Ramblings OF THE Crazy DotNet Woman

There are occasions when open source projects can provide you incredible joy. Then there are other times when you want to go find the designers of a particular open-source project and yell at them only a little bit. The truth is that we should all be thankful that open source developers care enough to generate fantastic open-source projects, but things can get hairy and frightening sometimes.

I had one particular situation with NHibernate, Fluent NHibernate, Castle, and StructureMap when I tried to get everything employed in a medium trust environment. I’m going to let you know how to resolve the problem to enable you to have a less strenuous go of things than I had formed. I created a lovely task using NHibernate, Fluent NHibernate, the right part of the Castle that NHibernate depends on and StructureMap.

Everything worked flawlessly in development and I was super happy and everything smiles. Instead of just liberating the project, I made a decision to create a just around the corner page for this. That page has a contact page on it that uses Hibernate to persist the info. This page worked, and looked great on my development machine, but I acquired a rude awakening after deploying it.

  • Social Commerce
  • (Forget about) Creating talk about for talk about and long term relationship strategies
  • Galaxy J7 Neo (July 2019)
  • Malware and viruses

That rude awakening was an error – System.Security.SecurityException: That assembly does not allow partially respected callers. Here was the first lesson for me – always run your project on her using the same trust level as your production environment. Doing this might have shown me the mistake prior to deployment.

Now I had been in a pickle. The error was happening in Castle according to the error message. I used Google to research the pressing concern. There were a lot of various things that people tried. One of them was to disable lazy loading. I almost lost my lunch when I read that!

I had created Fluent NHibernate which consists of AutoMap feature and I put an EXTENSIVE database system with a great deal of interconnected many to one, someone to one and one to many relationships. Disabling lazy launching would basically imply that I would as well remove NHibernate and Fluent NHibernate and use Entity Framework.

That, however, could have taken me a long time to do and it simply wasn’t anything I even wanted to think about. I don’t possess anything against Entity Framework, but it got the effort for me personally to set up NHibernate, Fluent NHibernate, and StructureMap and I wasn’t going to abandon my beautifully done project because of one stupid error. I would number this out.