kandi X-RAY | workbench Summary
kandi X-RAY | workbench Summary
My code collection for testing new ideas, blog examples, etc
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Initializes the view
- Saves the current content
- Test program
- Generates a long value
- Create a new instance
- Start speech recognizer
- Entry point for Hello
- Creates a new UriMatcher that can be used to authenticate
- Tests to see if something goes wrong
- Query the content provider
- Insert a Uri
- Returns a ClassLoader for the given path
- Start the server
- Main method
- Stops the HTTP server
- Main method to write source file to target file
- Command - line tool
- Entry point for testing
- Sends a test to the server
- Entry point for the server
- Get the mime type for a given URI
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I have a PHP search that is giving me issues:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-16 at 00:29
so im developing website using nodejs, and then deploying it to microsoft azure, and using Azure Database for mysql server to be exact, and importing my databse using mysql workbench, now the problem is in the CORS, everyhting going well i run it on chrome and firefox in the same pc works fine, but when i try to acces the website using another pc, i get the error says "Cross-Origin Request Blocked: The Same Origin Policy disallows reading the remote resource at http://localhost:3000/data/price%20asc. (Reason: CORS request did not succeed)".
heres my nodejs code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 09:41
Is there a way to change tab bar color in VS Code which is present just above the breadcrumbs bar. I wanted to know about the workbench color customization code which can be used for it. Tab bar...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 03:05
Yes there is a way. You will want to target the settings group:
editorGroupHeader, which has three settings in all. One for the background of the Tabs-Area, and two for the borders that are located above and below the breadcrumbs.
I'm trying to import into my database a csv file using Table Data Import Wizard tool, to a table that just has one attribute (it's id VARCHAR(10)), the import is failing showing me this error: error I've checked the csv file in order to find any wierd characters or newline characters but everything is fine. Im using version 8.0.25 and the logs are showing this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-11 at 15:02
A csv are Comma-separated values.
so you have to give the importer some commas
What is the error in this code (Assuming that
teacher exists)? This code keeps giving me syntax errors in mysql workbench but it works fine in vscode.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 11:37
do you have the DELIMITER ??
We can use Ctrl+Shift+i for auto-formatting codes in vs code.
vscode break lines longer that 80 character. Changing
linewidth does not change it.
I want to put that 120 in my python code.
What is the solution?
I did not find similar questions digging previous ones.
This is my
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-05 at 12:36
Add this setting in your settings.json file in vs code.
I am trying to connect to a Cloud SQL instance running MySQL using SSL and Flask-SQLAlchemy. Here are the steps I've followed:
- I've been able to open a connection over
127.0.0.1:3306using the Cloud SQL Auth Proxy just fine
- I can successfully connect to the DB using MySQL Workbench in this configuration, so then I tried connecting with SSL
- I generated the client certs
- I specified the following connect args:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-04 at 15:02
If you are connecting via the Cloud SQL Auth Proxy, client SSL certificates are not required nor supported. The proxy handles authentication and encryption with Cloud SQL. If you add SSL certificates to connect to the proxy, the connection will fail as the proxy is not expecting that connection type.
The MySqlCommand is resulting in an error "id can't be null"...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-02 at 12:48
Your First Query is failing because ID Column is PRIMARY KEY column which cannot be assigned NULL.
Second one is failing because, ID column is NOT NULL and you have not listed it in INSERT statement.
Third one is failing because you have not mentioned column names in insert statement due to which system is expecting values of all 4 columns but you are providing only 3.
Solution for all the above problems is : Make your ID column AUTO INCREMENT or Provide a NON-NULL Unique value for each row inserted.
I'm trying to import the following file into a MySQL Db:
Using the "data import wizard" on MySql Workbench, for some reason I'm getting "218\223 lines imported successfully", whereas the file contains close to 100K. I tried looking for special chars around lines 210-230, also removing all of them, but still the same happens.
The file is a CSV of Microsoft Bing's geo locations, used in Microsoft Advertising campaigns, downloaded from Microsoft's website (using an ad account there). I've been googling, reading, StackOverflowing, playing with the file and different import options...
I tried cutting the file into small bits, and the newly created file was completely corrupt somehow... Encoding seems to be UTF-8, line breaks all "\n". I tried changing them all into "\r\n" using notepad++, but still the same happens.
File opens normally in Excel, looks normal, passes CSVlint.io...
The only weird thing is that the file contains quotes on some of the values but not on the rest (e.g. line 219. Yeah I know it sounds like this would be the problem, but I removed it, and all the rest of the lines with quotes, and it still happens... Also tried loading with ENCLOSED BY ", see below).
I also tried using SQL statements to import:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-03 at 13:58
Epilogue: In the end I just gave up on all these import wizards and did it the old "make your SQL statements from Excel" way.
I imported the CSV data into Excel. Watch out: in this case I found I needed to use a data import wizard from Excel (but that one worked perfectly) to be able to change the encoding to UTF, which Excel 2010 chose as "windows" which was wrong.
After processing the data a bit to my liking, I used the following Excel code:
I'm a beginner in JDBC and I want to connect to a MySQL instance on my local machine. Below is the MySQL Instance I'm trying to connect to. It exists on my local machine. It has a database called my_db2 present on it. And I want to work with it's tables.
To connect to the above database, I wrote the following code....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-01 at 09:36
You should load the driver first:
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