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We upgraded content databases from SharePoint 2007 Enterprise to SharePoint 2010 Enterprise. A few of our users were using a Report Library (not related to SSRS).
During the upgrade, it stripped out the "History" column. We went through the audit log (using Axceler ControlPoint) and it showed the user who performed the upgrade deleted the "Reporting Metadata/2_.000", for example. The delete was done by
the actual upgrade process, though, not the user.
It seems that this was a global action carried across all sites in the farm during the upgrade.
Hello all, I'm new to asp.net and I'm currently practising some few stuffs. I'm creating a hotel reservation system using ASP.net Web site in visual studio 2008 and I currently don't have an App_Data in my solution explorer unlike visual web developer.
1. I have planned to make users of the website login before making their reservations.
2. I have also planned to develop the website such that I will be able to know all reservations made by each user.
First and formost, I will like to know how I can access/View the security database?
Secondly, how do I link my custom made reservation database and the security database in order to achieve my second plan above.?
Someone help me.
I use in my ASP.NET MVC application repository pattern and I use in controller for example 3 models:
public class HomepageController : Controller
private IWebsitesRepository _repository_websites = new WebsitesRepository();
private IFirmRepository _repository_firm = new FirmRepository();
private IPhotosRepository _repository_photos = new PhotosRepository();
In WebsiteRepozitory, FirmRepository and PhotosRepository classes I have:
Database1Entities _entities = new Database1Entities();
So I have 3 connections to database ? Is it wrong ? How can I solve it ?