Exploring the Party Model with Oslo’s System.Identity – Part 3

In Part 1 of this series we covered the basics of how Oslo’s System.Identity implements the Party Model and how System.Identity can be used to model real world scenarios. We continued our exploration of System.Identity in Part 2 by modeling more complex real world scenarios and illustrating how System.Identity can handle asymmetric relationships and transient…

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Exploring the Party Model with Oslo’s System.Identity – Part 2

In Part 1 of this series we discussed the basics of the Party Model using Oslo’s System.Identity schema. Specifically, we discussed the System.Identity constructs for Party, Role (including the Employee and Customer specializations of Role), and TaxonomyEntry (to allow for assigning a “Kind” to Parties and Roles). We also put these System.Identity constructs to use…

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Exploring the Party Model with Oslo’s System.Identity – Part 1

It occurred to me the other day that I asserted that the Party Model is a “Good Thing” without providing any proof whatsoever to back up my claim. While I would love to believe that everyone subscribes to my views and opinions because of their irrefutable wisdom, I have no illusions to the reality of…

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Some Oslo Goodness – System.Identity Implements the Party Model!

There does exist some controversy right now in the blogosphere around Oslo. As I indicated previously, I’ve done a 180 on Oslo and I am now highly interested in the technology – a subject I plan to blog about soon. However, what I find interesting is that there hasn’t been a lot of writing in…

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