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Implementing a Domain with POCO (Plain Old CLR Objects)

Implementing a Domain with POCO (Plain Old CLR Objects)

There is a misconception about what Plain Old CLR Object (POCO) are. The POCO definition on wikipedia is quite concise: “In essence, a POCO does not have any dependency on an external framework.”. To clarify even further a domain made of POCOs is implemented by a group of classes ; interfaces ; structures ; enumerations ; exceptions that only depend on basic CLR types including: string, char, bool, integer representations (Int32, UInt64…), float representations (double, float, decimal), date representations and exception.

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