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kandi X-RAY | ssdb Summary
[License] SSDB is a high performace key-value(key-string, key-zset, key-hashmap) NoSQL database, an alternative to Redis. SSDB is stable, production-ready and is widely used by many Internet companies including QIHU 360.
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I'm really need help to running my function in google app script from my website/localhost.
Already search on google, and the result must use
google.script.run. When I'm trying it, I found the error that
This ini my
.gs code in app script:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Feb-26 at 20:26
I read thorough Google's App Script. App Script is fundamentally built to provide a service to developers for extending google apps (spreadsheet, calendar, gmail, doc,...) and they are By Design expected to be located and run from google cloud servers.
So, You can not run them on your website/localhost, because GS scripts are executed server-side(google servers).
The only suggested way to do this, is to make an htmlService app and use ajax from the frontend. Which I think is not your case.
I have to connect Octopus-Deploy to an external feed located on a Azure Devops Artifact Feed. I've successfully connected to the feed, but seeing how I packaged my SSIS project (.ispac) and SSDB project (.dacpac) as .dacpac and .ispac, it won't find them as it expects them to be in .NuGet format.
I haven't been able to try much as I'm pretty stuck.
I'm constrained to put whatever type of package I make on this feed to connect to from Octopus and deploy from. I have to have either have all my packages be NuGet Packages or find and alternate way that Octopus Deploy can find my packages on the Azure External Feed w/out them being NuGet. I'm only deploying SSDT things: i.e. dacpac, ispac, sql-agents, sql scripts etc....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-27 at 13:59
You can make a NuSpec file which contains the things you need to package into NuGet to use a NuGet external feed in Octopus with. In the case of SSIS, you will want to reference the .ispac file in your nuspec file like so:
I have a report with a single parameter Date/Time. The available values are from query...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Mar-05 at 13:24
From my testing and what I've done personally in SSRS, the issue is with you specifying a specific set for available dates. The answer on this link describes what happens well.
Using a dataset to assign values to a filter, you must agree, is a typical practice of single-select and multi-select filters. By specifying values, you are telling SSRS some date values are legal, while others are illegal. The only way it can forbid illegal values be entered by the user is by taking away the anything-your-heart-desires-to-choose date picker.
Basically, the point is that you won't have an option for a date picker if you add anything to the available values. You can set a default value with no problem, but with no available values provided, you will see the date picker.
I have two packages named client and worker. I want to share same ssdb, mysql and redis connection with both the packages. One more similar problem that i am facing to share auth between these two packages....
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-27 at 07:54
There's lots of ways to do this and each approach has pros and cons and it really depends on what you are doing. One easy way to do this is to have a third package with the DB connection and import it from the other two packages and from the main package.
I'm making some changes to a program that was written by another developer, which uses an SSDB Grid.
I'm writing the code for the
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Jul-05 at 13:09
BeforeUpdate method pass in an integer?
(Cancel As Integer) or something?
Therefore, you should just be able to change your code (and tidy it up) to this:
I have two Classes that implement Parcelable. I am trying to pass an object of each class through an intent to an activity. However, when I try to access one of the objects, it thinks that it is the type of the other object and tries to cast it.
The First Class...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-04 at 12:02
I'm not sure if what I'm trying to do here is possible. I've got a Sheridan SSDB Grid, which is bound to a data control. When I populate the data control, the grid gets filled.
However, I've had to manually add an additional column after populating the grid to display a value which isn't in a database table.
To do all of this, I've written this code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-06 at 12:32
You're not loading the data into the
RecordSet before you delete the field. You need to get the data (using your
SELECT query) into a data structure which the grid can use as the
TableDef is not a data structure, it just allows you to make changes to the database table itself, which is why your code isn't returning any rows.
We take it into consideration. Could FaunaDB be a replacement of the SSDB that we are currently using (as a replacement of Redis)? Changing our current api is an option.
We are expecting a 500GB-1TB of data that we would like to cache, but hopefully without sharding. SSDB supposed to be a great Redis replacement, since it can dump part of the cache into a disk (we do not need extremely fast cache, and just % of the data is used frequently, the rest could be released from the memory).
Unfortunately, SSDB's nodes happens to get out_of_sync during heavy writes, and we did already use parameters greater that SSDB developers suggest. Currently the sync delay of 60-100s is acceptable in our use-case, but a node getting out_of_sync require a manual fix - so we have to look around for other solutions.
Sharding with redis seems inevitable, but maybe Faunadb could solve it?
One remark - we prefer to keep the data close to our services (not to pay AWS data transfers) so it should be installed on our servers. Additionally, the price is an important factor - adding Redis with sharding to our stack, is a reasonable cost and workload - so FaunaDB should be competitive to this scenario.
How do you see our case?...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jun-19 at 17:17
FaunaDB does all data distribution for you, so you won't need to worry about sharding. Queries run in transactions, so you always see a consistent view of your data.
It's not clear what query patterns you are using, but FaunaDB's query language can match most of the Redis features. Learn about the language here.
The easiest way to get started is by signing up for FaunaDB Serverless Cloud, which is free to get stated with, and pay-per-request when you are in production. We also offer enterprise licenses for running on-premise if you have particular deployment requirements.
When you are ready to import your data for the first time, we have an import tool that might be useful. Also, a whole lot of client libraries on github.
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