how I can make Access-Control-Allow-Origin in framework?
Hi to all! Are there someone?
I've a question about how to organise entities on project
suppose you are developing a SaaS app organised in features and editions
like an e-commerce (but I don't develop an e-commerce)
so you can organise editions to sell a module for managing contacts, and another editions to sell orders management
in first module i can have an entity called Category that refers to product category, and in orders module i can have another entity with same name but refers to Contact category the have placed an order
actually I have to put in a common DbContext two IDbSet with different name, like ProductCategories and ContactsCategories.
It would be nice if i can refer to ProductCategories like a namespaces ... e.g. DbContext.Catalogue.Categories.GetAll() and refer to other entity same way, like DbContext.Orders.Categories.GetAll()
someone have an idea ?
Luiz Guilherme Picorelli
Hello! I have a question.. where is the best place to put my enums folder?
hello, you can put it together with your entity i think
hello i want ask the question about how write a location custom validate message in model validate attribute?
You guys have done a phenomenal job with Abp!
Happy New Year ahahaha
hi every one. i have a little problem with aspnetboilerplate. i need to design UI pages in order to show information for public user. what is best approach for implementing this solution. for example design Area named FrontEnd or UserInterface in WebMPA project or Define new WebApplication as entire project in main solution. i use abp ver2.3.0 (mvc with multi page applicaion).
@picorelli if you use just on one entity, you can use the same file or you can create a "shared" folder and create your enums
@asoet i'll take a look! i'm experimenting with blazor too
Hi guys ... ABP and ANZ websites seems to be offline.
I Tweeted to @aspnetzero facing that issue ... are there someone here?
Hey, just curious about some identity decisions implemented
Currently Identity 3 doesn't have a permissions table. Nor does it have a claims table. So there is not way to specify available claims in a database. I'm looking to implement this functionality, and am curious if building a table called "Claims" then specifying the "ClaimType" as "Permission". Why didn't ABP do a similar functionality (because it's an Anti Pattern?), and also why isn't RoleClaims table deleted since it isn't being used?