HttpContext vs DBContext what is the difference between UserManager created from Aspnemvc


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asked Mar 7, 2016 by Doshitake (970 points)
What is difference between these two methods to create UserManager.

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answered May 27, 2016 by gur_Use (440 points)
 
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I've also followed the TYPE CAST EXCEPTION | ASP.Net link with the same result
Good luck this stuff can be tricky
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answered Apr 13, 2016 by thanks (880 points)

You've probably already used HttpContext.
There's a clear and obvious place where the context is created.
There might be differences when using other data stores. Take a look at this links you will find many examples http://mehdi.me/ambient-dbcontext-in-ef6/
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answered Apr 22, 2016 by Schulkin (200 points)

UserManager is defined in ASP.
Looks like you created a single Role property on your Application User.
Also recall in the Application User Manager.
I am using ASP.NET MVC and Identity 2.0: Understanding the Basics - CodeProject this utility to understand the memory usage of my application
commented Apr 22, 2016 by vf5251 (590 points)
Where do these DbContext instances come from
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answered May 22, 2016 by Hacken (180 points)
I have this code which calculates the distance between two coordinates. The best documentation and example I found was here AspNet Identity and IoC Container Registration Trailmax Tech
commented May 22, 2016 by ThisWill (940 points)
This list documents EF's behaviour when working against SQL Server
commented May 22, 2016 by Rir_7210_go (1,050 points)
Once a business transaction has completed and has called the DbContext
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answered May 23, 2016 by n_2393_mad (320 points)
I also tried this What is the difference between UserManager created using ... and that worked even worse
Just add the jars and you should see no errors in console during tomcat start up
commented May 23, 2016 by Arebut (1,200 points)
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commented May 23, 2016 by provide (200 points)
You might find something there that scratches your itch
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answered May 27, 2016 by mroczkowski (200 points)
I've also followed the TYPE CAST EXCEPTION | ASP.Net link with the same result
Good luck this stuff can be tricky

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