Config Transforms are a nifty method to have your configuration vary, depending on which build configuration you are running or what servers you are publishing to. This gets the most useful when you’re deploying to many kinds of different servers; Development, staging, production, etc.
I decided to write about how I handle production changelogs with Git using tags. After bunch of commits to my dev branch and when everything has been tested thouroughly, I merge it to master branch.
I was trying to reset the IDENTITY value of a table. The problem was I had a foreign key constraint so I couldn’t TRUNCATE the table. That would have solved my problem though.
NuGet is the package manager for the Microsoft development platform including .NET. The NuGet client tools provide the ability to produce and consume packages. The NuGet Gallery is the central package repository used by all package authors and consumers. This post will teach you how to create and publish your own NuGet package.
I had a problem with SimpleMembership, Authorize attributes and roles. When I ran my program, I occasionally got the following error: A network-related or instance-specific error occurred while establishing a connection to SQL Server. The server was not found or was not accessible. Verify that the instance name is correct and that SQL Server is […]
Before Microsoft released MVC 4, I created my project with the good old ASP.NET Membership Provider. After release of MVC 4, Microsoft switched to SimpleMembership by WebMatrix. My project was pretty huge, so I searched for an upgrade path to switch without harming the project. I was in no luck finding a method to switch […]
Earlier I wrote an article about how to mock the LINQ DataContext. I promised to write an article about how to do the same method with Entity Framework. It’s quite similar, but the only difference is creating an IDbContext interface and using DbSet<T>.
When it comes to mocking the LINQ DataContext, it’s not an easy task to do, because DataContext (base class) doesn’t implement any interface, so you have to create a wrapper around the DataContext. I decided to follow the Unit Of Work pattern and created also a Generic Repository to access the model classes from the […]