Last updated at 23 March 2018 | Published at 05 March 2018
Now that you’ve got your
MessageDispatcher in place
you’re ready to bootstrap your
AggregateRootRepository is the main interface of EventSauce. It’s where
you get your aggregate root from and where you persist (persist recorded events)
it. When you’re retrieving an aggregate root from the repository it’s responsible
for fetching the associated events from the
MessageRepository and using that
to create an aggregate root. This process is commonly referred to as
reconstituting an aggregate root.
The default implementation shipped in EventSauce is the
This repository is a sane default implementation and also serves as a reference
implementation for if/when you want to create your own implementation.
<?php use EventSauce\EventSourcing\ConstructingAggregateRootRepository; $aggregateRootRepository = new ConstructingAggregateRootRepository( YourAggregateRootClass::class, $messageRepository, $messageDispatcher );
Now you’re ready to start modelling! For more information about how you do this, read the lifecycle documentation.