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PersistenceId type to clarify difference between persistenceId and entityId #25703

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patriknw opened this Issue Sep 30, 2018 · 0 comments

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PersistenceId type to differentiate between persistenceId and entityId,
#25703

* both entityId (for sharding) and persistenceId as String types was easy
  mix-up
* utility method in EntityTypeKey to concatenaty the type and entityId to
  a unique persistenceId

patriknw added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 9, 2018

PersistenceId type to differentiate between persistenceId and entityId,
#25703

* both entityId (for sharding) and persistenceId as String types was easy
  mix-up
* utility method in EntityTypeKey to concatenaty the type and entityId to
  a unique persistenceId

@patriknw patriknw added this to Reviewing in Akka Typed Oct 15, 2018

patriknw added a commit that referenced this issue Oct 17, 2018

PersistenceId type to differentiate between persistenceId and entityId,
#25703 (#25704)

* PersistenceId type to differentiate between persistenceId and entityId, #25703

* both entityId (for sharding) and persistenceId as String types was easy
  mix-up
* utility method in EntityTypeKey to concatenaty the type and entityId to
  a unique persistenceId

* support custom separator to enable compatilbility with Lagom's javadsl

@patriknw patriknw added this to the 2.5.18 milestone Oct 18, 2018

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@patriknw patriknw moved this from Reviewing to Done in Akka Typed Oct 18, 2018

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