MarrDataMapper 3.40.0

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

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Install-Package MarrDataMapper -Version 3.40.0
dotnet add package MarrDataMapper --version 3.40.0
paket add MarrDataMapper --version 3.40.0
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Release Notes

v3.40
Improved Graph method so that it automatically includes parent nodes in the object graph if they were added manually.
Ex:
Graph(o => o.OrderItem.First().Receipt) will automatically include the parent path:
o => o.Orderitem

v3.39
- Fixed bug that prevented Linq Where expressions from working if the constant value was on the left side of the equality expression (==)
- Fixed exception that was thrown when a member existed at multiple levels of an object graph
- Improved exception message when members are requested via Graph function that do not already have a relationship defined.

v3.38
- Added a new RelationshipLoadException that details the parent and child entities when an eager load, lazy load or join fails
- An NotSupportedException is now thrown if both eager loaded and joined relationships are defined within the same entity.
- Fixed bug with FluentMappings AutoMap methods: read-only columns are ignored.

v3.37
- Generic interface types are now supported for related one-to-many properties. Ex: IEnumerable<OrderItem> OrderItems

- Fixed exception that occurred when trying to load an object graph using a combination of eager/lazy loaded relationship with a join relationship.
(This only applied to object graphs with two or more levels of relationships.)
User should be able to specify any combination of the above relationships in an object graph.

Dependencies

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
3.48.0 634 9/15/2015
3.47.0 397 4/19/2015
3.46.0 248 4/19/2015
3.45.0 246 4/19/2015
3.44.0 278 4/2/2015
3.43.0 273 3/22/2015
3.42.0 294 3/6/2015
3.41.0 258 3/4/2015
3.40.0 260 3/3/2015
3.39.0 266 3/2/2015
3.38.0 272 2/10/2015
3.37.0 272 2/9/2015
3.36.0 257 2/7/2015
3.35.0 249 2/7/2015
3.34.0 285 1/29/2015
3.33.0 258 1/26/2015
3.32.0 248 1/25/2015
3.31.0 253 1/25/2015
3.30.0 248 1/25/2015
3.22.0 271 1/20/2015
3.20.0 510 10/12/2013
3.19.0 341 5/22/2013
3.18.0 299 5/3/2013
3.17.4747.34302 348 12/31/2012
3.15.4493.35539 747 4/21/2012
3.14.4476.37307 366 4/4/2012
3.13.4394.2793 511 1/12/2012
3.12.4391.129 336 1/9/2012
3.11.4386.41359 341 1/5/2012
3.10.4385.23576 351 1/3/2012
3.10.4384.37495 333 1/3/2012
3.9.4212.33537 667 9/27/2011
3.9.4201.35525 413 7/4/2011
3.8.4183.745 432 6/15/2011
3.6.4165.15516 425 5/28/2011
3.4.4113.39059 552 4/7/2011
3.4.4099.36606 519 3/24/2011
3.3.4095.39144 514 3/20/2011
3.3.4094.18948 506 3/18/2011
3.3.4092.18182 642 3/16/2011
3.3.4085.33025 542 3/9/2011
3.3.4085.31481 510 3/9/2011
3.3.4084.18411 521 3/8/2011
3.3.4083.30500 507 3/7/2011
3.2.4083.23900 525 3/7/2011
3.2.4080.23422 534 3/4/2011
3.2.4080.1242 536 3/4/2011
3.1.4076.882 567 2/28/2011
3.1.4075.42598 550 2/28/2011
2.7.4064.42994 600 2/17/2011
2.6.0 643 2/14/2011
2.5.0 660 2/14/2011
2.4.0 644 2/14/2011
2.3.4059.22186 586 2/11/2011
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