ServiceStack.OrmLite | Fast , Simple , Typed ORM for .NET | Database library

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kandi X-RAY | ServiceStack.OrmLite Summary

ServiceStack.OrmLite is a C# library typically used in Database applications. ServiceStack.OrmLite has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities and it has medium support. However ServiceStack.OrmLite has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.

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              ServiceStack.OrmLite has a medium active ecosystem.
              It has 1551 star(s) with 660 fork(s). There are 161 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              ServiceStack.OrmLite has no issues reported. There are 1 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of ServiceStack.OrmLite is v6.0.2

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              ServiceStack.OrmLite has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
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            Community Discussions


            How to use ServiceStack to store POCOs to MariaDB having complex types (objects and structs) blobbed as JSON?
            Asked 2021-Apr-02 at 09:19

            I've got following setup: C#, ServiceStack, MariaDB, POCOs with objects and structs, JSON.

            The main question is: how to use ServiceStack to store POCOs to MariaDB having complex types (objects and structs) blobbed as JSON and still have working de/serialization of the same POCOs? All of these single tasks are supported, but I had problems when all put together mainly because of structs.

            ... finally during writing this I found some solution and it may look like I answered my own question, but I still would like to know the answer from more skilled people, because the solution I found is a little bit complicated, I think. Details and two subquestions arise later in the context.

            Sorry for the length and for possible misinformation caused by my limited knowledge.

            Simple example. This is the final working one I ended with. At the beginning there were no SomeStruct.ToString()/Parse() methods and no JsConfig settings.



            Answered 2021-Apr-02 at 09:19

            ServiceStack treats structs like a single scalar value type, just like most of the core BCL Value Types (e.g. TimeSpan, DateTime, etc). Overloading the Parse() and ToString() methods and Struct's Constructor let you control the serialization/deserialization of custom structs.

            Docs have been corrected. Structs use Parse whilst classes use ParseJson/ParseJsv

            If you want to serialize a models properties I'd suggest you use a class instead as the behavior you're looking for is that of a POCO DTO.

            If you want to have structs serailized as DTOs in your RDBMS an alternative you can try is to just use JSON.NET for the complex type serialization, e.g:



            ServiceStack.OrmLite Creating table with wrong column definition
            Asked 2020-Nov-20 at 13:36

            I'm using ServiceStack.OrmLite, and when trying to set the default column definition for DateTime, I can’t manage to get the column to be nullable. Everything else sticks, but "NULL" is somehow converted into "NOT NULL".

            In my example code below I've set ColumnDefinition => "DATETIME(6) NULL DEFAULT... and when running it, it creates a table with DATETIME(6) NOT NULL...



            Answered 2020-Nov-20 at 13:36

            If you want to specify a nullable ValueType RDBMS column it needs to be nullable on the C# Type, e.g:



            Can't refresh materialized view with ormlite
            Asked 2020-Aug-26 at 05:14

            I have updated ServiceStack to latest version on a project and now this line seems to be giving me issues:



            Answered 2020-Aug-26 at 03:22

            This isn't going to be an issue with OrmLite which just sends the SQL as-is to Npgsql ADO.NET provider which is returning the server PostgreSQL error.

            For some reason the connection string doesn't have visibility or access to your product_book materialized view, some potential issues could be the user may not have access to it, or it's in a different schema.



            ServiceStack assembly issue - ServiceStack.OrmLite.SqlServer
            Asked 2020-Jun-12 at 13:13

            After installing ServiceStack.OrmLite.SqlServer NuGet Packages, I started getting below error out of no clue.



            Answered 2020-Jun-12 at 13:13

            This indicates you have different version of ServiceStack packages. You need to make sure that all packages have the same version, e.g. 5.9.0.

            Or if you're using the pre-release MyGet packages (e.g ending 5.*.1) then you'll need to clear out your NuGet packages cache so you can download the latest version, e.g:



            ArgumentNullException with custom auth provider in ServiceStack
            Asked 2020-Mar-20 at 19:34

            I've made a custom auth provider for LDAP (Active Directory) based on the CredentialsAuthProvider. Following the docs I've overridden TryAuthenticate and OnAuthenticated, returning true at the end. I've also tried without OnAuthenticated.

            I'm using UseDistinctRoleTables for the OrmLiteAuthRepository, and I've observed in the tables that roles are being created in UserRole.

            However I'm getting the exception: ArgumentNullException. Fieldname "s".



            Answered 2020-Mar-20 at 19:34

            The issue is ServiceStack's AuthenticateService is trying to populate the AuthenticateResponse Roles and Permissions but your Custom AuthProvider isn't populating the session.UserAuthId which is used to query the Auth Repository for the roles.

            The solution is for your Custom AuthProvider to populate the Sessions UserAuthId with the Id of the Authenticated User.

            You can also prevent this Exception by disabling ServiceStack from trying to populate the Roles/Permissions by setting IncludeRolesInAuthenticateResponse=false, e.g:



            ServiceStack and AWS: Created a ASP.NET Empty project, but cannot select .NET Core in target framework
            Asked 2020-Mar-14 at 13:56

            I started a ServiceStack ASP.NET Empty project in VS2019, as that was the closest thing I could find to what I wanted. The template is right on, but I want to run it in .NET Core.

            However, the Target framework was set to .NET Framework 4.5, but I wanted it to be .NET Core 2.1+, and I cannot select it either:

            I know that I have .NET Core installed, because I have been developing a Blazor app also in VS2019, which is .NET Core.

            I'd like to know what I am missing here.


            Here is the csproj file for the project containing the AppHost.cs



            Answered 2019-Aug-15 at 13:01

            Try to open your .csproj for editing and put netcoreapp2.1 as your target framework.



            Cannot load System.ComponentModel.Annotations from OrmLiteConfigExtensions (ServiceStack.OrmLite.Core)
            Asked 2020-Feb-02 at 18:57

            I get a runtime error when using ServiceStack.OrmLite.Core package (5.4.1) and trying to get a ModelDefinition (ServiceStack.OrmLite.ModelDefinition) by doing:



            Answered 2019-Feb-20 at 02:05

            In trying to repro this I've resolved a different issue with the ASP.NET Core Apps on the .NET Framework templates referencing the latest v5.4.1 MyGet packages where the Tests .csproj should be referencing the new ServiceStack.Kestrel.Core package instead of ServiceStack.Kestrel, i,e:



            ServiceStack.OrmLite: using aliases in SqlExpression for anonymous types
            Asked 2019-Nov-21 at 14:55

            I am posting this question here, as I'm still waiting for approval on the ServiceStack customer forum. It's a rather specific question, so I don't expect many can help... @mythz :)

            I'm migrating ServiceStack from v5.4 to v5.7 and there is an issue with aliases in SqlExpression.

            I wrote a custom sql concat to get a "kind-of-csv-format" in one column, to merge data into one column, when using unions. From the SQL side, simplified version would be:



            Answered 2019-Nov-21 at 12:05

            I've changed it to not use the alias when the alias is the same name in this commit.

            This change is available from the latest v5.7.1 that's now available on MyGet.



            AutoQuery is not getting the name db connection when run through gateway
            Asked 2019-Oct-01 at 13:02

            I have an implementation, where I am calling an autoquery operation via the service gateway. The service gateway will successfully call both internal and external operations. However, any autoquery operation fails because it is not getting the connection string set. These same autoquery operations work just fine when called directly and not through the gateway.

            Here is the stack trace.



            Answered 2019-Oct-01 at 13:02

            Request Filter Attributes like [ConnectionInfo] is only applied on HTTP Requests, not internal Service Gateway requests.

            The Connection info isn't configured because it's not annotated on your PostContact Service Request DTO that calls the in-procces Service Gateway.

            You can have the [ConnectionInfo] on the QueryFiles AutoQuery Request DTO attached to the current Request with:



            Implementing all read api with a intercepting filter using Servicestack.Ormlite
            Asked 2019-Jul-20 at 16:09

            To elaborate what I try to achieve with servicestack.ormlite. Imagine that a franchise business has some branches, each branch has system and local database, all of these database are replicating each other. In the system, each model is with a property called store_id like below.



            Answered 2019-Jul-20 at 16:09

            This question is still unclear on what answer it wants, the screenshot says it doesn't know which API to use to filter by store_id but your screenshot includes 2 different examples of filtering by store_id?


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