The summary below describes major new features, items of note and breaking changes. The full list of issues is also available for those with access to the Encodo issue tracker.
DateTimeExtensions.GetDayOfWeek()had a leap-day bug (QNO-5051)
GenericObjectsis calculated, which fixes sorting issues in grids, specifically for non-persisted or transient objects (QNO-5137)
IAccessControlAPI for getting groups and users and testing membership (QNO-5133)
aliaswhen calling the
Joinmethod, as shown below,
query.Join(Metadata.Project.Deputy, alias: "deputy")
You can find more examples of aliased queries in the
TestJoinChildTwice() defined in the
QueryTests testing fixture.
IQueryAnalyzerfor optimizations and in-memory mini-drivers (QNO-4830)
ISchemaManager has been removed. Instead, you should retrieve the interface you were looking for from the IOC. The possible interfaces you might need are
ISchemaManagerSettings.GetAuthorized() has been moved to
The hash-code fix for
GenericObjects may have an effect on the way your application sorts objects.The
IParticipantManager (base interface of
IAccessControl) no longer has a single method called
GetGroups(IParticipant). This method was previously used to get the groups to which a user belongs and the child groups of a given group. This confusing double duty for the API led to an incorrect implementation for both usages. Instead, there are now two methods:
IEnumerable<IGroup> GetGroups(IUser user): Gets the groups for the given user
IEnumerable<IGroup> GetChildGroups(IGroup group): Gets the child groups for the given group
The old method has been removed from the interface because (A) it never worked correctly anyway and (B) it conflicts with the new API.
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