When using Entity Framework Core for data access all database exceptions are wrapped in DbUpdateException. If you need to know whether the exception was caused
In the previous article I introduced EntityFramework.Exceptions, a library which simplifies handling exceptions in Entity Framework Core but the library had one important limitation. In order to use it you had to inherit your custom DbContext from ExceptionProcessorContextBase class. This means that if you wanted to use some other base class for your DbContext you were out of luck. The latest version of the library solves this issue by
Handle database errors easily when working with Entity Framework Core. Supports SQLServer, PostgreSQL, Oracle, SQLite and MySql
When using Entity Framework Core for data access all database exceptions are wrapped in DbUpdateException. If you need to know whether the exception was caused by a unique constraint, value being too long or value missing for a required column you need to dig into the concrete DbException subclass instance and check the error number to determine the exact cause.
EntityFramework.Exceptions simplifies this by handling all the database specific details and throwing different exceptions for different cases. All you have to do is