kandi X-RAY | Cronos Summary
kandi X-RAY | Cronos Summary
Cronos is a .NET library for parsing Cron expressions and calculating next occurrences. It was designed with time zones in mind, and intuitively handles Daylight saving time (also known as Summer time) transitions as in *nix Cron.
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I'm pretty new working on python and this is my first "big" project. This is what I have worked on for the day. I am trying to work on this project that randomly generates a name when you click on a category and press the generate button. It randomly generates one name but when I press the generate button again it doesn't display another name. That's what I'm trying to figure out. Also if anyone doesn't mind, how can I check a box and generate a name on that category.
Thank you very much...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-11 at 12:44
Your name choices are more naturally organized as
I'm just working things out in the off-the-shelf Cronos Ltd. sandbox account and I feel like I'm banging my head against the wall this afternoon. I'm working in Postman and simply mocking up some basic JSON payloads using the API v2.0.
I have succeeded in authenticating, POSTing a sales order to the endpoint
/salesOrders and keeping hold of the new sales order ID. So that's great.
But I'm struggling with the salesOrderLines endpoint documented here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dynamics-nav/api-reference/v1.0/resources/dynamics_salesorderline
Could anyone give me a boost by showing me an example of where I might POST new sales order line items given I have a sales order ID? (Or embed them in the first call with 'deep insert'?) I'm reading through the documentation and have tried every which way, but I must be missing something.
I'm not extremely familiar with the Web Services section of Business Central yet. Published in my account are the two default endpoints with 'Object Name': 'APIV2 - Sales Orders' and 'APIV2 - Sales Order Lines'....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-15 at 07:34
You can add the lines with deep insert. That way you only need to call the API ones.
The lines must be included in the JSON body you post when posting the order:
I want to test a function that uses the
repeat() operator on a deferred mono and subscribes to the result. In the test, I use the
TestPublisher to simulate new values from the mono.
In a very simplified form, it looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-28 at 15:39
emit method accepts array of values. Once emitted, it closes the source. So you can not emit one by one. Instead pass all the values like this.
I am using the Cronos library to handle my cron jobs on .NET Core.
However I have encountered this issue where the common Cron Expressions are not being parsed in at all. It keeps giving me a CronFormatException.
I have looked through the Github page and used their formats but I still get the same Exceptions.
This is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-07 at 14:14
You did not specify what you are doing in the
AddCronJob method, but I guess you are doing a
CronExpression.Parse("* * * * * *") method call somewhere, and this will throw the exception. To fix it you should change it to
CronExpression.Parse("* * * * * *", CronFormat.IncludeSeconds) like it says on the github page what you linked: https://github.com/HangfireIO/Cronos#adding-seconds-to-an-expression
I'm using this jquery plugin in my frontend in order to create a cron expression. It creates expressions like "0 0/20 * * * ? *".
I've tried a couple of packages in .net core (NCrontab and Cronos) but both of them don't recognize a seven field cron expression, I've also checked Quartz.Net docs and it does not support year field
Is there any package that can parse this expression? I've just have to get the next occurrence of the expression.
Thanks in advance....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-25 at 11:35
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