Updating net applications
Learn more here of the features in this version is Account Confirmation and Password Reset.
This results in a change of the schema created by the ASP. Updating the package in an existing application (which was using 1.0) will cause the application to fail since the Entity Framework model has been changed. NET Web application(you can choose MVC or Web Forms) 2. Go to the ‘Update’ section and update the Identity packages 4. You would see the below error which shows that migration is needed on the database since the model is changed. To enable migrations in Visual Studio, click on ‘View’, select ‘Package Manager Console’. The migrations code generated should as below public override void Up() public override void Down() To summarize the changes, there are 2 new columns added to the Asp Net Users table namely ‘Email’ and ‘Is User Confirmed’.
After you have extended a web application into a zone with a set of Internet Information Services (IIS) bindings and alternate access mapping URLs, you might decide that you want to use a different URL to reach the web application.
For example, you might have originally created a web application to use HTTP and later decide to use SSL instead.
This is sometimes referred to as a deployment provider.
For more information on setting this property, see Choosing a Click Once Update Strategy.
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You need to update your database schema to use the 2.0 features. version of Identity, have a local user registered for the application, update the Identity bits to 2.0.0-alpha1 and then migrate the database to make the application run as expected. Also the ‘User_Id’ column in the ‘Asp Net User Claims’ table is renamed to ‘User Id.
This can be done using Entity Framework migrations. This article provides a quick overview on the migration process to 2.0.0-alpha1 from 1.0.0 version of ASP. The ‘Discriminator’ column is removed but this is more of an EF change.
We are looking for a good auto update solution for such a system.
Most likely, we would need a separate auto update application (service) that will do the job, or some centralized admin application that will know about versions of all installed instances and do the update remotely.
Is there any good product/library, made for this purpose, that you know about or had experience with?