Hi all, I copied the html shown below from a tutorial on how to use the JQuery datepicker. If I run it in Visual Studio ( it's part of an MVC project) it works perfectly.
I want to add the functionality of this to my personal project which is a net core Web app
I've tried adding the link and script references to _layout.cshtml and set the id of my date properties to "datepicker" but I don't see the datepicker popup. Anyone know what I'm doing wrong or missing ?
I have created one C# dll of .Net Framework 4.7.2. In this DLL, I want to deserialize the JSON file and when I have added the code for deserialization ,I got compilation error to install the NuGet package
After installing System.Text.Json NuGet package of latest version(5.0.2), dll builds successfully.
When I connect this Dll with the C++ application and calls the deserialization method of the DLL, at that time I got one run time exception stating that:
“Could not load file or assembly 'System.Runtime.CompilerServices.Unsafe, Version=184.108.40.206, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.”
Solutions I Tried:
1) I tried to change in the app.config file with the value of the version which is specified in the error.
If you use Net Framework projects with xxx.config file, you could use bindingRedirect.
Add these in app.config file or web.config file:
="" publickeytoken="b03f5f7f11d50a3a" culture="neutral">
After changing in app. Config file , I got different run time exception:
“System.IO.FileNotFoundException: 'Could not load file or assembly 'System.Buffers, Version=220.127.116.11, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=cc7b13ffcd2ddd51' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot find the file specified.'”
I tried changing the version of System. Buffers also in config file, but still getting the same error.
2) I tried to install the System.Text.Json of version 4.7.2
In this version also I am getting the same System. Buffers error.
Note: If we use the .Net 5.0.0(Core version) then System.Text.Json already present in it as default but with this version we are not able the generate the .tlb file as Regasm.exe gives error while registering the dll and in .Net 5.0.0 Register for COM interop is also disabled.
My untouched React-Redux/ASPCore project went from working fine to getting this error.
I upgraded all core components to 3.1.16 but still have the issue.
Two temporary solutions work:
1. It works if I disable SSL, but of course that is not a solution. , but want to stay with core so can not update to .NET 5as one solution suggested.
2. If i uninstall KB5003637, the error goes away and everything works fine. However, I have to keep uninstalling the security patch after other updates and it is annoying.
Hopefully someone has found a better solution.
I have read that upgrading to .NET 5 solves it, but I need to stay on Core.
Thank you. for some reason i thought going to 5 eliminated the cross platform support. i now see this is newest combined version as you say and continues the cross platform support.
After I updated to 5.0 the issue with KB5003637 goes away for me.
I have an ASP Net Core Web app which uses Razor pages, on one of the pages I use a datepicker as part of a data entry form, I have a problem where the date I select is somehow changing to the day before by the time it hits the database ( Postgresql ). In my controller action the date value received is correct - I'm using npgsql as the data provider - any idea what could be causing this ?
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I have seen this before and I don't recall where it was. But what is likely happening is the value 2021-06-11 00:00:00 is getting passed but somewhere it is then getting translated into your time zone, which I am guessing is -x from UTC. And so then it becomes, for example, 2021-06-10 20:00:00, if you were on the East Coast in the US.
You'll have to keep tracking it until you find where it changes.
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