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Add extension method to hook CSLA into ASP.NET Core IServiceCollection #982

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rockfordlhotka opened this issue Nov 13, 2018 · 0 comments

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@rockfordlhotka rockfordlhotka commented Nov 13, 2018

CSLA needs an extension method for the IServiceCollection type so it naturally fits into the Startup.cs flow in AspNetCore.

Something like this:

  public static class CslaExtensions
  {
    public static CslaConfiguration AddCsla(this IServiceCollection sc)
    {
      // add servicedescriptor to sc collection
      return sc;
    }
  }
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@rockfordlhotka rockfordlhotka changed the title Add extension method for CSLA<->aspnetcore config Add extension method to hook CSLA into ASP.NET Core IServiceCollection Nov 27, 2018
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…ervice for use in .NET Core DI scenarios
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