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Controlling the flow of migrations in EF Core
Altering EF Core migrations execution order
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EF Core has migrations as a way of restoring the database structure inherited from Entity Framework and for the most of the cases all you have to do to setup your database structure changes when deploying your new application version is to call the Migrate method from your DbContext.Database property. It is not a perfect solution but as I mention, it works great for majority of the cases and takes of the complexity of sorting out order for execution of pending changes so you can focus on business logic of your application. ...read more
Setting Azure DevOps pipeline variable from PowerShell script
Output value from PowerShell script to Azure DevOps builds and releases
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When using Azure DevOps Pipelines or Releases, it is pretty easy to move informations from the pipeline/release into the target artifact package or folder on the target environment. What can be tricky if you need to dictate your pipeline/release based on the value from your code base or maybe the environment to which you are deploying to. As a simple example I set the version attribute in in my .csproj file which I will use to tellĀ UseDotNet task in my build pipeline which SDK to use to perform .NET Core project build. ...read more
Increase service resilience using Polly and retry pattern in ASP.NET Core
Retry pattern in ASP.NET Core with Polly
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Whether you are doing micro-services or mid-size monolith applications that do not have to be too distributed, there is a big chance that you will depend on some external HTTP service. Whether it is REST, SOAP or any other type of the response, your application flow depends on it's response. Sure using queues and event-based communication between services or components will definitely increase the resilience of the application and make more error-proof, it adds additional complexity to the whole solution and sometimes that can be an overhead depending on the application type or the infrastructure you might be limited with. ...read more
Install multiple packages from Visual Studio package manager console
Adding multiple nuget packages to the project from package manager console
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If you are using Visual Studio 2017 as your main IDE, than you are probably familiar and used at least once NuGet package manager console. You may know or maybe not, but NuGet Package Manager relies on PowerShell script and Package Manager Console is basically hosted PowerShell command line inside Visual Studio. This means, apart from NuGet commands, you can also execute PowerShell commands.Ā ...read more

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