How to inspect Angular scope for an HTML element

May 18, 2015 at 11:41 AMMadestro

It turns out there is a very simple way to inspect the Angular scope for a particular HTML element if you are using Chrome.

Simply right click on an element on the page, select inspect element, switch to the console tab and type the following:


Alternatively, you can select an element from the HTML tab and then go to the console and type the script command.

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How to reset AspDotNetStoreFront's Super Admin account

May 12, 2015 at 10:56 AMMadestro

I was working on a project that involved ASPDotNetStoreFront's MultiStore product and for one reason or another, my account was locked and I could not get into the administration interface.

Sadly, my account was the only Super Admin account.

Fortunately, there is a procedure that can be followed on the backend in order to reset the super admin account:

  1. Open the database with a tool that allows you to run SQL scripts, such as SQL Management Studio.
  2. Run the following query:
    • UPDATE [Customer]
           SET [Password] = 'YOUR NEW PASSWORD',
                 [SaltKey] = -1,
                 [LockedUntil] = DateAdd(mi, -1, GetDate()),
                 [BadLoginCount] = 0,
                 [PwdChangeRequired] = 0,
                 [PwdChanged] = GetDate()
  3. Restart the site by recycling the application or modifying the web.config file.

And that's all there is to it. Go back to your admin console and login normally.

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