Como puedo agregar una vista u otra tabla al data entity model sin que se actualicen las demas tablas?

tengo una aplicacion que utiliza un data entity model. Como puedo agregar una vista a este modelo de datos sin que se me actualicen las demas entidades ya que las demas entidades estan decoradas manualmente y al actualizar se me borran estos cambios. Gracias de ante mano

CWE-611: Improper Restriction of XML External Entity Reference with XSL include

Veracode reports that the below code is susceptible to CWE-611: Improper Restriction of XML External Entity Reference.

XslCompiledTransform transform = new XslCompiledTransform(); transform.Load(xslwithospath); StringWriter results = new StringWriter(); using (XmlReader reader = XmlReader.Create(new StringReader(xml))) 

Unfortunately I can’t set the XMLResolver to null because the XSLT uses an include

<xsl:include href="localfileNameWithoutPath"/> 

Is the only resolution to rewrite the XSLT so that it does not have XSL includes, and then set the resolver to null?

Can you combine Symbiotic Entity with Unarmed Strikes?

I accidentally stumbled upon what seems like an incredibly resource heavy but incredibly powerful monk build. The mechanics seem to work together but I want to get clarification on if I’m correct or not in my understanding.

Symbiotic Entity contains the following section.

“As an action, you can expend a use of your Wild Shape feature to awaken those spores, rather than transforming into a beast form, and you gain 4 temporary hit points for each level you have in this class. While this feature is active, you gain the following benefits: • When you deal your Halo of Spores damage, roll the damage die a second time and add it to the total. • Your melee weapon attacks deal an extra 1d6 poison damage to any target they hit.”

The build follows as such: • 5 Levels of Circle of Spores Druid • 13 Levels of Way of the Four Elements Monk • 2 Levels of Hexblade Warlock

(Please assume for the sake of argument that all required stats are at least a 13 and Dexterity is a 20)

Turn 1: I use my action to invoke my Symbiotic Entity and my bonus action to cast Hexblade’s curse on my target Turn 2: I use my bonus action to cast Hex on my target and then use my action to perform 2 Unarmed strikes on my target. Turn 3: I take the attack action and spend 1 Ki to activate Fangs of the Fire Snake, I proceed to attack a total of 4 times expending 1 Ki per attack and 1 Ki for Flurry it Blows (Totaling 6 Ki Spent)

So albeit a lengthy and semi-convoluted process, by turn 3 I am doing 1d6 Poison+1d8 Bludgeoning+1d10 Fire+1d6 Necrotic+11 (Dex+Prof {Due to Hexblade’s Curse}) meaning my average Damage per hit is 28. I also do 4 Damage types of damage in one hit.

So is this correct? I understand the requirements are moderate but this seems like a fairly easy way to boost the monk’s attacking power up quite a bit.

Ways of hiding the reviewer’s identity from the entity being reviewed


Background

Let’s suppose I have a platform much like Yelp, but it’s only for ONE small town (80k inhabitants) and it only has listings of workers, not businesses.

In such a small town, most people are close in the social network. That means that it’s relatively easy for a person to stumble across another.


The problem

If Mary hires John for a job, but then Mary doesn’t like the end result of John’s work and leaves him a bad review on the platform, how to give Mary the option to hide her identity in order to avoid any awkward situation in the case she stumbles across John? Not only awkward situations but also harassment from John, which is a possibility, am I right?

Why just hiding her name doesn’t work:

If John had only one client (Mary) in a long period of time, and then shortly after the job he gets an anonymous bad review, he would do the Math in his head and know the author of the review must be Mary.


My solution

I thought of only releasing anonymous reviews by groups of 2 or more, so that John couldn’t know for sure who is the person behind the review.


The questions

Feel free to answer any one (or all) of these.

  • Have you faced a problem like this? How did you solve it?
  • Can you think of ways I can improve my solution?
  • Is this an old problem I’m not aware of? If so, is there any better solution?

Does the Symbiotic Entity damage apply to a creature hit by the secondary damage of Green Flame Blade?

For a Circle of Spores Druid, they are able to add 1d6 Poison Damage to their Melee Weapon Attacks while their Symbiotic Entity feature is active.

At 2nd level, you gain the ability to channel magic into your spores. […] While this feature is active, you gain the following benefits:

  • […]
  • Your melee weapon attacks deal an extra 1d6 poison damage to any target they hit.

These benefits last for 10 minutes, until you lose all these temporary hit points, or until you use your Wild Shape again.

Circle of Spores, Guildmaster’s Guide to Ravnica, pg. 27

When a [melee weapon] attack from Green Flame Blade hits a target, the spell causes an adjacent creature to also take damage:

[…] On a hit, the target suffers the attack’s normal effects, and green fire leaps from the target to a different creature of your choice that you can see within 5 feet of it. The second creature takes fire damage equal to your spellcasting ability modifier.

Green Flame Blade, Sword Coast Adventurer’s Guide, pg. 143

For the purposes of Symbiotic Entity (or any other feature that adds damage to “any targets hit by Melee Weapon Attacks”), does the extra damage (on the second target) associated with Green Flame Blade count as being hit by that damage, making them eligible for the extra poison damage from Symbiotic Entity, or does being “hit” by an effect necessarily involve an Attack Roll?

What is a ‘dynamic entity’ in computer science?

I am doing some reading into computer science and how the computing system works in order to be ready for my 1st year at university doing a Computer Science degree. I came across a term within the definition for a computer system that I tried looking up for on the internet called ‘dynamic entity’. The problem is, I couldn’t specifically find the definition I was looking for that could explain simply what it meant. If there is someone who could explain this term for me in a simple, but easy to understand, explanation, I would be very grateful. Thank you.

The link I got the term from: https://books.google.co.uk/books?id=3ls6K2cJW_0C&printsec=frontcover&dq=computer+science+easy+reading&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjz2r_cuIfkAhUxonEKHWBZAu8Q6AEIKzAA#v=onepage&q&f=true

The term can be found on page 4 of the book, where they explain what a computing system is.

Implementing N-tier with Entity framework and repo pattern

I’m trying to clean up this code but can’t figure out the best way to go about it.

The UI will access the business layer and shouldn’t know about EFContext in doing this I end up with an almost exact copy of the EFContext class in my RepoBase class. If I need a entity specific method, I’m creating a entity specific repo and deriving from the RepoBase

MS examples seem to skip the RepoBase and just implement each CRUD method in each and every entity, this seems like even more code duplication.

RepoBase does provide separation but at the cost of duplication. I would like to know if there’s a better way.

Data Access Layer

public interface IDataContext {     T GetById<T>(int id);     void Delete<T>(T entity); }  public class EFContext : DbContext, IDataContext {     public virtual DbSet<Student> Student { get; set; }      public T GetById<T>(int id)     {         ...     }      public void Delete<T>(T entity)     {         ...     }  } 

Business Logic Layer

// Generic repo public class RepoBase {     private IDataContext _context;      public RepoBase(IDataContext context)     {         _context = context;     }      public T GetById<T>(int id)     {         return _context.GetById<T>(id);     } }  // Specific repo public class StudentRepo : RepoBase {     public Student GetByStudentId(int studentId)     {         ...     } } 

SyntaxHighlighter turning ‘greater than’ into > entity

As written in the subject, I am using StntaxHiglighter for quoting code snippets in my blog. It’s resolving nicely, with the highlighting and line numbers, but unfortunately when I try to display the following:

<script runat="client"> 

This is what gets displayed:

<script runat="client"&gt; 

Any ideas how to change the &gt; into > ?