Hangfire.AspNet | Recommended way to install Hangfire | Frontend Framework library

 by   HangfireIO C# Version: v0.2.0 License: MIT

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Hangfire.AspNet is a C# library typically used in User Interface, Frontend Framework, Bootstrap, Docker applications. Hangfire.AspNet has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

This package provides recommended way to install Hangfire to ASP.NET applications hosted in IIS with later transition to always-running mode in mind. It contains classes and methods that use IRegisteredObject and IProcessHostPreloadClient interfaces to plug in to the IIS and ASP.NET application lifecycle more tightly than regular OWIN methods available in the Hangfire.Core package. This package also includes a Powershell script to enable Always Running mode for your application that is based on Service Autostart Providers. This package aims to replace the documentation article Making ASP.NET application always running. Documentation is pending, please see

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              Hangfire.AspNet has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 73 star(s) with 31 fork(s). There are 15 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              Hangfire.AspNet has no issues reported. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of Hangfire.AspNet is v0.2.0

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              Hangfire.AspNet has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
              Hangfire.AspNet code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
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              Hangfire.AspNet is licensed under the MIT License. This license is Permissive.
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            Community Discussions


            Hangfire looking for ISet in mscorlib.dll
            Asked 2022-Feb-04 at 09:34

            I'm getting this runtime exception with Hangfire after upgrading to .NET6



            Answered 2022-Feb-04 at 09:34

            As said in the comments, you should look in your Hangfire database for a serialized parameter featuring a ISet. It is the deserialization of this parameter which causes the issue, as indicated by :

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/70114466


            Service not being injected within Hangfire job in Blazor Server App
            Asked 2021-Nov-15 at 17:54

            Disclaimer: I'm very new to the C#, ASP.NET Core and Dependency Injection world. I've created a simple Blazor Server App from the default template, which scaffolds a mock weather service and shows data fetched from it in a table. Now I want the table to be automatically updated every five seconds, for which I am using the Hangfire.AspNetCore and Hangfire.MemoryStorage packages. So I've slightly modified the FetchData.razor component to look like this:



            Answered 2021-Nov-15 at 17:54

            Here's the FetchData component that uses a standard Timer.

            A few points:

            1. I've added a Task.Delay in to emulate a slow connection and to show that the page is refreshing.
            2. StateHasChanged is wrapped like this await this.InvokeAsync(StateHasChanged) to ensure it gets run on the UI context thread.
            3. Implements IDisposable as we have the Timer event handler to disconnect.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/69967013


            How to set Hangfire authorization in F#?
            Asked 2021-Nov-14 at 10:20

            According to the Hangire Documentation, allowing authorization to Hangfire dashboard can be done in the following way in C#:



            Answered 2021-Nov-14 at 10:20

            I got it working like this:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/69961372


            Old Hangfire servers keep coming back and running old code
            Asked 2021-Nov-01 at 16:50

            I'm using Hangfire.AspNetCore version 1.7.25 in my .NET Core 2.2 web application to perform a background job.

            I use services.AddHanfire and services.AddHangfireServer settings in my startup.cs ConfigureServices method, along with the app.UseHangfireDashboard in my Configure method.

            I have written code in one of my Controllers to allow the user to schedule a Hangfire job by clicking on a button. The code looks similar to the following:



            Answered 2021-Nov-01 at 16:50

            Okay, so here's what I did wrong that resulted in me getting "ghost" servers in Hangfire. Basically, I had two instances of my application running and I didn't even realize it. I had deployed my application to our TEST server in Azure which was using an Azure Database. This test app was also set to "always run". Now, when I was testing my changes to the application in my development machine I was also connecting to the same Azure database that the test application was connected to. This is why, even when I truncated the Hangfire tables, the "ghost" servers kept coming back. These servers belonged to the application that was running on the TEST server, and since the application was always running, the servers kept getting recreated, and the old code on the TEST server kept being executed since I had never deployed the changes from my DEV server to the TEST server on Azure.

            Basically, it was my own stupid fault.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/69740050


            The .Net Core 5 project can't be run in Visual Studio 2019
            Asked 2021-Sep-24 at 19:30

            I've got a .Net Core project from one of my colleague that has been managed by .Net SDK 5 and VS Code. But now I want to manage it in Visual Studio 2019, as it is easier to navigate codes and run/debug project. I could open the project folder, by choosing File/Open/Folder... and select the project folder in VS 2019. But when I try to run it by click run button in the tool bar as below, I get the alert box as below next. I clicked this run button to run project Build failed alert message

            And here is the build output.



            Answered 2021-Sep-24 at 03:26

            there could be two issues

            1. missing SDK, you can check SDK version using

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/69308934


            Blazor WASM Project Referencing Error (BLAZORSDK1001)
            Asked 2021-May-25 at 04:53

            I have one Server project and now trying to convert it into Progressive Web Application. When I reference the API, Model, and UI projects to it then the following error comes out:



            Answered 2021-May-25 at 04:53

            "I have one Server project" is a little unclear since we can only see . I assume you want ot convert form a Blazor Server App to a WebAssembly app?

            The project type is now WebAssembly but you are including, amongst others,

            You can't access a database from a browser app directly. It's not supported and it wouldn't be safe (all clients would have access to the connection string).

            This project needs to be split into a Client and a Server (API) part.

            Your best course is to create a project (in a temp folder) from the full Blazor Wasm + Asp.Net Hosted + Individual Accounts template. It'll give you a complete reference for what goes where.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/67666574


            Activating classes with hangfire in ASP Net Core
            Asked 2020-Nov-01 at 17:16

            I have issues with configuring HangFire. I'm trying to fire and forget an alarming call in ASP Net Core.

            Alarming Service:



            Answered 2020-Nov-01 at 17:16

            First off, the important part of the exception you are seeing is:

            Unable to resolve service for type 'Wms.Alarming.AlarmingConfig' while attempting to activate 'Wms.Alarming.AlarmingService'

            Which indicates that somewhere in your code (a part you haven't shown yet) you are trying to inject an instance of AlarmingService.

            You've configured how to resolve a singleton service for the interface IAlarmingService, which means you should be able to have a class depend on IAlarmingService. However, if your class depends specfically on AlarmingService (not the interface), you will get this error, because you have not defined how to resolve a dependency of type AlarmingService.


            • the code you haven't shown should only depend on IAlarmingService and not the concrete class itself (AlarmingService) or..
            • you need to also configure DI container to handle a dependency specifically of type AlarmingService, e.g.:

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/64632082


            A suitable constructor for my type using DI could not be located
            Asked 2020-Jul-14 at 15:29

            I have a .NET core WebAPI project that uses Hangfire for background jobs. I am trying to setup Simple Injector for DIs. My porject has an IFoo and a Foo class that looks as follows



            Answered 2020-Jul-14 at 15:29

            I am not sure the DI in Hangfire is for this purpose.

            You need dependency injection to resolve inner dependencies, not to resolve the main type you want to use.

            You can check the documentation here.

            Check this answer with same problem.

            Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/62898031

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