I am integrating with a Financial Management System (FMS). I have a class that prepares a set of objects (each of these objects is called a TransactionEntity). These are then passed to the FMS.

I give particular importance to correct terminology. What should I name this class that prepares the transactions? I am thinking TransactionSomething. Example TransactionBuilder, TransactionFactory etc. But I don't think these names are correct.

For the record, I use .Net but I don't think the framework should have an impact on this.

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If the objects being prepared are (each) named TransactionEntity, then I think TransactionEntityBuilder is a good name.

  • Thanks - yep I'll go for the Builder Term. Adding Entity to the name makes sense as well. Commented Feb 25, 2013 at 13:02

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