Error: Failed to find a valid digest in the ‘integrity’ attribute for resource xxxxxx. The resource has been blocked. Resolution: This is an annoying issue indeed and I’m getting that error every now and then. It seems to happen after updating some packages, and the build processes fails to pick up the new SHA for... » read more
Error: Error in Visual Studio when trying to publish project. Event name should have at least 3 parts separated by slash Fix: This specific error happens when you are not logged in to the Azure account in VS (the account that contains the Function app). To work-around this issue: You can go to File ->... » read more
Key Action F5 Build Crtl + K + C Comment Line Crtl + K + U Uncomment Line Crtl + M + O Collapse All Crtl + Scroll Up Zoom In Ctrl + Scroll Down Zoom Out Printable Sheet Click to get our printable keyboard shortcut cheatsheet for Visual Studio Sources: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/visualstudio/ide/default-keyboard-shortcuts-in-visual-studio?view=vs-2019
Error: Project reference not found in Visual Studio with multiple projects. Resolution: Make sure all projects in the solutions have the same .NET Framework version.
File Location (For Local Development Environment) C:\Users\user01\AppData\Roaming\Microsoft\UserSecrets\e13a4f3c-0111-4fcc-bba1-11d7e67a1b6d\secrets.json Example Note: Need to create the same entry in configuration when deploying application to Azure. Each project will have a user secret file. Change the name of the project will create a new user secret file.
https://www.mssqltips.com/sqlservertip/6481/install-sql-server-integration-services-in-visual-studio-2019/ Adding the SSIS Projects extension to the Visual Studio 2019 When Visual Studio is opened, we click on “Continue without code” to add the necessary extension: In this window, we click on “Extensions” > “Manage Extensions”: In the search bar of the opened window, we type “Integration Services” to easily locate the extension. From the appeared list we choose “SQL... » read more
This document explains how to manage sensitive data for an ASP.NET Core app on a development machine. Never store passwords or other sensitive data in source code. Production secrets shouldn’t be used for development or test. Secrets shouldn’t be deployed with the app. Instead, production secrets should be accessed through a controlled means like environment... » read more
Issues: All Packages show the Yellow Warning icon. Fix: Got to Package Manager Settings and click on "Clear All NuGet Cache(s)" Go to Package Manager Console… Sources: http://pratikvasani.github.io/archive/2016/02/24/Nuget-package-reference-issues/ https://stackoverflow.com/questions/46833402/what-do-yellow-warning-triangles-mean-on-dependencies-in-visual-studio-2017