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Can you explain why you chose to create some objects in the Agathas.Storefront.Services.ViewModels namespace (and project) and others inside the Agathas.Storefront.Services.Presentation.Model namespace (and project) ?

For example, I'm looking at "CategoryView.cs" and comparing it to "CategoryDto.cs" and they have exactly the same class definition, other than the name of course.

I see some objects have multiple definitions like this, while others do not and only exist in the ViewModels namespace (BasketView, OrderView, etc.)
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Hi ksouthworth,

The update to the project is still work in progess. I had hoped to have finished it now but I have been busy on the new book. If you take a look at the code for the case study that will feature in the book (another ASP.MVC project - online blackjack game) then I think you will see the direction I am going with the Agatha app - http://agilenet.codeplex.com/SourceC...ist/changesets.

Let me know if that didn't answer your question or if you now have a load more questions ;0)

Keep rockin
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