Class ConcurrentMemoryDestination

A destination in memory - it will store all data in a BlockingCollection<T> The BlockingCollection<T> allows you to access the data concurrently while rows are still written into the target. If you don't need to work with your data before the flow finishes, you can use the MemoryDestination which uses a regular List<T>.

Inheritance
System.Object
DataFlowDestination<System.Dynamic.ExpandoObject>
MemoryDestination<System.Dynamic.ExpandoObject>
ConcurrentMemoryDestination<System.Dynamic.ExpandoObject>
ConcurrentMemoryDestination
Inherited Members
System.Object.Equals(System.Object)
System.Object.Equals(System.Object, System.Object)
System.Object.GetHashCode()
System.Object.GetType()
System.Object.MemberwiseClone()
System.Object.ReferenceEquals(System.Object, System.Object)
System.Object.ToString()
Namespace: ETLBox.DataFlow.Connectors
Assembly: ETLBox.dll
Syntax
    public class ConcurrentMemoryDestination : ConcurrentMemoryDestination<ExpandoObject>, ILoggableTask, IDataFlowLogging, IDataFlowDestination<ExpandoObject>, IDataFlowDestination, IDataFlowComponent

Constructors

ConcurrentMemoryDestination()

Declaration
    public ConcurrentMemoryDestination()

Implements