Alireza Noori

Iran

anoori.me

Age: 28

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Bachelor of Science in Computer Science

Software developer

I’m professionally familiar with:

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comment Moving items to list of items in an Entity Framework migration
Thanks a lot. Worked flawlessly. Only correction: WHERE Foods.ID = r.Food_ID in your UPDATE statement.
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comment Locking a table during 2 statements in Entity Framework
I wish I could give you the points too.
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comment Locking a table during 2 statements in Entity Framework
In that case it seems like @JanneMatikainen's answer is the way to go.
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comment Locking a table during 2 statements in Entity Framework
Thanks. This seems to be the best and logical way to achieve what I want,
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comment Locking a table during 2 statements in Entity Framework
This works but only a few quick questions: 1. Is this number unique across all the records? I wouldn't want to have multiple numbers. 2. When I converted the number to long it was a really big number. Is there a way to get this sequential? (meaning starting from 1 or sth). 3. The number I'm looking for is a 32-bit integer. Is there a way to convert this number to a smaller 32 bit int? Currently the value I'm getting is very large and I can't convert it to int via casting.
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comment Locking a table during 2 statements in Entity Framework
This could be a pretty neat solution. Let me try it and get back to you.
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comment Locking a table during 2 statements in Entity Framework
They are not that important. But I'd rather don't have any redundant data on my db.
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comment Locking a table during 2 statements in Entity Framework
My only issue with this is that I need a number. I can't really use timestamp :(
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comment Locking a table during 2 statements in Entity Framework
Is there a way to somehow get a number based on the "rowversion" or tell SQL server to use a number instead of timestamp?
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comment Locking a table during 2 statements in Entity Framework
I wanted to do that but I need an integer number.
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comment Locking a table during 2 statements in Entity Framework
This would work but how about the previous records in the database? Also how should I remove the redundant records?
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