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// Copyright (c) .NET Foundation. All rights reserved.
// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See License.txt in the project root for license information.
using System;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.Threading;
using System.Threading.Tasks;
using JetBrains.Annotations;
using Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Diagnostics;
using Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Infrastructure;
using Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Internal;
using Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Metadata;
using Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Query;
using Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Storage;
using Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Update;
using Microsoft.Extensions.DependencyInjection;
namespace Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.ChangeTracking.Internal
{
/// <summary>
/// <para>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </para>
/// <para>
/// The service lifetime is <see cref="ServiceLifetime.Scoped" />. This means that each
/// <see cref="DbContext" /> instance will use its own instance of this service.
/// The implementation may depend on other services registered with any lifetime.
/// The implementation does not need to be thread-safe.
/// </para>
/// </summary>
public interface IStateManager : IResettableService
{
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
StateManagerDependencies Dependencies { get; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
CascadeTiming DeleteOrphansTiming { get; set; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
CascadeTiming CascadeDeleteTiming { get; set; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
bool SavingChanges { get; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry GetOrCreateEntry([NotNull] object entity);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry GetOrCreateEntry([NotNull] object entity, [NotNull] IEntityType entityType);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry CreateEntry([NotNull] IDictionary<string, object> values, [NotNull] IEntityType entityType);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry StartTrackingFromQuery(
[NotNull] IEntityType baseEntityType,
[NotNull] object entity,
in ValueBuffer valueBuffer);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry TryGetEntry([NotNull] IKey key, [NotNull] object[] keyValues);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry TryGetEntry([NotNull] IKey key, [NotNull] object[] keyValues, bool throwOnNullKey, out bool hasNullKey);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry TryGetEntry([NotNull] object entity, bool throwOnNonUniqueness = true);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry TryGetEntry([NotNull] object entity, [NotNull] IEntityType type, bool throwOnTypeMismatch = true);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IEnumerable<InternalEntityEntry> Entries { get; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IEnumerable<InternalEntityEntry> GetEntriesForState(
bool added = false,
bool modified = false,
bool deleted = false,
bool unchanged = false);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
int GetCountForState(
bool added = false,
bool modified = false,
bool deleted = false,
bool unchanged = false);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
int Count { get; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IEnumerable<TEntity> GetNonDeletedEntities<TEntity>()
where TEntity : class;
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
int ChangedCount { get; set; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IInternalEntityEntryNotifier InternalEntityEntryNotifier { get; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
void StateChanging([NotNull] InternalEntityEntry entry, EntityState newState);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IValueGenerationManager ValueGenerationManager { get; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
DbContext Context { get; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IModel Model { get; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IEntityMaterializerSource EntityMaterializerSource { get; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry StartTracking([NotNull] InternalEntityEntry entry);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
void StopTracking([NotNull] InternalEntityEntry entry, EntityState oldState);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
void RecordReferencedUntrackedEntity(
[NotNull] object referencedEntity, [NotNull] INavigation navigation, [NotNull] InternalEntityEntry referencedFromEntry);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IEnumerable<Tuple<INavigation, InternalEntityEntry>> GetRecordedReferrers([NotNull] object referencedEntity, bool clear);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry FindPrincipal([NotNull] InternalEntityEntry dependentEntry, [NotNull] IForeignKey foreignKey);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry FindPrincipalUsingPreStoreGeneratedValues(
[NotNull] InternalEntityEntry dependentEntry, [NotNull] IForeignKey foreignKey);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
InternalEntityEntry FindPrincipalUsingRelationshipSnapshot(
[NotNull] InternalEntityEntry dependentEntry, [NotNull] IForeignKey foreignKey);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
void UpdateIdentityMap([NotNull] InternalEntityEntry entry, [NotNull] IKey principalKey);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
void UpdateDependentMap([NotNull] InternalEntityEntry entry, [NotNull] IForeignKey foreignKey);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IEnumerable<IUpdateEntry> GetDependentsFromNavigation(
[NotNull] IUpdateEntry principalEntry, [NotNull] IForeignKey foreignKey);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IEnumerable<IUpdateEntry> GetDependents([NotNull] IUpdateEntry principalEntry, [NotNull] IForeignKey foreignKey);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IEnumerable<IUpdateEntry> GetDependentsUsingRelationshipSnapshot(
[NotNull] IUpdateEntry principalEntry, [NotNull] IForeignKey foreignKey);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IList<IUpdateEntry> GetEntriesToSave(bool cascadeChanges);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
int SaveChanges(bool acceptAllChangesOnSuccess);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
Task<int> SaveChangesAsync(bool acceptAllChangesOnSuccess, CancellationToken cancellationToken = default);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
void AcceptAllChanges();
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IEntityFinder CreateEntityFinder([NotNull] IEntityType entityType);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
void Unsubscribe();
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
event EventHandler<EntityTrackedEventArgs> Tracked;
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
void OnTracked([NotNull] InternalEntityEntry internalEntityEntry, bool fromQuery);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
event EventHandler<EntityStateChangedEventArgs> StateChanged;
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
void OnStateChanged([NotNull] InternalEntityEntry internalEntityEntry, EntityState oldState);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
bool SensitiveLoggingEnabled { get; }
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
void CascadeChanges(bool force);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
void CascadeDelete([NotNull] InternalEntityEntry entry, bool force, [CanBeNull] IEnumerable<IForeignKey> foreignKeys = null);
/// <summary>
/// This is an internal API that supports the Entity Framework Core infrastructure and not subject to
/// the same compatibility standards as public APIs. It may be changed or removed without notice in
/// any release. You should only use it directly in your code with extreme caution and knowing that
/// doing so can result in application failures when updating to a new Entity Framework Core release.
/// </summary>
IDiagnosticsLogger<DbLoggerCategory.Update> UpdateLogger { get; }
}
}
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