kandi X-RAY | kodex Summary
kandi X-RAY | kodex Summary
Kodex (Community Edition - CE) is an open-source toolkit for privacy and security engineering. It helps you to automate data security and data protection measures in your data engineering workflows. It offers the following functionality:. With Kodex, you can describe your data protection and data security workflows using a simple, declarative configuration language: Just like DevOps tools let you describe infrastructure as code, Kodex is a PrivacyOps & SecurityOps tool that let you describe privacy and security measures as code. Kodex takes care of the boring and difficult aspects of privacy, such as.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initialize initializes the API routes
- process processes a request according to the given parameters .
- Kodex instantiates a kodex
- addValue adds a value to the given value
- TransformEndpoint is the function that defines the API endpoint for the meter .
- ValidOrganization is a middleware for validating an organization
- ValidObject validates an object
- ProcessStream processes a stream
- ExtractBlueprints extracts blueprints from a zip file .
- Cors validates the CORS configuration
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Trending Discussions on kodex
I am trying to use
subprocess.run with a custom argument, that works both directly from windows cmd, and from
subprocess.call, but not with
subprocess.run, as suggested by Running shell command and capturing the output.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-25 at 06:57
Problem was my understanding of
one of my code lines is...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-29 at 14:33
You probably have a file called
datetime.py in one of the directories shown in the error message (most probably
C:/code/EPMD/Kodex/Applications/EPMD-Software/Sandbox/), if you do then you need to rename it to something that will not shadow any other Python module.
The reasoning is that it masks the actual
datetime module, since files/directories/modules in the current working directory have precedence over the modules installed in the
site-packages directory (in which the built-in and installed modules live). If both locations contain an
a module then
import a will import the local
a module instead of the (probably) intended
a module from
import datetime it imported your
datetime.py file/module which does not have a
date attribute, which is why an
AttributeError was raised when it later tried to use
Site address: http://www.eng.kodex.com/product_view.do?fId=2ETF68
In Google Sheets, I want to crawl prices iNAV (KRW) in the site.
I found the XPath and typed the
importxml function in the spreadsheet, but it does not work.
Could not parse imported XML content
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-23 at 15:30
=REGEXEXTRACT(QUERY(TRANSPOSE(IMPORTDATA( "http://www.eng.kodex.com/product_view.do?fId=2ETF68")), "where Col1 contains 'basp:""'"), "(\d+.*)""")
I am trying to create a shortcut that would take credentials from the credential manager, like so...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-May-14 at 06:00
Moving from comment to here for OP
Here's the thing to keep in mind with this savecred thing. It's really dangerous, depending on where you are using it. Once you do it, like you've noted, AL you have to do is pass the account name and never get prompted, which means, anyone with even the simplest of skills, could walk up to and take over this machine, even if you delete the shortcut that started it, those creds are always live, and once can create any shortcut, set the properties, and they are off to the races.
Hence, though savecred is really convenient, it should be limited to only machines in absolute control of the person using it. For Example.
Anyway, you an get creds into CredMan, without using RunAs /SaveCred, yes, even with PowerShell. The a many scripts online to show you how, even ones directly from the TechNet Powershell Gallery, and the MS powershellgallery.com.
This PowerShell script shows how add credentials for specific users.
Download : addwindowsCredential.zip
From powershellgallery.com, via your PowerShell session.
I have 2 tables,
first contains articles, second contains quantities. the two tables are linked with the "kodex" column. The second table can have multiple records for the same item, but can also have none.
what I need is a query that lists the entire first table, and adds an additional column that contains the sum of all quantities of all entries in the second table.
I have done this with left join on the kodex table, and works fine, but only as long as i do not add the sum() on the select statement. as soon as I do so, it lists only the rows that have a match on the second table.
Query that displays all rows:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jan-11 at 08:49
Update your query
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