In the previous blog post, I tried to explore ideas and questions that help me determine how to correct or establish a good domain model. In this second part, I'm writing about the process of implementing those changes as compared to traditional application development.
In the past month, I've been asked to help other Mendix developers with what I'm seeing as a very common problem: Domain models. What is occurring is that the developers build their models, begin to create their pages and forms, and inevitably hit a wall where they can't quite get the attributes on their pages to align, associate, or a number of other issues. Worse yet are those applications that have been in production for a while that require a redesign in order to accommodate a new feature. In this post I'm going to explore how I troubleshoot and help correct designs.