For Aspnemvc 5, how to implement multiple tag association to a record in MVC view

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by Hoping_La (1,030 points)
Thanks a lot in advance. Any ideas what could be causing this issue with linkedin

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answered Apr 22, 2016 by issue_and (600 points)
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Perhaps this will help someone. More information on Database First Development with ASP.NET MVC Scaffolding ...
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answered Apr 5, 2016 by beckerle_B (1,080 points)

You can view the username and password in the Servers manager.
Expand the catalog node to view existing tables.
Also, note that you used an tag directly within the query.

You can download from Creating a Simple Web Application Using a MySQL Database - NetBeans IDE Tutorial
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answered Apr 8, 2016 by BetterKottke (140 points)

MVC with Active Record would be a major win.
We'll shortly be releasing the first preview of Razor that works with ASP.
With this code is EF still able to update a record's changes only.
commented Apr 10, 2016 by ncc8914 (400 points)
Is the MySQL Connector/J driver accessible to the GlassFish server
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answered Apr 21, 2016 by caligiuri (140 points)

We can see the records that were added during our database creation step.
These views and controller can be enhanced to meet your application requirements.
This approach basically allows us to create the model classes (implementation) .
commented Apr 22, 2016 by ManuallyMa (370 points)
In this case I think that it is fine to put the code into the view
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answered Jun 2, 2016 by Mcwayne_Be (220 points)

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