Implementation asp identity with #Sharp. Registration of ISession.

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Javier Romero

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May 29, 2015, 11:54:16 AM5/29/15
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I'm using #Sharp 3.01 and I'm trying to implement Nhibernate Aspnet Identity. 
I have some projects working fine but those use #Sharp 2.x ... 

When I debug the app I got this error message: 


Can't create component 'userStore' as it has dependencies to be satisfied.

'userStore' is waiting for the following dependencies:
- Service 'NHibernate.ISession' which was not registered.



The userStore component is called in the Install method for Identity Installer: 
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public class IdentityInstaller : IWindsorInstaller
    {
        #region Public Methods and Operators

        public void Install(IWindsorContainer container, IConfigurationStore store)
        {
            container.Register(
                Component.For(typeof(IUserStore<>))
                    .ImplementedBy(typeof(UserStore<>))
                    .Named("userStore")
                    .LifestylePerWebRequest());
            container.Register(
                Component.For(typeof(IRoleStore<>))
                    .ImplementedBy(typeof(RoleStore<>))
                    .Named("roleStore")
                    .LifestylePerWebRequest());
            container.Register(
                Component.For(typeof(UserManager<>))
                    .ImplementedBy(typeof(UserManager<>))
                    .Named("userManager")
                    .LifestylePerWebRequest());
        }

        #endregion
    }

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This kind of error is new for me. Someone please give some advice about this.

Regards

Shatl

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May 29, 2015, 3:12:50 PM5/29/15
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Hi,
AFAIK ISession is not registered in container by default. I believe you expect it as constructor parameter.

Register it or use NHibernateSession.Current in your store.

Javier Romero

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May 29, 2015, 6:30:38 PM5/29/15
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Thanks.... 

I've registered the ISession and the problem is gone.
Like this:

container.Register(
    Component.For<ISessionFactory>()
        .UsingFactoryMethod(_ => NHibernateSession.GetDefaultSessionFactory()),
    Component.For<ISession>()
        .UsingFactoryMethod(k => k.Resolve<ISessionFactory>().OpenSession()));

Javier Romero

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Jun 2, 2015, 1:54:10 PM6/2/15
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It seems that the mapping of the models in the Nhibernate ASP.NET Identity does not work.
Because the test that generates the database schema does not contain the related tables. 

And when I need to query against de Repositories I got this error: 

Interceptor.OnPrepareStatement(SqlString) returned null or empty SqlString.


Maybe someone can help me. 
I need I guide about this.

Seif Attar

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Jun 2, 2015, 8:39:35 PM6/2/15
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What is the model? are the classes you are trying to map inheriiting from Entity or EntityWithTypedId? more code samples/info would be useful

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