MarrDataMapper 3.33.0

Marr.DataMapper

Marr DataMapper is a Linq enabled Micro-ORM that allows you to project views into complex object graphs. Contributors: Rick Schott, vitidev, Keivan Beigi, Mark McDowall

Install-Package MarrDataMapper -Version 3.33.0
dotnet add package MarrDataMapper --version 3.33.0
paket add MarrDataMapper --version 3.33.0
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Release Notes

v3.33
- Improved IQueryable Where clause expression parser so that it can handle a chain of nested property calls to unwrap the resulting parameter value.  
Example: .Where<User>(u => u.UserName == User.Identity.Name)
- Added an UnsupportedException if user tries to include a function call in their Where expression.  The exception provides brief user-friendly instructions to replace the function call with the resulting value.
Example of an unsupported call: .Where<User>(u => u.UserName = GetCurrentUserName());

v3.32
- Fixed a typo in the IDataMapper interface (Queryable<T>).

v3.31
- I messed up the v3.30 Nuget package by packaging the wrong version of the dll.  (So if you couldn't figure out where the new Queryable<T>() method was, that's why!)

v3.30
- now implements IQueryable<T>.  (Previous versions implemented standard Linq methods, as well as some more customized methods (like .AndWhere), but did not actually implement IQueryable<T>.  The more powerful db.Query<T>() is still available for the most control.  db.Queryable<T>() will return the IQueryable<T> implementation.)

- Eager loaded and lazy loaded fields now honor the Graph query method: db.Query().Graph(...)
Summary: calling Query<T>() without .Graph(...) only loads the root level entities.  Adding .Graph() with no parameters will load all child relationships.  Adding .Graph(...) with one or more child entity lambda expressions will load only the explicitly specified child relationships.

Dependencies

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
3.48.0 481 9/15/2015
3.47.0 347 4/19/2015
3.46.0 198 4/19/2015
3.45.0 193 4/19/2015
3.44.0 226 4/2/2015
3.43.0 222 3/22/2015
3.42.0 242 3/6/2015
3.41.0 206 3/4/2015
3.40.0 207 3/3/2015
3.39.0 215 3/2/2015
3.38.0 225 2/10/2015
3.37.0 221 2/9/2015
3.36.0 202 2/7/2015
3.35.0 192 2/7/2015
3.34.0 238 1/29/2015
3.33.0 (current version) 211 1/26/2015
3.32.0 201 1/25/2015
3.31.0 206 1/25/2015
3.30.0 201 1/25/2015
3.22.0 224 1/20/2015
3.20.0 461 10/12/2013
3.19.0 293 5/22/2013
3.18.0 247 5/3/2013
3.17.4747.34302 291 12/31/2012
3.15.4493.35539 680 4/21/2012
3.14.4476.37307 296 4/4/2012
3.13.4394.2793 425 1/12/2012
3.12.4391.129 249 1/9/2012
3.11.4386.41359 253 1/5/2012
3.10.4385.23576 261 1/3/2012
3.10.4384.37495 244 1/3/2012
3.9.4212.33537 569 9/27/2011
3.9.4201.35525 312 7/4/2011
3.8.4183.745 333 6/15/2011
3.6.4165.15516 318 5/28/2011
3.4.4113.39059 417 4/7/2011
3.4.4099.36606 382 3/24/2011
3.3.4095.39144 361 3/20/2011
3.3.4094.18948 356 3/18/2011
3.3.4092.18182 449 3/16/2011
3.3.4085.33025 391 3/9/2011
3.3.4085.31481 364 3/9/2011
3.3.4084.18411 368 3/8/2011
3.3.4083.30500 366 3/7/2011
3.2.4083.23900 379 3/7/2011
3.2.4080.23422 378 3/4/2011
3.2.4080.1242 375 3/4/2011
3.1.4076.882 409 2/28/2011
3.1.4075.42598 396 2/28/2011
2.7.4064.42994 422 2/17/2011
2.6.0 489 2/14/2011
2.5.0 501 2/14/2011
2.4.0 488 2/14/2011
2.3.4059.22186 429 2/11/2011
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