FluentCommand 9.0.519

.NET 6.0 .NET Standard 2.0
NuGet\Install-Package FluentCommand -Version 9.0.519
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dotnet add package FluentCommand --version 9.0.519
<PackageReference Include="FluentCommand" Version="9.0.519" />
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paket add FluentCommand --version 9.0.519
#r "nuget: FluentCommand, 9.0.519"
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// Install FluentCommand as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=FluentCommand&version=9.0.519

// Install FluentCommand as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=FluentCommand&version=9.0.519

FluentCommand

Fluent Wrapper for DbCommand.

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Package Version
FluentCommand FluentCommand
FluentCommand.Dapper FluentCommand.Dapper
FluentCommand.SqlServer FluentCommand.SqlServer

Download

The FluentCommand library is available on nuget.org via package name FluentCommand.

To install FluentCommand, run the following command in the Package Manager Console

PM> Install-Package FluentCommand

More information about NuGet package avaliable at https://nuget.org/packages/FluentCommand

Development Builds

Development builds are available on the myget.org feed. A development build is promoted to the main NuGet feed when it's determined to be stable.

In your Package Manager settings add the following package source for development builds: http://www.myget.org/F/loresoft/

Features

  • Fluent wrapper over DbConnection and DbCommand
  • Callback for parameter return values
  • Automatic handling of connection state
  • Caching of results
  • Automatic creating of entity from DataReader via Dapper
  • Create Dynamic objects from DataReader via Dapper
  • Handles multiple result sets

Configuration

Configuration for SQL Server

IDataConfiguration dataConfiguration  = new DataConfiguration(
    SqlClientFactory.Instance, 
    ConnectionString
);

Example

Query all users with email domain. Entity is automaticly created from DataReader.

string email = "%@battlestar.com";
string sql = "select * from [User] where EmailAddress like @EmailAddress";

var session = configuration.CreateSession();
var user = await session
    .Sql(sql)
    .Parameter("@EmailAddress", email)
    .QuerySingleAsync(r => new User
    {
        Id = r.GetGuid("Id"),
        EmailAddress = r.GetString("EmailAddress"),
        IsEmailAddressConfirmed = r.GetBoolean("IsEmailAddressConfirmed"),
        DisplayName = r.GetString("DisplayName"),
        PasswordHash = r.GetString("PasswordHash"),
        ResetHash = r.GetString("ResetHash"),
        InviteHash = r.GetString("InviteHash"),
        AccessFailedCount = r.GetInt32("AccessFailedCount"),
        LockoutEnabled = r.GetBoolean("LockoutEnabled"),
        LockoutEnd = r.GetDateTimeOffsetNull("LockoutEnd"),
        LastLogin = r.GetDateTimeOffsetNull("LastLogin"),
        IsDeleted = r.GetBoolean("IsDeleted"),
        Created = r.GetDateTimeOffset("Created"),
        CreatedBy = r.GetString("CreatedBy"),
        Updated = r.GetDateTimeOffset("Updated"),
        UpdatedBy = r.GetString("UpdatedBy"),
        RowVersion = r.GetBytes("RowVersion"),
    });

Execute a stored procedure with out parameters

Guid userId = Guid.Empty;
int errorCode = -1;

var username = "test." + DateTime.Now.Ticks;
var email = username + "@email.com";

var session = configuration.CreateSession();
var result = session
    .StoredProcedure("[dbo].[aspnet_Membership_CreateUser]")
    .Parameter("@ApplicationName", "/")
    .Parameter("@UserName", username)
    .Parameter("@Password", "T@est" + DateTime.Now.Ticks)
    .Parameter("@Email", email)
    .Parameter("@PasswordSalt", "test salt")
    .Parameter<string>("@PasswordQuestion", null)
    .Parameter<string>("@PasswordAnswer", null)
    .Parameter("@IsApproved", true)
    .Parameter("@CurrentTimeUtc", DateTime.UtcNow)
    .Parameter("@UniqueEmail", 1)
    .Parameter("@PasswordFormat", 1)
    .ParameterOut<Guid>("@UserId", p => userId = p)
    .Return<int>(p => errorCode = p)
    .Execute();

Query for user by email address. Also return Role and Status entities.

string email = "kara.thrace@battlestar.com";
string sql = "select * from [User] where EmailAddress = @EmailAddress; " +
             "select * from [Status]; " +
             "select * from [Priority]; ";

User user = null;
List<Status> status = null;
List<Priority> priorities = null;

var session = configuration.CreateSession();
session
    .Sql(sql)
    .Parameter("@EmailAddress", email)
    .QueryMultiple(q =>
    {
        user = q.QuerySingle<User>();
        status = q.Query<Status>().ToList();
        priorities = q.Query<Priority>().ToList();
    });

Dapper

PM> Install-Package FluentCommand.Dapper

Use Dapper to materialize data reader to entities


string email = "kara.thrace@battlestar.com";
string sql = "select * from [User] where EmailAddress = @EmailAddress";

var session = configuration.CreateSession();
var user = await session
    .Sql(sql)
    .Parameter("@EmailAddress", email)
    .QuerySingleAsync<User>();

Query Builder

Build SQL statements with the query builder. Query builder uses the DataAnnotations Schema attributes to extract table and column information.

var session = configuration.CreateSession();

string email = "kara.thrace@battlestar.com";

var user = await session
    .Sql(builder => builder
        .Select<User>() // table name comes from type
        .Where(p => p.EmailAddress, email)
    )
    .QuerySingleAsync();

Count query

string email = "kara.thrace@battlestar.com";

var count = await session
    .Sql(builder => builder
        .Select<User>()
        .Count()
        .Where(p => p.EmailAddress, email)
    )
    .QueryValueAsync<int>();

Insert statement

var id = Guid.NewGuid();

var userId = await session
    .Sql(builder => builder
        .Insert<User>()
        .Value(p => p.Id, id)
        .Value(p => p.EmailAddress, $"{id}@email.com")
        .Value(p => p.DisplayName, "Last, First")
        .Value(p => p.FirstName, "First")
        .Value(p => p.LastName, "Last")
        .Output(p => p.Id) // return key as output value
        .Tag() // add comment tag to querey
    )
    .QueryValueAsync<Guid>();

Update statement

var updateId = await session
    .Sql(builder => builder
        .Update<User>()
        .Value(p => p.DisplayName, "Updated Name")
        .Output(p => p.Id)
        .Where(p => p.Id, id)
        .Tag()
    )
    .QueryValueAsync<Guid>();

Delete statement

var deleteId = await session
    .Sql(builder => builder
        .Delete<User>()
        .Output(p => p.Id)
        .Where(p => p.Id, id)
        .Tag()
    )
    .QueryValueAsync<Guid>();

SQL Server Features

PM> Install-Package FluentCommand.SqlServer

Bulk Copy

Using SQL Server bulk copy feature to import a lot of data.

using (var session = configuration.CreateSession())
{
    session.BulkCopy("[User]")
        .AutoMap()
        .Ignore("RowVersion")
        .WriteToServer(users);
}

Merge Data

Generate and merge data into a table

var users = generator.List<UserImport>(100);

int rows;
using (var session = configuration.CreateSession())
{
    rows = session
        .MergeData("dbo.User")
        .Map<UserImport>(m => m
            .AutoMap()
            .Column(p => p.EmailAddress).Key()
        )
        .Execute(users);
}
Product Versions
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NuGet packages (5)

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FluentCommand.EntityFactory

Fluent Wrapper for DbCommand

FluentCommand.SqlServer

Fluent Wrapper for DbCommand

FluentCommand.Batch

Fluent Wrapper for DbCommand

FluentCommand.Json

Fluent Wrapper for DbCommand

FluentCommand.Dapper

Fluent Wrapper for DbCommand

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