This post describes an issue with EF’s code-first migrations, when mapping between DB’s Date Time (datetime2) and C#’s Date Time simply fails, and results in the Update-Database cmdlet failing, too.
It’s more or less a prime example of a situation, where the error itself tells very little about the actual issue, and since debugging code-first migrations is kind of difficult (see the best tips for that here! I’ve encountered this error in 2 different situations.
If the user clicks on the button in the "customer ID" column he or she will be taken to a new file called "demo_update.asp".
cdnjs does not include the source files for the projects.Because of this I chose unpkg instead which hosts an entire copy of each projects source files.So I adapted a bit Ben's solution, and I add hidden text box, and update its value before calling the do Post Back method.To implement that you need to add 4 "things" in your ASP. You need a textbox to store the value you want to pass over to the Update Panel, but you don't want to show it in the page, so it must be hidden via CSS.The default provider is cdnjs which is an extremely popular hosting service for thousands of Java Script libraries.
Lib Man does not host any files, it only points at service providers.
This post describes the one I’ve struggled the most with.
The whole, pretty terrifying error message that actually contains important clues is the following: Wait a minute – what does that mean?
If you have ever used Nu Get packages, you are going to feel right at home.
Let’s walk through this by updating Bootstrap with Visual Studio 2017.
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