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comment Does changing any sub-directory or file in an ASP.NET application recycles the app pool
Hmmm... that's a good suggestion, I will look into that. If that indeed is the case, I think there's a pretty simple workaround to not write a file using HttpResponse.WriteFile but instead reading the file manually using a stream and outputting using HttpResponse.WriteBytes. The same can be easily encapsulated in an extension method on HttpResponse.
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comment Sql Server - Counting partitions with Ranking functions
Thanks Ian, unfortunately only one reply can be marked as an answer :(
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comment Sql Server - Counting partitions with Ranking functions
Thanks Anon, that was what I was missing...
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revised Troubleshooting why WindowsAuthentication module is not kicking in for a particular page
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comment Troubleshooting why WindowsAuthentication module is not kicking in for a particular page
Hi @Dotnettex, I have tried that already and it still doesn't work.
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comment EntityFramework Code First and custom Inheritance
Hi jesse, I have updated the question with more details, thanks for your time..
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comment DataContext and CommittableTransaction
I am not exactly trying to mimic TransactionScope. Obviously with TransactionScope, Transaction.Current is set but DataContext must be doing something to enlist to it, so something like if(Transaction.Current!=null) {this.EnlistTransaction(Transaction.Current)}. SqlConnection has an EnlistTransaction method, I am trying to figure out a similar approach for DataContext.
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comment DataContext and CommittableTransaction
@GertArnold, well that's the point. I can not use ambient transaction (setting it explicitly is as good as using TransactionScope with appropriate modifiers). Deeply nested code would be invoked as a result of my calls which themself use Contexts and would thus participate in same transaction as mine (they do not use TransactionScope and would thus get automatically enlisted).I know I can use TransactionScope with "Suppress" in nested code,but that's lot of refactoring and QA.Like I said,I can use the DbTransaction property,I am interested in CommittableTransaction as an academic exercise too.
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