HR technology has been thrown into the spotlight in the last 20 months: Covid-19 has changed the way we work, and so how we manage people in the world of work has had to change, too. Today, a Munich-based startup called Personio, which has built a big business out of how to address that issue [&hel…
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Question: I have no idea what is going on with this error. Yes, the error is quite descriptive but finding exactly where the issue might be is challenging. See the error below:
"Cannot create a DbSet for "MyModal" because this type is not included in the model for the context. However, the model contains an entity type with the same name in a different namespace".
What am I missing?
Answer: This is most likely the Runtime Error, you don't see this error when Building or cleaning the Solution but when you attempt to run the application. This is called a Runtime Error.
From the description of the error, it sounds like you have a DbSet for your Modal in the Database Context C-sharp class but you haven't defined that Modal in the OnCreate Section of the Database Context.
See possible solution below:
1. Verify that you are not using the same namespace in two (which is supposed to be two different classes) the same name of the Modal class. If yes, rename the NameSpace in the other Model Class.
2. Make sure that the Model Class that is throwing an error is not trying to use the wrong NameSpace somewhere in your code.
A case for this issue is when you have a UserProfile Model class that you copied from another NameSpace and try to use it in a new Project but somewhere in your new project, you are still referencing the Old NameSpace. This causes the conflict on Runtime and the Compiler doesn't know which Class from which NameSpace to register into the Assembly.
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Question: How to you solve for "Microsoft.CSharp.RuntimeBinder.RuntimeBinderException: 'The call is ambiguous between the following methods or properties" it goes on and say "System.Text.JsonSerializer.Deserialize<MyObject>(System.IO.Stream,System.Text.Json.JsonSerializerOptions)" and "System.Text.JsonSerializer.Deserialize<MyObject>(string,System.Text.Json.JsonSerializerOption)".
I mean, isn't the Compiler Intelligent enough to know what type of parameter I just passed in?
Answer: Take a deeper look at the parameter you are passing into the Deserialize function, the compiler is correct, it is not able to know the type of the object passed in the function right away or at least on RunTime. There is a chance you are passing in an object of type "dynamic" as you know passing in the object of type "dynamic" could not be evaluated until the object is actually available for evaluation at RunTime.
If possible stay away from passing in the Dynamic Type object into a function that gets its parameters evaluated at RunTime, this might cause errors in Production as the Type of the Object might change.
The best way to handle this scenario is by explicitly defining the Object type, yes I know some of you might be saying "Well, that means that I have to allocate memory on the Stack to store the object" but yes, that is correct.
If Memory allocation is your issue, you can not entirely run away from it, you could do something about it by using Shared ArrayPool and returning that Pool when you are done using it. Keep in mind that Array Pooling might have its own caveats, when borrowing the Array from the Pool, the Array shared might not be empty, however, you can handle this test case by checking every time you use a Shared Array from the Pool.
The error is most likely to occur if you have your code written as
MyObject obj = Json.JsonSerializer.Deserializer<MyObjectType>(_cache.getDynamicObjectFromCache);
The _cache.getDynamicObjectFromCache() returns a object of type "Dynamic" which is throwing an exception. Please leave a comment below illustrating how you solved this issue. You don't need to log in to post a comment.
Question: Hello, I have verified that the Set Method on the Memory Cache actually sets the key and value, however when I try to retrieve the value using the same key used when Caching the object, the TryGetValue returns false.
What could be going on?
Answer: Verify that the Key you are using to Cache an object does not contain characters such as "-","@" or '%', I found out that when the Key has characters the Cache System does not work, if possible stripe all the characters from the key and try to Cache again.
I hope this helps you, if it does leave a comment below you don't have to log in to leave a comment.
Jesse Meschuk, a high-level HR executive at Activision Blizzard, left the company on Tuesday according to Bloomberg. Blizzard president J. Allen Brack also left the company on Tuesday. The departures have unfolded in the wake of a gender discrimination and harassment lawsuit brought against the video game company.
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Question: How do you solve this error in Asp.Net 6? "The 'Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.ViewFeature.Infrastructure.DefaultTempDataSerializer' cannot serialize an object of type 'System.Decimal'"
I tried to pass data from one View to the ViewComponent by storing the decimal in the TempData["MyValueName"] = 34.00M; It worked fine but then it threw an error.
Answer: Remember the TempData can only store data when it hasn't been accessed, once another Component Accesses the data in the TempData the data gets deleted. Make sure that the Value you are storing in the TempData is actually available before an attempt to store it.
Like the error says, the TempData works well with the Data Type of Strings, convert the decimal to string by appending
TempData["MyValueName"] = "34.00" or = MyCurrentValue.ToString();
I hope this helps, if it did please leave a comment below indicating how you solved the issue. No login is required to leave a comment.
Question: How do you Remove Duende IdentityServer from Blazor Web Assembly Application in Visual Studio 2022. It states that it is an open-source project but then it requires a license in Production? What kind of Open Source is this?
the Readme text file states
"This code includes a dependency on Duende IdentityServer.
This is an open source product with a reciprocal license agreement. If you plan to use Duende IdentityServer in production this may require a license fee.
To see how to use Azure Active Directory for your identity please see https://aka.ms/aspnetidentityserver
To see if you require a commercial license for Duende IdentityServer please see https://aka.ms/identityserverlicense"
Answer: According to this article https://devblogs.microsoft.com/dotnet/asp-net-core-6-and-authentication-servers/ you should require a license if your organization makes over 1 Million Dollars in revenue. Otherwise, don't use it.
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