Jan 02, 2019 05:39 AM|rogersbr|LINK
I said angular.js because there were 2 solutions offered, yours which is great, direct; And one I was in the middle of using already which is the identity framework. On the other one thats from Brock Allen and others' work on identity, someone came up with
the user/role admin page, you add about 6/7 lines of code and it just works? So I did, webforms, c# and in a new project that Identity2 example ran as shown, it has the button to add users, show all users, set claims/roles. But where in the project is it?
Its not in any of the pages in the solution. I want to change functions, add things etc. Where was the .cshtml pages for it? NOT FOUND!!!
So apparently in GitHub their solution has to be downloaded then you modify that angular.js project, then install a precompiled dll? into the project that gives you that user interface. I thought it was going to be code in the solution. its not. It will
not run in anything but VS2017, so had to install/set that up, one thing after another, another. I thought it was the solution but where the compiled dll(s) are supposed to go is not known. if the project uses CDN files for the user interface? not known.
Its interesting how projects can have that kind of feature, a user interface in a webforms app thats precompiled. It looks like the user interface is not even in the source, doing searches for text used in the .cshtml or .html pages with 0 results? Their
project is complex, it would take months to come up with what they have there, dozens of controller pages some with huge intricate 1000+ LOC. so now that one wont work and am looking at your solution offered, will try to integrate that and let you know, thanks
so much for all that