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The TLS/SSL Certificate Management GUI for Windows, powered by Let's Encrypt and other ACME certificate authorities. This app makes it easy to automatically request, install and continuously renew free certificates for Windows/IIS or for any other services which requires a domain certificate. Certify The Web is used by hundreds of thousands of organisations to manage millions of certificates each month and is the perfect solution for administrators who want visibility of certificate management for their domains. Centralised dashboard status reporting is also available.
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I'm trying to use Sentence Transformers and Haystack for document retrieval, focusing on searching documents on other metadata beside document text.
I'm using a dataset of academic publication titles, and I've appended a fake publication year (which I want to use as a search term). From reading around I've combined the columns and just added a separator between the title and publication year, and included the column titles since I thought maybe this could add context. An example input looks like:
title Sparsity-certifying Graph Decompositions [SEP] published year 1980
I have a document store and method of retrieving here, based on this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-26 at 10:57
It sounds like you need metadata filtering rather than placing the year within the query itself. The
FaissDocumentStore doesn't support filtering, I'd recommend switching to the
PineconeDocumentStore which Haystack introduced in the v1.3 release a few days ago. It supports the strongest filter functionality in the current set of document stores.
You will need to make sure you have the latest version of Haystack installed, and it needs an additional
pinecone-client library too:
My first Alexa skill is almost ready to go public, but I seem to have gotten myself a bit tangled... I'm sure I'm missing something obvious.
I asked Amazon to
Certify But Not Publish this skill, to check that I wasn't missing anything obvious. They did so. Great, but...
Since then, I've uploaded some slightly modified models. Since I'm ready to go, I went to
Validation and punched
Certify again. It told me "You cannot submit this skill for review because it has a ‘Certified’ version. Publish or withdraw the previously ‘Certified’ version to submit this skill for review."
Submission shows a warning that the most recent validation failed (for the above reason).
OK, I understand. But I'm not sure how to do either of those.
When I look at
Version History, I do see the previously
Certified skill version. However, I can't see how to either
A quick websearch hasn't found anything which clarifies this for me. I MUST be missing something obvious -- these operations are on a different page, or something like that. Could someone point me to where I can perform them?
(Yes, I looked at https://developer.amazon.com/en-US/docs/alexa/devconsole/test-and-submit-your-skill.html. That doesn't seem to address my situation of having a certified version, having a new version which couldn't yet be certified, and not being sure how to go either forward or backward.)...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-24 at 13:27
- In the list of the skill, make sure you select the
in reviewversion and go inside it
- Go into the certification tab and in the submission menu
- Click on withdraw from review
If you don't see that, contact the support
I am trying to publish jar file (output of a gradle project) to jfrog/artifactory. The project is successful when I execute
gradlew build or
gradlew build artifactoryPublish. I also see on console that
Build successfully deployed. Browse it in Artifactory under https://... but when I go to Artifactory the nothing is there. I tried following the jfrog/artifactory documentation, some questions on stackoverflow like this one and this one. Following is the snippet from my build.gradle
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-24 at 14:13
The JAR component can be extracted from components.java.
Try to add it to the publication as following:
I'm getting error
string index out of range when I getting simple text from post request and want to show data in array.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-13 at 09:27
I believe the response is coming back in plain text and not a ready to use dictionary.
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Working with java use Apache PDFBox to sign and certified, invalid certified if signature exist, with JsignPDF was able to certified when approval exist, the process is sign after that do certified (seal) document
Signature with JsignPDF
document after certified with JsignPDF :
the certified invalid with PDFBox
the function from PDFBox with some editing was to try :...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-25 at 10:00
This answer essentially is a more detailed version of the comments, essentially finding that what you want to do is not possible.
You ask for a way to
Certify Document when Approval Signature exist
According to the current PDF specification:ISO 32000-2:2020 subsection 12.8.1 "General" of 12.8 "Digital signatures" A PDF document may contain the following standard types of signatures: [...] One or more approval signatures (also known as recipient signatures). These shall follow the certification signature if one is present.
Thus, you cannot validly add a certification signature to a PDF which already has approval signatures.
(This does not automatically mean that all validators will detect the issue if you add a certification signature after approval signatures, let alone correctly display the cause. Many validators only do a subset of the checks that strictly speaking are necessary...)
More question if the certification signature come first then next is approval like 3 signature approval, can the last the certification setMDPPermission with 1 ? so at the end the document can't add more approval signature
setMDPPermission adds a DocMDP transform to the signature, and such a transform makes the signature a certification signature. Thus, using this method when signing a document that already has an approval signature, will create an invalid PDF or fail entirely.
You can lock a PDF document with an approval signature, though, if you add a Lock dictionary to the signature field with a P entry of 1. Beware, though, this is a ISO 32000-2 feature originally introduced as a feature of an Adobe Extension to ISO 32000-1. Not all PDF viewers support ISO 32000-2 yet, so some viewers may not respect this entry.
I am using a template of a "certificate of completion" for online courses for my website.
On the template it has placeholder function names where presumably values would be pulled from database or elsewhere.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-24 at 21:23
to call a method in php, use
for combining two strings, like:
I’m doing some troubleshooting for a custom domain (purchased via Google). I’ve updated the custom resource record in Google, done the route 53 + AWS cert manager steps, and ran zappa certify (as well as zappa update). My first thought… is it supposed to show the AWS link after the custom domain: e.g.,...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-17 at 21:16
Resolved my own issue ... simple mistake.
In Google Domains, I was using 'Default Name Servers' with CNAME customer records. Instead, I needed to use 'Custom Name Servers' and activated the 4 names servers from route 53. Hopefully this helps anyone who encounters similar troubleshooting w AWS/Google/Zappa!
I am making a code which takes in jumble word and returns a unjumbled word , the data.json contains a list and here take a word one-by-one and check if it contains all the characters of the word and later checking if the length is same , but the problem is when i enter a word as helol then the l is checked twice and giving me some other outputs including the main one(hello). i know why does it happen but i cant get a fix to it...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-25 at 18:33
As I understand it you are trying to identify all possible matches for the jumbled string in your list. You could sort the letters in the jumbled word and match the resulting list against sorted lists of the words in your data file.
I wish to submit a form, but when the field is not entered, it should auto-point to that area. I have radio buttons. When it is not clicked, it should auto-scroll to the radio button area. When I execute my code, it is not autoscrolling to radio button but text fields are autoscrolling.
Whenever I try to submit the form, it is not autoscrolling,it only shows the error condition.How to fix this...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-19 at 06:49
- You do not have a field called product_id
- You ignore the other fields if a radio is checked. Since the radios are required, you cannot trigger any error for the "name" or "city" field since the browser will not let you submit without choosing a radio
- What is product_name and why do you set qty to 0 without using it.
Here is a demo. I push the save button so you can see the browser will focus on the empty name.
Next time please have the code match the HTML
Symbolic calculations performed manually or by a computer algebra system may be faulty or hold only subject to certain assumptions. A classical example is
sqrt(x^2) == x which is not true in general but it does hold if
x is real and non-negative.
Are there examples where proof assistants/checkers such as Coq, Isabelle, HOL, Metamath, or others are used to certify correctness of symbolic calculations? In particular, I am interested in calculus and linear algebra examples such as solving definite or indefinite integrals, differential equations, and matrix equations.
Update: To be more concrete, it would be interesting to know whether there are examples of undergraduate assignments in calculus and linear algebra that could be formally solved (possibly with the help of a proof assistant) such that the solution can be automatically verified by a proof checker. A very simple example assignment for Lean is here....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-15 at 17:54
The only thing that comes to my mind is that Isabelle/HOL can replay SMT proofs (as produced e.g. by Z3 or CVC4), e.g. involving integer and real arithmetic. For computer algebra systems, I don't know of any comparable examples.
The problem is that computer algebra systems tend not to be set up in a way where they can output a detailed certificate for their simplifications – if they were able to do that, one could attempt to replay that in a theorem prover. But it would have to go beyond purely equational reasoning, since many rules (such as your example) require proving inequalities as preconditions.
If computer algebra systems were able to output a trace of their computations as a list of rewrite rules that were used, including how to prove each of their preconditions, one could in principle replay such a trace in a theorem prover – but that would of course require that every rule used by the CAS has a corresponding rule in the theorem prover (this is roughly how replaying SMT proofs works in Isabelle). However, I do not know of any projects like this.
There are, on the other hand, various examples where CASs are used to compute some easily verifiable (but hard to compute) result, e.g. factoring a polynomial, isolating the roots of a real polynomial, Wilf–Zeilberger witnesses, and then verifying that this is really a valid result in a theorem prover. However, this does not involve certifying the computation process of the CAS, just the result.
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Download from https://certifytheweb.com/ and install it. Chocolatey users can alternatively choco install certifytheweb.
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