If I am deploying my site on domain directly all static files are getting loaded and my website is running fine but as I am deploying my website in sub domain, none of the static file(css, fonts, js) is getting loaded.
googled first but do not find any suitable one. so looking for a details article on repository and data access code in dotnet core unit testing
where we will not use any 3rd part library like mock or effort rather use anything built-in.
anything exist such like ?
can we unit test repository and data access code with intellitrace ? share idea. thanks
First of all I'd ask why you don't want to use a mocking framework, it'll make your life a lot easier. However if you don't want to use one then you can use a technique called self-shunting. That is where the test class itself acts as the mocked object and you can write any code you want in your "mocked" methods.
In this brief example I have a ProductService class that uses an IProductRepository to access the products. There's only a simply Get method but it gives you the rough idea. So in my unit test I make the test class implement IProductRepository and I mock the Get method in the test class itself.
I just started to be assigned a work station that was low on memory so I accidently removed the wrong version of the .net framework. To correct the problem, I downloaded .net framework 4.0 since that is what the application uses. This web form application uses vb.net 2010 visual studio ide.
I problem is I probably downloaded the wrong version. The application probably was using a version number 4.3 I am guessing.
Thus I am trying to determine what I need to do to solve the problem.
Here is where the steps of where the problem lies:
'retarget the project to .net framework 4.0. After the project opens, you can retarget the
1. When I try to debug the application, I get the following error message:
”Retarget the project to .net framework 4.0.
Once I see the above message, I just click the OK button. I do not know where to point the application.
2. After that point I get lots of messages that look like the following:
AttendanceLetters\App_Code\mylistbox.vb(1): Build (web): Reference assemblies for target .NET Framework version not found; please ensure they are installed, or select a valid target version.
Thus to solve the problem can you tell me the following:
1. Can you tell me and/or point to a url (link) that will solve the problem tell me how and/or how to point the application to the correct target link?
2. If that is not possible, do I need to download some version of the .net framework that the application is expecting to see? If so, how can I tell what version the application is looking for?
3. If the above solutions do not work. should I uninstall the visual studio 2010 that is on this workstation and reinstall a new version so that the application can find the correct version of the .net framework?
4. If you have a different solution would you tell me what I should do to solve the problem?
Not sure if this is the correct forum to ask this, so if not, please let me know and I will have it changed.
I have created an API for my website that Godaddy hosts on a dedicated server. I have Wordpress installed and it's on a Linux server. I created the API in Visual Studio 2015 Community and ran tests on my local PC and it works as expected. Now, I need to put it online so I can test. I am planning on having it in my WPF desktop program that when the user clicks a button it will call the API and return the result. This API will check a database to see if the license code is there and if not already used. Currently, I have static code that will return a value and not connected to the database yet.
My question: Where on my website do I put files and what files go on the website? Also, how do I find out what the actual URL will be for my button click to call the API?
When you are building a list its items have two parts - text and value, text for display and value to select.
If you are building your list from database you have to decide how values are build, you can use the text as value too in which case text must be unique. If you want to use a text-value pair, you must ensure value is not null (which means that in this case the database must have proper values) - there is no other way, so you must choose...
If you can not change the way the data is, you must filter out those have no value or create a fallback, which uses the text in case value is null..
Skipper: We'll fix it. Alex: Fix it? How you gonna fix this? Skipper: Grit, spit and a whole lotta duct tape.
Let me try to explain this one more time, hopefully better.
We have a lookup table with a list of account numbers.
For a user to fill his/her account information, s/he must first select an account from the look up table.
When that account number is entered, if any records associated with that account exists, then those records populate the Repeater control form.
Users can then either modify any existing record or enter any records that does not exist already exist with that account number.
So, in my situation, if any of those values on the RadioButtonList does not exist, then it throws the error it is throwing now.
This is not a question of inserting null value in RadioButtonList because it is a required field.
It is a question of no value existing at all and user needs to be allowed to choose of the two values but the user cannot get to that point of selecting a value when the error message doesn't let them get there.
I believe this datatable below is the source of the error.
If I can figure out a way to assign it a default value other than empty string, I think it will resolve the issue.
dr = dt.NewRow();
dr["RowNumber"] = 1;
dr["horsepType"] = string.Empty;
dr["rblIssues"] = string.Empty;
dr["vesseltypeUse"] = string.Empty;
dt = (DataTable)ViewState["CurrentTable"];
//Store the DataTable in ViewState for future reference
ViewState["CurrentTable"] = dt;
if (dt.Rows.Count > 0)
//Bind the Repeater with the DataTable
Repeater2.DataSource = dt;
I am working on a .NET Core product representing a web site server. There are HTML, JS, CSHTML, etc. files in the Team Foundation Services repository not necessarily organized in folders the same way they will end up on the system actually hosting the web site.
Is anyone aware of a utility that will take the source files, make a copy to an intermediate location, and then copy from the intermediate location to update the pages and files on the system hosting the web site?
I am changing the source files and want to see the changes reflected on the web site system, which is a VM that must be reached through an intermediate drop location. I can run the utility on the development system and the target system easily enough. It is a PITA to keep track of which files were modified and to keep copying the files by hand.
Just asking ahead of time, so I don't go rewrite the wheel.
I need a 32 bit unsigned value just to hold the number of coding WTF I see in a day …
in my project image is uploaded and stored using file upholder. and i need to display image in image control (for eg: in facebook we are uploading profile picture when we logged out and login the profile picture will be displayed.)..i need tat kind ..pls give me suggestion
Yes you are right, as i have checked , this is mostly generic code which suppose to work, but my luck didn't clicked. So i went with a different way. Created a new website gave same Binding configuration (i.e. http://abc). Website contains Html file containing Js code to redirect to Https://abc. So each time user hits to Http://abc it redirects it to Https://abc by the Js code... It worked for me, But not sure how much it is recommended.
I don't think you're giving enough information for anyone to be able to help. There are two processes here for starters: the upload and the export. Can you not at least narrow the problem down to one or the other?