A Repository as defined in Domain Driven Design manages a single Aggregate. An aggregate may contain many entities, and value objects, but will have a single object as its root. Many of the Dao and even now some of the Repository implementations I see do not follow this, they are more likely to have a Repository per entity, than a Repository per aggregate, and of course in some cases this is required for various reasons.
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So when I started using Dependency Injection the following problem happened, how do I Inject this dependency when the container is not accessible at this point. Ok, that sentence even confused me a little bit, so what do I mean. Let’s say I have a Repository for Products that is injected into my controller. Each Product stored has one or more ProductVariants that is part of it’s aggregate, which itself has Nested Categories.