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Service vs Manager - Where do I create my code ? #2213


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maxmjbn created

I've read many pages on Service vs Manager and checked the code but I'm not sure I get the difference between the Service and the Manage in ABP.

Here is my specific case: I have a "Function" object. A Function can have a list of Parameters.

When I insert a function in the database, I also insert its parameters at the same time.

How should that be handled? I already have a FunctionAppService that creates the function in the database. Now, how about the parameters. Should they be handled via their repository in the CreateOrEdit() method in the FunctionAppService ? Should I create a ParameterAppService even if entering only parameters doesn't make any sense because it is always linked to a function ?

Should the "Manager" play a role here ? I doubt it because the Manager cannot call the AppService because of the way the projects are linked (and we want to avoid circular reference).

I'm confused with the structure. I need some guidance!


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    ismcagdas created
    Support Team

    Hi,

    Manager's are considered as Domain Services, you can read about it here <a class="postlink" href="http://aspnetboilerplate.com/Pages/Documents/Domain-Services">http://aspnetboilerplate.com/Pages/Docu ... n-Services</a>.

    In order to understand difference, I suggest you to read this document as well if you have time <a class="postlink" href="http://aspnetboilerplate.com/Pages/Documents/Application-Services">http://aspnetboilerplate.com/Pages/Docu ... n-Services</a>.

    In your case, it seems like Parameter entity is only meaningful with a Fucntion and Function is your aggregate root. So, you can save parameters with function in your FunctionAppService, you dont't need to create a second AppService for parameter.

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    maxmjbn created

    Thank you for the links to the documentation.

    Your suggestion seems to make sense and this is what I'll do. :D