Updating gridview in asp net 2 0

22-Jun-2016 23:28

Our project file went from this: to this: The next thing I needed to do was to remove a file that we had in our solution which was forcing the use of a specific SDK version; in our case 1.0.1.

We want our project to use the latest SDK so I removed this file entirely.

Microsoft have adjusted quite a few things regarding the Identity models and authentication.

These changes did require some fixes and restructuring of our code to comply with the new model.

The first step you will need to complete is to install the new 2.0 SDK and if you use Visual Studio as your IDE of choice, you will also need to install the latest version of Visual Studio 15.3.x in order to work with . I therefore unloaded the test project so that I wasn’t distracted by errors from that.

Many of the main steps that I followed as I upgraded the solution can be found outlined in the Microsoft . The first job was to upgrade the project to target .

Where we previpusly set it as follows: There is now a specific extension to configure the application cookie where we set this value so I added that code to Configure Services. A small change I had to take care of is that Get External Authentication Schemes has been made Async (and renamed accordingly) so I updated our code to call and await the Get External Authentication Schemes Async method – The return type has also changed, so I also needed to update one of our view models to take the resulting list of Authentication Schemes rather than Authentication Descriptions. These are intended to be used for calling the Sing Out Async and similar methods which were previously available via the IAuthentication Manager.

We used this code to conditionally “use” the various 3rd party login providers within our project; for example – Use Facebook Authentication. NET Core 2.0 is that third party login providers are now configured when registering the Authentication services and are no longer added as individual middleware components.We conditionally register our providers only if the application configuration includes the required App / Client Id for each provider.We do this with multiple, optional calls to the Add Authentication method.Our project file also included a runtime Framework Version property set to 1.0.4 which I removed to ensure that the project would use the latest available runtime. One of the drawbacks that people have experiences with depending on the many individual Nuget packages which make up ASP. NET Core runtime store which contains all of the required runtime packages.The migration guide also specifies that the Package Target Fallback node and variable should be renamed to Asset Target Fallback and so I made that change. NET Core platform is that management of the package versions can be a bit painful. This package contains dependencies to all of the common Microsoft. Since the packages are part of the runtime, your app won’t need to download many tens of dependencies from Nuget.

We used this code to conditionally “use” the various 3rd party login providers within our project; for example – Use Facebook Authentication. NET Core 2.0 is that third party login providers are now configured when registering the Authentication services and are no longer added as individual middleware components.We conditionally register our providers only if the application configuration includes the required App / Client Id for each provider.We do this with multiple, optional calls to the Add Authentication method.Our project file also included a runtime Framework Version property set to 1.0.4 which I removed to ensure that the project would use the latest available runtime. One of the drawbacks that people have experiences with depending on the many individual Nuget packages which make up ASP. NET Core runtime store which contains all of the required runtime packages.The migration guide also specifies that the Package Target Fallback node and variable should be renamed to Asset Target Fallback and so I made that change. NET Core platform is that management of the package versions can be a bit painful. This package contains dependencies to all of the common Microsoft. Since the packages are part of the runtime, your app won’t need to download many tens of dependencies from Nuget.NET Core 2.0 and to upgrade its dependencies to request the ASP. To do this I right clicked my project and chose to edit the csproj file directly. NET Core projects we can now do this without having to unload the project first. NET Core projects have a target Framework node which in our case was set to netcoreapp1.0.