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In the SQL Server Management Studio, errors can be tracked down easily, using the built in Error List pane. This pane can be activated in the View menu, or by using shortcuts Ctrl+\ and Ctrl+E The Error List pane displays syntax and semantic errors found in the query editor. To navigate directly to the SQL syntax error in the script editor, double-click the…

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Cloud computing is a combination of computerization and internet technology, where data ranging from small to large scale is stored on internet servers, which allows us to access our data from various locations and through various platforms. SaaS is one of three types of cloud computing services that are commonly offered by cloud service providers.…

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The ASP.NET Core API has a single API and needs to accept access tokens from three different identity providers. Auth0, OpenIddict and Azure AD are used as identity providers. OAuth2 is used to acquire the access tokens. I used self contained access tokens and only signed, not encrypted. This can be changed and would result in changes to the ForwardDefaultSelector implementation. Each…

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In this article I will show you how to fix ‘View was Not Found’ error message on your core. Please be advised that I’m using core 6 project here. Here we go! First, create a new ASP.NET Core Web Application Project or open an existing one. 1. Modify the C# file named Program.cs. Add app.UseStatusCodePagesWithReExecute(“/Home/Error/{0}”) as in the…

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