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The first time an Asp.Net MVC Core 2 application with Authentication is called, the error occurs:

A database operation failed while processing the request.

 

URL: https://localhost:44328/Account/Register

 

 

Solution:

Open Packet Manager Console and type Update Database

 

Complete error message

A database operation failed while processing the request.


SqlException: Cannot open database "aspnet-Auth01b-D7FBAB0F-A682-4F66-924E-A3CE4E1F6A0B" requested by the login. The login failed. Login failed for user 'DESKTOP-F634M99\Raimund'. 

Applying existing migrations for ApplicationDbContext may resolve this issue


There are migrations for ApplicationDbContext that have not been applied to the database
  • 00000000000000_CreateIdentitySchema


In Visual Studio, you can use the Package Manager Console to apply pending migrations to the database:

PM> Update-Database
Alternatively, you can apply pending migrations from a command prompt at your project directory:

> dotnet ef database update

 

 

Subject: Asp.Net MVC Core 2 EF

 

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