SSRS report definition is newer than Server

Trying to upload a newer version of SSRS RDL file to a older reporting server… Error: The report definition is not valid or supported by this version of Reporting Services. This could be the result of publishing a report definition of a later version of Reporting Services, or that the report definition contains XML that... » read more

Look for Deleted records in Log File

Look for deleted records in transaction log file. There is an undocumented function called fn_dblog which enables you to read data from your transaction log which contains very informative data about things that are happening in your database.  The function fn_dblog requires a beginning LSN and ending LSN for a transaction.  NULL is the default for this... » read more

jQuery with Blazor

Example 1 index.html Note: Script tags should not be placed inside components because they cannot be updated dynamically. To fix this, move the script tag to the ‘index.html’ file or another static location. MainLayout.razor or in the MainLayoutBase.cs Example 2 Sources: https://www.syncfusion.com/faq/blazor/general/how-do-i-use-jquery-ui-components-in-a-blazor-application https://www.syncfusion.com/faq/blazor/javascript-interop/is-there-a-way-to-access-dom-in-blazor https://stackoverflow.com/questions/54274629/how-to-use-jquery-ui-from-blazor-component

AuthenticationStateProvider vs AuthenticationState

AuthenticationStateProvider AuthenticationState AuthenticationStateProvider vs AuthenticationState Blazor has a built-in service called AuthenticationStateProvider service. This service obtains authentication state data from ASP.NET Core’s HttpContext.User. This is how authentication state integrates with existing ASP.NET Core authentication mechanisms. It is this service that is used by AuthorizeView component and CascadingAuthenticationState component to get the authentication state. Don’t use AuthenticationStateProvider directly. Use the AuthorizeView component. The main drawback to using AuthenticationStateProvider directly... » read more

CSS and @ Symbol

These are all known in CSS as at-rules. They’re special instructions for the browser, not directly related to styling of (X)HTML/XML elements in Web documents using rules and properties, although they do play important roles in controlling how styles are applied. @font-face rules define custom fonts for use in your designs that aren’t always available on all... » read more

CSS Class and ID Selectors

You can also define your own selectors in the form of class and ID selectors. The benefit of this is that you can have the same HTML element, but present it differently depending on its class or ID. In the CSS, a class selector is a name preceded by a full stop (“.”) and an ID selector is a... » read more