Hi, i use a generic list of object to bind a GridView
In the RowDataBound event i need to access to the entity associated to the row and not only to the single property using DataBinder.Eval(e.Row.DataItem, "propertyname")
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Julie Lerman shows database administrators how to limit access to databases from the Entity Framework by allowing it to work only with views and stored procedures instead of tables-without impacting application code or alienating developers.
MSDN Magazine August 2010
Building a data access layer using LINQ to SQL and the ADO.NET Entity Framework allows you to decouple your application from the persistence technology you're using.
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I am slightly new to this part of .Net and I will need your help.
There is a framework in Java known as JPA/Hibernate which uses classes to map tables of databases. I want to know can we achieve the same result in .Net. I think that is possible through ORM but I am not very much sure how to use it.
Can anyone please explain me with an example.
Thanks in advance
We are developing a .net 4 application that uses sqlServerCe with entity framework.
We get random access violation exceptions when we read from the database. The exceptions always occurs in SqlServerCe.NativeMethods but exact location/function varies.
Platform: There are more exceptions running this on XP but they also occurs on Windows 7.
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010
Version 10.0.40219.1 SP1Rel
Microsoft .NET Framework
Version 4.0.30319 SP1Rel
Installed Version: Ultimate
Microsoft Visual C# 2010 01019-532-2002102-70982
Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate - ENU Service Pack 1 (KB983509) KB983509
This service pack is for Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate - ENU.
If you later install a more recent service pack, this service pack will be uninstalled automatically.
For more information, visit http://support.microsoft.com/kb/983509.
I run a simple .aspx website on a Windows Server 2008 machine.
There is NO impersonation, and
System.Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity.GetCurrent().Name returns NT
AUTHORITY\NETWORK SERVICE, which it the account which the application
pool runs. In my web.config, I have <authentication mode="Forms">.
I tried to test the security of the
application and server by removing file permissions to the .aspx files. I
was greatly worried when the website continued to run without problem
(it should not have been able to read the .aspx files).
on file level auditing, I discovered that the .aspx files were being
read by the machine$ account (if the machine is called Serv1, then the
files would be read by the Serv1$ account, which seems to have access to
all files on the local machine).
Is this a security breach or is this behaviour by design ?
Please can somebody assist, as I am worried.