kandi X-RAY | recruitment Summary
kandi X-RAY | recruitment Summary
🎄Recruitment website project
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Query all jobs
- Returns the main group name
- The group name
- Creates a new Criteria instance
- OR a criteria
- Get Pin Y in string
- Get pinyin string for given character
- Clears all CredCriteria
- Creates the OredCriteria object
- Index all jobs
- Sets the job name
- Sets the job nickname
- Set the group detail
- Sets the group name
- Set the group other
- Set the main group name
- String representation
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I am trying to implement datatables draw() method in my Django application using AJAX. I have implemented both datatables and AJAX, which are working fine. However, I am facing a lot of challenges anytime I create a new object and call the draw() method so that datatables can refresh the table and show the newly created data the proper way. If I add the draw() method, the table does not get populated at all except I refresh the page.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-10 at 18:15
I used the
datatables reload API.
I am trying to take xml data from the BambooHR api and then create users in our company google account. Right now I am struggling to get through the xml. Every example I have seen has data with different tag names where mine are the same('field) but have an ID attached to them
Here's my xml response...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-28 at 19:41
for emp in root.iter('employee') already iterates over all the
nodes. All you have left to do is iterate all the
nodes and check if the content of the
workEmail field is empty:
I am trying to create a chained drop-down in Django that is on selecting country only those states who belongs to the country should come in the drop-down to select.I have used J-Query for drop-down and is working fine. But after sending data from form the form data is coming to console as i have print the form values into the console for better understanding, but is not saving the data to the database and form.is_valid is giving False even if data is correct.
Why it is not storing to the database even if the form data s correct
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-01 at 07:40
In your forms
__init__ method you write:
I'm looking to implement a small app for a recruitment task and I started wondering about good practices.
The Main.class instantiates a IntegerProcessor.class. The IntegerProcessor does all of the work for my task, and should collect input from the System.in.
I use BufferedReader for that. I am really confused now, is it a good practice to use it from a static context. Of course it's a small app, however my current mentor always emphasizes that we should use static methods ONLY when we are sure it's safe and avoid using it for reading data (DB connections, file reading, etc).
Am I taking the wrong approach here?
EDIT: I am also considering that it would be hard to test/mock the DataReader since it's static.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-13 at 21:02
I suppose that you are returning "numbers" to the caller. In this case, using a static method is an appropriate approach as you are not saving any state into the object, nor using any instance variables: your method is self contained in terms of state. However, if you were using a database connection, as you mentioned as example, using an instance method would allow you to save the connection parameters in the object and be able to have different instances for that, based on environment, for example.
I made a micro web on heroku using flask showing a table with some statistics. It works fine unless I use a button that starts a process of updating statistics. This takes more than 10 minutes as it is downloading data from external database.
Problem is that after half a minute web falls and I got a request timeout error. Here is the log:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-13 at 09:57
You need indeed to start a background process when this specific request comes in.
The process is asynchronous therefore you need to decide if/how the response is provided back to the caller (if necessary).
See an example here https://stackoverflow.com/a/64478590/9095551
I have a Python script to convert the CSV file to base64....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-26 at 23:09
The fact the file is CSV isn't part of the processing needed to converting it to base64 representation. You should be able to simply convert the file as raw data to a base64 string:
I am trying to merge rows by pattern.
The dataframe has only one column (string) and normally, it should follow a pattern of date, company_name and salary. However, some cases just don't have the salary.
Is there is a way I can merge the rows by the pattern of the date? By doing so, I can later split them into columns. The reason why I didn't want to do pivot_wider earlier was that it's likely to get mismatched between the company name and salary - unbalanced rows. So I think it's better to merge the rows by the date pattern as the date is never missing and following a pattern.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-21 at 17:52
Preface each line with a tag and then use
read.dcf to create a 3 column character matrix
mat. At the end we convert that to a character vector with one element per logical record but you may just want to use
mat since that seems like a more useful format.
We assume that the dates have the %d %B %Y format (see
?strptime for the percent codes), that salary lines start with £ and other lines are Address lines.
I'm trying to use BeautifulSoup 4 to scrape data from a recruitment website. Specifically, I want to extract the date when a job ad was posted. The HTML that involves this information is here:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-20 at 12:09
use .next_element . The .next_element attribute of a string or tag points to whatever was parsed immediately afterwards.
I am trying to inversely seperate a list of emails against another list using grep so that only emails not matching those expressions are returned.
The list of emails looks like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-12 at 06:02
With your shown samples, could you please try following. Written and tested in GNU
I have 2 tables in my database.
- table of employees in my department. This table is stored centrally. Which I have no right to manage in this table
- Department table. It's a table that I have created to show my department.
I want to know Which department's employees are under?
I tried using the command :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-05 at 07:42
WITH cte AS ( SELECT *, MAX(d.dept_level) OVER (PARTITION BY e.emp_id) maxlevel FROM employees e JOIN department d ON d.dept_name IN (e.dept_1, e.dept_2, e.dept_3) ) SELECT * FROM cte WHERE dept_level = maxlevel ORDER BY emp_id
You can use recruitment 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 recruitment 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 .
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