EventFlow 0.83.4713

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dotnet add package EventFlow --version 0.83.4713
NuGet\Install-Package EventFlow -Version 0.83.4713
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<PackageReference Include="EventFlow" Version="0.83.4713" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add EventFlow --version 0.83.4713
#r "nuget: EventFlow, 0.83.4713"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive and Polyglot Notebooks. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install EventFlow as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=EventFlow&version=0.83.4713

// Install EventFlow as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=EventFlow&version=0.83.4713

Async/await first CQRS+ES and DDD framework for .NET - https://docs.geteventflow.net/

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EventFlow.Sql The ID prefix of this package has been reserved for one of the owners of this package by NuGet.org.

# EventFlow ![EventFlow logo](./icon-128.png) ``` $ dotnet add package EventFlow ``` EventFlow is a basic CQRS+ES framework designed to be easy to use. Have a look at our [getting started guide](https://docs.geteventflow.net/GettingStarted.html), the [do’s and don’ts](https://docs.geteventflow.net/DosAndDonts.html) and the [FAQ](https://docs.geteventflow.net/FAQ.html). ## Features * **Easy to use**: Designed with sensible defaults and implementations that make it easy to create an example application * **Highly configurable and extendable**: EventFlow uses interfaces for every part of its core, making it easy to replace or extend existing features with custom implementation * **No use of threads or background workers** * **MIT licensed** Easy to understand and use license for enterprise ## Versions Development of version 1.0 has started and is mainly braking changes regarding changes related to replacing EventFlow types with that of Microsoft extension abstractions, mainly `IServiceProvider` and `ILogger<>`. The following list key characteristics of each version as well as its related branches (not properly configured yet). * `1.x` Represents the next iteration of EventFlow that aligns EventFlow with the standard packages for .NET (Core). Releases here will only support .NET Standard, .NET Core and .NET versions going forward. - Released - Still development - Not all projects migrated yet Read the [migration guide](./MIGRATION_GUIDE.md) to view the full list of breaking changes as well as recommendations on how to migrate. ### Documentation (not complete) Version 1.x documentation has been pulled into this repository in order to have the code and documentation closer together and (hopefully) have the documentation updated in the same pull-requests as any code changes. ### NuGet package status - 🟢 ported - 💚 newly added to 1.0 - 🟠 not yet ported to 1.0 - 💀 for packages that are removed as part of 1.0 (see the [migration guide](./MIGRATION_GUIDE.md) for details) Projects - 🟢 `EventFlow` - 🟠 `EventFlow.AspNetCore` - 💀 `EventFlow.Autofac` - 💀 `EventFlow.DependencyInjection` - 🟠 `EventFlow.Elasticsearch` - 🟠 `EventFlow.EntityFramework` - 🟠 `EventFlow.EventStores.EventStore` - 🟢 `EventFlow.Hangfire` - 🟢 `EventFlow.MongoDB` - 🟢 `EventFlow.MsSql` - 💀 `EventFlow.Owin` - 🟢 `EventFlow.PostgreSql` - 💚 `EventFlow.Redis` - 🟠 `EventFlow.RabbitMQ` - 🟢 `EventFlow.Sql` - 🟠 `EventFlow.SQLite` - 🟢 `EventFlow.TestHelpers` ### Branches - `develop-v1`: Development branch, pull requests should be done here - `release-v1`: Release branch, merge commits are done to this branch from `develop-v1` to create releases. Typically each commit represents a release * `0.x` (legacy) The current stable version of EventFlow and has been the version of EventFlow for almost six years. 0.x versions have .NET Framework support and limited support to the Microsoft extension packages through extra NuGet packages. Feature and bug fix releases will still be done while there's interest in the community. ### Branches - `develop-v0`: Development branch, pull requests should be done here - `release-v0`: Release branch, merge commits are done to this branch from `develop-v0` to create releases. Typically each commit represents a release ### Documentation Version 0.x documentation is (although a bit outdated) is live at https://docs.geteventflow.net/. ## Talks directly related to EventFlow - [GOTO Aarhus 2022](https://github.com/rasmus/presentation-goto-2022) by [rasmus](https://github.com/rasmus) Practical event sourcing using EventFlow

EventFlow.AspNetCore The ID prefix of this package has been reserved for one of the owners of this package by NuGet.org.

AspNetCore support for EventFlow

EventFlow.DependencyInjection The ID prefix of this package has been reserved for one of the owners of this package by NuGet.org.

Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection support for EventFlow

EventFlow.MongoDB The ID prefix of this package has been reserved for one of the owners of this package by NuGet.org.

# EventFlow ![EventFlow logo](./icon-128.png) ``` $ dotnet add package EventFlow ``` EventFlow is a basic CQRS+ES framework designed to be easy to use. Have a look at our [getting started guide](https://docs.geteventflow.net/GettingStarted.html), the [do’s and don’ts](https://docs.geteventflow.net/DosAndDonts.html) and the [FAQ](https://docs.geteventflow.net/FAQ.html). ## Features * **Easy to use**: Designed with sensible defaults and implementations that make it easy to create an example application * **Highly configurable and extendable**: EventFlow uses interfaces for every part of its core, making it easy to replace or extend existing features with custom implementation * **No use of threads or background workers** * **MIT licensed** Easy to understand and use license for enterprise ## Versions Development of version 1.0 has started and is mainly braking changes regarding changes related to replacing EventFlow types with that of Microsoft extension abstractions, mainly `IServiceProvider` and `ILogger<>`. The following list key characteristics of each version as well as its related branches (not properly configured yet). * `1.x` Represents the next iteration of EventFlow that aligns EventFlow with the standard packages for .NET (Core). Releases here will only support .NET Standard, .NET Core and .NET versions going forward. - Released - Still development - Not all projects migrated yet Read the [migration guide](./MIGRATION_GUIDE.md) to view the full list of breaking changes as well as recommendations on how to migrate. ### Documentation (not complete) Version 1.x documentation has been pulled into this repository in order to have the code and documentation closer together and (hopefully) have the documentation updated in the same pull-requests as any code changes. ### NuGet package status - 🟢 ported - 💚 newly added to 1.0 - 🟠 not yet ported to 1.0 - 💀 for packages that are removed as part of 1.0 (see the [migration guide](./MIGRATION_GUIDE.md) for details) Projects - 🟢 `EventFlow` - 🟠 `EventFlow.AspNetCore` - 💀 `EventFlow.Autofac` - 💀 `EventFlow.DependencyInjection` - 🟠 `EventFlow.Elasticsearch` - 🟠 `EventFlow.EntityFramework` - 🟠 `EventFlow.EventStores.EventStore` - 🟢 `EventFlow.Hangfire` - 🟢 `EventFlow.MongoDB` - 🟢 `EventFlow.MsSql` - 💀 `EventFlow.Owin` - 🟢 `EventFlow.PostgreSql` - 💚 `EventFlow.Redis` - 🟠 `EventFlow.RabbitMQ` - 🟢 `EventFlow.Sql` - 🟠 `EventFlow.SQLite` - 🟢 `EventFlow.TestHelpers` ### Branches - `develop-v1`: Development branch, pull requests should be done here - `release-v1`: Release branch, merge commits are done to this branch from `develop-v1` to create releases. Typically each commit represents a release * `0.x` (legacy) The current stable version of EventFlow and has been the version of EventFlow for almost six years. 0.x versions have .NET Framework support and limited support to the Microsoft extension packages through extra NuGet packages. Feature and bug fix releases will still be done while there's interest in the community. ### Branches - `develop-v0`: Development branch, pull requests should be done here - `release-v0`: Release branch, merge commits are done to this branch from `develop-v0` to create releases. Typically each commit represents a release ### Documentation Version 0.x documentation is (although a bit outdated) is live at https://docs.geteventflow.net/. ## Talks directly related to EventFlow - [GOTO Aarhus 2022](https://github.com/rasmus/presentation-goto-2022) by [rasmus](https://github.com/rasmus) Practical event sourcing using EventFlow

EventFlow.Elasticsearch The ID prefix of this package has been reserved for one of the owners of this package by NuGet.org.

Elasticsearch support for EventFlow

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twzhangyang/RestAirline
DDD+CQRS+EventSourcing+Hypermedia API+ASP.NET Core 3.1+Masstransit+terraform+docker+k8s
OKTAYKIR/EventFlow.Example
DDD+CQRS+Event-sourcing examples using EventFlow following CQRS-ES architecture. It is configured with RabbitMQ, MongoDB(Snapshot store), PostgreSQL(Read store), EventStore(GES). It's targeted to .Net Core 2.2 and include docker compose file.
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1.0.4748-alpha 15,157 9/9/2021
1.0.4617-alpha 1,630 6/11/2021
0.83.4713 877,096 9/7/2021
0.82.4684 7,820 8/30/2021
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New: Queue name used by HangfireJobScheduler can be overridden:
```csharp
eventFlowOptions.UseHangfireJobScheduler(o => o.UseQueueName("myqueue"))
```
Fixed: Do not throw `MetadataKeyNotFoundException` if there is no meta data on
`previous_source_ids` in snapshots