Hello I am working on a project where I must be able to display information recorded via a form in a datatable without going through the registration of the database, I suppose that it will be to record the information in a list to browse it and display the information in the datatable. but I really don't know how to do it. and is it already possible?
Now every now and then, due to maintenance task in our UAT servers, the Database is offline for a little while.
If that ever happen while someone try to connect to the DB, anyservice that need that DbContext fail with the same exception. Regardless whether the DB is back online or not.
We need to restart the app to fix that.
Now I wonder.. is there a way to fix that? (A way that doesn't involve restarting our app!)
It was DI for Startup.Configure() which prevented the application from running.
DI itself is fine and as expected!
Hi all, how do I set a route ( or attribute or whatever ) so I can call this method which is present in a net core api controller ? assume my controller is called MyController - I've googled endlessly and can't find a simple answer
I would like to be able to access it something like this
public ActionResult<Actuator> GetAValue(int id)
// businesslayer is my DAL and is instantiated in my controller c'torreturn businessLayer.GetAValue(id);
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If it's possible, how would I control things like redirect users to a certain page upon successful login or better yet prevent users from accessing any page other than the login page if they're not logged in?
Remember that I did not mention MVC or Web Form. If it is possible to secure my project without using MVC controllers or web form, how would I authorize users after successful logins?
I guess my question is not very clear. What I meant is can a web project folder and web files (.cshtml, web.config, etc.) be generated using functions we write in a Web API after the Web API project has been built and deployed to the server.
Basically the question is, can we send a call to the Web API functions at run time to create a web project folder and web files dynamically (meaning this happens after building and deploying our Web API project to the server).