Dapper: usa la multimapping con puntos de división distintos de Id

dapper

Pregunta

Sé que esto es similar al uso correcto de Multimapping en Dapper , pero creo que es ligeramente diferente.

Tengo la siguiente estructura de POCO:

public class Customer
{
    public int customerkey { get; set; }
    public string FirstName { get; set; }
    public string LastName { get; set; }
    public string EmailAddress { get; set; }
    public List<Invoice> Invoices { get; set; }
    public int statekey { get; set; }
    public State State { get; set; }

    public Customer()
    {
        this.Invoices = new List<Invoice>();
    }
}

public class Invoice
{
    public int customerinvoicekey { get; set; }
    public int customerkey { get; set; }
    public int Number { get; set; }
    public string Description { get; set; }
    public int Total { get; set; }
    public int statuskey { get; set; }
    public State State { get; set; }
}

public class State
{   
    public int statekey { get; set; }
    public string Description { get; set; }
}

Intento mapear esto usando Dapper y no estoy usando Id para mis puntos de división. Puedo hacer que funcione si doblo las teclas, pero no estoy seguro de por qué tengo que hacer eso.

Por qué funciona esto:

const string commandText =
        @"SELECT 
        A.customerkey, A.FirstName, A.LastName, A.EmailAddress, A.statuskey,
        C.statuskey, C.Description,
        B.customerinvoicekey, B.customerkey, B.Number, B.Description, B.Total, B.statuskey,
        D.statuskey, D.Description
        FROM Web.TestCustomers2 A
        INNER JOIN Web.TestCustomerInvoices2 B ON A.customerkey = B.customerkey
        INNER JOIN Web.TestStatus2 C ON A.statuskey = C.statuskey
        INNER JOIN Web.TestStatus2 D ON B.statuskey = D.statuskey
        ORDER BY A.customerkey";

        var customers = new List<Customer>();
        Customer currentCustomer = null;
        db.Connection.Query<Customer, State, Invoice, State, Customer>(commandText,
            (customer, customerstate, invoice, invoicestate) =>
            {
                if (currentCustomer == null || currentCustomer.customerkey != customer.customerkey)
                {
                    customers.Add(customer);
                    currentCustomer = customer;
                }
                invoice.State = invoicestate;
                currentCustomer.Invoices.Add(invoice);
                currentCustomer.State = customerstate;
                return currentCustomer;
            }, splitOn: "statuskey,customerinvoicekey,statuskey");

Pero esto no funciona (dejando de lado la selección de la tecla de estado en A y B):

const string commandText =
        @"SELECT 
        A.customerkey, A.FirstName, A.LastName, A.EmailAddress,
        C.statuskey, C.Description,
        B.customerinvoicekey, B.customerkey, B.Number, B.Description, B.Total,
        D.statuskey, D.Description
        FROM Web.TestCustomers2 A
        INNER JOIN Web.TestCustomerInvoices2 B ON A.customerkey = B.customerkey
        INNER JOIN Web.TestStatus2 C ON A.statuskey = C.statuskey
        INNER JOIN Web.TestStatus2 D ON B.statuskey = D.statuskey
        ORDER BY A.customerkey";

        var customers = new List<Customer>();
        Customer currentCustomer = null;
        db.Connection.Query<Customer, State, Invoice, State, Customer>(commandText,
            (customer, customerstate, invoice, invoicestate) =>
            {
                if (currentCustomer == null || currentCustomer.customerkey != customer.customerkey)
                {
                    customers.Add(customer);
                    currentCustomer = customer;
                }
                invoice.State = invoicestate;
                currentCustomer.Invoices.Add(invoice);
                currentCustomer.State = customerstate;
                return currentCustomer;
            }, splitOn: "statuskey,customerinvoicekey,statuskey");

Respuesta popular

¿De dónde viene exactamente customerinvoicekey ?

Su modelo afirma que la clave para la tabla es public int customerkey { get; set; } .

Si divide en una columna que no está en sus modelos, el comportamiento de las funciones de mapeo múltiple no está definido.



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