Hi, I have a few questions regarding migration from 4.6 to 5.0 (5.0.6.1387):

  1. Where is the documentation regarding Dataobjects 5.0 ? The version online seems to be a copy of 4.6
  2. What do we do with [Transactional] and [NonTransactional] attributes ?
  3. How to upgrade 'enum' columns ? The database columnname seem to have changed in DO 5 from 'Type.MyEnumField' to 'MyEnumField'. Example : I have a type 'Request' with a column 'State' of type 'RequestState' (enum). This column was mapped in SQL in 4.6 as 'Request.State', it is now mapped in SQL in 5.0 as 'State'.
  4. Xtensive.Orm.Security can't upgrade from 4.6 to 5.0 (I fixed it temporarly editing the value in Metadata.Assembly
  5. TransactionScope.Transaction.ValidationContext doesn't exist. What is the replacement ?
  6. Same for Session.Current.DisableValidation(), what is the replacement ?

Others points regarding upgrade tp DO 5.0 I solved already :

  • PropertyConstraintAspect -> PropertyValidator
  • To use Postsharp 2 with DO 5.0, include PostSharp.targets before dataobjects.targets

Regards,

Benoit

asked Jan 08 '16 at 11:53

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Benoit Nesme
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Hello Benoit Nesme.

1) In many things documentation of 5.0 is similar to 4.6.

2) TransactionalAttribute and NotTransactionalAttribute are based on PostSharp. Due to PostSharp is no longer in use we removed them. In 5.0.x there is no something simmilar.

3) Enum fields has same names in 5.0 and 4.6. By default enum field Company.CompanyType will generate column with 'CompanyType' name of 'Company' table. Are there any [FieldMapping] attributes on those enum fields? If so, then you can keep mapping. DO might resolve it if names of fields are same. 4) You don't have to do it manually. DO checks registered assemblies. If any version of assemblies then DO try to find upgrader. Write something like


public class SecurityAssemblyUpgradeHandler : UpgradeHandler
  {
    public override Assembly Assembly
    {
      get { return typeof (GenericPrincipal).Assembly; }
    }

public override string AssemblyName
{
  get { return Assembly.GetName().Name; }
}

public override bool CanUpgradeFrom(string oldVersion)
{
  // you can filter specific versions of assembly here.
  // this implementation will be used for upgrade from any versions
  return true;
}

}

and don't forget to register it in domain

...
domainConfiguration.Types.Register(typeof (SecurityAssemblyUpgradeHandler));
...

Validation framework was reworked very much so, unfortunately, there is no access to ValidationContext (it is another ValidationContext now), also there is no any replacements for Session.DisableValidation(). If field has Constraint it will be validated on transaction committing or on changing of field value.

What for do you use ValidationContext and Session.DisableValidation() in 4.6? Maybe I can find some workaround for you.

answered Jan 11 '16 at 02:20

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Alexey Kulakov
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