kandi X-RAY | clapper Summary
kandi X-RAY | clapper Summary
A GNOME media player built using GJS with GTK4 toolkit. The media player uses GStreamer as a media backend and renders everything via OpenGL.
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- Get file contents
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- Get list of files uri
- Parses a playlist .
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I am trying to play streaming video on HTML using clappr, but whet trying to load the stream through rtmp the browser, (any browser), shows this error:
Access to video at 'rtmp://my.domain.com/vod/mp4:360_bridge.mp4' from origin 'https://my.domain.com' has been blocked by CORS policy: Cross origin requests are only supported for protocol schemes: http, data, chrome, chrome-extension, chrome-untrusted, https.
I understand that the CORS policy blocks the rtmp because is a different port (1935) than the one on the web (443) even when the resource is in the same server.
Also, reading the error, I understand that it does not matter that my server is returning Access-Control-Allow-Origin *, (I know it's not the best practice), the browser will prevent the resource from loading because rtmp is not among the supported protocols.
Why am I using clappr? Because the stream I'm trying to play is a 360 video, and clapper is a pretty easy way to play 360 video on the web.
The version of clappr is 0.3.13. My server is an Ubuntu 20.04 with Apache 2.4.41.
My code is actually simple:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-31 at 16:53
It's not something about CORS, because your stream is RTMP, which is not supported by browser now (at 2021.12).
Good evening everyone,
I am using OBIEE and I am trying to extract a file containing some candidates' information to keep in our records, as my organization will need to delete most data soon.
I have data related to recruiting that people put in their applications for job vacancies.
I am trying to have a single row per candidate per application (i.e. if a candidate applied to 2 different jobs, it will count as 2 rows), and insert the highest education, the related insitution, their most recent job title, and the most recent employer name.
I have these facts:
ID, degree_type, institution, job title, employer.
and they all have the starting date and the graduation date.
When I extract the report, I get something like this:ID degree_type institution job_title employer 001 Doctorate Univ. A eater google 001 Master's Univ. B sleeper samsung 001 Other Univ. A jumper apple 002 Bachelor's Univ. C clapper nutella 002 Master's Univ. D somethinger fujitsu 002 Doctorate Univ. A somethinger fujitsu 003 Other Univ. E eater EU 003 Doctorate Univ. Z spy UN
As you can see, each person might or might not have different levels of education, and when I extract this analysis, I have one ID with multiple rows, as many as every degree and every job experience, sorted by chronological order.
This creates some readability issues. Besides, we only want the highest degree and the most recent job.
So something like this.ID degree_type institution job_title employer 001 Doctorate Univ. A eater google 002 Doctorate Univ. A somethinger fujitsu 003 Doctorate Univ. Z eater EU
Instead, when I try to apply filters or step, I can only manage to obtain a result based on either
A) the most recent degree and the most recent employer, or B) each degree and each work experience that was carried out in the same time period of the degree.
Option A does not work for multiple reasons, e.g., if someone got a certification after a PhD, I will have a person with "other" whereas they should have "doctorate"
Option B is not useful at the moment, as we only want one row. Besides, if I worked after getting a degree, that work experience would not appear as it only shows the work carried out during the studies.
I am new with OBIEE, and I am not familiar with SQL. I usually use R, and for completely different reasons.
If I could assign a value to each degree and then filter by the highest (eg., IF there is a doctorate, THEN show it and STOP. ELSE show master's. IF not master's and doctorate, THEN show bachelor's and STOP.) And then add the work experience by date, that would be great.
Is there a way to do this?
Thank you so much! And apologies if it does not make any sense.
PS> I saw this reply already How To Get Highest Education Using MySQL?
but that person has multiple columns for each degree, whereas I have them altogether....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-04 at 21:47
I am assuming that OBIEE is just a DB and you can use SQL to get the info.
I also assume that the ID column you provide represents unique ID per Employee.
Your task requires intermediate if not advanced SQL techniques to solve. Here are the steps.
you need to codify the sort order of the degree level - in 3NF (third normal form) you would add a reference table to store one row per degree and include degree_name varchar column (primary key) to equal the values you list in your post, but then another column degree_sort integer that sorts the degrees the way you want. You would join to this table on the varchar value and return the degree_sort value
Handling ties: Another complexity is how to handle the possibility of a employee having multiple jobs at the doctorate (I presume that is the highest) education level - you would need a "start_date" or some data point to break ties.
Here's a stack post that explains an analogous scenario, getting the record that represents the latest revision of a document (revision is your degree level, document is your employee ID): https://stackoverflow.com/a/38854846/1279373
Your partition clause would be:
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