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BOOK: Patterns, Principles and Practices of Domain-Driven Design
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Default Chapter 17 - Entity

During the chapters before of Chapter 17, I've read about isolation of domain from technical implementation, like showed on FIGURE 8-13.

But analysing the Chapter 17 the isolation of domain seems broken, because during the Chapter 17 is mentionated the use of ORM with domain's entity. The example downloaded has a test using entity directly with NHibernate.

Now I'm confused.

Entities being on ORM, force to model an entity accordly tables of database.

Isn't the role of Dto?
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