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Jon Rista21-Jan-09 18:34
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Jon Rista23-Jan-09 4:47
Jon Rista23-Jan-09 4:47 
That works for core concerns...business concerns. But the original question was in regards to cross-cutting concerns. Cross-cutting concerns are things like logging, validation, instrumentation, security, context, etc. These don't really fall into the categories of business services or DTOs. Cross-cutting concerns are one of the major pain points in software development today, and the driving force behing things like AOP, Aspect-Oriented Programming. AOP aims to privide a mechanism to separate cross-cutting concerns from your core concerns, and apply them in an alternative, configurational manner (possibly adjustable at runtime).
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