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I am building a system that receives AS2 messages from an external Partner. I am able to successfully decrypt and verify the signature of the message. However, I am unable to verify the signature when our partner sends us files with unix line endings:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-01 at 13:59
Try using the
-binary option to the openssl cms command. From the man page:
It's my first Kafka program.
kafka_2.13-3.1.0 instance, I created a Kafka topic
poids_garmin_brut and filled it with this
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-15 at 14:36
Following should work.
I am trying to read a PKCS#8 private key which looks like following:
key.k8 --> (Sample key. Passphrase - 123456):...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-30 at 12:33
On second thought, when creating the
JceOpenSSLPKCS8DecryptorProviderBuilder, you're not explicitly specifying the provider:
We recently upgraded our project from Grails 3 to 5.1.1. Actually, it was not really an upgrade but rather a migration. We ended up creating a fresh project with 5.1.1 and migrated all of our code into it. Everything is currently working with an exception of one warning:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-18 at 07:22
I managed to get the error to go away. All I needed to do it all the dependency config for the related tasks (in build.gradle):
i have a application.yml to auto-creation some table:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-25 at 06:58
I think no Datasource in this app.
I am new in Spring. And I am getting this error from long time and I didn't understand what to do. I try to fix it by adding dependencies. But It's not working and giving same error again and again. Please help me. Here is my log....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-28 at 15:54
When NoClassDefFoundError occurs, it is most often caused by the versions of the dependent libraries do not match. Please check the link
is there any reason for a jacoco coverage report to produce different results when running it in a CI environment?
I have the following situation after migrating to Java 17. when I run
./gradlew clean build the report is generated and the
jacocoTestCoverageVerification doesnt fail.
But when the same command is executed in a github runner I have a very different result, the coverage report is also created with different coverage values and some classes just fail the coverage verification.
Unfortunately, I cannot provide code snippets but I already tried this:
- Run the github runner on my machine, with the same jdk and it produces a different result if I just run the build in the command line :(
- add jvmargs noverify for tests tasks
- run the github action in a container instead of a self-hosted, same result
- other devs have also built the project on different machines without error
- run the same build command of the ci
So it seems that something in a github action env produces this behavior.
- jacoco plugin: 0.8.7
- gradle 7.3
- java 17
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-18 at 13:25
The problem here was lombok config files. It turns out that the new version of lombok plugin compatible with java 17 and Gradle 7.3 does not generate the
lombok.config files anymore.
In the previous version, these files were generated by
io.freefair.lombok plugin, and we had them in .gitignore. Because of that, a local build worked just fine, since the files were still there.
I realized this by looking at the generated reports and I noticed that lombok classes were being analyzed only by the CI.
In other cases, a similar problem could be related to this: https://www.eclemma.org/jacoco/trunk/doc/classids.html
I have a SpringBoot application that I have deployed on App Engine my database is MySQL 8. For my local testing I could connect to Cloud DB using public IP and connection works fine.
But when this application is deployed on App Engine I am getting Error:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-10 at 20:22
When you use the Cloud SQL feature in APp ENgine (or Cloud Functions or Cloud Run) to connect your Cloud SQL database, the service open a socket to connect the database. You don't have to use the public IP but the opened soket.
It's similar to a Cloud SQL Proxy in socket mode. You have documentation with a Java example here
I have been trying to launch my application. But getting only the following image and not proceeding further....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-18 at 10:28
You should check up your
JVM/JDK installation, if it is well installed, check if your project is linked to your
jvm/jdk depending on your IDE the method might be different, for intelliJ you can find help here.
I've created a quarkus service that reads from a bunch of Kstreams, joins them and then post the join result back into a kafka topic. During development, I was running kafka and zookeeper from inside a docker-compose and then running my quarkus service on dev mode with:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-05 at 13:44
I figured out that there were 2 problems:
In my docker-compose, I had to change the property
In my quarkus
application.properties, I had 2 properties pointing to the wrong place:
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