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furnace is a Java library typically used in Utilities, Build Tool, Gradle, Maven applications. furnace has no bugs, it has build file available, it has a Weak Copyleft License and it has low support. However furnace has 2 vulnerabilities. You can download it from GitHub, Maven.
Lightweight Modular Service Container - Based on JBoss Modules and Maven. It’s easier than OSGi :). [![Build Status](https://travis-ci.org/forge/furnace.svg?branch=master)](https://travis-ci.org/forge/furnace) [![License](http://img.shields.io/:license-EPL-blue.svg)](https://www.eclipse.org/legal/epl-v10.html) [![Maven central](https://maven-badges.herokuapp.com/maven-central/org.jboss.forge.furnace/furnace-se/badge.svg)](https://maven-badges.herokuapp.com/maven-central/org.jboss.forge.furnace/furnace-se).
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  • furnace has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 33 star(s) with 28 fork(s). There are 7 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • furnace has no issues reported. There are 10 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of furnace is current.
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  • furnace has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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  • furnace has 2 vulnerability issues reported (0 critical, 0 high, 2 medium, 0 low).
  • furnace code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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  • furnace is licensed under the EPL-1.0 License. This license is Weak Copyleft.
  • Weak Copyleft licenses have some restrictions, but you can use them in commercial projects.
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  • furnace releases are not available. You will need to build from source code and install.
  • Deployable package is available in Maven.
  • Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
  • Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.
  • It has 27786 lines of code, 1951 functions and 456 files.
  • It has medium code complexity. Code complexity directly impacts maintainability of the code.
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kandi has reviewed furnace and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into furnace implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Enhances a single parameter value .
    • Finds the POM .
      • Initialize the graph .
        • Parses version .
          • Deploys an addon to the given addon descriptor .
            • Parses multiple versions range .
              • Creates an AddonActionRequest for the specified addon .
                • Finds a module by its id .
                  • Resolves the given AddonId from the given AddonId .
                    • Gets enabled repositories from active profiles .

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                      furnace Key Features

                      Lightweight Modular Service Container - Based on existing JBoss Modules, Maven, and CDI Standard Technologies.

                      Usage

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                      <dependency>
                         <groupId>org.jboss.forge.furnace</groupId>
                         <artifactId>furnace-se</artifactId>
                         <version>${version.furnace}</version>
                      </dependency>

                      werkzeug.exceptions.BadRequestKeyError with forms with only buttons

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                      if request.method == 'POST' and request.form['startTime'] == 'Start':
                      
                      if request.method == 'POST' and request.form.get('startTime', '') == 'Start':
                      
                      if request.method == 'POST' and request.form['startTime'] == 'Start':
                      
                      if request.method == 'POST' and request.form.get('startTime', '') == 'Start':
                      

                      AnyChart Android unable to populate values from firestore in for loop

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                      public void updateChart(List<DataEntry> seriesData)
                      {
                          Set set = Set.instantiate();
                          set.data(seriesData);
                          // Number ip3,Number gspm2b,Number gspm3b1,Number gspm3b2,Number gspm3b3,Number roto
                          Mapping series1Mapping = set.mapAs("{ x: 'x', value: 'value' }");
                          Mapping series2Mapping = set.mapAs("{ x: 'x', value: 'value2' }");
                          Mapping series3Mapping = set.mapAs("{ x: 'x', value: 'value3' }");
                          Mapping series4Mapping = set.mapAs("{ x: 'x', value: 'value4' }");
                      
                          Line series1 = cartesian.line(series1Mapping);
                          series1.name("HPDC-1");
                          series1.hovered().markers().enabled(true);
                          series1.hovered().markers()
                                  .type(MarkerType.CIRCLE)
                                  .size(4d);
                          series1.tooltip()
                                  .position("right")
                                  .anchor(Anchor.LEFT_CENTER)
                                  .offsetX(5d)
                                  .offsetY(5d);
                      
                          Line series2 = cartesian.line(series2Mapping);
                          series2.name("HPDC-2");
                          series2.hovered().markers().enabled(true);
                          series2.hovered().markers()
                                  .type(MarkerType.CIRCLE)
                                  .size(4d);
                          series2.tooltip()
                                  .position("right")
                                  .anchor(Anchor.LEFT_CENTER)
                                  .offsetX(5d)
                                  .offsetY(5d);
                      
                          Line series3 = cartesian.line(series3Mapping);
                          series3.name("HPDC-3");
                          series3.hovered().markers().enabled(true);
                          series3.hovered().markers()
                                  .type(MarkerType.CIRCLE)
                                  .size(4d);
                          series3.tooltip()
                                  .position("right")
                                  .anchor(Anchor.LEFT_CENTER)
                                  .offsetX(5d)
                                  .offsetY(5d);
                      
                          Line series4 = cartesian.line(series4Mapping);
                          series4.name("2B");
                          series4.hovered().markers().enabled(true);
                          series4.hovered().markers()
                                  .type(MarkerType.CIRCLE)
                                  .size(4d);
                          series4.tooltip()
                                  .position("right")
                                  .anchor(Anchor.LEFT_CENTER)
                                  .offsetX(5d)
                                  .offsetY(5d);
                      
                      
                          cartesian.legend().enabled(true);
                          cartesian.legend().fontSize(13d);
                          cartesian.legend().padding(0d, 0d, 10d, 0d);
                      
                          anyChartView.setChart(cartesian);
                      }
                      
                              reference.get().addOnSuccessListener(new OnSuccessListener<QuerySnapshot>() {
                                  @Override
                                  public void onSuccess(QuerySnapshot queryDocumentSnapshots) {
                                      List<DataEntry> seriesData = new ArrayList<>();
                                      for (QueryDocumentSnapshot documentSnapshot : queryDocumentSnapshots) {
                                          Energy_cons_model model=documentSnapshot.toObject(Energy_cons_model.class);
                      
                                          String da= localDateFormat2.format(model.getTs());
                                          int ip1= Math.toIntExact(model.getHpdc1());
                                          int ip2= Math.toIntExact(model.getHpdc2());
                                          int ip3= Math.toIntExact(model.getHpdc3());
                      
                                          seriesData.add(new CustomDataEntry(da,ip1,ip2,ip3,model.getGspm2B()));
                                      }
                                     updateChart(seriesData);
                                  }
                              });
                      
                      public void updateChart(List<DataEntry> seriesData)
                      {
                          Set set = Set.instantiate();
                          set.data(seriesData);
                          // Number ip3,Number gspm2b,Number gspm3b1,Number gspm3b2,Number gspm3b3,Number roto
                          Mapping series1Mapping = set.mapAs("{ x: 'x', value: 'value' }");
                          Mapping series2Mapping = set.mapAs("{ x: 'x', value: 'value2' }");
                          Mapping series3Mapping = set.mapAs("{ x: 'x', value: 'value3' }");
                          Mapping series4Mapping = set.mapAs("{ x: 'x', value: 'value4' }");
                      
                          Line series1 = cartesian.line(series1Mapping);
                          series1.name("HPDC-1");
                          series1.hovered().markers().enabled(true);
                          series1.hovered().markers()
                                  .type(MarkerType.CIRCLE)
                                  .size(4d);
                          series1.tooltip()
                                  .position("right")
                                  .anchor(Anchor.LEFT_CENTER)
                                  .offsetX(5d)
                                  .offsetY(5d);
                      
                          Line series2 = cartesian.line(series2Mapping);
                          series2.name("HPDC-2");
                          series2.hovered().markers().enabled(true);
                          series2.hovered().markers()
                                  .type(MarkerType.CIRCLE)
                                  .size(4d);
                          series2.tooltip()
                                  .position("right")
                                  .anchor(Anchor.LEFT_CENTER)
                                  .offsetX(5d)
                                  .offsetY(5d);
                      
                          Line series3 = cartesian.line(series3Mapping);
                          series3.name("HPDC-3");
                          series3.hovered().markers().enabled(true);
                          series3.hovered().markers()
                                  .type(MarkerType.CIRCLE)
                                  .size(4d);
                          series3.tooltip()
                                  .position("right")
                                  .anchor(Anchor.LEFT_CENTER)
                                  .offsetX(5d)
                                  .offsetY(5d);
                      
                          Line series4 = cartesian.line(series4Mapping);
                          series4.name("2B");
                          series4.hovered().markers().enabled(true);
                          series4.hovered().markers()
                                  .type(MarkerType.CIRCLE)
                                  .size(4d);
                          series4.tooltip()
                                  .position("right")
                                  .anchor(Anchor.LEFT_CENTER)
                                  .offsetX(5d)
                                  .offsetY(5d);
                      
                      
                          cartesian.legend().enabled(true);
                          cartesian.legend().fontSize(13d);
                          cartesian.legend().padding(0d, 0d, 10d, 0d);
                      
                          anyChartView.setChart(cartesian);
                      }
                      
                              reference.get().addOnSuccessListener(new OnSuccessListener<QuerySnapshot>() {
                                  @Override
                                  public void onSuccess(QuerySnapshot queryDocumentSnapshots) {
                                      List<DataEntry> seriesData = new ArrayList<>();
                                      for (QueryDocumentSnapshot documentSnapshot : queryDocumentSnapshots) {
                                          Energy_cons_model model=documentSnapshot.toObject(Energy_cons_model.class);
                      
                                          String da= localDateFormat2.format(model.getTs());
                                          int ip1= Math.toIntExact(model.getHpdc1());
                                          int ip2= Math.toIntExact(model.getHpdc2());
                                          int ip3= Math.toIntExact(model.getHpdc3());
                      
                                          seriesData.add(new CustomDataEntry(da,ip1,ip2,ip3,model.getGspm2B()));
                                      }
                                     updateChart(seriesData);
                                  }
                              });
                      

                      Simple Python and Flask question -- 404 error

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                      <p><a href="set">Set time</a></p>
                      
                      <p><a href="{{ url_for('setTime') }}">Set time</a></p>    
                      
                      <p><a href="set">Set time</a></p>
                      
                      <p><a href="{{ url_for('setTime') }}">Set time</a></p>    
                      

                      How to display python variables on a web page and an LCD

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                      from flask import Flask
                      import threading
                      import time
                      
                      # Using a global here for simplicity in this demo
                      # Globals are generally bad practice, so you would maintain
                      # the status of "lcd_counter" in a more elegant way
                      # (e.g. through a shared module, through classes, etc.)
                      # A simple global serves the purpose for this demo
                      # of a flask server running in parallel to another process
                      # emulating some I/O, printing to the console, etc.
                      lcd_counter = 0
                      
                      flask_app = Flask(__name__)
                      
                      @flask_app.route("/")
                      def hello_world():
                          # See comment about global above
                          global lcd_counter
                          return f'<p>LCD counter = {lcd_counter}</p>'
                      
                      def lcd_update():
                          # This prints the value of the counter to the console to simulate sending it to the LCD
                          # See comment about global above
                          global lcd_counter
                          while True:
                              print(f'{lcd_counter}')
                              time.sleep(1.0)
                              lcd_counter += 1
                      
                      if __name__ == '__main__':
                          # Start a background thread to control/update the LCD
                          # You'll also want to devise a graceful way to shutdown your whole app
                          # by providing a kill signal to your threads, for example (beyond the scope of this answer)
                          thread_LCD = threading.Thread(target=lcd_update, name='lcd_counter')
                          thread_LCD.start()
                          # Now run the flask web server in the main thread
                          # debug=False to avoid Flask printing duplicate info to the console
                          flask_app.run(debug=False, host='0.0.0.0')
                      

                      While loop data not appending to list outside of while loop

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                      lst = [1,2,3]
                      lst.append(4)
                      print(lst)
                      # [1, 2, 3, 4]
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series = series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      0    4
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      company_names1 = company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      lst = [1,2,3]
                      lst.append(4)
                      print(lst)
                      # [1, 2, 3, 4]
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series = series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      0    4
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      company_names1 = company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      lst = [1,2,3]
                      lst.append(4)
                      print(lst)
                      # [1, 2, 3, 4]
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series = series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      0    4
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      company_names1 = company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      lst = [1,2,3]
                      lst.append(4)
                      print(lst)
                      # [1, 2, 3, 4]
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series = series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      0    4
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      company_names1 = company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      lst = [1,2,3]
                      lst.append(4)
                      print(lst)
                      # [1, 2, 3, 4]
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series = series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      0    4
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      company_names1 = company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      lst = [1,2,3]
                      lst.append(4)
                      print(lst)
                      # [1, 2, 3, 4]
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series = series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      0    4
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      company_names1 = company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      lst = [1,2,3]
                      lst.append(4)
                      print(lst)
                      # [1, 2, 3, 4]
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      series = pd.Series([1,2,3])
                      series = series.append(pd.Series([4]))
                      print(series)
                      
                      0    1
                      1    2
                      2    3
                      0    4
                      dtype: int64
                      
                      company_names1.append(company_names)
                      
                      company_names1 = company_names1.append(company_names)
                      

                      Can I refer to a static variable of a class without using its name? (for inheritance)

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                      findRecipe(){
                          doStuffWith(this.constructor.recipeType);
                      }
                      

                      Fastest way to find multiple entries from json using Python

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                      lookup = { d["name"] : d["id"] for d in document}
                      
                      items = ['Cannonball', 'Cannon furnace','Bucket of wax']
                      
                      result = [lookup[item] for item in items]
                      print(result)
                      
                      [2, 12, 30]
                      
                      items = ['Cannonball', 'Cannon furnace', 'Bucket of wax']
                      item_set = set(items)
                      
                      lookup = {d["name"]: d["id"] for d in document if d["name"] in item_set}
                      result = [lookup[item] for item in items]
                      
                      lookup = { d["name"] : d["id"] for d in document}
                      
                      items = ['Cannonball', 'Cannon furnace','Bucket of wax']
                      
                      result = [lookup[item] for item in items]
                      print(result)
                      
                      [2, 12, 30]
                      
                      items = ['Cannonball', 'Cannon furnace', 'Bucket of wax']
                      item_set = set(items)
                      
                      lookup = {d["name"]: d["id"] for d in document if d["name"] in item_set}
                      result = [lookup[item] for item in items]
                      
                      lookup = { d["name"] : d["id"] for d in document}
                      
                      items = ['Cannonball', 'Cannon furnace','Bucket of wax']
                      
                      result = [lookup[item] for item in items]
                      print(result)
                      
                      [2, 12, 30]
                      
                      items = ['Cannonball', 'Cannon furnace', 'Bucket of wax']
                      item_set = set(items)
                      
                      lookup = {d["name"]: d["id"] for d in document if d["name"] in item_set}
                      result = [lookup[item] for item in items]
                      
                      file_name = "database.json"
                      with open(file_name, 'r') as f:
                          document =  json.loads(f.read())
                      
                      name_to_id = {item["name"]:item["id"] for item in document}
                      
                      items = ['Cannonball', 'Cannon furnace','Bucket of wax']
                      id_array = [ name_to_id[name] for name in items]
                      
                      file_name = "database.json"
                      with open(file_name, 'r') as f:
                          document =  json.loads(f.read())
                      
                      name_to_id = {item["name"]:item["id"] for item in document}
                      
                      items = ['Cannonball', 'Cannon furnace','Bucket of wax']
                      id_array = [ name_to_id[name] for name in items]
                      

                      How to only output the calculations done in the code into a csv file python?

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                      from os import sep
                      import pandas as pd
                      
                      #reading the csv file as dataframe
                      df= pd.read_csv('DAQ4.csv',delimiter=';',header=None)
                      
                      df['furnace_power'] = df['furnace_power'].apply(lambda x: x*x*0.52)
                      df['heat_pump_power'] = df['furnace_power'].apply(lambda x: x*230*0.62)
                      
                      #saving the dataframe as csv file
                      df.to_csv('out_file.csv', sep=';', index=False)
                      
                      df = pd.read_csv('DAQ4.csv')
                      df2 = pd.DataFrame()
                      
                      df2['furnace_power'] = df['furnace_voltage']*df['furnace_current']*0.52         #calculating the furnace power
                      df2['heat_pump_power'] = (df['pump_current']*230)*0.62   
                      
                      df2.to_csv('DAQsol.csv')
                      
                      df['furnace_power'] = df['furnace_voltage']*df['furnace_current']*0.52         #calculating the furnace power
                      df['heat_pump_power'] = (df['pump_current']*230)*0.62
                      
                      df.drop(columns=['unwanted_column_1', 'unwanted_column_two'])
                      
                      df['furnace_power'] = df['furnace_voltage']*df['furnace_current']*0.52         #calculating the furnace power
                      df['heat_pump_power'] = (df['pump_current']*230)*0.62
                      
                      df.drop(columns=['unwanted_column_1', 'unwanted_column_two'])
                      

                      Stored Procedure to take date range from one table and use the results in WHERE clause in another table

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                      CREATE PROCEDURE sp_EAF_HEAT_COUNT(@START_DT  date, @END_DT date)    
                      AS
                      BEGIN
                         INSERT 
                           INTO DASH.EAFA_HEAT_COUNT 
                                (START_DT
                                , END_DT
                                , FURNACE
                                , NUM_HEATS
                                ) 
                        SELECT MAX(b.START_DT)
                             , MAX(b.END_DT)
                             , COUNT(distinct HEAT_ID) as NUM_HEATS
                          FROM [SSABDB].[L2].[EAF_HEAT] a
                          JOIN dbo.EAFA_T b
                            ON a.START_DT > b.START_DT 
                           AND a.END_DT < b.END_DT            
                         WHERE a.PROCESS_UNIT = 'EAFA'
                      GROUP BY concat(convert(varchar(12),b.START_DT,101),'_',convert(varchar(12),b.END_DT,101))
                      
                      END
                      
                      CREATE PROCEDURE sp_EAF_HEAT_COUNT(@START_DT  DATETIME, @END_DT DATETIME)
                        
                      AS
                      BEGIN
                      
                      --Finding Count 
                      DECLARE @CNT_HEADID = (SELECT 
                        SELECT Count(distinct HEAT_ID) as NUM_HEATS
                        FROM [SSABDB].[L2].[EAF_HEAT] where PROCESS_UNIT = 'EAFA'
                      AND  START_DT > @START_DT and END_DT < @END_DT)
                         
                      -- Inserting the Count
                         INSERT INTO DASH.EAFA_HEAT_COUNT (START_DT, END_DT, FURNACE, NUM_HEATS) VALUES (@START_DT, @END_DT, 'A', @CNT_HEADID)
                      END
                      
                      SET ANSI_NULLS ON
                      GO
                      
                      SET QUOTED_IDENTIFIER ON
                      GO
                      
                      
                      
                      CREATE PROCEDURE [dbo].[spEAFA_HEAT_COUNT]
                       
                      AS
                      BEGIN
                      
                      DECLARE 
                             @START_DT datetime
                             ,@END_DT datetime
                             ,@CNT_HEATS INT
                      
                      
                      DECLARE tblCursor CURSOR FOR   
                             SELECT 
                                     START_DT , END_DT
                             FROM 
                                    dbo.EAFA_T
                            
                             ORDER BY 
                                    END_DT
                        
                      OPEN tblCursor  
                        
                      FETCH NEXT FROM tblCursor   
                      INTO @START_DT, @END_DT 
                        
                      WHILE @@FETCH_STATUS = 0  
                      BEGIN  
                      select @CNT_HEATS = Count(distinct HEAT_ID)
                        FROM [DATABASENAME].[SCHEMANAME].[TABLENAME] where PROCESS_UNIT = 'EAFA'
                      AND  START_DT > @START_DT and END_DT < @END_DT
                       
                      INSERT INTO Dashboard.EAFA_HEAT_COUNT (START_DT, END_DT, FURNACE, NUM_HEATS) VALUES (@START_DT, @END_DT, 'A', @CNT_HEATS)
                       
                          FETCH NEXT FROM tblCursor   
                          INTO @START_DT, @END_DT 
                      END  
                      
                      
                      CLOSE tblCursor;  
                      DEALLOCATE tblCursor;  
                      
                      
                      END
                      GO
                      

                      How to compose custom hooks that depend on react query calls

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                      const usePropertyTotalMonthlyCapex = (propertyId) => {
                      
                          const [preferences, preferencesIsLoading, preferencesIsError, preferencesError] = useGetUserPreferences()
                          const [expenses, isLoading, isError, error] = useGetExpenses(propertyId)
                      
                          const [capex, setCapex] = useState(0)
                      
                          useLayoutEffect(() => {
                              if (preferences && expenses) {
                                  if (expenses.length === 0) {
                                      setCapex(0)
                                  } else {
                                      const { outlookLength } = preferences
                                      const expenseValues = expenses?.map(expense => {
                                          const { lifespan, age, replacementCost } = expense
                                          if (lifespan - age > outlookLength) {
                                              return 0
                                          }
                      
                                          return replacementCost / ((lifespan - age) * 12)
                                      })
                      
                                      setCapex(expenseValues.reduce((acc, init) => acc + init).toFixed(0))
                                  }
                              }
                          }, [preferences, expenses])
                      
                          return [capex, preferencesIsLoading && isLoading]
                      }
                      
                      const computeCapex = (preferences, expenses) => {
                        if (preferences && expenses) {
                          if (expenses.length === 0) {
                              return 0
                          } else {
                              const { outlookLength } = preferences
                              const expenseValues = expenses?.map(expense => {
                                  const { lifespan, age, replacementCost } = expense
                                  if (lifespan - age > outlookLength) {
                                      return 0
                                  }
                      
                                  return replacementCost / ((lifespan - age) * 12)
                              })
                      
                              return expenseValues.reduce((acc, init) => acc + init).toFixed(0))
                          }
                        }
                      }
                      
                      const usePropertyTotalMonthlyCapex = (propertyId) => {
                      
                          const [preferences, preferencesIsLoading, preferencesIsError, preferencesError] = useGetUserPreferences()
                          const [expenses, isLoading, isError, error] = useGetExpenses(propertyId)
                      
                          const capex = computeCapex(preferences, expenses)
                      
                          return [capex, preferencesIsLoading && isLoading]
                      }
                      
                      
                      const usePropertyTotalMonthlyCapex = (propertyId) => {
                      
                          const [preferences, preferencesIsLoading, preferencesIsError, preferencesError] = useGetUserPreferences()
                          const [expenses, isLoading, isError, error] = useGetExpenses(propertyId)
                      
                          const capex = React.useMemo(
                            () => computeCapex(preferences, expenses),
                            [preferences, expenses]
                          )
                      
                          return [capex, preferencesIsLoading && isLoading]
                      }
                      
                      
                      const computeCapex = (preferences, expenses) => {
                        if (preferences && expenses) {
                          if (expenses.length === 0) {
                              return 0
                          } else {
                              const { outlookLength } = preferences
                              const expenseValues = expenses?.map(expense => {
                                  const { lifespan, age, replacementCost } = expense
                                  if (lifespan - age > outlookLength) {
                                      return 0
                                  }
                      
                                  return replacementCost / ((lifespan - age) * 12)
                              })
                      
                              return expenseValues.reduce((acc, init) => acc + init).toFixed(0))
                          }
                        }
                      }
                      
                      const usePropertyTotalMonthlyCapex = (propertyId) => {
                      
                          const [preferences, preferencesIsLoading, preferencesIsError, preferencesError] = useGetUserPreferences()
                          const [expenses, isLoading, isError, error] = useGetExpenses(propertyId)
                      
                          const capex = computeCapex(preferences, expenses)
                      
                          return [capex, preferencesIsLoading && isLoading]
                      }
                      
                      
                      const usePropertyTotalMonthlyCapex = (propertyId) => {
                      
                          const [preferences, preferencesIsLoading, preferencesIsError, preferencesError] = useGetUserPreferences()
                          const [expenses, isLoading, isError, error] = useGetExpenses(propertyId)
                      
                          const capex = React.useMemo(
                            () => computeCapex(preferences, expenses),
                            [preferences, expenses]
                          )
                      
                          return [capex, preferencesIsLoading && isLoading]
                      }
                      
                      

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                      QUESTION

                      werkzeug.exceptions.BadRequestKeyError with forms with only buttons

                      Asked 2022-Mar-12 at 18:51

                      I am trying to make my job easier by making a flask app that logs good parts, bad parts (with scrap codes), missing parts and time variables.

                      I have multiple "buttons" on a page that holds the log. I am currently trying to get the page to reload with current button states and store a timestamp (in the python script) when each specific button is pressed.

                      i.e. I click the start button, the page reloads with all checkmarks and button states in tact and stores a startTime stamp in the script for later use then disables the start button. If I click the pause button the page reloads with all data and state disabling the pause button and disabling the stop button until the pause button is clicked again (storing timestamps in script). If I click the stop button the results page will load showing all the totals in a formatted manner.

                      I have searched, reached out, debugged, used developer tools. One minute it works, the next it crashes. Currently, the home page will load and the start button works and disables. When I click stop, it crashes.

                      Traceback (most recent call last)
                      File "\dev\furnace-log\__init__.py", line 115, in home
                      if request.method == 'POST' and request.form['startTime'] == 'Start':
                      File "\dev\furnace-log\venv\Lib\site-packages\werkzeug\datastructures.py", line 377, in __getitem__
                      raise exceptions.BadRequestKeyError(key)
                      werkzeug.exceptions.BadRequestKeyError: 400 Bad Request: The browser (or proxy) sent a request that this server could not understand.
                      KeyError: 'startTime'
                      

                      This is the code for the buttons and forms. Note that some of the "if" statements for jinja are removed in the form.

                      <form method="post">
                                {% if startBtnClicked == 1 %}
                                  <input class="btn btn-success" href="{{url_for('home')}}" type="submit" name="startTime" value="Start" disabled>
                                {% else %}
                                  <input class="btn btn-success" href="{{url_for('home')}}" type="submit" name="startTime" value="Start">
                                {% endif %}
                                <input class="btn btn-warning" href="{{url_for('home')}}" type="submit" name="pauseTime" value="Pause">
                                <input class="btn btn-danger" href="{{url_for('home')}}" type="submit" name="stopTime" value="Stop">
                              </form>
                      

                      This is the code for the home route. I had it printing to console any data per if branch for reference.

                      @app.route('/home', methods=['GET', 'POST'])
                      def home():
                          form = LogNavButtons(request.form)
                          # When Start is clicked the time is stored to DB after checking if Start has already been clicked
                          if request.method == 'POST' and request.form['startTime'] == 'Start':
                              # check if any bool is true or false
                              if LogNavButtons.startActive == 0:
                                  # get the time the furncase started logging and set startActive to true(1)
                                  tm = time.time()
                                  LogNavButtons.startActive = 1
                                  flash('Now logging time and labels...', 'success')
                                  print(tm, LogNavButtons.startActive,
                                        LogNavButtons.stopActive, LogNavButtons.pauseActive)
                                  # disable start button (show/inactive)
                                  # set Stop and Pause to false (show/active)
                                  return redirect(url_for('home'))
                          # check to see if the Pause button was pressed
                          elif request.method == 'POST' and request.form['pauseTime'] == 'Pause':
                              if LogNavButtons.pauseActive == 0:
                                  tm = time.time()
                                  print(tm, LogNavButtons.startActive,
                                        LogNavButtons.stopActive, LogNavButtons.pauseActive)
                                  LogNavButtons.pauseActive = 1
                              return redirect(url_for('home'))
                          # check to see if the Stop button has been pressed
                          elif request.method == 'POST' and request.form['endTime'] == 'Stop':
                              if LogNavButtons.stopActive == 0:
                                  tm = time.time()
                                  print(tm, LogNavButtons.startActive,
                                        LogNavButtons.stopActive, LogNavButtons.pauseActive)
                                  LogNavButtons.stopActive = 1
                                  flash('All logging and counts have stopped...', 'danger')
                                  print(tm, LogNavButtons.startActive,
                                        LogNavButtons.stopActive, LogNavButtons.pauseActive)
                              return redirect(url_for('home'))
                          # if not, all else
                          else:
                              return render_template('home.html', title='Furnace Log', form=form)
                      

                      I do not have enough cred to link in an image with markdown, but here is a link to the image of the home route when loaded properly. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1eCC_q_xJjGMObYVI_tJq6UJOePHCYgtj/view?usp=sharing

                      I appreciate your time, patience and instruction.

                      ANSWER

                      Answered 2022-Mar-12 at 18:51

                      The stack trace points the way. The question is why 'startTime' isn't in the request. The answer is that buttons aren't form fields. If you clicked the 'stopTime' button, 'startTime' won't get sent as part of the post.

                      One way forward is to note that request.form is a kind of dict, and change

                      if request.method == 'POST' and request.form['startTime'] == 'Start':
                      

                      to

                      if request.method == 'POST' and request.form.get('startTime', '') == 'Start':
                      

                      Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71449867

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