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MusicStore (Sample ASP.NET Core application)

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This project is part of ASP.NET Core. You can find samples, documentation and getting started instructions for ASP.NET Core at the Home repo.

Run the application:

  • If you have Visual Studio 2017

    1. Open MusicStore.sln in Visual Studio 2017 and run the individual applications on IIS Express.
  • If you don't have Visual Studio 2017

    1. Open a command prompt and execute cd \src\MusicStore\.
    2. Execute dotnet restore.

NOTE: App and tests require Visual Studio 2017 LocalDB on the machine to run. NOTE: Since SQL Server is not generlly available on Mac, the InMemoryStore is used to run the application. So the changes that you make will not be persisted.

Run on Docker Windows Containers

  • Install Docker for Windows or setup up Docker Windows containers
  • docker-compose -f .\ build
  • docker-compose -f .\ up
  • Access MusicStore on either the Windows VM IP or (if container is running locally) on the container IP: docker inspect -f "{{ .NetworkSettings.Networks.nat.IPAddress }}" musicstore_web_1

NTLM authentication

More information at src/MusicStore/StartupNtlmAuthentication.cs.

OpenIdConnect authentication

More information at src/MusicStore/StartupOpenIdConnect.cs.


Sample MusicStore application that uses MVC and Entity Framework.




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