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 by   olacabs Java Version: 1.2 License: Non-SPDX

 by   olacabs Java Version: 1.2 License: Non-SPDX

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kandi X-RAY | jackhammer Summary

jackhammer is a Java library typically used in Testing, Security Testing applications. jackhammer has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available and it has low support. However jackhammer has a Non-SPDX License. You can download it from GitHub.
Jackhammer is a collaboration tool built with an aim of bridging the gap between Security team vs dev team, QA team and being a facilitator for TPM to understand and track the quality of the code going into production. It could do static code analysis and dynamic analysis with inbuilt vulnerability management capability. It finds security vulnerabilities in the target applications and it helps security teams to manage the chaos in this new age of continuous integration and continuous/multiple deployments. It completely works on RBAC (Role Based Access Control). There are cool dashboards for individual scans and team scans giving ample flexibility to collaborate with different teams. It is totally built on pluggable architecture which can be integrated with any open source/commercial tool. Jackhammer uses the OWASP pipeline project to run multiple open source and commercial tools against your code,web app, mobile app, cms (wordpress), network.
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  • jackhammer has a low active ecosystem.
  • It has 645 star(s) with 155 fork(s). There are 59 watchers for this library.
  • It had no major release in the last 12 months.
  • There are 71 open issues and 23 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 7 days. There are 2 open pull requests and 0 closed requests.
  • It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
  • The latest version of jackhammer is 1.2
jackhammer Support
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jackhammer Support
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  • jackhammer has 0 bugs and 0 code smells.
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jackhammer Quality
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  • jackhammer has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.
  • jackhammer code analysis shows 0 unresolved vulnerabilities.
  • There are 0 security hotspots that need review.
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jackhammer Security
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  • jackhammer has a Non-SPDX License.
  • Non-SPDX licenses can be open source with a non SPDX compliant license, or non open source licenses, and you need to review them closely before use.
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jackhammer License
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  • jackhammer releases are available to install and integrate.
  • Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
  • Installation instructions, examples and code snippets are available.
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Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA

kandi has reviewed jackhammer and discovered the below as its top functions. This is intended to give you an instant insight into jackhammer implemented functionality, and help decide if they suit your requirements.

  • Binds handlers .
  • Get the issue body .
  • Gets the corporate dashboard .
  • Returns the handler instance for the given handle enum .
  • Get the data service for the specified handler .
  • Gets the filter query .
  • Gets all records .
  • Returns the response builder for the given handler .
  • Gets the list of github groups .
  • Send alert email

jackhammer Key Features

Jackhammer - One Security vulnerability assessment/management tool to solve all the security team problems.

Quick Start and Installation

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 git clone https://github.com/olacabs/jackhammer
 sh ./docker-build.sh

Restarting Jackhammer

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docker-compose stop
docker-compose rm
docker-compose up -d

How to replace nth element of a Seq with another Seq element?

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  final case class Utilities(item_name: String, ref_id: Int, item_type: String, sale_status: String, status: String)
  val utils: Seq[Utilities] = {
    Seq(
      Utilities("jackhammer", 24, "Industrial item", "For sale", "Available"),
      Utilities("axe", 19, "Home item", "For sale", "Available"),
      Utilities("pick", 39, "Garage item", "For sale", "Not Available")
    )
  }

  final case class NewAttributes(r_id: Int, status: String)
  val newAttr: Seq[NewAttributes] = {
    Seq(
      NewAttributes(1, "For sale"),
      NewAttributes(3, "Not for sale"),
      NewAttributes(18, "Discontinued")
    )
  }

  utils.zip(newAttr).map{ case(utility, newAttribute) =>
      utility.copy(sale_status = newAttribute.status)
  }
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def findStatus(id: Int): Option[String] = 
  newAttr.find(_.r_id == id).map(_.status)
val mappedUtils = for(u <- utils)
  yield u.copy(sale_status = findStatus(u.ref_id).getOrElse(sys.error(s"No such id ${u.ref_id}")))
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def findStatus(id: Int): Option[String] = 
  newAttr.find(_.r_id == id).map(_.status)
val mappedUtils = for(u <- utils)
  yield u.copy(sale_status = findStatus(u.ref_id).getOrElse(sys.error(s"No such id ${u.ref_id}")))
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val zippedNewAttr = newAttr.zipWithIndex.map(_.swap).toMap
val result = for(x <- utils.zipWithIndex; y = zippedNewAttr(x._2))yield Utilities(x._1.item_name, x._1.ref_id, x._1.item_name, y.status, x._1.status)
  (NewAttributes(1, "For sale"),1)
  (NewAttributes(3, "Not for sale"),2)
  (NewAttributes(18, "Discontinued"),3)
  (1 -> NewAttributes(1, "For sale"))
  (2 -> NewAttributes(3, "Not for sale"))
  (3 -> NewAttributes(18, "Discontinued"))
val utilsIterator = utils.iterator
val newAttrIterator = newAttr.iterator

val result = ArrayBuffer.empty[Utilities]
while(utilsIterator.hasNext && newAttrIterator.hasNext){
  val utils = utilsIterator.next()
  val newAttr = newAttrIterator.next()
  result.append(Utilities(utils.item_name, utils.ref_id, utils.item_type, newAttr.status, utils.status))
}
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val zippedNewAttr = newAttr.zipWithIndex.map(_.swap).toMap
val result = for(x <- utils.zipWithIndex; y = zippedNewAttr(x._2))yield Utilities(x._1.item_name, x._1.ref_id, x._1.item_name, y.status, x._1.status)
  (NewAttributes(1, "For sale"),1)
  (NewAttributes(3, "Not for sale"),2)
  (NewAttributes(18, "Discontinued"),3)
  (1 -> NewAttributes(1, "For sale"))
  (2 -> NewAttributes(3, "Not for sale"))
  (3 -> NewAttributes(18, "Discontinued"))
val utilsIterator = utils.iterator
val newAttrIterator = newAttr.iterator

val result = ArrayBuffer.empty[Utilities]
while(utilsIterator.hasNext && newAttrIterator.hasNext){
  val utils = utilsIterator.next()
  val newAttr = newAttrIterator.next()
  result.append(Utilities(utils.item_name, utils.ref_id, utils.item_type, newAttr.status, utils.status))
}
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val zippedNewAttr = newAttr.zipWithIndex.map(_.swap).toMap
val result = for(x <- utils.zipWithIndex; y = zippedNewAttr(x._2))yield Utilities(x._1.item_name, x._1.ref_id, x._1.item_name, y.status, x._1.status)
  (NewAttributes(1, "For sale"),1)
  (NewAttributes(3, "Not for sale"),2)
  (NewAttributes(18, "Discontinued"),3)
  (1 -> NewAttributes(1, "For sale"))
  (2 -> NewAttributes(3, "Not for sale"))
  (3 -> NewAttributes(18, "Discontinued"))
val utilsIterator = utils.iterator
val newAttrIterator = newAttr.iterator

val result = ArrayBuffer.empty[Utilities]
while(utilsIterator.hasNext && newAttrIterator.hasNext){
  val utils = utilsIterator.next()
  val newAttr = newAttrIterator.next()
  result.append(Utilities(utils.item_name, utils.ref_id, utils.item_type, newAttr.status, utils.status))
}
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val zippedNewAttr = newAttr.zipWithIndex.map(_.swap).toMap
val result = for(x <- utils.zipWithIndex; y = zippedNewAttr(x._2))yield Utilities(x._1.item_name, x._1.ref_id, x._1.item_name, y.status, x._1.status)
  (NewAttributes(1, "For sale"),1)
  (NewAttributes(3, "Not for sale"),2)
  (NewAttributes(18, "Discontinued"),3)
  (1 -> NewAttributes(1, "For sale"))
  (2 -> NewAttributes(3, "Not for sale"))
  (3 -> NewAttributes(18, "Discontinued"))
val utilsIterator = utils.iterator
val newAttrIterator = newAttr.iterator

val result = ArrayBuffer.empty[Utilities]
while(utilsIterator.hasNext && newAttrIterator.hasNext){
  val utils = utilsIterator.next()
  val newAttr = newAttrIterator.next()
  result.append(Utilities(utils.item_name, utils.ref_id, utils.item_type, newAttr.status, utils.status))
}
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utils.indices.map(i => utils(i).copy(sale_status = newAttr(i).status))

Making a typescript function available to window namespace

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class Login {
  loginAccount() {
    console.log("test");
    debugger;
  }
};
const login = new Login();
// as it's typescript you'd probably need (window as any).login = login 
window.login = login 
export { login };

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QUESTION

How to replace nth element of a Seq with another Seq element?

Asked 2019-Apr-15 at 09:22

Let's assume we have the following list of items.

val utils: Seq[Utilities] = {
  Seq(
    Utilities("jackhammer", 24, "Industrial item", "For sale", "Available"),
    Utilities("axe",        19, "Home item",       "For sale", "Available"),
    Utilities("pick",       39, "Garage item",     "For sale", "Not Available")
  )
}

The skeleton class for Utilities is as follows:

final case class Utilities(item_name: String, ref_id: Int, 
                           item_type: String, sale_status: String, status: String)

And we also have another list of items of the current sale status of Utilities: (The class does not have any relation with Utilities, we only aim to apply its 2nd column into Utilities.)

val newAttr: Seq[NewAttributes] = {
      Seq(
        NewAttributes(1,  "For sale"),
        NewAttributes(3,  "Not for sale"),
        NewAttributes(18, "Discontinued")
      )
    }

The skeleton class for NewAttributes is as follows:

final case class NewAttributes(r_id: Int, status: String)

How can I replace Utilities' sale_status record with the NewAttributes status in order?

With the new update, Utilities shall be like:

Utilities("jackhammer", 24, "Industrial item", "For sale",     "Available")
Utilities("axe",        19, "Home item",   "Not for sale", "Available")
Utilities("pick",       39, "Garage item", "Discontinued", "Not Available")

I'm successfully retrieving the elements from newAttr with the following code, but I've no idea how to apply them to utils to achieve the above schema.

val prepStatuses = 
   for(na <- newAttr)
      yield na.status

Any help is greatly appreciated!

ANSWER

Answered 2018-Apr-26 at 14:25

If the order is correct it is straight forward:

  final case class Utilities(item_name: String, ref_id: Int, item_type: String, sale_status: String, status: String)
  val utils: Seq[Utilities] = {
    Seq(
      Utilities("jackhammer", 24, "Industrial item", "For sale", "Available"),
      Utilities("axe", 19, "Home item", "For sale", "Available"),
      Utilities("pick", 39, "Garage item", "For sale", "Not Available")
    )
  }

  final case class NewAttributes(r_id: Int, status: String)
  val newAttr: Seq[NewAttributes] = {
    Seq(
      NewAttributes(1, "For sale"),
      NewAttributes(3, "Not for sale"),
      NewAttributes(18, "Discontinued")
    )
  }

  utils.zip(newAttr).map{ case(utility, newAttribute) =>
      utility.copy(sale_status = newAttribute.status)
  }

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/50045380

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