kandi X-RAY | openconnect Summary
kandi X-RAY | openconnect Summary
OpenMessaging Connect is a standard to connect between data sources and data destinations. Users could easily create connector instances with configurations via REST API. There are two types of connectors: source connector and sink connector. A source connector is used for pulling data from a data source (e.g. RDBMS). The data is sent to corresponding message queue and expected to be consumed by one or many sink connectors. A sink connector receives message from the queue and loads into a data destination (e.g. data warehouse). Developers should implement source or sink connector interface to run their specific job. Usually, connectors rely on a concrete message queue for data transportation. The message queue decouples source connectors from sink connectors. In the meantime, it provides capabilities such as failover, rate control and one to many data transportation etc. Some message queues (e.g. Kafka) provide bundled connect frameworks and a various of connectors developed officially or by the community. However, these frameworks are lack of interoperability, which means a connector developed for Kafka cannot run with RabbitMQ without modification and vice versa. A connector follows OpenMessaging Connect could run with any message queues which support OpenMessaging API. OpenMessaging Connect provides a standalone runtime which uses OpenMessaging API for sending and consuming message, as well as the key/value operations for offset management.
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- Returns field by field name
- Adds a field
- Sets the default value for this builder
- Throws an exception if the field is not null
- Set parameters
- Get parameters
- Compares this object to another
- Compares two RecordPartition objects
- Returns a string representation of this struct object
- Add extension
- Convert a timestamp value into a date
- Returns the value of the specified field without the default value
- Converts the given value to a date
- Returns the value of the field as a byte array
- Set required schema
- Set the documentation for this schema
- Set the optional schema
- Compares two ConnectRecord objects
- Compares this object to the specified object
- Compares this struct with the specified values
- Compares two SchemaAndValue objects
- Converts a value to a given time value
- Converts a Date value to an encoded value
- Returns the schema type associated with the given class
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This question was previously posted as SO#67861846. But someone (non-moderator) marked it as a duplicate and closed it. It is NOT a duplicate as claimed: getResponseCode WAS indeed called but the result was no help (always 200 even for an invalid host). So, I try again...
My app regularly downloads files from a server using HttpUrlConnection(). Brief code example below:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 17:58
I found the problem, it was a DNS issue. I discovered my AT&T phone was using DNS service by "sbcglobal.net" (AT&T's default DNS server). That DNS server returns an IP address even for a non-existent name. In particular, it returns an address belonging to "akamaitechnologies.com" (whatever that is). Since that is an existing site, http connects and getResponseCode returns 200. Since it cannot serve my requested file, the download fails.
When I set my phone to use a DNS of "dns.google" (220.127.116.11), everything works as expected.
This type of DNS spoofing is a Bad Thing because many apps depend on an Unknown-Host-Exception to detect an incorrectly entered domain name, e.g. in an email address.
I have the below code for doing a POST request to a REST API end point to update SAP application data....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 09:23
your POST code is fine.
problem not in content size , but in a way you are building json payload.
you have doublequotes in
so, using string interpolation for json building like this:
I'm trying to access the header values for each record which is present in CSV file url from github using Apache commons csv library.
This is my code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-09 at 17:31
You should not read line by line if you want to read first line as header because the Apache CSV tries to read every line as header. So the exception is thrown. Instead you should pass reader to read data. Below code works fine.
I have a method that opens a
HttpURLConnection and then returns the
InputStream from the response to the caller:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-08 at 14:05
You do not want to leave the connection open. That will present the risk of a resource leak. I would recommend creating a custom
InputStream implementation that automatically closes the connection when the stream is closed:
So, I need to pass a table-valued parameter (filled from selected options in CheckBoxLists) to a stored procedure in order to retrieve recipes that match some of the criteria inside my table-valued parameter, but when I try to do it, it doesn't return anything. I am working on ASP.Net and C#.
SQL Server Stored Procedure...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-06 at 04:55
As rightly pointed out by @Alexander Petrov , you are declaring a table type with name dbo.filters
I am trying to download data from a server line by line asynchronously. Actually, I used Kotlin Coroutines, but when I connected the httpurlconnection in the async lambda block, it showed a warning that the method will be blocked there, so I was unable to perform the request asynchronously.
This is the code :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-06 at 12:25
That's because you're currently using
You need to launch it in a coroutine scope to make it asynchronous, additionally you can switch the operation to
I am getting the error in the title line. I have tried to overcome it by trying the suggestions I have found at stack overflow including adding to AndroidManifest.xml this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-04 at 01:04
Add this to you app
I am writing to a file which exists on my website . I have access to this file . Below is the method code for the same : Last Output on eclipse console is "3 Done writing to the file"
However , the file does not show the changes done by the code below
What could be happening with no error & all msgs printed in eclipse console ?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-03 at 14:34
The code is sending data to a URL, which is ignored if there is not code to handle it on the server.
If your code is on the website server, you can use the
FileWriter class to write to the directory of your website contents.
For example, assuming
network_black_list.txt is in /var/www/html:
I have a
BuilderString that contain the same result as in this link:
I'm looking to extract the values of the ``. And return a list of String that contain all the files name.
My code is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-24 at 17:26
That is JSON formatted data; JSON is not regular, tehrefore, trying to parse this with a regular expression is impossible, and trying to parse it out with substring and friends will take you a week and will be very error prone.
Read up on what JSON is (no worries; it's very simple to understand!), then get a good JSON library (the standard json.org library absolutely sucks, don't get that one), such as Jackson or GSON, and the code to extract what you need will be robust and easy to write and test.
I have a class which extends AsyncTask. When called, this task will download a video to internal storage and will in turn update a progress indicator. When the task is done, it will change the download button to a downloaded button (I'm using abdularis AndroidButtonProgress).
The procedure is working well, however I have a field for the download button and it's being highlighted as a memory leak:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-30 at 15:51
You should pass the download button as a constructor dependency and wrap it in a weak reference as you've done with context.
I think it may have thrown a
ClassCastException because you attempted to force cast it from
doInBackground() and the download button from the host of your
AsyncTask was a weak reference of the view.
Minor modification to your existing code should work fine:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use openconnect 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 openconnect 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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