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LINQ to SQL has been effectively end-of-life since 2009. It was never ported to .NET Core or .NET 5/6/...
The recommended workaround is to switch to using Entity Framework Core. But that's obviously a huge change, and will require a lot of testing, since some of your queries may no longer work, and the behaviour will be different in some cases.
I wonder if anyone here has experience with the Betfair web APIs. The developer forum at Betfart does not provide access for Swedish users like me. My question revolves around this other persons issues: this^
The thing is I am using the recommended listMarketBook but subsequent (slow: 1 req / 20 sec) requests still give timstamps sometimes jumping backwards (up to 2-3 minutes) a market volumes totalTraded sometimes decreasing accordingly. So I get data from a random timepoint within the last few minutes.
How can I get uncached replies? I am using the REST API, would the Remote IPC give other replies?
I am using the unpaid access to the API. I was expecting latencies similar to regular browser access. If this assumption is wrong what API on Earth is the regular Betfair page using?
"If we don't change direction, we'll end up where we're going"
On that page you linked I read both the "With Shell Access" and the "Without Shell Access" sections and I'm thoroughly confused.
I created a .Net ASP.Net Web API and hosted it in IIS on my client's server. I'm not sure which of these two options I need.
The bottom line here is that I'm completely clueless about certifications and how to enable things in my Xamarin Forms app. I don't even know where to start learning. I've been Googling but the results are all over the board.
If it's not broken, fix it until it is.
Everything makes sense in someone's mind.
Ya can't fix stupid.