How to Handle Multiple Commands in the Same Transaction

2023-03-17

In this article, Oskar Dudycz explains how to handle two commands or change two aggregates in one transaction using ASP.NET and Marten, a NoSQL document database. He discusses the importance of consistency and niche project management, and provides a code example for creating a workspace in a Jira-like software. Dudycz also discusses the classical event-driven way and the potential ineffectiveness of using asynchronous processes together with outbox pattern in certain situations. Ultimately, the approach to handling multiple commands in the same transaction depends on the specific project requirements and needs.

Link [ https://event-driven.io/en/simple_transactional_command_orchestration/ ]

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How to Handle Multiple Commands in the Same Transaction

2023-03-17

In this article, Oskar Dudycz explains how to handle two commands or change two aggregates in one transaction using ASP.NET and Marten, a NoSQL document database. He discusses the importance of consistency and niche project management, and provides a code example for creating a workspace in a Jira-like software. Dudycz also discusses the classical event-driven way and the potential ineffectiveness of using asynchronous processes together with outbox pattern in certain situations. Ultimately, the approach to handling multiple commands in the same transaction depends on the specific project requirements and needs.

Link [ https://event-driven.io/en/simple_transactional_command_orchestration/ ]

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