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SQL Persistence - MySQL dialect

Component: Sql Persistence
Target Version: NServiceBus 7.x

Supported database versions

SQL persistence supports MySQL 5.7 and above, as well as AWS Aurora MySQL. It does not support lower versions due to the use of JSON Data Type.

Usage

Using the MySql.Data NuGet Package.

var connection = "server=localhost;user=root;database=dbname;port=3306;password=pass;AllowUserVariables=True;AutoEnlist=false";
var persistence = endpointConfiguration.UsePersistence<SqlPersistence>();
var subscriptions = persistence.SubscriptionSettings();
subscriptions.CacheFor(TimeSpan.FromMinutes(1));
persistence.SqlDialect<SqlDialect.MySql>();
persistence.ConnectionBuilder(
    connectionBuilder: () =>
    {
        return new MySqlConnection(connection);
    });

Unicode support

SQL persistence itself supports Unicode characters, however data may become corrupted during saving if the database settings are incorrect. If Unicode support is required, follow the guidelines for each database engine. In particular set the correct character set and collation for databases storing persistence data.

Refer to the dedicated MySQL documentation for details.

Supported name lengths

SQL persistence automatically generates names of database objects such as tables, indexes and procedures used internally. Every database engine has its own rules and limitations regarding maximum allowed name length.

MySQL supports max. 64 characters.