Visual Studio during Debugging: The function evaluation requires all threads to run

Cause This isn't an error in and of itself, but more of a feature of your debugger. Some properties require code to be executed so that the property can be read, but if this requires cross-thread interaction, then other threads may have to run as well. The debugger doesn't do this automatically, but certainly can,... Continue Reading →

Hashing Passwords-Easier Password Management by creating and storing the salt and the hashed password in a single value.

Include header using System.Web.Helpers; In View: To take input <div class="col-sm-4 tb-font"> @Html.Label("UName", "User Name", new { style = "width:140px; margin-bottom:5px; margin-top:5px; float: left;" }) @Html.TextBox("UserName", null, new { @class = "form-control text-box" }) </div> <div class="col-sm-4 tb-font"> @Html.Label("Pswrd", "Password", new { style = "width:140px; margin-bottom:5px; margin-top:5px; float: left;" }) @Html.Password("Password", null, new { @class... Continue Reading →

Return bool value from ajax

Returning bool value from ajax is not similar to any simple function that returns the bool value. BUT DON'T WORRY! it isn't even too difficult. it's just slightly different. Solution var alreadyExists = function () { var role = $("#UserRole").val(); var notexists = false; $.ajax ({ url: "@(Url.Action("checkExists", "UserManagement"))", data: { role: role }, contentType:... Continue Reading →

Get Value(s) from one table and Insert into column of another or same table

Solution INSERT INTO destination_table (column names ) (select column names from the source_table ); e.g. INSERT INTO [dbo].[t_Menu] (Name,ParentId)VALUES ('CustomizedReports',(select id from t_Menu where Name='Reports')) go Explanation Here I have inserted the value in the same table, you can write name of the other table in select statement if you want to get from other... Continue Reading →

StoredProcedureName_Result not found

Solution If your stored procedure i returning just a column or more than 1 columns and not returning the ID column that is the primary key, this error would occur. Just include ID or * in select statement e.g. ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[sp_FillMenuItems] AS BEGIN SELECT * from t_Menu End OR ALTER PROCEDURE [dbo].[sp_FillMenuItems] AS BEGIN... Continue Reading →

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