|Related to : Many errors when on trying to deploy on heroku a java - jsf app|
|Trouble with Heroku Deployment and Interpreting Heroku Log|
2014-11-21T19:27:58.271705+00:00 app[web.1]: has_many :user, through
doesn't look right - it should be
has_many :user, through: :user_to_destinations
|Is there a way to run a .net exe on heroku?|
There is certainly a way to run .NET code on Linux (or MacOS). You
will want to use Mono (http://www.mono-project.com/). Essentially Mono
is an open source implementation of CLR among other portions of .NET.
After installing mono, instead of running Test.exe you would run mono
with Test.exe as a parameter. It is really straightforward. I would
install Mono for your platform and just try running yo
|cant login on heroku using devise|
If you haven't changed Devise standard behaviour, of course you have
current_user nil during check_current_user, that's because that filter
is called BEFORE the Devise filter :authenticate_user! in which it
sets the current_user variable.
Just try to swap the two filters like this:
Also, by default, Devise don't put any user_id
|How to deploy files in JAR?|
"Is thinking about:
fis = RaspFrame.class.getClassLoader().getResourceAsStream("n" +
Yes. That is (roughly speaking) the way to open a stream to a
resource held in a JAR file on your classpath.
(Your existing code is actually reading the files from the file
system. It is presumably working from within your IDE because copies
of the files are held in the IDE p
|Need to Deploy MVC App to production|
We use for the exact same scenario Entity Framework Migrations.
It works without any problems.
You can easily change the database from version to version.
Also downgrading is supported.
With some third party tools you can also add other dbms then SQL