kandi X-RAY | FileShare Summary
kandi X-RAY | FileShare Summary
Two-way file transfer tool based on Http on Android
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Runs the file handler
- Sends error message to client
- Get String Encoder by MD5
- Sends an asset file to the client
- Create the view
- Refresh QRcode
- Get local IP address
- Create initial preferences
- Random string
- Closes the session
- Byte array merger
- Start the background thread
- Initializes the instance
- Override this method to handle the activity result
- Initializes the dialog
- Create the root view
- Initializes the MobileAd
FileShare Key Features
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I have an API (ASP.Net 5) which connect to an IP Camera through RTSP. The camera send a h264 stream converted with ffmpeg as m3u8 stream which is returned to the angular client as follow:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-04 at 10:49
The change on the response ContentType is working (see last edit on question).
It seems that the canceled request was due to the slow network. All the code above is working as is, except for the last modif ( application/octet-stream => application/x-mpegURL ). Here is the updated api method:
I have directory in AzureML notebook in which I have 300k files and need to list their names. Approach below works but takes 1.5h to execute:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-30 at 14:47
Try using glob module and filter method instead of list comprehension.
I need to upload a file (<10 MB) around once a week to a SQL Server 2016 database on a remote server in the same network. Until now it was all within a Access FE/BE but I want to migrate to SQL Server as backend.
The attachments I had in MS Access so need to be handled now on the SQL database as I do not want to do this on a fileshare.
I found many threads about using something like this from SQLShack...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-13 at 23:33
I may have found a solution using the links from @AlwaysLearning. The first sub actually answers my question to upload a file to a remote FILESTREAM SQL Server. The second sub downloads all uploaded files into a given directory.
This issue occurs on MacOS using VSCode to debug an individual test (instead of the entire suite). When I try to debug this test with vscode, I get the following output:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-12 at 06:31
I've run into this as well. Found a workaround by adding this to my project file:
Am I missing something?
I can start the debug process with F5, but I cannot end it, and I cannot step through code or do normal debugging.
I assume this is due to the fact that the code is hanging off Register-ObjectEvent ?
(Watching a file system event....)
What is the method to run this code and keep the debugger attached to what is going on?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-08 at 21:29
From the official documentation of Register-ObjectEvent (notes section)
Events, event subscriptions, and the event queue exist only in the current session. If you close the current session, the event queue is discarded and the event subscription is canceled.
Everything above belong to your session, which is terminated when the process exit. Even if it was somewhere else, your .net
FileSystemWatcher is part of that process and is terminated as soon your session exit.
Now, when you debug through VSCode / ISE, your session is created beforehand and does not terminate after you exit the script, which allow you to evaluate variable of the last execution. It also mean your subscriptions and event callbacks and the associated .net objects remain in memory and active at this time.
That being said, your debugger also detached at the moment your script exited. It also mean that if you were not debugging and just running the script, your session would exit immediately after the script execution and thus, your listener, events callback and everything else would immediately exit without a chance to process anything.
To keep the debugger attached, be able to debug and also to have the script working in a normal context at all, you need to somewhat keep the process alive.
The usual way to ensure that is to add a loop at the end of the script.
I have a question about how correctly add a contact to Google Contacts using Google API. For authorization I use external Json file Generated. When I execute it , it doesn't give any mistakes but No Contact is Added to Google Contacts. What can be wrong with the code? Please find code below
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-08 at 13:10
You need to go though your service object.
I am using VSCode 1.65.0 with .Net 6 (6.0.200) on a 2019 MacBook Pro (Intel) with the v1.24.1 of the C# VSCode extension.
I have run it using the
dotnet test command, the .NET Core Test Explore Plugin and VS2022, and these work as expected.
This is the output log I get...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-04 at 19:36
To use .net 6 you need to update the Omnisharp setting to use the 'modern' way
the setting you need to toggle is
omnisharp.useModernNet. it is described in the reads of the C# extension.
I have an interesting error while using Serilog SelfLog. The error is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-23 at 10:18
As alluded to in the comment from @Daniel A. White, you are doing a risky thing -- trying to write to a file, in a handler that's provided on an "if all else fails" basis. Some examples:
- if the disk is full and the File Logger can't write (File sinks dont necessarily do that, but if they wanted to communicate failure, it would be via the
- if a message string is malformed (Serilog logging calls will never throw; this is based on a fundamental tenet in the wiki about the logging not being important enough to stop a working app from working)
While the Serilog debugging and diagnostics Wiki page currently shows an example of writing to a file, that's simply not the nature of the contract -- it must not fail.
Hence, if you actually want to emit the
SelfLog to a file, you will need to add a
catch and swallow the exception in the handler.
I would say its pretty questionable value to have a file as a backup when the File Sink is your primary output. This is doubly the case as you don't have any mechanism to ensure it gets trimmed (imagine you had a tight loop logging with a malformed message string - it would fill your disk eventually).
I personally have handled this tradeoff by echoing the
SelfLog to my
Console Sink (which logging won't throw, per the above) on the basis that the operating environment (think Kubernetes) can be trusted to capture it, or alert.
I'm hoping to come up with a script that can walk a directory tree on a Windows server and show me a tree that only includes directories whose permissions are different from it's parent (or sub) directory. I want to produce an easily understandable report that can help me quickly audit the permissions of a folder structure.
Here's what I've got so far:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-04 at 03:24
I tested this with a few folders setting up different ACLs with my own user and it seem to be working but I haven't tested enough to be sure. Basically, the script will loop through directories and add the ACLs to a dictionary where the Keys are each
IdentityReference and the Values are the properties from the ACLs which you're interested on (
AccessControlType) in addition to the folder's absolute path. While enumerating the directories, each object will be compared against the stored values using the
Compare-Acl function which only returns
$true if the object is different.
I'm trying to follow this guide for making a progressbar with blazor server-side
I then want to write the files to the file system, the problem is that reading it is much faster than actually writing it to the disk meaning it seems stuck at 100% for quite some time at large files.
So can i make it track how much it have written to the disk instead. or maybe them synchronized....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-26 at 13:23
Reading and Writing are already happening interleaved.
The only thing that could possibly help here is to Flush:
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use FileShare 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 FileShare 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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