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I'm not sure where to put this, but are there any future projects for Module Zero (and Asp.Net Zero) to include SAML support as core?

Thanks in advance,


Is there an easy angular hack that I'm missing to allow a abp.message.success "OK" click to have a callback?

I am looking at the abp.sweet-alert.js file and see where I could add the option of a callback there (using sweet alerts), but there isn't an easy hack outside of it except creating my own extended service.

Any ideas?


Thank you.


<cite>hikalkan: </cite> Hi,

You can change mapped column name with two options:

  • You can override Id property and use a Column attribute.
  • Or you can override OnModelCreating and set column name. See: <a class="postlink" href=""></a>

These are all EF stuff.

Have a nice day.

They are and they aren't.

I have also had a bugger of a time with this.

E.g Using ABP... I have had to do things to work around the issue of not having an "Id"

public Client : Entity {
  public virtual int ClientID {get;set;} 

OnModelCreating(DBModelBuilder modelBuilder) {
  modelBuilder.Entity<Client>().Ignore(e => e.Id);

IClientRepository : DBRespositoryBase<Client>, IClientRepository {

  public virtual Client GetByID (int ClientID)
            Client client = FirstOrDefault(agent => client .ClientID == ClientID);

            if (client == null)
                throw new Exception("Client not found: " + ClientID);
            return Client;

ClientDTO : EntityDTO {
  public ClientDTO (int ClientID) {
      Id = ClientID;


I can't use the IRepository's Get statement. Can't use AutoMapper... It is very much a ABP issue for me, unless I'm doing it wrong...

Can you outline a quick to-do of what needs to be done to completely implement a table that doesn't use an Id in ABP? :D

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