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When I publish my ABP project I get the following error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-13 at 21:59
The issue raises after .NET 6 migration. There's a new feature that blocks multiple files from being copied to the same target directory with the same file name. See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/compatibility/sdk/6.0/duplicate-files-in-output
Solution #1 (workaround):
You can add the following build property to all your publishable (*.Web) projects' *.csproj files. This property will bypass this check and works as previously, in .NET5.
I receive a daily export of data every day I load into my excel sheet via Power Query. The table of data I can't control is:
tblExportName Company States Jane Doe ABC AK,AL,GA,WA John Smith ACME AK,GA,FL,WA
I need to replace those State Abbreviations with a technology string of information for this question I'll use "Full State Name" as a substitute. So basically it checks the COMPANY field against another table as the "technology Strings" will be different for each Company per State.
So far so good, or so I thought. Then I split delimiters of tblExport.States BY "," which then I getName Company States.1 States.2 States.3 States.4 Jane Doe ABC AK AL GA WA John Smith ACME AK GA FL WA
Now we reference that table that contains the Company, State, FullStateNames
tblStateNamesCOMPANY Abbr State Name ABC AL AlabamaABC ABC AK AlaskaABC ACME AK AlaskaACME ACME GA GeorgiaACME ABC FL FloridaABC ABC WA WashingtonABC ACME WA WashingtonACME ...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-20 at 15:55
If I understand, here is one way to do it:
- Read in the two tables
- split the Export table state abbreviations into ROWS
- Join with the StateName Table
- Group by Name and Company
- Extract a delimited list of the state names from each subtable
- Expand that list
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I'm testing a deployment of the Eclipse IoT Cloud2Edge package and have followed the instructions here https://www.eclipse.org/packages/packages/cloud2edge/tour/ to test. After creating the new tenant and device, and configuring the connection between Hono and Ditto, I can send telemetry to the new device via the Hono http adapter as shown here:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-14 at 07:56
What you configured is the Connection source enforcement which makes sure that a Hono device (identified via the AMQP header
device_id) may only updates the twin with the same "thing id" in Ditto.
That enforcement fails as your thingId you set in the Ditto Protocol JSON is
my-tenant:org.acme:my-device-1 - the
topic's first segment is the namespace, the second segment the name - combined those 2 segments become the "thing ID", see also: Protocol topic specification.
So you probably want to send the following message instead:
I've recently begun trying to Dockerize my services and I'm to the point of Dockerizing everything that already has an image built. Now I'm trying to build an image for facileManager (FM) which doesn't yet have one. I've got it mostly working but I'm having an issue when running it behind Nginx. FM is normally an apache-php app and doesn't include install instructions for Nginx. What I've noticed with my container/image is that it works ok when I connect directly to it through a published port but if I try to connect to it through Nginx it errors out complaining about the .htaccess file not working. I'm not an expert in either Apache or Nginx so I did my Googleing but didn't come up with much beyond Wordpress having a similar issue with it's "pretty urls" so I'm hoping someone here can give a hand.
First here is the Github repo for the app: https://github.com/WillyXJ/facileManager/tree/ea159f5f6112727de8422c552aa05b6682aa4d79/server
The .htaccess file specifically is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-08 at 07:21
- include $request_uri in your proxy pass
- provide a resolver in your proxy location block
- declare an entry for your container in Docker's network stack
- use all lower case in your service name
Below is the configuration file I use to reverse proxy through to a Ubiquiti Unifi container. All my certbot is handled off site so I need not consider that here. If you compare our location blocks, the issue will likely become immediately apparent, but I'll explain for clarity's sake.
What you need to look at is your Proxy Pass directive. This is of course where the magic proxying happens. I notice that you have not been including the $request_uri, so any request nginx receives for
bound.example.com/testpage1, it will send a request to the upstream apache server for
bound.example.com. Of course if you need to include a port, as I have done here
8443, this is the place to do it also.
If you include this variable, it should resolve your problem.
The following does not answer your question, but I thought I would include it also just as some helpful information.
Also, I just want to note that I have included a resolver. The IP address 127.0.0.11 points to Docker's internal DNS resolver. Chances are you won't need to include this, however I did so myself to ensure I didn't get odd problems. Lastly, I'd just like to recommend that you look into upgrading your SSL settings, to ensure that you are safe from attacks from weaker SSL / TLS versions.
I expect that adding the variable $request_uri to your proxy pass directive is all that is required to get your site working.
I'm running Kafka schema registry version 5.5.2, and trying to register a schema that contains a reference to another schema. I managed to do this when the referenced schema was in the same package with the referencing schema, with this
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-02 at 10:55
First you should registrer your other proto to the schema registry.
Create a json (named other-proto.json) file with following syntax:
I am trying to setup a certificate for a locally running react app on a virtual host
local.example.com. This has to just work locally on docker setup. After going through some articles, I came up with this docker-compose.yml:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-31 at 13:05
You need to use TLS for your local setup. The host you need a certificate for is
local.example.com. There is no way to obtain a certificate from
Letsencrypt for this name, because you're not controlling the
example.com domain. One of the ways
Letsencrypt creates a certificate is a challenge - you prove that you own the domain by creating a TXT DNS record. If you own a domain you can do that, but your case is different, because you only need this for local development.
However, you can just use
openssl to generate a self signed certificate for whichever domain name you want. This is a good reference on how to do this. You can use the
local.example.com domain name for the generated certificate. If you're successful, you'll end up with the certificate and it's private key. Note where you save those files, as you'll need them. Keep in mind that the certificate is self-signed, so your browser will give you a warning, unless you add this certificate to the trust store of your operating system.
The next step in your case is to make Traefik use those self signed certificates when serving content from your application. I think this answer has a good example of that.
After having this, you'll only need to edit your hosts file and redirect your
localhost:8080 (the port on which your Traefik serves your application) to
Also, Traefik is not the only solution for your case. You can also achieve the same using Nginx, for example. Choose which one satisfies your use case. My suggestion would be to use the one that's easiest to configure, because it's for local development. Here's the first result I got when searching for a
nginx docker-compose self-signed certificate.
Here's a quick example of what I'm describing above.
First generate the certificate:
I tried to put the command to get the certificate but it gave me this error: An unexpected error occurred: The server will not issue certificates for the identifier :: Error creating new order :: Cannot issue for "ec2-34-237-242-160.compute-1.amazonaws.com": The ACME server refuses to issue a certificate for this domain name, because it is forbidden by policy...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-14 at 23:43
Let's Encrypt blocks Amazon AWS domains because the domain names are transient and are subject to change.
org.springframework.kafka:spring-kafka up to version
2.7.9, my Spring-Boot application (consuming/producing Avro from/to Kafka) starts fine, having these environment variables set:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-18 at 07:53
Ok, the trick is to simply not provide an explicit version for
spring-kafka (in my case in the
build.gradle.kts), but let the Spring dependency management (
id("io.spring.dependency-management") version "1.0.11.RELEASE") choose the appropriate one.
2.7.7 is the version that is then currently chosen automatically (with Spring Boot version
I have a
5.3.10 application — not
Spring Boot. I'm running into a rather trivial problem creating/injecting a
Properties bean. Here is my setup:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-19 at 22:27
The used (spring standard) "factory" implements
i want to mock code inside a runTransaction function.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-02 at 16:01
I have not tested this, but I asume something like this should do the trick:
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