kandi X-RAY | plunger Summary
kandi X-RAY | plunger Summary
plunger is a unit testing framework for the Cascading platform. It helps you write small and fast unit tests for your Assemblies with fined grained assertions. A fluent API allows you to rapidly construct test data for delivery via Data instances and then make assertions on the data captured by Buckets. All test data is maintained in memory to avoid unnecessary I/O overhead. Utility methods are provided as a bridge between input/output files and their in-memory equivalents so that the same style of testing can be applied to Flows and Cascades.
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- Writes the specified tap to the supplied tap instance
- Writes the given tap to the local tap
- Returns the select as a list
- Writes data to the HadoopTap
- This method writes data to Hadoop partition
- Returns true if the items have the expected size
- Checks if actual matches expected fields
- Extract the fields from the given fields
- Process the provided groups
- Advances to the next group
- Completes the given group process
- Advances the call to the next group call
- Compares two fields
- Validates the passed values
- Returns a string representation of this object
- Compares this object with another object
- Specifies the fields to be included in the record
- Completes the given function with the provided function call
- Sets the fields for this data
- Creates a copy of the tuple
plunger Key Features
plunger Examples and Code Snippets
Plunger plunger = new Plunger(); Data corpus = new DataBuilder(new Fields("line")) .addTuple("one word the found other") .addTuple("other waterfalls found of") .build(); Pipe words = plunger.newNamedPipe("words", corpus); Pipe assem
Tap sink = new FileTap(new TextDelimited(fields), "new_test_data_file.tsv") Data employees = new DataBuilder(fields) .addTuple(1, "bill", "2013-01-01") .addTuple(2, "dave", "2001-01-02") .build(); Plunger.writeData(employees).toTap(
Aggregator aggregator = new MyLast(FIELDS); AggregatorCallStub stubCall = Plunger.newAggregatorCallStubBuilder(GROUP_FIELDS, FIELDS) .newGroup(1) .addTuple("2013-01-01") .addTuple("2013-01-02") .build() .complete(mockFlowProcess,
Trending Discussions on plunger
I have several rows of data that are entered manually. After hitting a specific VBA button, the data is transferred to another sheet, the sheet is then password protected, and then form is cleared.
How can I copy a column into a row, rather than the version I've come up with?
There are multiple sheets, one with the data, and others that it needs to archive to, depending on where the data was entered. Sheet names are "active run" and "11A", "11B", etc....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-07 at 14:04
Process each worksheet in turn. Loop through the source rows 10 to 19 and calculate the destination column.
Please excuse the use of var, it is part of the challenge and is intended to help me learn about closure. Currently, the code gives all 100 h3's the same sentence. I've tried moving the randomName, randomWeapon, and randomLocation variables into the addEvent function. When I do this I assign the same h3 a new sentence on every click. I'm guessing I need to use .call or .apply, but I am new to functions, and internet tutorials just aren't getting me there....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 20:59
The problem is that your
addEvent bind the
click hander on the
body and not on the
h3. And the second is that you do
e.preventDefault when you have not defined
e (you should set it on the
click handler,not the
addEvent function) which causes an error and stops the execution.
If you had fixed the
e issue, you would see that when you click on an
h3 you get all 100 alerts.
i have this data, and i want to mapping this data without using lodash...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-05 at 09:54
You could reduce the array.
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You can use plunger 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 plunger 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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