Hi Demis, as I'm looking at implementing the sample code and AuthRepository, however, I've got a small issue.
The design is to have different mongo db for different session, depending on the MVC route (POC for multi-tenant).
Perhaps you can enlighten me a little on how to design the AuthRepository with dynamic database connection?
Thanks in advance.
On Tuesday, 1 May 2012 08:49:17 UTC+8, mythz wrote:
As ServiceStack's IOC isn't tied to any particular technology, getting it to work with MongoDb shouldn't be any different to what you're use to.
Here's something IOC registration found off the InterWebs:
var connString = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings["MONGOHQ_URL"]; var databaseName = connString.Split('/').Last(); var server = MongoServer.Create(connString); var database = server.GetDatabase(databaseName); if (!database.CollectionExists("Messages")) database.CreateCollection("Messages"); container.Register<MongoServer>(server); container.Register<MongoDatabase>(database); container.Register<MongoCollection<Message>>(database.GetCollection<Message>("Messages"));
As for having it work as a ServiceStack Auth backend, it just needs to implement IUserAuthRepository, here's the OrmLite and Redis UserAuthRepo back-ends you can use for inspiration :)