Telerik.DataAccess.Fluent 2014.2.918.1

The Telerik.DataAccess.Fluent NuGet package is designed for projects containing classes that are stored using Telerik Data Access. It can be utilized for defining your data access model using the code-only Fluent Mapping.

It provides the assembly references and project enhancements made by the Telerik Data Access Enhancer tool during the build process, required by Telerik Data Access runtime.

If you need a NuGet package for a project only consuming Telerik Data Access model from another assembly, the Telerik.DataAccess.Core NuGet package which contains the Telerik Data Access runtime assemblies necessary to work with Telerik Data Access persistent objects is sufficient and can be used instead.

Telerik Data Access helps defining mapping and executing create, retrieve, update and delete operations for your data access classes and database tables. It allows you to consume stored procedures and functions.

There is a newer version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package Telerik.DataAccess.Fluent -Version 2014.2.918.1
dotnet add package Telerik.DataAccess.Fluent --version 2014.2.918.1
<PackageReference Include="Telerik.DataAccess.Fluent" Version="2014.2.918.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Telerik.DataAccess.Fluent --version 2014.2.918.1
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Release Notes

New
- Service Stack service layer code generation - The Telerik Data Access Add Service Wizard can now generate an extensible ServiceStack service layer based on a selected Telerik Data Access Model.
- Handling for DateTimeOffset methods and properties in LINQ - The handling of methods and properties on DateTimeOffset CLR type is now implemented and leads to the same SQL as DateTime methods/properties

Fixed
- Runtime: ContainsExtended not working with joined expressions, leading to NullReferenceException</strong> - A paramList.Contains(x.persistentField) was not handled correctly when done on a joined expression.
Example:
var paramList = Enumerable.Repeat("a", 501); // more than 500 entries needed to trigger temporary table Contains handling
var query = from b in context.Bs
   join e in context.Es on b.Id equals e.Id
   where paramList.Contains(b.field1) && e.status != 200
   select new { Field1 = b.Id, Field2 = e.Status };
A NullReferenceException used to occur while calculating a join to the temporary table, which does not have primary keys.
- RelationalConnectionPool can write false error log entries when connection waiting thread was interrupted - When the managed connection pool is used by an application, the connection pool is emptied so that threads block and wait for a connection, and that waiting threads is interrupted, the runtime might write wrong entries in the application log for "Forced Garbage Collection to free dangling connections.". The original entry is still valid, yet the condition was not reset.
- Runtime: Wrong string converter used for default mapped string properties - Now string properties mapped with Fluent Mapping without specifying character encoding will be use Non-Unicode value converter to match their Non-Unicode string encoding.
- Runtime: HighLow key generator does not work correctly when ReadWithoutTransactions is used - When ReadWithoutTransactions is turned on, the HighLow key generator mechanism did not protect itself properly against concurrent usage, leading to DuplicateKeyExceptions.

NOTE: These Release Notes include only the runtime changes in the particular Telerik Data Access release. For the full list of changes please refer to the Telerik web site ( http://www.telerik.com/support/whats-new/data-access/release-history ).

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
2018.0.1127.1 25,581 12/19/2018
2018.0.911.1 5,819 9/20/2018
2016.2.822.1 121,167 9/29/2016
2016.1.224.1 25,442 3/21/2016
2015.3.1221.1 25,580 12/23/2015
2015.3.926.1 16,769 9/30/2015
2015.2.624.2 10,398 9/18/2015
2015.2.624.1 14,809 6/24/2015
2015.1.225.2 1,515 9/18/2015
2015.1.225.1 23,574 2/25/2015
2014.3.1209.2 412 9/18/2015
2014.3.1209.1 2,239 12/15/2014
2014.3.1027.1 2,345 10/27/2014
2014.2.918.1 2,251 9/24/2014
2014.2.711.1 3,369 7/21/2014
2014.2.617.2 607 6/18/2014
2014.1.403.2 1,535 4/9/2014
2014.1.225.3 539 3/12/2014
2014.1.225.2 693 2/26/2014
2013.3.1320.1 1,015 1/28/2014
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