kandi X-RAY | JID Summary
kandi X-RAY | JID Summary
Incremental Deserialization for JActor
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Get the value as an Object
- Returns the value associated with this key
- Read an array of bytes
- Resolves a JID or null
- Returns the selected element
- Initializes the actor
- Create a new actor instance
- Removes all entries
- Serialize the persistent data
- Loads the serialized data
- Serializes the persistent data
- Loads the serialized bytes
- Serialize the value
- Sets the serialized element
- Serialize the array
- Sets the value
- Loads the serialized object
- Resolves a JID pathname
- Create a new actor
- Create a new instance of a new actor
- Create a new instance of an actor
- Resolve a JID pathname
- Creates a new actor instance
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I was trying to generate all possible combinations from the letters of strings in a list.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-12 at 10:46
lst = ['jkl', 'ghi', 'def'] import itertools list(map("".join, itertools.product(*lst))) # result: ['jgd', 'jge', 'jgf', 'jhd', 'jhe', 'jhf', 'jid', 'jie', 'jif', 'kgd', 'kge', 'kgf', 'khd', 'khe', 'khf', 'kid', 'kie', 'kif', 'lgd', 'lge', 'lgf', 'lhd', 'lhe', 'lhf', 'lid', 'lie', 'lif']
I'm trying to create a Chat application to enhance my portfolio. For it I'm using xmpp as my messaging server. So, I'm running ejabberd on kubernetes with the following configuration...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-01 at 13:22
I know almost nothing about kubernetes and node.js, but I have experience in ejabberd and docker, so maybe I can give some useful hint:
Looking at the configuration you showed, and assuming you use the default ejabberd config from https://github.com/processone/docker-ejabberd/blob/master/ecs/conf/ejabberd.yml#L38
In that configuration file it says that:
- port 5222 is used for XMPP C2S connections
- 5280 for HTTP connections
- and 5443 is used for HTTPS, including WebSocket, BOSH, web admin...
In your case, if your client uses WebSocket to connect to ejabberd, you should open the 5443 port in kubernetes and tell your client to use an URL like "wss://ejabberd-srv:5443/ws",
After upgrading to android 12, the application is not compiling. It shows
"Manifest merger failed with multiple errors, see logs"
Error showing in Merged manifest:
Merging Errors: Error: android:exported needs to be explicitly specified for . Apps targeting Android 12 and higher are required to specify an explicit value for
android:exportedwhen the corresponding component has an intent filter defined. See https://developer.android.com/guide/topics/manifest/activity-element#exported for details. main manifest (this file)
I have set all the activity with
android:exported="false". But it is still showing this issue.
My manifest file:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-04 at 09:18
I'm not sure what you're using to code, but in order to set it in Android Studio, open the manifest of your project and under the "activity" section, put android:exported="true"(or false if that is what you prefer). I have attached an example.
Hello i developed BackgroundService which is to monitor Oracle Database and when new records inserted into source table, copy records into SQL Server Database. But after sometime (sometimes 1 days, sometimes 2 days). My service has stopped working. Error says: "A Task was cancelled". I don't understand why my code has stopped working suddenly.
Note: my application hosting on IIS (Windows Server 2012)
- I want to run my application endlessly.
Here's my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 11:39
my application hosting on IIS (Windows Server 2012)
I want to run my application endlessly.
BackgroundService hosted in ASP.NET in IIS will run as long as your ASP.NET application runs. That's it. Since ASP.NET/IIS will restart periodically, your
BackgroundService will be periodically shut down (and restarted). Neither ASP.NET nor IIS were designed for long-lived background processes; they were designed for HTTP services. In the general case (i.e., cloud providers), your app may actually be shut down until the next HTTP request comes in.
If this is not acceptable, then ASP.NET/IIS is not the correct host for your needs. You can use a Win32 Service host instead of ASP.NET/IIS by creating a new project with the Worker Service template, adding a Win32 Service lifetime, and hosting the same
BackgroundService in that application instead of in your ASP.NET app.
Is the following nested structure discoverable by
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-09 at 13:27
This can't work - functions defined inside another function ("inner functions") only "exist" as variables inside the outer function's local scope. They're not accessible to any other code. The unittest discovery won't find them, and couldn't call them even if it knew about them.
I have a 3 node ubuntu 20.04 lts - kvm - kubernetes cluster, and the kvm-host is also ubuntu 20.04 lts. I ran the playbooks on the kvm-host. I have the following inventory extract:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-12 at 00:21
You get an undefined error for your job id because:
- You use
poll: Xon your initial task, so ansible connects every X seconds to check if the task is finished
- When ansible exists that task and enters your next
async_statustask, the job is done. And since you used a non-zero value to
pollthe async status cache is automatically cleared.
- since the cache was cleared, the job id does not exist anymore.
Your above scenario is meant to be used to avoid timeouts with your target on long running tasks, not to run tasks concurrently and have a later checkpoint on their status. For this second requirement, you need to run the async task with
poll: 0 and clean-up the cache by yourself
See the documentation for more explanation on the above concepts:
I made an example with your above task and fixed it to use the dedicated module
apt (note that you could add a
name option to the module with one or a list of packages and ansible would do both the cache update and install in a single step). Also,
retries * delay on the async_status task should be equal or greater than
async on the initial task if you want to make sure that you won't miss the end.
My ansible-playbook is running some long running task with async tag and also utilizes "creates:" condition, so it is run only once on the server. When I was writing the playbook yesterday, I am pretty sure, the task was skipped when the log set in "creates:" tag existed.
It shows changed now though, everytime I run it.
I am confused as I do not think I did change anything and I'd like to set up my registered varaible correctly as unchanged, when the condition is true.
Output of ansible-play (debug section shows the task is changed: true):...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-03 at 10:00
Q: "The module shell shows changed every time I run it"
A: In async mode the task can't be skipped immediately. First, the module shell must find out whether the file /opt/assure1/logs/SetupWizard.log exists at the remote host or not. Then, if the file exists the module will decide to skip the execution of the command. But, you run the task asynchronously. In this case, Ansible starts the module and returns without waiting for the module to complete. That's what the registered variable Assure1InstallWait says. The task started but didn't finish yet.
I created a role to set up our new servers but am running into one issue. The play triggers a Python script. This script submits information about the server to our API. The script eventually triggers a job from the API, and the server is rebooted by this job. The play does not end until the Python script completes. However, Ansible loses connection during the reboot, because the play itself didn't initiate the reboot, and the playbook fails. I have already tried the following....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-14 at 18:55
wait_for instead of
wait_for_connection. It is run locally:
I will first show all the necessary code for the for each in question (which is inside another for each that is currently working)
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Oct-05 at 05:35
You will have to do it like this:
Intent sendIntent = new Intent("android.intent.action.MAIN"); sendIntent.setAction(Intent.ACTION_SEND); sendIntent.setType("text/plain"); sendIntent.putExtra(Intent.EXTRA_TEXT, "This is my text to send."); sendIntent.putExtra("jid", "91123456798" + "@s.whatsapp.net"); sendIntent.setPackage("com.whatsapp"); startActivity(sendIntent);
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-20 at 12:10
You cannot get the phone number from the QR since the value after
../qr/ is decoded by WhatsApp.
If you only want to open the WhatsApp application (that will later ask you to add the contact), once you have the qr code link
https://wa.me/qr/YOUR_CODE you can just open the url using a normal intent. The code below should do the work and you will see a dialog prompting to chose between a browser or Whatsapp if it is installed:
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You can use JID 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 JID 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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