Hello, I am just wondering if it is possible to create an in memory embedded version of the event store instance in .NET for testing purposes? I trying to write some unit tests that executes on a build server which does not have the eventstore installed.
Either look at mini node in ES source or process.start with --in-memory
Sorry for terse reply, on phone!
Have a look at MiniNode.cs in the EventStore Github project:
I took a quick look at it and tried to import it into my own project. It seems like there are a lot of dependencies required to get this to work and there are some mismatch in method signatures. I suspect it is probably because I am running version 2.0.1 of the event store?
I tried doing this on version 2.0.1 of the event store and I am not quite sure if it is working. Does that version support this feature?
Yes this code is from version 3.x. Not sure if any official post-2.01 binaries exist, any news on that James?
As suggested you could start a new Event Store process holding data only in memory for your tests, or you could use the 2.01 version of MiniNode:
I just found out that in memory db functionality was added after 2.01
That’s okay. It is not that urgent for me to have this. I could probably wait for version 3.x to be released. Thanks guys!
I’m pretty sure --mem-db existed before 2.01. I know I played with it way before that.