y=1and see what happens.
@akashlal it did answer my question and question wasn't properly formed it was about how do you create actor for single task, but issue I created to Coyote repo and answer you added there also answered that with an example. I'm evaluation Coyote for our app company I work for is building. What we have is just normal app with with React UI and API similar to REST. It's going to be multi-tenant app where tenants can register them self. I'm just trying to get my head around how Coyote works and how could we integrate to it to our app.
I'm still having little bit of trouble understanding how would we write tests all those events we will be sending from our API controllers to actor runtime using Coyote tests. Those event classes might be coming from JSON deserialization. Example we might have CommentCreateEvent that would contain Text property that should not be null, empty or over certain length. Should we use Coyote randoms to init properties like that so they will randomly have any of null, empty, ok (a valid value) or over max length value?
We would also like to write permission and authorization checking system using actor model. Example if I send GetChannelEvent and it would contain current workspace id, channel id to get and current user Id, how could I have shared authorization code to check If sending GetChannelEvent for that specific channel id is valid for current user? I mean is the a way to somehow forward it to permissions checking actors first? In our current proof of concept app we use MediatR and we do permissions checking in it's pipeline.
I don't follow you authorization example. Decide first on breaking up the logic of your application into actors (e.g., one actor designated to do permissions-checking), then write the tests as if you are simulating a real workload through the system. In general, a coyote test can exercise multiple actors.
@lovettchris what I was thinking that we would write most of our app with Task based concurrency (using Coyote Tasks) and then write our caching system in same process using actors and Coyote Tasks would call into caching actor system in same process. Is this possible?
Note that you cannot use the above two programming models at the same time in the same process.
Makes me think it's not possible to do.
@Chobbly_gitlab Yes, 3.1 is coming. To quote @pdeligia
Regarding netcoreapp2.2, we plan to change to a netcoreapp3.1 target (which is LTS, https://dotnet.microsoft.com/download/visual-studio-sdks, 2.2 is now end-of-life)