kandi X-RAY | Surrogate Summary
kandi X-RAY | Surrogate Summary
Surrogate is a Xposed module to replace any method, sending constant instead. If the main purpose of this software is to act as a complement for RootCloak, it could probably be used to mock services.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Region Action Selector
- Import rules from an input stream
- Imports a local file
- Returns the friendly name for a package rule
- Handle the activity result
- Update the rules for this package
- Internal method used to create a view
- Gets the icon for the package
- Creates a menu menu menu
- Prepares the export rules for exporting
- Writes the class to Parcel
- Writes the package information
- Returns a string representation of the class
- Handle loadPackage param
- Create the rule definition
- Called when an activity is created
- Initializes the view
- Handler for options select item
- Called when an options item is selected
- Initializes the instance
- Called when an options menu is created
Surrogate Key Features
Surrogate Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on Surrogate
My knowledge of packages such as
pandas is fairly shallow, and I've been looking for a solution to flatten data into rows. With a
dict like this, with a surrogate key called
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-27 at 13:57
We can create a dataframe from the given list of records, then
pivot the dataframe to reshape,
NaN values with empty string, then convert the pivoted frame to dictionary
I previously had working code that inefficiently called awaits on every element of an iterable. I'm in the process of refactoring to use Promise.All. However, my code is not waiting for the Promise.All to resolve before executive further code.
purgeRequestPromises line executes before the initial
Promise.All resolves. I'm not sure why that is?
retrieveSurrogateKey is an async function, so its return line will be wrapped in a resolved promise.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-11 at 23:35
retrieveSurrogateKey is synchronously returning
undefined: the value in the
try block is a promise and no errors are thrown synchronously, so the
catch clause is never executed and execution falls out the bottom, returning
undefined from the function body.
You could try something like:
I am trying to setup a varnish cache where the varnish instance is hosted on one server and the backend is on a different server. They are both on aws lightsail instances. The issue I am having is when I try and go to the site, I get the
Error 503 Backend fetch failed
error. Here is the varnish default.vcl:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-07 at 08:19
I discovered the key information in the logs:
I have a csv file...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-03 at 07:09
Use Unpivot1 activity to perform row-column conversion.
Unpivot key: just fill in a column name.
Unpivoted columns: This column name must be consistent with the column name in your sql table. This way ADF will do automatic mapping.
Data preview is as follows:
On the command line, I can do a request like: curl -I -H "Fastly-Debug: 1"
and it will return a lot of helpful information from the CDN serving that URL, in this case, Fastly:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-30 at 22:51
-H (header) flag allows you to specify a custom header in cURL. Your code already does this - great! All that's left is emulating the
-I (head) flag.
From cURL manpage for the -I option:
Fetch the headers only! HTTP-servers feature the command HEAD which this uses to get nothing but the header of a document.
To use the HEAD method, you need to specify it instead of GET:
i am using node-cron. what i want is when my program start node-cron should run the function and then wait for 60 mints and run the function but in real when i start the execution node-cron did'not run the function on start but after 59 mints . any help will be appreciated. thanks in advance
here is my code....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-21 at 12:23
Since you must call
surrogate only once at start-up:
I am trying to execute
radial basis interpolation in
I have developed the following code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-19 at 03:17
Your training data contains only a single sampling point with multiple values. Replace with more sound data and your code works:
I would like to storing the data in the DWH in a consistent matter. Every week I need to load data in AzureDW from on-Prem SQLDB. The thing is that I have primary key in a table which I get every week. The example of table
I want to design in such a way that all 4 records gets stored in DW.
Shall I use surrogate key or is there some other better way?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-01 at 17:46
If this is staged source data I wouldn't add a surrogate key, typically you only create surrogate keys in your dimensional model.
If your data volume is growing by semi-exponentially every time the process is run (unlikely) I would process as a CTAS, otherwise I would do a INSERT INTO dbo.table SELECT *, SYSUTCDATETIME() AS RECORD_INSERT_DATE FROM dbo.table_external_table
So you would just insert all incoming data and add a timestamp for the insert date. Your NK and timestamp become your unique key on the table.
If your requirements involve easily returning the current version of the record you could use a typeII SCD pattern to set a end date for the most recent version of the record and start date + active flag for the new version of the record.
How to split unicode string containing surrogate-pair characters and normal characters into a
List of characters?
String is required to store surrogate-pair characters consisting of two
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-25 at 08:43
Given such a vector:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-17 at 20:33
library(dplyr); library(stringr) my_nodes %>% separate(src_vec, c("primary", "secondary"), sep = ", ", extra = "drop") %>% mutate(node_detect = str_detect(primary, "node"), node = paste("node", cumsum(node_detect))) %>% # keep the nodes marked "improve" filter(!node_detect, secondary == "improve") %>% mutate(result = paste(node, primary)) %>% pull(result) # "node 1 sports" "node 1 music" "node 1 painting" "node 2 music" "node 2 painting" "node 3 sports" "node 6 painting"
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You can use Surrogate 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 Surrogate 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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