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Troubleshooting "Could not load file or assembly 'DotNetOpenAuth.Core, Version=, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=2780ccd10d57b246' or one of its dependencies"

The Issue:

After I had updated my .Net Core on my developer machine to a newer version I went to debug a web application I had and received this error: 311 more words


How to Create a Config File for Battlefield 1


There are many console commands with different purposes in Battlefield 1. You can not only activate the commands via console, in some cases you might want to have certain commands enabled permanently, and that’s where a configuration file comes in very handy. 308 more words


MapView 1.67


Vanaf versie v1.66 wordt in het scherm het versienummer en een copyright notice weergegeven. Deze is vanaf deze versie ook te configureren, met het attribuut: 110 more words


How to use ajax in web forms if application xhtmlConformance mode is set to Legacy in web config

If xhtmlConformance mode is set to legacy in web config then, to use ajax or ajax enabled controls in application really becomes a pain.

There are two ways in which you can use ajax in your application: 239 more words


Design patterns for container-based distributed systems

In the late 1980s and early 1990s, object-oriented programming
revolutionized software development, popularizing
the approach of building of applications as collections
of modular components. Today we are seeing…

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Consistent Updates for Software-Defined Networks: Change You Can Believe In!

Configuration changes are a common source of instability in
networks, leading to broken connectivity, forwarding loops,
and access control violations. Even when the initial and final…

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Encrypting .NET Config Files in a Shared Development Environment

This page will attempt to describe how to encrypt sensitive information contained in .NET config files using the RSA Key Container, as well as how to export/import the key from that container so that other developers may use the same key to work on the same project. 819 more words