This page describes some common problems that may arise when you deploy an ASP. For each one, one or more possible causes and corresponding solutions are provided.
If you run Listing dependencies for Class Library39 (C:\Users\davifowl\Documents\Visual Studio 14\Projects\Class Library39\src\Class Library39\project.json) [Target framework DNX, Version=v4.5.1 (dnx451)] framework/Microsoft. If you have a working visual studio (which breaks with DNX right now), you can look at the references node.
It has the same data represented visually: Let's look at what a dependency failure looks like: Here's the shows the following: When diagnosing when restore might have failed, look at the HTTP requests made, they tell you what configured package sources kpm looked in.
The recommended way to use Entity Framework 6 in an ASP. See the sample Visual Studio solution with EF6 and ASP. This is the connection string that the command-line tools will use.
NET Core application is to put the EF6 context and model classes in a class library project that targets the full framework. You'll want to implement a strategy to ensure that the class library uses the same connection string that the calling application uses.
For example, the If you’re creating a new project, use the ASP. But you'll probably want to specify the connection string to use in the ASP.
The EF6 command-line tools that you'll use in the EF6 class library project require a default constructor so they can instantiate the context.
This actually cut the startup time in 1/2 on azure websites.
The third function of the lock file is when you choose to check it into source control.
The current custom error settings for this application prevent the details of the application error from being viewed remotely (for security reasons).