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Christopher Pateman
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A Developer looking for his 127.0.0.1
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We have decided to go with App Dynamics to do monitoring on our infrastructure and code, which is great and even better they have released support for .Net Core 2.0. However when working with their product and consultant we found an issue with monitoring multiple .Net Core instances on one server, plus with console apps, but we found a way.

https://prcode.blog/2018/08/14/how-to-setup-appdynamics-for-multiple-net-core-2-0-applications/

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We have decided to go with App Dynamics to do monitoring on our infrastructure and code, which is great and even better they have released support for .Net Core 2.0. However when working with their product and consultant we found an issue with monitoring multiple .Net Core instances on one server, plus with console apps, but we found a way.

https://prcode.blog/2018/08/14/how-to-setup-appdynamics-for-multiple-net-core-2-0-applications/
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We have decided to go with App Dynamics to do monitoring on our infrastructure and code, which is great and even better they have released support for .Net Core 2.0. However when working with their product and consultant we found an issue with monitoring multiple .Net Core instances on one server, plus with console apps, but we found a way.

https://prcode.blog/2018/08/14/how-to-setup-appdynamics-for-multiple-net-core-2-0-applications/

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We have decided to go with App Dynamics to do monitoring on our infrastructure and code, which is great and even better they have released support for .Net Core 2.0. However when working with their product and consultant we found an issue with monitoring multiple .Net Core instances on one server, plus with console apps, but we found a way.

https://prcode.blog/2018/08/14/how-to-setup-appdynamics-for-multiple-net-core-2-0-applications/

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We have decided to go with App Dynamics to do monitoring on our infrastructure and code, which is great and even better they have released support for .Net Core 2.0. However when working with their product and consultant we found an issue with monitoring multiple .Net Core instances on one server, plus with console apps, but we found a way.

https://prcode.blog/2018/08/14/how-to-setup-appdynamics-for-multiple-net-core-2-0-applications/
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So you generate a PDF in the C# code or any back end code, but need to send it back to the JavaScript doing the AJAX request. The trouble is how do you return a file back to the client side, which is the same problem I faced. There are loads of methods of how to do this that I have seen on the line, but these are the ways I found worked with C#.NET and JavaScript consistantly.

http://prcode.blog/2018/08/01/how-to-get-a-pdf-from-server-side-to-client-side/

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So you generate a PDF in the C# code or any back end code, but need to send it back to the JavaScript doing the AJAX request. The trouble is how do you return a file back to the client side, which is the same problem I faced. There are loads of methods of how to do this that I have seen on the line, but these are the ways I found worked with C#.NET and JavaScript consistantly.

http://prcode.blog/2018/08/01/how-to-get-a-pdf-from-server-side-to-client-side/

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So you generate a PDF in the C# code or any back end code, but need to send it back to the JavaScript doing the AJAX request. The trouble is how do you return a file back to the client side, which is the same problem I faced. There are loads of methods of how to do this that I have seen on the line, but these are the ways I found worked with C#.NET and JavaScript consistantly.

http://prcode.blog/2018/08/01/how-to-get-a-pdf-from-server-side-to-client-side/
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