kandi X-RAY | mdp Summary
kandi X-RAY | mdp Summary
athenahealth’s More Disruption Please API samples.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Entry point for the audit program
- Converts the map of request parameters to a URL - safe form
- Dump the headers
- Set the base URL for the agent
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ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 19:47
- Calculate the mean for each group, and then add them to the existing
- Remember that the line in the boxplot is the median, not the mean.
- Add the means to
showmeans=True, and then remove
lineplot, if desired.
- Add the means to
- As pointed out JohanC's answer:
sns.pointplot(data=dfm, x='variable', y='value', hue='parametrized_factor', ax=ax)can be used without the need for calculating
dfm_mean, however there isn't a
legend=Falseparameter, which then requires manually managing the legend.
- Also, I think it's more straightforward to use
dodge=Falsethan to calculate the offsets.
- Either answer is viable, depending on your requirements.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 15:52
I'm using Tomcat 10 and eclipse to develop a J2E (or Jakarta EE) web application. I followed this tutorial (http://objis.com/tutoriel-securite-declarative-jee-avec-jaas/#partie2) which seems old (it's a french document, because i'm french, sorry if my english isn't perfect), but I also read the Tomcat 10 documentation.
The dataSource works, I followed instructions on this page (https://tomcat.apache.org/tomcat-10.0-doc/jndi-datasource-examples-howto.html#Oracle_8i,_9i_&_10g) and tested it, but it seems that the realm doesn't work, because I can't login successfully. I always have an authentification error, even if I use the right login and password.
I tried a lot of "solutions" to correct this, but no one works. And I still don't know if I have to put the realm tag inside context.xml, server.xml or both. I tried context.xml and both, but i don't see any difference.
My web.xml :
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-10 at 13:44
As Piotr P. Karwasz said it, I misspelled dataSourceName in context.xml and server.xml file. I feel bad that I didn't notice it.
But I still have one question : In which document should I put the realm tag ?
I'm not sure if the title makes sense, it was the best I could come up with, so here's my scenario.
I have an ASP.NET Core app that I'm using more as a shell and for DI configuration. In
Startup it adds a bunch of
IHostedServices as singletons, along with their dependencies, also as singletons, with minor exceptions for
DbContext which we'll get to later. The hosted services are groups of similar services that:
- Listen for incoming reports from GPS devices and put into a listening buffer.
- Parse items out of the listening buffer and put into a parsed buffer.
Eventually there's a single service that reads the parsed buffer and actually processes the parsed reports. It does this by passing the report it took out of the buffer to a handler and awaits for it to complete to move to the next. This has worked well for the past year, but it appears we're running into a scalability issue now because its processing one report at a time and the average time to process is 62ms on the server which includes the Dapper trip to the database to get the data needed and the EF Core trip to save changes.
If however the handler decides that a report's information requires triggering background jobs, then I suspect it takes 100ms or more to complete. Over time, the buffer fills up faster than the handler can process to the point of holding 10s if not 100s of thousands of reports until they can be processed. This is an issue because notifications are delayed and because it has the potential for data loss if the buffer is still full by the time the server restarts at midnight.
All that being said, I'm trying to figure out how to make the processing parallel. After lots of experimentation yesterday, I settled on using
Parallel.ForEach over the buffer using
GetConsumingEnumerable(). This works well, except for a weird behavior I don't know what to do about or even call. As the buffer is filled and the
ForEach is iterating over it it will begin to "chunk" the processing into ever increasing multiples of two. The size of the chunking is affected by the
MaxDegreeOfParallelism setting. For example (N# = Next # of reports in buffer):
- N3 = 1 at a time
- N6 = 2 at a time
- N12 = 4 at a time
- N6 = 1 at a time
- N12 = 2 at a time
- N24 = 4 at a time
- N12 = 1 at a time
- N24 = 2 at a time
- N48 = 4 at a time
- N24 = 1 at a time
- N48 = 2 at a time
- N96 = 4 at a time
This is arguably worse than the serial execution I have now because by the end of the day it will buffer and wait for, say, half a million reports before actually processing them.
Is there a way to fix this? I'm not very experienced with
Parallel.ForEach so from my point of view this is strange behavior. Ultimately I'm looking for a way to parallel process the reports as soon as they are in the buffer, so if there's other ways to accomplish this I'm all ears. This is roughly what I have for the code. The handler that processes the reports does use
IServiceProvider to create a scope and get an instance of
DbContext. Thanks in advance for any suggestions!
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-03 at 17:46
You can't use
Parallel methods with
async delegates - at least, not yet.
Since you already have a "pipeline" style of architecture, I recommend looking into TPL Dataflow. A single
ActionBlock may be all that you need, and once you have that working, other blocks in TPL Dataflow may replace other parts of your pipeline.
If you prefer to stick with your existing buffer, then you should use asynchronous concurrency instead of
I'm new to php and sql and I'm trying to build a new user system. I've tried two different methods and they both give me errors.
$_SERVER["REQUEST_METHOD"] == "POST" gives me an unidentified index 'Nom', 'Prenom', 'Role' and 'Mail' error
and isset($_POST['submit']) does not enter the if (doesn't print the test2)
So I'm guessing I have a problem with the form but I can't figure out what it is.
Edit : New problem : The sql query doesn't go through so the data isn't added into the database. I get this error message :Une petite erreur, veuillez réessayer plus tard ! aka the one from my last if else statement in the .php file
This is my html code (a form to collect data) :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-29 at 09:01
You don't have an input called submit. You should try this:
So hi, I'm actually a very very beginner and i'd like to know how to set a property that is in a class as a variable to do condition?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-11 at 16:41
What you might typically do would be to assign the variables as parameters to the class constructor and define them as properties within the class - allowing access afterwards using
$this->var style syntax
I am running the following slurm script on a cluster computing system....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-19 at 07:15
You have a missing
} in the line
I woudlike to execute GET request :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-08 at 22:30
You are facing the error because you are trying to cast an instance of
You need to create an appropriate
HttpUriRequest implementation in order to execute your HTTP request.
In your use case I suppose it should looks like this:
I woudlike to put some parameter in my request (code value and name value) :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-08 at 13:38
URIBuilder to construct your URL
I'm still new to C, so I don't have a great understanding of it. Right now I'm trying to figure out pointers.
I want to load the parameters of a structure
amqp_connection_info through the
argv variables. How can I change the load of parameters in the structure?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-26 at 12:57
argv is declared as
const char **argv. This means that each element of
argv is a
const char * (you can view
argv as an array of const pointers). You are assigning that
const char * to a non-const
char *, which discards the
const qualifier. This is what prompts the warning.
You can avoid this problem by chaning the signature of
int main(int argc, char **argv). Note that
argv is not, in fact,
const so it is perfectly safe to remove the
const from the signature, see Why is main() argument argv of type char* rather than const char*?.
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You can use mdp 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 mdp 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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