Whilst standard FluentValidate rules work, when we apply restrictions with rulesets, the latest versions of ServiceStack and FluentValidate get in conflict, this code does not compile because ApplyTo.Put does not match with the expected parameter type, which is the "string":
public class CustomerValidator: AbstractValidator<CustomerRequest>
RuleSet(ApplyTo.Put, () =>
RuleFor(x => x.Id).NotEmpty();
RuleFor(x => x.Name).NotEmpty();
I'm not clear on what the issue is, this code does compile assuming CustomerRequest has both Id and Name properties?
It does not compile with my references that I installed just yesterday
Wait are you trying to use the external FluentValidation library? You can't do that, you need to use the interned version that's built into ServiceStack.
OK, thanks. It wasn't clear for me from the docs.