I know you could do it by dumping the database directly, but this could come in handy when you’re trying to migrate from one database to another. AFAIK, copying data from one kind of DB to another kind(think Pgsql to MySql) is a nightmare… Luckily, Django provides a utility to make this super easy.
We always host Django app behind a proxy server(apache or nginx) in production, the connection from your client and the proxy server may be(better be) https. However, between the proxy server and Django app(gunicorn or whatever you’re using) is usually http. So Django thinks that the client is using http, and returns all hyperlink including […]
ONE LINER docker exec CONTAINER_NAME /usr/bin/mysqldump -u root –password=PASSWORD DBNAME>FILE_NAME.sql
Problem Methods like UseSqlServer HasColumnName are not resolved Solution With only EF Core package is not enough, you need two more. Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.Design Microsoft.EntityFrameworkCore.SqlServer After installing these two everything works again…