EventFlow.EntityFramework 0.71.3834

Entity Framework Core support for EventFlow

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Install-Package EventFlow.EntityFramework -Version 0.71.3834
dotnet add package EventFlow.EntityFramework --version 0.71.3834
<PackageReference Include="EventFlow.EntityFramework" Version="0.71.3834" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add EventFlow.EntityFramework --version 0.71.3834
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Release Notes

Breaking: Commands published from AggregateSaga which return `false`
in `IExecutionResult.IsSuccess` will newly lead to an exception being thrown.
For disabling all new changes just set protected property
`AggregateSaga.ThrowExceptionsOnFailedPublish` to `false` in your AggregateSaga constructor.
Also an Exception thrown from any command won't prevent other commands from being executed.
All exceptions will be collected and then re-thrown in SagaPublishException (even in case
of just one Exception). The exception structure is following:
- SagaPublishException : AggregateException
- .InnerExceptions
- CommandException : Exception
- .CommandType
- .SourceId
- .InnerException # in case of an exception thrown from the command
- CommandException : Exception
- .CommandType
- .SourceId
- .ExecutionResult # in case of returned `false` in `IExecutionResult.IsSuccess`
You need to update your `ISagaErrorHandler` implementation to reflect new exception structure,
unless you disable this new feature.
Fix: MongoDB read store no longer throws an exception on non-existing read models (#625)

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
0.74.3948 76 7/1/2019
0.73.3933 378 6/11/2019
0.72.3914 154 5/28/2019
0.71.3834 373 4/17/2019
0.70.3824 243 4/11/2019
0.69.3772 2,017 2/12/2019
0.68.3728 751 12/3/2018
0.67.3697 2,491 10/14/2018
0.66.3673 216 9/28/2018
0.65.3664 140 9/22/2018