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TeBeCo
@tebeco
and try to debug that code that is not yours
you might find why
it's hard to give more detail from a phone ^^
Ghost
@ghost~6092e2a96da03739847be599
hello everyone
I have a doubt regarding Authentication and Authorization... is this a good place to ask?
Juan Ramos
@ptjuanramos

Hi there, I'm having a trouble with the Generic host configuration.

Host.CreateDefaultBuilder(args)
.ConfigureWebJobs(b => b.AddAzureStorage())
.ConfigureWebHostDefaults(b => b.UseStartup<Startup>());

I have this configured, but when I try to get a value from IConfiguration it actually returns the appsettings.json and not appsettings.development.json :/

Oisin Grehan
@oising
@ptjuanramos set DOTNET_ENVIRONMENT environment variable to "Development"
Juan Ramos
@ptjuanramos
Hi there, sorry for the delay, the environment was set to Development. The problem is when you use the .ConfigureWebJobs(b => b.AddAzureStorage()) builder method... It resets the configurations that CreateDefaultBuilder(...) places in the HostBuilder regarding the appsettings. It's actually a bug for WebJob Sdk. The solution was to re-set the appsettings configurations
Sean
@DapperDeer
hi there, I'm having an issue where I run dotnet build and in my output there is a runtimes folder that contains only linux runtimes, even if I add the --runtimes win-x64 argument. Any advice? To be clear, the --runtimes win-x64 argument does include the win-x64 dll, but it just plops it into my output folder rather than creating a win-x64 folder in runtimes and putting the dll in there.
TeBeCo
@tebeco
aren't you suppose to use dotnet publish for that ?
build is only meant for local dev time
publish is to get something shippable
it adds extra step after the build to be sure the thing "publish" will contains what it needs and are no more depending on your setup
idea is that build is then faster / dedicated only to build FOR YOU
Sean
@DapperDeer
I experience the same issue with dotnet publish
TeBeCo
@tebeco
you have a link to the repo on github ?
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TeBeCo
@tebeco
could be a dependency targeting ns1.x
also your other comment did not mentioned the publish folder
TeBeCo
@tebeco
you're not supposed to look parent folder
bin/<config >/<tfm>/<rid>/publish
Sean
@DapperDeer
There is a GitHub repo but it's a private org. I didn't mention the publish folder because I end up packing the project in the end, not publishing it.
TeBeCo
@tebeco
so no rid then
Thomas Crosman
@TCrosmanDSI
hey anyone here?
Irene Kors
@ik130

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Filip Vukovinski
@vukovinski
mmm, is MAUI supported in the latest preview of VS 2022?
TeBeCo
@tebeco
check the release note of net6 preview5
regarding sdk workload especially
and there's also a part in vs2022 release not IIRC
Rui Oliveira
@ruilvo
Is this channel adequate for general .net discussion?
Buğra
@BgR8
how to convert c# to php
TeBeCo
@tebeco
you don’t “convert” you rewrite it
and you probably have to learn how to read c# and how to write php
it’s not translatable 1 to 1
it needs human interaction
Stephen A. Imhoff
@Clockwork-Muse
That, and your biggest problem is going to be that you almost certainly need to learn different frameworks, instead of just a different language.
.... and as a side note, it feels like you're going the wrong way.
Buğra
@BgR8
Hi,
How to write instant data to file
For example i want to write datetime to excel with every seconds
Stephen A. Imhoff
@Clockwork-Muse
Do you mean "to excel program", "to excel file" (which might not be supported on non-windows platforms), or "to a file excel can read" (at which point you'd probably do CSV)
But your description makes me think you're dealing with something that's being logged, at which point you'd be better off using a dedicated logging/reporting library, many of which can output a CSV file (or to some other relevant format or storage, like maybe a database or splunk aggregator).
Buğra
@BgR8
I mean,
For example: write every second to a file
Stephen A. Imhoff
@Clockwork-Muse
..... write what every second to a file?
Buğra
@BgR8
datetime.now
Stephen A. Imhoff
@Clockwork-Muse
If it's only dates, ISO format it and write it out as normal, and just manually create the dates.
If it's the date/time + some other info - like, "this is the time this happened" - that's logging, and you should use a library that handles that for you.
If the actual current time is relevant, you're logging, and you should be using a library.
Because if you're dealing with something in a web context, you're going to be writing way more than 1Hz at some points, and you don't want to be only an excel file, and the log should probably be sent off the machine, and a few other things.
Buğra
@BgR8
Hi,
I'm getting mssql registry error.
computer then restarts
how can I fix it
Stephen A. Imhoff
@Clockwork-Muse
@BgR8 - look up the registry error code, see what bing/google returns.
We're not a tech support board, but you might get lucky. That aside "it gave me an error" isn't sufficient information to reasonably diagnose from (:glares at blender:)
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Craig Freeman
@Craig939393_twitter
If anyone has experience with streaming id really appreciate some insight on file uploads using streams. The sample apps on the docs show how to stream but then convert to a byte array anyway in order to read the file size for security reasons. So are there even any benefits if I have to read the stream to a byte array anyway?
TeBeCo
@tebeco
sorry you posted in 2 channel it’s disturbing
you may have to ask the question also