kandi X-RAY | session Summary
kandi X-RAY | session Summary
轻量的分布式会话组件(A Lightweight Distributed Session Component)
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Update session cookie
- Returns snapshot of session attributes
- Delete session by id
- Execute a redis operation
- Initializes the filter
- Init basic attributes
- Read properties from classpath
- Persist session to session store
- Load session by id
- Initializes the serializer
- Initialize the session id generator
- Returns an enumeration of the names of the attributes stored in this session
- Returns the names of all the values stored in this session
- Expire a session
- Generate a unique identifier for the client
- Get request full url
session Key Features
session Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on session
In a python3 command line session, once I start
plt.show(). I can not type any further python3 commands. Is there a way to make
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 22:11
use plt.ion() before plt.show()
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 00:14
My advice would be: don't try this in a playground. Playgrounds aren't ready for this stuff yet. Your code compiles and runs fine in a real project. Here's an example:
I'm working on a Chrome extension that integrates with a website. My users can do actions on this website when they are logged in to it.
I have a Socket.IO server that delivers commands to my Chrome extension. Once a command arrived, the extension invokes a local function from the host website. Then, the host website, which has an authenticated active session with its own API, will invoke some update/insert call.
I recently realized a potential security issue, which is - if anyone spoofs my server address on my extension clients organization, he can easily abuse it to send his own parameters on behalf of my server (image 2).
Is there any smart way to ensure my client communicates with the real server and not an imposter?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 16:49
Use HTTPS secured connection.
This is one of the features of HTTPS (SSL/TLS) - it can prevent a MITM attack and prevent the destination server from being impersonated.
I am using express-session and express-mysql-session in my app to generate sessions and store them in mysql database. Sessions are stored in a table called sessions....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 15:52
The value that's stored on the client-side cookie consists of two parts:
- The actual session ID (
fiNdSdb2_K6qUB_j3OAqhGLEXdWpZkK4in your example)
- A server-generated HMAC signature of the session ID
eKUawMNIv7ZtXSweWyIEpfAUnfRd6/rPWr+PsjuGCVQ. This is to ensure session ID integrity and does not need to be stored in the database. It's generated on the server-side by
node-cookie-signaturepackage internally) and using the passed
So the second part of the cookie name (after the dot) is used by
express-session to verify the first part and is stripped away afterward.
I run a loop and append data into a list. I failed to convert the list to a data frame in the loop and only able to fix that in a later step and turn every 3 columns into a new row. I was wondering if I can transform a list into a data frame during the loop session....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 15:38
Consider building a list of data frames then
rbind once outside the loop:
I wish to move a large set of files from an AWS S3 bucket in one AWS account (source), having systematic filenames following this pattern:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 15:28
You can use
sort -V command to consider the proper versioning of files and then invoke copy command on each file one by one or a list of files at a time.
ls | sort -V
If you're on a GNU system, you can also use
ls -v. This won't work in MacOS.
Weird case happening here. I am trying to insert some keys in a username and password input field. It was working just fine and suddenly it did stop.
Just to make thing clear for everyone. Once I click on login button, I get redirected to the login page where I have my username and password input fields. and their divs are as follow.
in my selenium code I target the username and password element by their name....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 15:02
I think you need
try this :
I am in the process of learning SQLAlchemy and I am stuck on the below filter as it returns nothing for some reason....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 14:45
I am not sure but perhaps you need a str method in your model. Can you add something like
So I was really ripping my hair out why two different sessions of R with the same data were producing wildly different times to complete the same task.
After a lot of restarting R, cleaning out all my variables, and really running a clean R, I found the issue: the new data structure provided by
readr is, for some reason, super sluggish on my script. Of course the easiest thing to solve this is to convert your data into a tibble as soon as you load it in. Or is there some other explanation, like poor coding praxis in my functions that can explain the sluggish behavior? Or, is this a bug with recent updates of these packages? If so and if someone is more experienced with reporting bugs to tidyverse, then here is a
repex showing the behavior cause I feel that this is out of my ballpark.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 14:37
This is the issue I had in mind. These problems have been known to happen with vroom, rather than with the
spec_tbl_df class, which does not really do much.
vroom does all sorts of things to try and speed reading up; AFAIK mostly by lazy reading. That's how you get all those different components when comparing the two datasets.
I am looking for a way to somehow store the text entered into the textfield created in FXML file by Scenebuilder for the entire session.
Ex:User Logs in to the application and then enter the Text to textfield to search for the data. I want to make it like when we place the mouse in the Text Field it shows the search executed in this session.
I looked for tutorials ,I couldn't find. Can anyone guide me to the tutorial link if it's there....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 14:03
It looks like what you need is an editable ComboBox. Every time a search is executed, add the value in the ComboBox to the list in the ComboBox:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use session 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 session 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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