kandi X-RAY | dataprocessor Summary
kandi X-RAY | dataprocessor Summary
注意： 框架中提供了 DateSliceDataProvider 和 LongSliceDataProvider 两个实现 DataProvider 接口的抽象类，如果你是根据 Date 或者 Long 类型进行切片，可以选择继承一个以省去切片规则的实现。.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Helper method for sanitized status
- Process a list of resources
- Launches the list of tasks
- Get error information
- Clears previous record
- Move to folder
- Delete a directory recursively
- Clear old history
- Parse slice string
- Creates a slice
- Generate a set of slices
- Returns a set of slices
- Parse slice string
- Gets all slices
- Notify the task that the executor has completed
- Generate slices
- Compares two slice objects
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I am trying to create a simple example with DHTMLX Gantt. I have managed to get it working until storing data in the database. Data get stored, but I am not able to load the chart on opening the page. Any ideas what might be the problem? I have gone through the documentation available, but I can't find the root cause of this behavior.
This is how SQL Server looks like after triggering Save button on Gantt chart:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-28 at 08:32
Let's continue discussing this question on the forum:
I have a RAII style class which manages the ownership certain resources. Therefore, copy constructor and assignment operator are explicitly deleted, only move variants exist and they move the resource and invalidate the source (reference). So far it has worked fine, but now I would like to move an object of that kind into a std::function which is processed somewhere else, so that this object becomes the ownership carrier, and eventually release the object. Luckily C++14 allows one to use move assignment while capturing by value so it looked like the way to go. Something like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-23 at 17:15
A lambda is not a
You are right that c++14 allows moving something into a lambda, and even move said lambda afterwards.
std::function on the other hand requires the callable to be Copy Constructable and Copy Assignable.
Class template std::function is a general-purpose polymorphic function wrapper. Instances of std::function can store, copy, and invoke any CopyConstructible Callable target -- functions, lambda expressions, bind expressions, or other function objects, as well as pointers to member functions and pointers to data members.
The stored callable object is called the target of std::function. If a std::function contains no target, it is called empty. Invoking the target of an empty std::function results in std::bad_function_call exception being thrown.
std::function satisfies the requirements of CopyConstructible and CopyAssignable.
Some ideas for a possible solution could be:
Create your own function wrapper (or use a library) that supports move-only callables.
std::shared_ptrand capture that.
The first option seems much more robust, but just to show the idea for a quick dirty work-around.
I am just starting with Blazor, trying to set up some simple project to see how to interact with different parts and components. I have been trying to include dhtmlxGantt into Blazor index page. It seems to be working by replacing index.html content with example from dhtmlxGantt. However as a result I get only gantt chart without any other Blazor components. How to do it in a proper way so that as a result I would see gantt chart on first page index.razor?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-16 at 19:51
One way we may be able to accomplish this is by changing the way Blazor begins when the page is first loaded.
wwwroot/index.html (Blazor WebAssembly) or
Pages/_Host.cshtml (Blazor Server) we can modify the Blazor initializing to invoke a script after Blazor starts.
For Example (Blazor WebAssembly):
Consider the following scenario in pseudo-python-code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-05 at 23:10
you can always subclass what ever class and rewrite/expand/adjust any part of the original to your liking and with the use of super() access the original functionality
from your example, something like this for example:
I am using guava cache where I want to keep maximum size configurable. I tried using @value for this but the problem is private member cache gets created before @value injection. How can I read this size from config properties? The code I am currently using is given below...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-03 at 07:20
You can put the cache creation in a method that is annotated with
I want to display the version of my
sitepackage (from my declaration file
ext_emconf.php ) in the frontend.
How do I query this information? I was thinking of using a
DataProcessor in my
FLUIDTEMPLATE, but I’m not sure whether I need to write my own or if there’s already one I can use for that.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-30 at 09:28
Depending on your exact needs you could make use of
ExtensionManagementUtility::getExtensionVersion() to inject a global TypoScript constant via
I use local paths to reference code for lambda functions and a state machine in the
template.yml file describing my cloudformation setup. Transforming these to S3 uris with
aws cloudformation package works for the lambda functions, but not the state machine that I'm trying to add to the setup.
I have a SAM/Cloudformation template,
template.yml, that relies on paths that apply to my local repo to access both lambda functions and state machine setup files.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Sep-17 at 22:42
AWS::Serverless::StateMachine is not supported for such substitutions. In contrast
CodeUri is supported, thus its correctly changed.
The supported properties and resources are:
I have a
Data class with several sub-class such as
IntegerData. The task is to process different types of incoming data. So based on program to an interface, not an implementation, I created the following interface with generic type for compile-time type checking:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-11 at 08:06
This is the classic problem with Java as it doesn't support double dispatching. People have circumvented the problem using visitor pattern. In your case, you can possibly expose a visit function inside the
Data class that accepts the
DataProcessor and run the
process method of it. Essentially, reverse the things.
Something like this
I have built a utility to load some data using spring boot, the utility is able to open connection to the DB and pull data, but it is not committing the data somehow. The following is the code.
I ran it in the following ways and none worked....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-10 at 18:18
I had @JoinTable with many to many mapping, i had to change the
owner of the relationship. The commits started working. In the past the Two.java had @ManytoMany mapping and the owner was Two, i had to change it to the following for it to work. now one.voiceFeatures.add(Two); and commit is working fine.
I am having difficulty getting my Eclipse PDE plugin to work in a Windows environment. I have created an Eclipse PDE plugin that uses external jars. I was able to install the plugin to my Eclipse IDE on my MacBook (macOS Catalina 10.15), by right clicking on the project then Export>Deployable plugins and Fragments>Install into host repository>Finish. The pathway for the host repository is
/Users/username/eclipse-workspace/.metadata/.plugins/org.eclipse.pde.core/install/. The attributes chosen in the Options category are shown in the photo below:
The plugin installs successfully and is able to run in my IDE upon button click.
When I repeat these steps in Windows 10, the plugin installs. I am able to click on a button to open my developed window, but when I click the "go" button which triggers my functions that rely on the external jars, nothing occurs. The button acts as though it is not connected to any function, despite the code being identical to what was used in Mac. Does anyone know why Eclipse is unable to access the necessary jars in Windows?
I have attached a screenshot of my build properties below. Note that the jars are held in a directory called "lib" which is at the same level as the /src directory in a eclipse plugin project....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-30 at 20:33
Update: the issue appeared to be with the windows computer I was using. The plugin installed as intended with this code on another windows machine.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use dataprocessor 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 dataprocessor 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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