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documentation is a Java library. documentation has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has high support. You can download it from GitHub.

The documentation is written in AsciiDoc format. Source files, images and includes are located in the content directory in the following subdirectories:. Most of the documents have English and Russian versions in the corresponding subdirectories (en and ru). Released documentation is available at CUBA website.

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              documentation has a highly active ecosystem.
              It has 27 star(s) with 47 fork(s). There are 5 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 6 months.
              There are 114 open issues and 584 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 85 days. There are 1 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
              It has a positive sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of documentation is current.

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            • Returns all sections that match the given term .
            • Performs the login .
            • Initialize the ProcActionsFragmentFragmentFragment
            • Start a process
            • Updates process state .
            • Calculates orders affected by the current transaction .
            • Performs the action .
            • Get context config location
            • On browser browser browser event .
            • Retrieves a new user or creates a new one .
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            Community Discussions


            Application Insights starttrackevent stopstrackevent across pages in a single session
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 22:35

            I am having trouble tracking down documentation on this, so hoping someone knows as I am not able to get application insights to capture telemetry on starttrackevent and stopstrackevent across pages. This is an mvc application, so SPA is not in play here.

            I am worried I may be doing something incorrectly, however the likely case is it doesn't support it.


            • user hits site for the first time
            • user does action that triggers startTrackEvent("eventName");
            • user navigates to a new page
            • user does action that triggers stopTrackEvent("eventName");

            -- from the appInsights readme


            appInsights.stopTrackEvent("event", null, {customProp1: "some value"});



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 22:35

            Not per documentation, but via testing, can confirm that when a new page loads, appInsights will not persist start/stoptrackevent.



            How to reply_count & quote_count using tweepy 3.10.0?
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 22:22

            I am trying to execute quote_count & reply_count using the Twitter Tweepy API, but I can't find proper updated documentation on how to do it.


            I have some working code from Tweepy for Twitter API version 1 to get some data I use, but I cant find good info about how to extract reply_count & quote_count using Twitter API version 2 via Tweepy.



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 22:22

            Tweepy v3.10.0 does not support Twitter API v2. You'll have to use the latest development version of Tweepy on the master branch or wait for Tweepy v4.0 to be released.

            As that documentation says, you need to pass the specific fields and expansions you want when making the API request. For example, for the version currently on the master branch, the equivalent of the public metrics example request in that documentation would be:



            Loading external CSS files in AMP
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 22:09

            How can I load external CSS files like bootstrap.css and other external stylesheets to an html file having AMP? I checked AMP documentation. but didn't got a solution. I have to do SEO for a PHP static site and I am new to AMP and SEO.



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 10:05


            Good way to switch between 2 versions of the same dependency in package.json?
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 21:43

            Turns out you can't have comments in JSON files, and it's a bit awkward to have people refer to some documentation telling them what line to copy/paste in and where in order to achieve this.

            I think I can make a python script to copy/paste in one of two package.json files depending on what flags they pass in, but that feels overcomplicated.

            I think I can include both dependencies (under different names) but that would create a requirement for both to be available, which is not good either.

            Looking for ideas/thoughts on a good way to accomplish this. I have a release and dev version of the same dependency and I often need to swap between the two. Would like to improve the workflow beyond just having a notepad on the side with the two lines pasted in it...



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 21:43

            yarn and npm already do this job, why not use them?


            Tag the dev versions when you release them



            Add work item field to only one board in a project in Azure DevOps
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 20:13

            There are multiple development teams in an area of the organization that work closely together. Each has its own Azure DevOps board under the same Azure DevOps project. All boards inherit from the same Azure DevOps process.

            One team would like to add a field to a work item type, but only show that field on their board. The field would not appear on the same work item type on the other teams' boards.

            Is this possible? Microsoft has good documentation for Azure DevOps but I can't find anything that speaks to this, and I can't accomplish it myself in the UI. Thank you for any insights.



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 20:13

            If you add a new field to a work item type of some team project, this field will be available for all project teams.

            Each team can customize the card view on each board (backlog or sprint): Add fields to cards, Customize fields

            Additionally, you can use process rules to hide fields (Hide or restrict modification of a field based on a user or group) as Matt mentioned. You can find each team as a group [Team Project]\Team Name in the conditions section.



            az appconfig kv list --key filter not working for * wildcard
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 20:06

            I have a KeyValue pair in azure appConfiguration

            and when I run the following command, it does not work. however another version of it is working



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 20:06

            Not sure but I'm guessing the --key argument only supports prefix. You could use jmespath to work around that:



            Find proportion of times each character(A,B,C,D) occurs in each column of a list which has 3 datasets
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 19:00

            I have a list (dput() below) that has 4 datasets.I also have a variable called 'u' with 4 characters. I have made a video here which explains what I want and a spreadsheet is here.

            The spreadsheet is not exactly how my data looks like but i am using it just as an example. My original list has 4 datasets but the spreadsheet has 3 datasets.

            Essentially i have some characters(A,B,C,D) and i want to find the proportions of times each character occurs in each column of 3 groups of datasets.(Check video, its hard to explain by typing it out)



            Answered 2021-Jun-09 at 19:00

            We can loop over the list 'l' with lapply, then get the table for each of the columns by looping over the columns with sapply after converting the column to factor with levels specified as 'u', get the proportions, transpose, convert to data.frame (, split by row (asplit - MARGIN = 1), then use transpose from purrr to change the structure so that each column from all the list elements will be blocked as a single unit, bind them with bind_rows



            How to maintain order of levels after factorizing column in R
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 16:45

            I have a permutation of different electrodes (25x25=625) from frontal to parietal.



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 16:45

            We can use unique in the levels argument of factor as unique returns the unique values from the first occurrence of that element, thus it maintains the same order of occurrence as in the original data



            Docstring for class functions that only adds/updates class attributes?
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 15:29

            I'm trying to follow the Google Style of docstrings, but I'm not sure how to document a function (and the class itself) when there's functions that add/supdates an attribute. Currently I have something like this:



            Answered 2021-Jun-09 at 00:25

            There is a general format that can be followed. Although in certain scenarios, it becomes necessary to break away from the traditional style, your situation seems to be fairly basic. Here is a PEP convention guide for docstrings in Python:




            Security concern of using Firebase ID tokens for authentication on my custom backend
            Asked 2021-Jun-15 at 15:02

            I want to use firebase auth for my android and ios applications with custom backend. So I need some way of authentication for api calls from mobile apps to the backend.

            I was able to find following guide in firebase documentation which suggests to sent firebase id token to my backend and validate it there with firebase Admin SDK.

            But this approach does not seem to be a security best practice. For example here it is said that for API access one should use access tokens rather than id tokens.

            Are there any good pattern for using firebase auth with my backend?



            Answered 2021-Jun-15 at 15:02

            firebaser here

            Firebase itself passes the ID token with each request, and then uses that on the server to identify the user and to determine whether they're authorized to perform the operation. This is a common (I'd even say idiomatic) approach to authentication and authorization, and if there's a security risk that you've identified in it, we'd love to hear about it on

            From reading the blog post it seems the author is making a distinction between authentication (the user proving their identify) and authorization (them getting access to certain resources based on that identity), but it'd probably be best to ask the author for more information on why that would preclude passing an ID token to identify the user.


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