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From Dan Haywood <>
Subject Re: How to display value object
Date Sun, 13 Aug 2017 17:10:11 GMT
I think you asked a longer question of this on Stack Overflow, which I've
answered there [1]

To summarise the answer I gave there.... I think it should be possible to
get the effect you're after, eg to allow the
CustomerContactInformation#phone property to be maintained from the
Customer, I suggest a simple action on Customer, eg:

    @MemberOrder(named="contact", sequence="1")
    public Customer updateContact(String newPhone) {;
       return this;

The @MemberOrder#name annotation will result in this button's action being
rendered under the contact property.



On Fri, 11 Aug 2017 at 03:39 赵 敏 <> wrote:

> Hi support,
> I'm building project with Apache Isis,but I have some confusion.
> In DDD,I know there have two objects,entity & value object.
> When I plan a DomainObject,eg. Customer, a entity object. I think one
> Customer may be have many value objects,for example contact information or
> other value objects.
> So I plan a value object called CustomerContactInformation,may be have
> other value objects.
> For the database,a entity object and its value objects may be persist to
> diff tables.
> I think CustomerContactInformation just a value object,it can not have any
> actions and should be maintained by Customer.
> In fact,Customer-CustomerContactInfomation definitely is 1-1.
> Now,how should I display CustomerContactInformation in Customer's layout
> and be able to edit CustomerContactInformation?
> Any ideas?
> Ekko

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