kandi X-RAY | StorageSystem Summary
kandi X-RAY | StorageSystem Summary
This is a "small" personal project where i'll use Java, JavaFX, the Gson-Libary, Apache-Web-Server, JSON-server and Outpan.com as Barcode libary to fix this problem for me. You can keep track of the items you have, the ones that are running out and the ones that are already empty. You can print out an overview of the stocks or a list of items that are already out of stock. If you're on the go, you can VPN into your home network and check which item and how many of them are still in stock. I'll try to keep the setup costs as low as possible, so it'll be a system everyone can build. I have to admit, that it got more expensive than i thought. (You could decrease the price by just buying a Pi (35€) and a smaller screen (30-45€) to about 100€).
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Load the GUI
- Load items from a standart dialog
- Update the list
- Load a file
- Updates the item in the item box
- Get a new Item from the Google App
- Method to get the categories
- Compares this item to another
- Initialize the ListView
- Renew search by new value
- Saves a list of items to a file
- Sets up the menus
- Print out the items
- Tries to start a file with the specified file
- Gets an alert object
- Creates the printout
- Loads the items from a standart file
- Save a list of items to a file
- Removes the item from stock
- Method sorts the items in the list according to the criteria
- Creates a hashCode of this object
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I have an inventory application that scrapes through our VM and storage environments to index things for my team to have some quick references without having to log into vCenter/Storage systems directly to get info.
Since it's dealing with some potentially sensitive info, I put authentication on it by way of using the
LoginRequiredMixin in my Views classes. The authentication part has been in for a while and it works without issues. The part where I get stuck on is I implemented the
next parameter in the login form, and it shows up in the URL when it prompts to login. I have a different view class for each kind of thing I'm tracking.
When someone clicks on a link that requires authentication (basically every page except the main page), it redirects them to the page they want after requiring them to login.
I've seen a few other questions, but the recommendations mentioned haven't worked in my case for whatever reason. I've tried various implements of the
redirect_field_name but it still ends up trying to redirect to /accounts/profile if I don't have it overridden in the settings page. I don't have the
login_url field set, but the login page redirect works as expected.
LoginView - Using Django's LoginView and authentication form as a base, and just piecing them together to keep my search capability at the top of the page....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-16 at 20:17
OK, so after doing a bit of digging into some of Django code and seeing how the process works, I discovered that the
next value wasn't getting pushed into the POST data. So I ended up having to capture the
next value from
request.GET.get('next') and I pushed it to a
redirect variable in the html (I changed that from the
next variable that I had initially).
All in all, there were only a few changes that I made in the code to get this working. I didn't have to re-create the entire view (which was helpful).
Hopefully this will help some others with this same issue get this up and running without having to completely rewrite a View, or override a bunch of methods.
Edit: I had to add a check to make sure that if there was no next value, then it wouldn't populate the redirect field.
For starters, I have searched for this before with no luck to find something around this.
I have created an inventory application for work to help my team be able to quickly see stats around our IT infrastructure. I have threads kicked off when the application loads to kick off some scraping functions. That code works great, but it happens whenever I create and apply database migrations (manage.py makemigrations & manage.py migrate).
I'd like to only kick off the scraping code when I'm issuing the runserver command (manage.py runserver). This way, I don't have resources competing between the migration activities and the scraping activities. It also often generates lots of errors because sometimes not all of the database models/fields exist in the database yet.
Modify the code in the django repository to introduce a flag that I can then check against before I have the scraping code run. Not recommended This will get overwritten when I update django, and it won't persist between my dev server and prod server.
Find a way to check which command is being run with the manage.py, and introduce a check to only start scraping if that command is run. Recommended This stays in my codebase and can easily be moved around between dev and prod instances.
I'm open to other ideas to accomplish this. If there's a different way to kick off the scraping activities upon starting the application, then that would likely work too. The apps.ready function was the only thing I was able to find that would run something upon the application start.
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ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-31 at 17:48
The fact that you are trying to bypass code means that you have the code in the wrong place. Launching the scraper doesn't belong in
apps.ready because you only need it to run in some situations, but not others.
Also, launching scraping code when you do
./manage.py runserver sounds like a bad idea. You should only use
runserver for development and not as an actual web service in a production environment. Instead you should deploy with a real web server such as Apache or Nginx.
You can launch the scraping code with a cron job or some other scheduler. If launching this scraping code is complex, then a bash script or management command is a great way to encapsulate what needs to be done.
I'm using a storage system that i can not change, and the data im processing can change properties.
I would like to call the addRow method using the person object without specifying the properties.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-18 at 12:29
You could call the rest operator on the array of values:
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You can use StorageSystem 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 StorageSystem 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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