...
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Table join using the repository pattern

I am new to repository pattern. If I want to join two tables, where should I implement the logic? I have implemented it as shown below. Is there any better way to achieve the same? This is my ...
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Uploading photos: Domain Model and Repository classes

In the database, I have a table with name photographs with the following columns: id ...
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Something like a LINQ provider

Ok, before you ask: yes, I need to do this. Sort of. I'm wrapping a 3rd-party API for data access, and I can't use an ORM, so I'm implementing this kind of thing: ...
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Wrapping the Sage300 View API with… a Repository

Related: Something like a LINQ provider I needed to work with the Sage300 View API. I had never worked with it, but my first impression has been that the API is ...
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Custom generic repository pattern

This weekend I made an attempt at a generic repository pattern for entity framework in .NET after reading this blog post. I was wondering how it could be better. I specifically have a couple questions....
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Simple repository for a small/medium sized ASP.NET MVC site

I am about to start a small/medium sized project. I am by no means a software architect. But I tend to question every move I make at times, since I want to do things correct. I found a way to ...
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Replacing IUnitOfWork with a Factory Pattern

As a follow-up to this blog post and this question, I wanted to post my idea of replacing the IUnitOfWork with a factory pattern. It seems to me that in the case of this blog post the IUnitOfWork ...
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Repository searching code duplication

A followup question to this: IQueryable Extensions working on expression for collection property I am working on a project for a family member which involves the use of a database and a repository, ...
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ASP.NET MVC application architecture fit for unit testing with mocking

I am trying to learn how to professionally work with unit testing, so I have refactored a medium sized project of mine (a sort of article aggregator that also does some NLP processing) and tried to ...