DiscountASP.NET renews EU-US and Swiss-US Privacy Shield Certification

Takeshi Eto I’m happy to announce that we renewed the EU-US Privacy Shield and Swiss-US Privacy Shield Certification. Of course, we worked with our Privacy Management Solutions Partner, TrustArc (formerly Truste) to help us through the renewal process. You can get more information about the Privacy Shield program at privacyshield.gov. You can review our Privacy Policy online here.

privacy shield frameworkThe whole global Privacy regulation landscape is continuously changing and is more complex than ever. Running a business is hard enough and there is no way we could keep up with what is going on with global Privacy regulations on top of that. That is why we look to partners like TrustArc to keep up-to-date and help us and guide us in navigating global Privacy standards.

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How to add a View in ASP.NET MVC

In the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern, the view handles the application’s data presentation and user interaction.  A view is an HTML template with embedded Razor markup.  Razor markup is code that interacts with HTML markup to produce a web page that’s sent to the client.

  • In ASP.NET MVC, views are .cshtml files that use the C# programming language in Razor markup.

Let’s start by creating a controller:

In Solution Explorer, right click on the Controllers folder and click on Add then Controller like this:

In the Add Scaffold dialog box, click MVC 5 Controller – Empty then Add:

Name your new controller “AboutUsController” and click on Add button:

  • Now, you will get a controller and a view folder in your Solution Explorer.
  • Let us add a view to this controller that will act as a data presentation and user interaction page.

Right click on the “ActionResult Index ()”and click Add view:

  • In the Add View window, use the layout (if you have any).
  • Click on Add button.

You should see a view created in the “AboutUs” folder like this:

Build your project and you can view your new view / page by going to this URL:

http://localhost:#####/AboutUs/ where ##### represents the port number.

 

 

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About Guest Blogger: Lavish Kumar

Based out of New York, USA, Lavish Kumar is a full stack web developer by profession and founder of Striving Programmers, a trusted community for developers that offers a wealth of articles and forums to assist individuals with improving their software development skills. He is passionate about writing tech articles and building great web applications. Lavish specializes in custom web applications, e-Commerce platforms, CMS implementation and CRM systems.

 

Microsoft Silver Partner Status Renewed with Three Competencies

Takeshi Eto I’m proud to announce that we have successfully renewed our Microsoft Silver Partner status with three competencies –  Silver Datacenter competency, Silver Cloud Platform Hosting competency and the Small and MidMarket Cloud Solutions competency.  So we got to expand our Microsoft Partner logo with the new competencies!

Microsoft Silver Partner

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April 2019 Web Application Gallery Updates

Ray Huang Below is a list of our Web Application Gallery updates for April 2019.

 

 

  • Acquia Drupal 7.65
  • BlogEngine.NET 3.3.6
  • DotNetNuke (DNN) 9.3.1.2 Platform
  • Gallery Server Pro 4.5.0
  • Joomla 3.9.5
  • mediaWiki 1.32.0
  • mojoPortal 2.7.0.0
  • Moodle 3.6.3+
  • phpBB 3.2.5
  • phpMyAdmin 4.8.5
  • Umbraco CMS 8.0.1
  • WordPress 5.1.1

 

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SQL 2017 Hosting is Available

Takeshi EtoSQL 2017 hosting is now available as an add-on option. Customers can order SQL 2017 through their Control Panel. All of the SQL tools available for SQL 2016 are available for SQL 2017.

 

sql 2017 hosting

 

Some of the new features of SQL 2017 include general performance improvements, new string functions, query processing enhancements like adaptive query processing,  graph database capabilities, and security enhancements like Always encrypted and row level security.

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How to Change the Default Value of Select Top Rows in SQL Server Management Studio

In SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS), the quickest way to open or edit a database table’s content is by right clicking on the table and choosing Edit / Select.  But, how many of you are aware that SQL Server Management Studio’s settings allows you to change the default value?

One of the main reasons this setting was added to SQL Server Management Studio is to prevent unresponsiveness of the system if the table consists of large amount of data.

By default in SSMS, you can select 1000 Rows and Edit 200 Rows.

If you would like to change the default value then go to SSMS > Tools > Options:

In the Options dialog box, highlight SQL Server Object Explorer and change the default values to any number as per your requirements.

In this example, we are changing the value to “2000”.

Press OK.

After saving the changes, go ahead and right click on your database table.  You should see the new value as shown below:

 

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About Guest Blogger: Lavish Kumar

Based out of New York, USA, Lavish Kumar is a full stack web developer by profession and founder of Striving Programmers, a trusted community for developers that offers a wealth of articles and forums to assist individuals with improving their software development skills. He is passionate about writing tech articles and building great web applications. Lavish specializes in custom web applications, e-Commerce platforms, CMS implementation and CRM systems.