kandi X-RAY | saos Summary
kandi X-RAY | saos Summary
System Analizy Orzeczeń Sądowych /Court Judgement Analysis System/.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Translates a single decision document
- Translate common tier
- Fetches all values of the field from the Solr document
- Translates inequality tier
- Converts a sentence to JUDGment
- Converts a singlejudgment object into correction details
- This method extracts evidence info from source
- Transform the decision criteria
- Transform common tier criteria
- Translates single document
- Search results
- Compares two Judge objects
- Compares two JudgeResult objects
- Performs a search process
- Gets XSettings
- Overrides the case of an improvement
- Extracts all Judge from the sourceJudges
- Parses the given decision and returns the result
- Creates the params which should be used for rendering
- Parses the given search result
- Compares this object for equality
- Extracts the decision type from the source assertion
- Checks if this object equals another
- Invokes the template method
- Checks to see if this instance is equal to the other
- Handle invalid accept header error
saos Key Features
saos Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on saos
I somewhere made a mistake and my stored procedure or source code doesn't work as it should.
I've created an application which collects all users from
Active Directory and stores to
.txt file .
Right now the INSERT method works but it inserts every user. I want to insert only those users that don't exist in the database.
Otherwise, if the user exists in the database check his/her status (is account enabled/disabled) and compare with
Active Directory data and change it. Here is what I've done so far:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-29 at 09:27
Your bug is at this line in the SQL Store Procedure.
I am trying to get result from
DataTable but I am stuck and have no idea what to do.
public static DataTable VratiKorisnike() which needs to return
resultTable as result because my result is store in
SO far my function is here
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Apr-23 at 15:44
You need to use the
Lets say parents have logged into system, and I would like to show them only their children details in GridView control. Up to one child can be studying at the same school. How can I achieve that? I've tried to join 3 tables in my database and display into GridView like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-28 at 06:30
If I'm understanding your schema, it looks like you've mostly got it: you need to get the parent id (pid) by looking at which user has logged into your web app. Then you would use that information to most likely execute a query to lookup the pid. Then you pass that as a parameter to your SQL statement in the form 'where p.pid=@PID'. Here's some documentation on how to construct a query with parameters: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/api/system.data.sqlclient.sqlcommand.parameters?view=netframework-4.7.2
Just one word of warning: be very careful about how you get and verify the parent id (i.e. don't just pass it in as a URL parameter, make sure it's something you authenticate and keep on the server side so it can't easily subject you to spoofing and injection attacks)
I have a Zynq UltraScale MPSoC with a Quad core ARM Cortex on it running Linux. Occasionally, there is an event that is generating a SIGBUS error. I have included a snippet of the debug analysis below. I have been assured that the values for dst and src are in legitimate regions. The actual access itself is a copy routine from an FPGA memory resource to an internal ARM memory location.
I have read in another post that a cause of SIGBUS in can be I/O failure. Can anyone expand on what "I/O failure" is relative to an ARM? I envision, something akin to a failed bus acknowledge.
Relative to an ARM Cortex, is there an equivalent to a machine check register that might provide further insight into the cause of a SIGBUS?...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-27 at 19:56
SIGBUS is a software signal, generated by the Linux kernel, so you need to understand why the kernel is generating a SIGBUS signal. This may or may not be due to a hardware exception.
Make sure that the data is correctly align for its type and for what you're doing with it. One of the reasons for a SIGBUS is invalid alignment. Try reproducing the fault with unoptimized code (e.g. for GCC or Clang, without passing a
If you've verified that alignment isn't the problem, check in which range the access is. If you're getting a SIGBUS due to an access to a device bus, you'll need to figure out how this memory is mapped into your process, and what the device exposes at that address.
Do check the kernel logs. They may contain debugging information from the generation of the SIGBUS.
If the signal is due to a hardware fault, the reason for the exception is indeed conveyed in a register, but only the kernel gets to read the value of this register. The relevant registers are DFSR and DFAR for a failed data fetch or store, and IFSR and IFAR for an instruction fault. However you can only use this information if you manage to find what's going on inside the kernel.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use saos like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the saos component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
Reuse Trending Solutions
Subscribe to our newsletter for trending solutions and developer bootcamps
Share this Page