Carry out tasks following a response in ASP.NET Core

Refer below for a possible solution: Approaches may vary, but there is no one-line fix. Consider the following code: Solution 1: It appears that this question has not yet received an answer, but I do have a solution to offer. The solution is quite simple: public async Task Request([FromForm]RequestViewModel model, string returnUrl = null) { […]

Model vs. Entity: Understanding the Distinction

Check out my blog post on the fundamentals of object relationships to learn more. Additionally, you can visit my blog to compare and contrast Entity, Model, ViewModel, and DataModel. Regarding your concern,, I hope I have addressed it adequately. Remember that relationships can take on different forms, such as one-to-one, one-to-many, or many-to-many. For […]

Retrieving Entity Table Name in EF Core

Feedback Solution 1: My approach is similar to Nigel’s, which involves extracting the table name from .ToTraceString() . However, I made some modifications because his code is only effective when the table is in the default SQL Server schema ( dbo.{table-name} ). Extension methods have been developed for objects coded as DbContext and ObjectContext . […]

Mapping a Many-to-One Relationship in EF Core

To customize entity Framework code first for a many-to-many relationship using data annotation, you need to add a junction class and make changes to the related classes. Additionally, refer to this resource for more information. Regarding creating a many-to-many relationship in Entity Framework Core using Fluent API, the first and second models must be defined. […]

Using Dropdownlist or Dropdownlistfor with MVC in .NET HTML/C#

The initial parameter is responsible for retaining the chosen value after postback (and also includes the present selected value). The latter parameter holds the option’s key/value pairs. Alternatively, Solution 2 allows the selected value to be automatically selected by utilizing the specified property. It is important to note that in your view model, you should […]

Assembly does not contain a context type

As an alternative, I came across a related post titled ‘Enable Migrations with Context in Separate Assembly?’ which suggests executing the default command in the Package Manager Console. Solution 1: After some searching, I discovered the solution to my query. To clarify, in the Package Manager Console, there is a dropdown labeled “Default project”. Ensure […]