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kandi X-RAY | webutilities Summary
Client side performance is important for better user experience. Optimizing and efficiently serving the static resources (JS, HTML, CSS, Images etc.) significantly increases client side performance. This Java Library provides web components to help you speed up Front-End of your J2EE application. It is said that 80% of the end-user response time is spent on the front-end. To make the front-end efficient and friendly to the browser, various [Performance Practices] have been suggested. We can measure page performance using tools such as [YSlow] or [Page Speed] These tools validate page against the best practices and give the performance ratings/grade. WebUtilities provides inbuilt J2EE components to apply some of those best practices in your web application with minimal change to speed it up and get higher performance score.
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I have a web.api action that accepts multipart/form-data via streaming, so it doesn't have any arguments:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-21 at 10:21
Since in .Net web api the controllers derive from
ControllerBase, they all have a
HttpContext instance property, you can use its
So something like this:
I am working on an asp.net core mvc project (.net 5) but struggling hard with Identity related things.
I have a class
HedgehogUserAccount that inherits from
IdentityUser with two other classes that inherit from
UserAccount (bad choice of name, I know - I will change it when everything works). After a lot of work, I have managed to get the migrations to work and the program compiles and runs, but when I try to register a
User I get the following error:
NotSupportedException: No IUserTwoFactorTokenProvider named 'Default' is registered.
The error comes from line 90 in my registration code (see full code pasted below - it is almost the same as the scaffolded registration page):
var code = await _userManager.GenerateEmailConfirmationTokenAsync(user);
The relevant (I think) part of my Startup.cs looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-04 at 10:31
After a lot of headaches, I have now reached a conclusion to my problem. I solved it by implementing my own token provider and registering it with the system. In case anyone else crashes into the same wall as I did, I leave my solution here.
Step 1: Implement IUserTwoFactorTokenProvider
I use Identity and can't access the confirmation page (There is no transition to another page from the Register page). Using migrations, I created tables for users, but by clicking the "Register" button, this page is refreshed.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-11 at 09:10
Seems your register failed (maybe the user already exists), so it return back to the current page instead of going to confirm, while you didn't show the error message in the view, so you don't know if the account is successfully registerd.
Add this line to your custom Register view to show the error message:
I have been trying to pass parameters trough another page and this works, however i'm not getting what I desired and it has probably to do with what i pass.
The first thing i pass is a name but includes spaces and special character, the second thing i pass is a web link
how i send it:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-09 at 01:48
Minor correction of URL syntax methodology
I have the following configuration, but the ASPNETCORE_ENVIRONMENT variable doesn't make it to the CsProj config.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-12 at 06:12
I think you might need to move the environment variable from
env in your
.vscode/launch.json file to
environmentVariables in the "Web" property in
In ASP.Net Core, I have this action method:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-21 at 20:58
I have confirmed if I search for
FormFileValueProviderFactory in the
ValueProviderFactories in my
DisableFormValueModelBindingAttribute, I can find it by simply doing a
Where(p => p.GetType().Name == "FormFileValueProviderFactory").FirstOrDefault(). Then if I remove it from the factories list, everything just works.
So the question now becomes why cannot I reference that type. Since I have the type pulled up I can look at the assembly being referenced and it is
C:\Program Files\dotnet\shared\Microsoft.AspNetCore.App\3.1.10\Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc.Core.dll. This means it is not even using the NuGet at all, but is using this assembly. So I began removing older and unnecessary NuGet references when I discovered why this project is set up this way. There are some ASP.NET Core MVC utilities in a helper library, including the
DisableFormValueModelBindingAttribute. This library is currently configured to be
netstandard2.1, which is why the ASP.NET Core stuff cannot be referenced.
To fix this, all I had to do was change the target framework to be
netcoreapp3.1 and add this to reference ASP.NET Core:
I am using .NET version
5.0.100-rc.1.20452.10 , ASP.NET Core Web API, Microsoft SQL Server 2019, JWT token. I have
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-28 at 09:07
You are not actually adding roles to the token. Each role should be a claim, like this.
new Claim(ClaimTypes.Role, "));
Is it possible to send a POST request to a controller and read the
HttpContext.Request.Body stream immediately after sending the POST request (for example if the file is 10GB large)? If I have a form like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-28 at 15:25
A range of solutions is described at Dealing with large file uploads on ASP.NET Core 1.0.
There is one important thing though that is not mentioned there - you have to remove the default binders. Otherwise buffering will kick in. Here is is how - Upload large files with streaming.
When I try to upload a 80mb file from postman to my local endpoint running in Visual Studio 2019 on IISExpress I get the following error:
The request filtering module is configured to deny a request that exceeds the request content length.
So I added this to applicationhost.config for the project:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-20 at 01:29
I was missing this option in startup:
I'm trying to upload images by using the
IFormFile. But I got an error at this line:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-04 at 17:27
I created another solution and it works. I don't know why :D
No vulnerabilities reported
Refer [Getting Started wiki] (https://github.com/rpatil26/webutilities/wiki/)
Configure your web.xml with [chain of filters] (https://github.com/rpatil26/webutilities/wiki/chaining) accordingly.
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