kandi X-RAY | tensorflow-serve-client Summary
kandi X-RAY | tensorflow-serve-client Summary
Google TensorFlow is a popular Machine Learning toolkit, which includes TF Serving which can serve the saved ML models via a Docker image that exposes RESTful and gRPC API. Here is a introduction of gRPC. The TF Serving's gRPC APIs are defined inside protobuf files (for example model serving, among others), and provide slightly more functionalities than the RESTful API. With these .proto files, you can generate the necessary client source code for various languages, and integrate the model serving function into your own application. For people who just want a Java client library to use, you can simply download the jar file under lib/ and use it. If you want to build it yourself, to use more recent .proto releases or for other reasons, then read on ...
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- Returns a unique hashcode of the descriptor
- Returns a hashCode representing the attributes of this object
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- Returns the string representation of the node identity
- Gets the timeline label
- Writes the Tensor
- Return the size of this tensor
- Compares two NodeExecStats objects
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- Returns the size of the compressed output stream
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- Computes the size of the serialized output
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I am currently trying to create a web service application using Visual Studio 2022 ASP.NET Webforms application with a service reference. The goal is to take in information and store it as a text file on the local machine within the project folder so it is accessible by the web service on my local server.
I have successfully created the text files and can access them on my local machine, but when I navigate to the text file on my local server tree I get an HTTP Error 404.0 which is shown below. I need any user who accesses my server to be able to access the saved text files. I have tried to change security privileges on the folder and in my
web.config file, but have not had any luck. I would appreciate any suggestions someone may have.
Here is my code for where I save the information as a text file....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-03 at 20:04
Ok, so you have to keep in mind how file mapping works with IIS.
Your code behind:
that is plane jane .net code. For the most part, any code, any file operations using full qualified windows path names. It like writing desktop software. For the most part, that means code behind can grab/use/look at any file on your computer.
However, in practice when you use a full blown web server running ISS (which you not really doing during development with VS and IIS express)? Often, for reasons of security, then ONLY files in the wwwroot folder is given permissions to the web server.
However, you working on your development computer - you are in a effect a super user, and you (and more important) your code thus as a result can read/write and grab and use ANY file on your computer.
So, keep above VERY clear in your mind:
Code behind = plane jane windows file operations.
Then we have requests from the web side of things (from a web page, or a URL you type into the web browser.
In that case, files are ONLY EVER mapped to the root of your project, and then sub folders.
So, you could up-load a file, and then with code behind save the file to ANY location on your computer.
However, web based file (urls) are ONLY ever mapped though the web site.
So, in effect, you have to consider your VS web project the root folder. And if you published to a real web server, that would be the case.
So, if you have the project folder, you can add a sub folder to that project.
Say, we add a folder called UpLoadFiles. (and make sure you use VS to add that folder). So we right click on the project and choose add->
So, you right click on the base project and add, like this:
So, that will simple create a sub folder in your project, you see it like this:
So, the folder MUST be in the root, or at the very least start in the root or base folder your project is.
So, for above, then with UpLoadFiles, then any WEB based path name (url) will be this:
I'm attempting to consume a SOAP Webservice using a WCF Web Service Reference.
I have been able to successfully consume the SOAP web service in a .NET 4.8 framework project using the System.Web.Servicees Web Service Reference. However I need to consume the web service in a .NET Core project. The WCF generated class from the WSDL is different than the .NET framework web service. It seems like you now have to use the generated WebServiceClient to interact with the web service.
I believe the web service requires basic authentication as I was able to authenticate using basic authentication in the .NET framework project.
Here is the error message I'm getting when I try to execute one of the web service's methods....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-10 at 07:30
Did you set secure transfer mode? similar to this: Basic Authentication in WCF client.
I have the following controller class for my web service. I am trying to add authentication to it using SoapHeader. The system is using .NET 4.0. My code looks like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-09 at 01:34
NOTE: I used your code no change at all in the flow of the application. Run the code in your local machine. click on the web method, copy the url and paste it in postman.
I tried creating the service based on you code and it is working fine in postman below is the screenshot and the code
try passing the below xml request to the body as shown in the diagram in postman. Also, please make sure Content-Type is set to text/XML in Header Section in Postman.
I have two backend web servers, and i need to monitor them using httpcheck by checking the URL and looking for a string to be present in the response of the request. if the string is not available switch the backend to another server.
- Server1 - Active
- Server2 - Backup
- Health Check Method : HTTP
- HTTP Check Method : GET
- Url used by http check requests:
- Http check version : HTTP/1.0\r\nAccept:\ XS01
Result of the http Request is...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-02 at 18:12
This can be done under Advanced Settings--> Backend Pass thru using the expect string,
http-check expect string XS01
I am trying to post an attachement to JIRA but getting a 404 http error .
I did post some comments before and it's working fine.
MY Code below...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-01 at 14:56
I think you get a 404 cos the url is not correctly formed...
The url for the POST should look like
When I use simplexml_load_file from a webservice, it returns...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-19 at 11:32
Since the XML you want seem to be stored as htmlentities, your first
simplexml_load_string() won't read it as XML. If you take that string and run that through
simplexml_load_string() as well then you'll get it as XML:
I am trying to take an XML string returned from a call to CEBroker WebServices such as:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-19 at 03:27
If I understand your question correctly, try the following, which assumes a response with two licensees:
One of the API calling from outside company to our use the parameter name "ref". They asking us to create the web api which accept this parameter. We are writing in C# Web Api and "ref" is a keyword and wont able to do that. Any work around?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-22 at 13:36
You can accept
ref as a parameter using
@ symbol in front of your field:
I have implemented a rest Query as shown below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-20 at 21:47
If you want
queryParameters.get(assignee.name); to return a list, you can include the parameter more than once in the URL
Or you can continue to have a single parameter (
list?assignee.name=name1,name2) and split on
,, but you have to write the code to do that, and consider what to do when one of your names has a
, character in it.
I am calling an XML webservice. I am using the following function:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-10 at 16:44
ProcessShipmentAsync method is decorated with a
FaultContractAttribute, which specifies the type of the error details, here :
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You can use tensorflow-serve-client 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 tensorflow-serve-client 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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