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  • Can you authenticate into SSAS with AD LDS (ADAM) accounts?

    - by Jaxidian
    I'm very new to AD LDS and experienced but not qualified with SSAS, so my apologies for my ignorances with these. We have a couple implementations where we expose SSAS via an HTTPS proxy (msmdpump.dll) and currently we have a temporary domain setup handling this (where our end-users have a second account+creds to manage because of this = non-ideal). I want to move us towards a more permanent solution which I'm thinking of moving all authentication to AD LDS for our web apps, SSAS, and others. However, SSAS is where I'm concerned about this. I know SSAS requires Windows Authentication and to play nicely, and that this ultimately means Active Directory will be involved. Is there a way to get this done with AD LDS instead of having to use a full AD DS implementation? If so, how? (Note: My question over at StackOverflow had a suggestion that I post this question here on ServerFault instead. My apologies if I'm not asking in the right forum.)

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  • How do I rename the Tfs_xxxConfiguration database for TFS 2010?

    - by Jaxidian
    When we installed TFS 2010, we made some poor decisions in naming our databases. I have figured out how to rename everything except for the Tfs_xxxConfiguration database. How can I get this renamed? I can only find a read-only display of the connection string to it - cannot find where to alter that connection string either directly or indirectly. I'd really prefer to not have to rebuild it from scratch... again... Thanks!

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  • Using "Active Directory Users and Computers" for a different domain

    - by Jaxidian
    How can I manage a domain with the "Active Directory Users and Computers" from a computer that is not on that domain? I realize I'll need some domain admin (or less) credentials, but that's fine. I have 2 scenarios where I'd like to do this: From a machine on Domain 1 but I'd also like to manage Domain 2 (the 2 domains are in no way related) From a laptop that is not a member of any domain. If we can figure out #2, that will be "good enough" but #1 would be nice too.

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  • Forbidden Patterns Check-In Policy in TFS 2010

    - by Jaxidian
    I've been trying to use the Forbidden Patterns part of the TFS 2010 Power Tools and I'm just not understanding something - I simply cannot get anything to change as I try to use this! I'm using the version that was released recently (I believe April 23, 2010), so it's not an old version. First off, yes, I know it's regex based, so let's clear that doubt... I have tried to block the following scenarios: 1) I have modified all of my T4 EF templates to generate files named EntityName.gen.cs. I then attempted to prevent TFS from wanting to check those files in. I used the regular expression \.gen\.cs\z and it didn't change a single thing! I even tried it without the \z and nadda! 2) I don't want app.config and web.config files to be checked-in by default because we have these things stored into app.config.base and web.config.base files that our build scripts use to generate our per-environment app.config and web.config files. As such, I tried the following regexes and again, nothing worked! web\.config\z, app\.config\z, web\.release\.config\z and web\.debug\.config\z. What is it that I am screwing up with this?

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  • MSBuild cannot find SGen when compiling a solution

    - by Jaxidian
    I've looked at several other SGen-related questions on here and either their answers don't apply or their answers don't fix this for me. I have installed several SDKs to fix this issue with no luck. Reference types should not be changed since this is the only place this is a problem. Once suggestion is to put SGen.exe into the C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.5 folder, but that's not been done on the box where this is not a problem. In this scenario, SGen.exe actually exists and is right where it's supposed to be, but MSBuild still is having issues with finding it for some reason! Background: We have a NAnt script that automates our builds. In this scenario, NAnt is calling MSBuild and MSBuild is generating the error claiming to be unable to find SGen. The project is .NET 3.5-based. I have my primary dev environment (64-bit Vista Ultimate) where the script works perfectly and I am attempting to duplicate it in a VM (64-bit Win 7 Ultimate). I THINK I have everything to the point where I should be good-to-go but this fails on the Win7 box (works perfectly on the Vista box). I have done some comparisons between the two boxes and they both look identical in this regard, but it still fails. For example, the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework's sdkInstallRootv2.0 value is set to C:\Program Files\Microsoft.NET\SDK\v2.0 64bit\ on both machines. In both machines, SGen.exe is in that path's bin subdirectory. NAnt Script: <target name="report-installer" depends="fail-if-environment-not-set"> <exec program="MSBuild.exe" basedir="${framework35.directory}"> <arg value="${tools.directory.current}\ReportInstaller\ReportInstaller.sln" /> <arg value="/p:Configuration=${buildconfiguration.current}" /> </exec> </target> The error message I get is this: report-installer: [exec] Microsoft (R) Build Engine Version 3.5.30729.4926 [exec] [Microsoft .NET Framework, Version 2.0.50727.4927] [exec] Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation 2007. All rights reserved. [exec] [exec] Build started 4/8/2010 11:28:23 AM. [exec] Project "C:\Projects\Production\Tools\ReportInstaller\ReportInstaller.sln" on node 0 (default targets). [exec] Building solution configuration "Release|Any CPU". [exec] Project "C:\Projects\Production\Tools\ReportInstaller\ReportInstaller.sln" (1) is building "C:\Projects\Production\Tools\ReportInstaller\ReportInstaller.csproj" (2) on node 0 (default targets). [exec] Could not locate the .NET Framework SDK. The task is looking for the path to the .NET Framework SDK at the location specified in the SDKInstallRootv2.0 value of the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework. You may be able to solve the problem by doing one of the following: 1.) Install the .NET Framework SDK. 2.) Manually set the above registry key to the correct location. [exec] CoreCompile: [exec] Skipping target "CoreCompile" because all output files are up-to-date with respect to the input files. [exec] C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Microsoft.Common.targets(1902,9): error MSB3091: Task failed because "sgen.exe" was not found, or the .NET Framework SDK v2.0 is not installed. The task is looking for "sgen.exe" in the "bin" subdirectory beneath the location specified in the SDKInstallRootv2.0 value of the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework. You may be able to solve the problem by doing one of the following: 1.) Install the .NET Framework SDK v2.0. 2.) Manually set the above registry key to the correct location. 3.) Pass the correct location into the "ToolPath" parameter of the task. [exec] Done Building Project "C:\Projects\Production\Tools\ReportInstaller\ReportInstaller.csproj" (default targets) -- FAILED. [exec] Done Building Project "C:\Projects\Production\Tools\ReportInstaller\ReportInstaller.sln" (default targets) -- FAILED. [exec] [exec] Build FAILED. [exec] [exec] "C:\Projects\Production\Tools\ReportInstaller\ReportInstaller.sln" (default target) (1) -> [exec] "C:\Projects\Production\Tools\ReportInstaller\ReportInstaller.csproj" (default target) (2) -> [exec] (GenerateSerializationAssemblies target) -> [exec] C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v2.0.50727\Microsoft.Common.targets(1902,9): error MSB3091: Task failed because "sgen.exe" was not found, or the .NET Framework SDK v2.0 is not installed. The task is looking for "sgen.exe" in the "bin" subdirectory beneath the location specified in the SDKInstallRootv2.0 value of the registry key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\.NETFramework. You may be able to solve the problem by doing one of the following: 1.) Install the .NET Framework SDK v2.0. 2.) Manually set the above registry key to the correct location. 3.) Pass the correct location into the "ToolPath" parameter of the task. [exec] [exec] 0 Warning(s) [exec] 1 Error(s) [exec] [exec] Time Elapsed 00:00:00.24 [call] C:\Projects\Production\Source\reports.build(15,4): [call] External Program Failed: C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v3.5\MSBuild.exe (return code was 1) What am I doing wrong here that is causing MSBuild to STILL be unable to find SGen?

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  • How to rollback in EF4?

    - by Jaxidian
    In my research about rolling back transactions in EF4, it seems everybody refers to this blog post or offers a similar explanation. In my scenario, I'm wanting to do this in a unit testing scenario where I want to rollback practically everything I do within my unit testing context to keep from updating the data in the database (yeah, we'll increment counters but that's okay). In order to do this, is it best to follow the following plan? Am I missing some concept or anything else major with this (aside from my SetupMyTest and PerformMyTest functions won't really exist that way)? using (var ts = new TransactionScope()) { // Arrange SetupMyTest(context); // Act PerformMyTest(context); var numberOfChanges = context.SaveChanges(false); // if there's an issue, chances are that an exception has been thrown by now. // Assert Assert.IsTrue(numberOfChanges > 0, "Failed to _____"); // transaction will rollback because we do not ever call Complete on it }

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  • Properly registering JavaScript and CSS in MVC 2 Editor Templates

    - by Jaxidian
    How do I properly register javascript blocks in an ASP.NET MVC 2 (RTM) Editor template? The specific scenario I'm in is that I want to use Dynarch JSCal2 DateTimePicker for my standard datetime picker, but this question is in general to any reusable javascript package. I have my template working properly now but it has my JS and CSS includes in my master page and I would rather only include these things if I actually need them: <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="../../Content/JSCal2-1.7/jscal2.css" /> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="../../Content/JSCal2-1.7/border-radius.css" /> <script type="text/javascript" src="../../Scripts/JSCal2-1.7/jscal2.js"></script> <script type="text/javascript" src="../../Scripts/JSCal2-1.7/lang/en.js"></script> So obviously I could just put these lines into my template, but then if I have a screen that has 5 DateTimePickers, then this content would be duplicated 5 times which wouldn't be ideal. Anyways, I still want my View's Template to trigger this code being put into the <head> of my page. While it is completely unrelated to my asking this question, I thought I'd share my template on here (so far) in case it's useful in any way: <%@ Control Language="C#" Inherits="System.Web.Mvc.ViewUserControl<DateTime>" %> <%= Html.TextBoxFor(model => Model) %> <input type="button" id="<%= ViewData.TemplateInfo.GetFullHtmlFieldId("cal-trigger") %>" value="..." /> <script type="text/javascript"> var <%= ViewData.TemplateInfo.GetFullHtmlFieldId("cal") %> = Calendar.setup({ trigger : "<%= ViewData.TemplateInfo.GetFullHtmlFieldId(string.Empty) %>", inputField : "<%= ViewData.TemplateInfo.GetFullHtmlFieldId(string.Empty) %>", onSelect : function() { this.hide(); }, showTime : 12, selectionType : Calendar.SEL_SINGLE, dateFormat : '%o/%e/%Y %l:%M %P' }); </script>

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  • Can you authenticate into SSAS with AD LDS (ADAM) accounts?

    - by Jaxidian
    I'm very new to AD LDS and experienced but not qualified with SSAS, so my apologies for my ignorances with these. We have a couple implementations where we expose SSAS via an HTTPS proxy (msmdpump.dll) and currently we have a temporary domain setup handling this (where our end-users have a second account+creds to manage because of this = non-ideal). I want to move us towards a more permanent solution which I'm thinking of moving all authentication to AD LDS for our web apps, SSAS, and others. However, SSAS is where I'm concerned about this. I know SSAS requires Windows Authentication and to play nicely, and that this ultimately means Active Directory will be involved. Is there a way to get this done with AD LDS instead of having to use a full AD DS implementation? If so, how?

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  • Performing dynamic sorts on EF4 data

    - by Jaxidian
    I'm attempting to perform dynamic sorting of data that I'm putting into grids into our MVC UI. Since MVC is abstracted from everything else via WCF, I've created a couple utility classes and extensions to help with this. The two most important things (slightly simplified) are as follows: public static IQueryable<T> ApplySortOptions<T, TModel, TProperty>(this IQueryable<T> collection, IEnumerable<ISortOption<TModel, TProperty>> sortOptions) where TModel : class { var sortedSortOptions = (from o in sortOptions orderby o.Priority ascending select o).ToList(); var results = collection; foreach (var option in sortedSortOptions) { var currentOption = option; var propertyName = currentOption.Property.MemberWithoutInstance(); var isAscending = currentOption.IsAscending; if (isAscending) { results = from r in results orderby propertyName ascending select r; } else { results = from r in results orderby propertyName descending select r; } } return results; } public interface ISortOption<TModel, TProperty> where TModel : class { Expression<Func<TModel, TProperty>> Property { get; set; } bool IsAscending { get; set; } int Priority { get; set; } } I've not given you the implementation for MemberWithoutInstance() but just trust me in that it returns the name of the property as a string. :-) Following is an example of how I would consume this (using a non-interesting, basic implementation of ISortOption<TModel, TProperty>): var query = from b in CurrentContext.Businesses select b; var sortOptions = new List<ISortOption<Business, object>> { new SortOption<Business, object> { Property = (x => x.Name), IsAscending = true, Priority = 0 } }; var results = query.ApplySortOptions(sortOptions); As I discovered with this question, the problem is specific to my orderby propertyName ascending and orderby propertyName descending lines (everything else works great as far as I can tell). How can I do this in a dynamic/generic way that works properly?

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  • Collection of MVC CSS files available?

    - by Jaxidian
    Just curious - are there various customized Site.css files (and accompanying images) that work with the default ASP.NET MVC 2 templates? I'm a stereotypical developer who "doesn't do pretty" so I'd like to find a design that is good enough for me to use until I later have a designer come back and fix my design. Are there collections/libraries of various designs out there that work with the default templates? I did find this but the 2 popular ones I tried seem like they're for MVC 1, plus they in no way used the default tags with the MVC 2 templates.

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  • Cannot get assembly version for footer

    - by Jaxidian
    I'm using the automatic build versioning mentioned in this question (not the selected answer but the answer that uses the [assembly: AssemblyVersion("1.0.*")] technique). I'm doing this in the footer of my Site.Master file in MVC 2. My code for doing this is as follows: <div id="footer"> <a href="emailto:[email protected]">[email protected]</a> - Copyright © 2005-<%= DateTime.Today.Year.ToString() %>, foo LLC. All Rights Reserved. - Version: <%= Assembly.GetEntryAssembly().GetName().Version.ToString() %> </div> The exception I get is a Object reference not set to an instance of an object because GetEntryAssembly() returns NULL. My other options don't work either. GetCallingAssembly() always returns "4.0.0.0" and GetExecutingAssembly() always returns "0.0.0.0". When I go look at my DLLs, everything is versioning as I would expect. But I cannot figure out how to access it to display in my footer!!

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  • How to migrate from SourceGear Fortress 1.1.x to TFS 2010?

    - by Jaxidian
    I found this question but it was only similar and, more importantly, dated by over a year. I'm hoping there is something I can't find out there and that is better than what that answer points to. Requirements: Preserve source code history (even if only loosely via text only since all of our prior users may not be created in the TFS repository) Preserve our item tracking history (again, even if just loosely since Fortress wasn't all that great about this). Ultimately, I want some searchable history of what we have done in the past and why. I don't necessarily need all of the hooks in place tying work items to source code or anything like that, but I do need discussions and decisions associated with the work items kept around.

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  • Where are VS/TFS 2010 DIFF options at?

    - by Jaxidian
    I'm newish to TFS and am working with VS and TFS 2010 RC releases. In every other DIFF tool I've used in the past I have had options for configuring how to treat whitespace differences, among other things. Where are these options when working with VS2010 and TFS2010? Thanks!

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  • EF4 generates invalid script

    - by Jaxidian
    When I right-click in a .EDMX file and click Generate Database From Model, the resulting script is obviously wrong because of the table names. What it generates is the following script. Note the table names in the DROP TABLE part versus the CREATE TABLE part. Why is this inconsistent? This is obviously not a reusable script. What I created was an Entity named "Address" and an Entity named "Company", etc (all singular). The EntitySet names are pluralized. The "Pluralize New Objects" boolean does not change this either. So what's the deal? For what it's worth, I originally generated the EDMX by pointing it to a database that had tables with non-pluralized names and now that I've made some changes, I want to go back the other way. I'd like to have the option to go back and forth as neither the db-first nor the model-first model is ideal in all scenarios, and I have the control to ensure that there will be no merging issues from multiple people going both ways at the same time. -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Dropping existing FOREIGN KEY constraints -- NOTE: if the constraint does not exist, an ignorable error will be reported. -- -------------------------------------------------- ALTER TABLE [Address] DROP CONSTRAINT [FK_Address_StateID-State_ID]; GO ALTER TABLE [Company] DROP CONSTRAINT [FK_Company_AddressID-Address_ID]; GO ALTER TABLE [Employee] DROP CONSTRAINT [FK_Employee_BossEmployeeID-Employee_ID]; GO ALTER TABLE [Employee] DROP CONSTRAINT [FK_Employee_CompanyID-Company_ID]; GO ALTER TABLE [Employee] DROP CONSTRAINT [FK_Employee_PersonID-Person_ID]; GO ALTER TABLE [Person] DROP CONSTRAINT [FK_Person_AddressID-Address_ID]; GO -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Dropping existing tables -- NOTE: if the table does not exist, an ignorable error will be reported. -- -------------------------------------------------- DROP TABLE [Address]; GO DROP TABLE [Company]; GO DROP TABLE [Employee]; GO DROP TABLE [Person]; GO DROP TABLE [State]; GO -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Creating all tables -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Creating table 'Addresses' CREATE TABLE [Addresses] ( [ID] int IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL, [StreetAddress] nvarchar(100) NOT NULL, [City] nvarchar(100) NOT NULL, [StateID] int NOT NULL, [Zip] nvarchar(10) NOT NULL ); GO -- Creating table 'Companies' CREATE TABLE [Companies] ( [ID] int IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL, [Name] nvarchar(100) NOT NULL, [AddressID] int NOT NULL ); GO -- Creating table 'People' CREATE TABLE [People] ( [ID] int IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL, [FirstName] nvarchar(100) NOT NULL, [LastName] nvarchar(100) NOT NULL, [AddressID] int NOT NULL ); GO -- Creating table 'States' CREATE TABLE [States] ( [ID] int IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL, [Name] nvarchar(100) NOT NULL, [Abbreviation] nvarchar(2) NOT NULL ); GO -- Creating table 'Employees' CREATE TABLE [Employees] ( [ID] int IDENTITY(1,1) NOT NULL, [PersonID] int NOT NULL, [CompanyID] int NOT NULL, [Position] nvarchar(100) NOT NULL, [BossEmployeeID] int NULL ); GO -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Creating all PRIMARY KEY constraints -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Creating primary key on [ID] in table 'Addresses' ALTER TABLE [Addresses] ADD CONSTRAINT [PK_Addresses] PRIMARY KEY ([ID] ); GO -- Creating primary key on [ID] in table 'Companies' ALTER TABLE [Companies] ADD CONSTRAINT [PK_Companies] PRIMARY KEY ([ID] ); GO -- Creating primary key on [ID] in table 'People' ALTER TABLE [People] ADD CONSTRAINT [PK_People] PRIMARY KEY ([ID] ); GO -- Creating primary key on [ID] in table 'States' ALTER TABLE [States] ADD CONSTRAINT [PK_States] PRIMARY KEY ([ID] ); GO -- Creating primary key on [ID] in table 'Employees' ALTER TABLE [Employees] ADD CONSTRAINT [PK_Employees] PRIMARY KEY ([ID] ); GO -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Creating all FOREIGN KEY constraints -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Creating foreign key on [StateID] in table 'Addresses' ALTER TABLE [Addresses] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_Address_StateID_State_ID] FOREIGN KEY ([StateID]) REFERENCES [States] ([ID]) ON DELETE NO ACTION ON UPDATE NO ACTION; -- Creating non-clustered index for FOREIGN KEY 'FK_Address_StateID_State_ID' CREATE INDEX [IX_FK_Address_StateID_State_ID] ON [Addresses] ([StateID]); GO -- Creating foreign key on [AddressID] in table 'Companies' ALTER TABLE [Companies] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_Company_AddressID_Address_ID] FOREIGN KEY ([AddressID]) REFERENCES [Addresses] ([ID]) ON DELETE NO ACTION ON UPDATE NO ACTION; -- Creating non-clustered index for FOREIGN KEY 'FK_Company_AddressID_Address_ID' CREATE INDEX [IX_FK_Company_AddressID_Address_ID] ON [Companies] ([AddressID]); GO -- Creating foreign key on [AddressID] in table 'People' ALTER TABLE [People] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_Person_AddressID_Address_ID] FOREIGN KEY ([AddressID]) REFERENCES [Addresses] ([ID]) ON DELETE NO ACTION ON UPDATE NO ACTION; -- Creating non-clustered index for FOREIGN KEY 'FK_Person_AddressID_Address_ID' CREATE INDEX [IX_FK_Person_AddressID_Address_ID] ON [People] ([AddressID]); GO -- Creating foreign key on [CompanyID] in table 'Employees' ALTER TABLE [Employees] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_Employee_CompanyID_Company_ID] FOREIGN KEY ([CompanyID]) REFERENCES [Companies] ([ID]) ON DELETE NO ACTION ON UPDATE NO ACTION; -- Creating non-clustered index for FOREIGN KEY 'FK_Employee_CompanyID_Company_ID' CREATE INDEX [IX_FK_Employee_CompanyID_Company_ID] ON [Employees] ([CompanyID]); GO -- Creating foreign key on [BossEmployeeID] in table 'Employees' ALTER TABLE [Employees] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_Employee_BossEmployeeID_Employee_ID] FOREIGN KEY ([BossEmployeeID]) REFERENCES [Employees] ([ID]) ON DELETE NO ACTION ON UPDATE NO ACTION; -- Creating non-clustered index for FOREIGN KEY 'FK_Employee_BossEmployeeID_Employee_ID' CREATE INDEX [IX_FK_Employee_BossEmployeeID_Employee_ID] ON [Employees] ([BossEmployeeID]); GO -- Creating foreign key on [PersonID] in table 'Employees' ALTER TABLE [Employees] ADD CONSTRAINT [FK_Employee_PersonID_Person_ID] FOREIGN KEY ([PersonID]) REFERENCES [People] ([ID]) ON DELETE NO ACTION ON UPDATE NO ACTION; -- Creating non-clustered index for FOREIGN KEY 'FK_Employee_PersonID_Person_ID' CREATE INDEX [IX_FK_Employee_PersonID_Person_ID] ON [Employees] ([PersonID]); GO -- -------------------------------------------------- -- Script has ended -- --------------------------------------------------

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  • Prevent CSS Validation for just 1 line

    - by Jaxidian
    I have a problem practically identical to this question, but I'm looking for a different solution. Instead of turning it off globally, I'd like to just disable it for a single line. I know I have seen many examples where various techniques are used to suppress different warnings, and I am looking for one that I can put in my CSS to suppress this one. Examples of ways to suppress warnings and such #pragma warning disable 659 or [SuppressMessage("Microsoft.Usage", "CA2214:DoNotCallOverridableMethodsInConstructors", Justification = "I have a good reason.")]. The CSS I want it to be quiet about has some CSS3 stuff in it which is why it's understandably complaining: .round { border-radius: 5px; -webkit-border-radius: 5px; -moz-border-radius: 5px; } So any idea how to make my Error 1 Validation (CSS 2.1): 'border-radius' is not a known CSS property name error go away? I'd rather not lose all of my CSS validations but I do want it to ignore this one "problem".

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  • Handling MVC2 variables with hyphens in their name

    - by Jaxidian
    I'm working with some third-party software that creates querystring parameters with hyphens in their names. I was taking a look at this SO question and it seems like their solution is very close to what I need but I'm too ignorant to the underlying MVC stuff to figure out how to adapt this to do what I need. Ideally, I'd like to simply replace hyphens with underscores and that would be a good enough solution. If there's a better one, then I'm interested in hearing it. An example of a URL I want to handle is this: http://localhost/app/Person/List?First-Name=Bob with this Controller: public ActionResult List(string First_Name) { {...} } To repeat, I cannot change the querystring being generated so I need to support it with my controller somehow. But how? For reference, below is the custom RouteHandler that is being used to handle underscores in controller names and action names from the SO question I referenced above that we might be able to modify to accomplish what I want: public class HyphenatedRouteHandler : MvcRouteHandler { protected override IHttpHandler GetHttpHandler(RequestContext requestContext) { requestContext.RouteData.Values["controller"] = requestContext.RouteData.Values["controller"].ToString().Replace("-", "_"); requestContext.RouteData.Values["action"] = requestContext.RouteData.Values["action"].ToString().Replace("-", "_"); return base.GetHttpHandler(requestContext); } }

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  • Which versions of NLog work with VS2010 RTM?

    - by Jaxidian
    Taking a look at NLog, it's unclear what version works with VS2010. It says that NLog 1.0 Refresh works with VS2010 beta but nothing else is indicated. There's an NLog 2.0 that is pre-beta that I'd rather not use if I didn't have to but it clearly does work with VS2010. So I'm wondering if I'm able to use 1.0 Refresh or do I need to go with 2.0 Preview 2?

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  • Generate EF4 POCO classes first time only

    - by Jaxidian
    The problem I'm having is, using the POCO templates, generating my POCO classes the first time only and not overwriting them when the templates are re-ran. I know this sounds hokey and the reason is that I'm actually changing these templates and trying to generate metadata classes rather than the actual POCO classes, but these metadata classes will be hand-edited and I want to keep those edits in the future but still regenerate a certain amount of it. I have it all working exactly as I want except for the regeneration of the files. I have looked into T4 and it seems that there is a flag to do just this (see the Output.PreserveExistingFile property) but I don't understand where/how to set this flag. If you can tell me where/how to set this in the default POCO templates, then I think that's all I really need. Thanks!! :-)

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  • Setting the default value of a C# Optional Parameter

    - by Jaxidian
    Whenever I attempt to set the default value of an optional parameter to something in a resource file, I get a compile-time error of Default parameter value for 'message' must be a compile-time constant. Is there any way that I can change how the resource files work to make this possible? public void ValidationError(string fieldName, string message = ValidationMessages.ContactNotFound) In this, ValidationMessages is a resource file.

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  • Authenticating to multiple OUs in Active Directory

    - by Jaxidian
    I'm using the Active Directory Membership Provider with the following configuration: <connectionStrings> <add name="MyConnString" connectionString="LDAP://domaincontroller/OU=Product Users,DC=my,DC=domain,DC=com" /> </connectionStrings> <membership defaultProvider="MyProvider"> <providers> <clear /> <add name="MyProvider" connectionStringName="MyConnString" connectionUsername="my.domain.com\service_account" connectionPassword="biguglypassword" type="System.Web.Security.ActiveDirectoryMembershipProvider, System.Web, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a" /> </providers> </membership> This works perfectly except it requires ALL of my users to be in the "Product Users" OU when I would actually like to have all of my users organized into various child OUs under our "Product Users" OU. Is this possible? (Note that this is a partial repost of this question but the question I'm asking here was never answered there.)

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  • Active Directory Membership Provider - how to expand on this?

    - by Jaxidian
    I'm working on getting an MVC app up and running via AD Membership Provider and I'm having some issues figuring this out. I have a base configuration setup and working when I login as [email protected] + password. <connectionStrings> <add name="MyConnString" connectionString="LDAP://domaincontroller/OU=Product Users,DC=my,DC=domain,DC=com" /> </connectionStrings> <membership defaultProvider="MyProvider"> <providers> <clear /> <add name="MyProvider" connectionStringName="MyConnString" connectionUsername="my.domain.com\service_account" connectionPassword="biguglypassword" type="System.Web.Security.ActiveDirectoryMembershipProvider, System.Web, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a" /> </providers> </membership> However, I'd LIKE to do some other things and I'm not sure how to go about them. Login without typing the domain (i.e. the "@my.domain.com"). I realize that this could only work if I limit myself to just one domain - that's fine. Organize users in up to N different OUs within a single OU. As you can tell from my current connection string, I'm authenticating users in my Product Users OU. I would LIKE to create OUs for various companies within this OU and put the users into those OUs. How can I authenticate across all of these different OUs? I'm trying to figure out how the Active Directory Membership Provider ties in with the Profile and Role providers. Are there AD versions of those too or am I stuck with SQL, home-grown, or finding something somebody else has coded up? Many thanks!!

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  • What is a TFS Agile Issue?

    - by Jaxidian
    With TFS2010 using the "MSF for Agile Software Development v5" process template, I'm having some difficulty in understanding exactly what an Issue is. The most specific documentation I've been able to find is this. Is an Issue a higher-level item for which we will probably generate a Bug for after some investigation in code/requirements? Or is an Issue something different than a Bug because it has not actually a mistake in code but is more of a critical oversight in design (for example, there was never an attempt to create a datepicker for all date fields and this is a UX issue but not really a bug) and therefore a change request of sorts? Or is it something different?

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  • Modify post data with a custom MVC extension?

    - by Jaxidian
    So I'm looking into writing some custom MVC extensions and the first one I'm attempting to tackle is a FormattedTextBox to handle things such as currency, dates, and times. I have the rendering of it working perfectly, formatting it, working with strong types and everything all golden. However, the problem I'm now running into is cleaning up the formatted stuff when the page posts the data back. Take for example, a currency format. Let's use USD for these examples. When an object has a property as a decimal, the value would be 79.95. Your edit view would be something like: <%= Html.FormattedTextBox(model => Model.Person.HourlyWage, "{0:C}") %> This is all well and good for the GET request, but upon POST, the value is going to be $79.95, which when you assign to that decimal, gets unhappy very quickly and ends up shoving a 0 in there. So my question is, how do I get code working somewhere to work with that value before the MVC Framework goes and starts shoving it back into my ViewModel? I'd much rather this be done server-side than client-side. Thanks!!

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  • Get the property, as a string, from an Expression<Func<TModel,TProperty>>

    - by Jaxidian
    I use some strongly-typed expressions that get serialized to allow my UI code to have strongly-typed sorting and searching expressions. These are of type Expression<Func<TModel,TProperty>> and are used as such: SortOption.Field = (p => p.FirstName);. I've gotten this working perfectly for this simple case. The code that I'm using for parsing the "FirstName" property out of there is actually reusing some existing functionality in a third-party product that we use and it works great, until we start working with deeply-nested properties(SortOption.Field = (p => p.Address.State.Abbreviation);). This code has some very different assumptions in the need to support deeply-nested properties. As for what this code does, I don't really understand it and rather than changing that code, I figured I should just write from scratch this functionality. However, I don't know of a good way to do this. I suspect we can do something better than doing a ToString() and performing string parsing. So what's a good way to do this to handle the trivial and deeply-nested cases? Requirements: Given the expression p => p.FirstName I need a string of "FirstName". Given the expression p => p.Address.State.Abbreviation I need a string of "Address.State.Abbreviation" While it's not important for an answer to my question, I suspect my serialization/deserialization code could be useful to somebody else who finds this question in the future, so it is below. Again, this code is not important to the question - I just thought it might help somebody. Note that DynamicExpression.ParseLambda comes from the Dynamic LINQ stuff and Property.PropertyToString() is what this question is about. /// <summary> /// This defines a framework to pass, across serialized tiers, sorting logic to be performed. /// </summary> /// <typeparam name="TModel">This is the object type that you are filtering.</typeparam> /// <typeparam name="TProperty">This is the property on the object that you are filtering.</typeparam> [Serializable] public class SortOption<TModel, TProperty> : ISerializable where TModel : class { /// <summary> /// Convenience constructor. /// </summary> /// <param name="property">The property to sort.</param> /// <param name="isAscending">Indicates if the sorting should be ascending or descending</param> /// <param name="priority">Indicates the sorting priority where 0 is a higher priority than 10.</param> public SortOption(Expression<Func<TModel, TProperty>> property, bool isAscending = true, int priority = 0) { Property = property; IsAscending = isAscending; Priority = priority; } /// <summary> /// Default Constructor. /// </summary> public SortOption() : this(null) { } /// <summary> /// This is the field on the object to filter. /// </summary> public Expression<Func<TModel, TProperty>> Property { get; set; } /// <summary> /// This indicates if the sorting should be ascending or descending. /// </summary> public bool IsAscending { get; set; } /// <summary> /// This indicates the sorting priority where 0 is a higher priority than 10. /// </summary> public int Priority { get; set; } #region Implementation of ISerializable /// <summary> /// This is the constructor called when deserializing a SortOption. /// </summary> protected SortOption(SerializationInfo info, StreamingContext context) { IsAscending = info.GetBoolean("IsAscending"); Priority = info.GetInt32("Priority"); // We just persisted this by the PropertyName. So let's rebuild the Lambda Expression from that. Property = DynamicExpression.ParseLambda<TModel, TProperty>(info.GetString("Property"), default(TModel), default(TProperty)); } /// <summary> /// Populates a <see cref="T:System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationInfo"/> with the data needed to serialize the target object. /// </summary> /// <param name="info">The <see cref="T:System.Runtime.Serialization.SerializationInfo"/> to populate with data. </param> /// <param name="context">The destination (see <see cref="T:System.Runtime.Serialization.StreamingContext"/>) for this serialization. </param> public void GetObjectData(SerializationInfo info, StreamingContext context) { // Just stick the property name in there. We'll rebuild the expression based on that on the other end. info.AddValue("Property", Property.PropertyToString()); info.AddValue("IsAscending", IsAscending); info.AddValue("Priority", Priority); } #endregion }

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