Category Archives: .Net

Entity Framework and Esri Geodatabase (in AspNet.Core)

Intro This blog will cover the basics for wiring up a model through Entity Framework to use with an SDE / Geo-enabled database. The included code is based on AspNetCore running on full framework. AspNetCore has dependency injection that is … Continue reading

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Linq to Sql and SqlCE

If you add a dbml to a project using the Visual Studio 2010 tools and then try to drag an object from a SqlCE database into the model it will fail with the message “source not supported”. I don’t see … Continue reading

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Quickly Converting Canon RAW Images

I have a Playstation3 and to my frustration, it does not display RAW images. Yes I know that ps3-media server and others can convert on the fly, but it takes a lot of time. When I order prints or send … Continue reading

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Using session/state with web services

To use sessions in a web service just include the magic attribute in the WebService method declaration [System.Web.Services.WebMethod(EnableSession = true)] The session can then be accessed directly from the HttpContext.Current.Session or the WebService.Session property when we have inhertied from the … Continue reading

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.Net – Ignoring trust relationship

Have you ever tried to use a web service over SSL to a server that is not trusted? I did, and ran into some “problems”. It was more frustration than real problems… My test bed is a server running off … Continue reading

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ASP.NET MVC and Troubled ROUTES

Intro: The MVC Routing feels really good once you get the ideas under your skin. It all kind of fits beautiful. Getting there takes a while though. And it’s not always easy to toss the old ways (programming model) away … Continue reading

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