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I am not able to access some internal pages of my store, however disabling the web/seo/use_rewrites it works perfectly.
I think it is some nginx configuration that is not right, I tried to create a rewriter, but there are many locations.
- WORK: https://127.0.0.1/
- WORK: https://127.0.0.1/rj/
- WORK: https://127.0.0.1/sp/
- DONT WORK: https://127.0.0.1/rj/customer/account/forgotpassword/
- DONT WORK: https://127.0.0.1/sp/sociallogin/social/login/type/facebook/
Here is my conf:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Mar-03 at 13:47
Ok, nginx reads the locations in the order in which they are written, so I needed to create a rule for the sub-store and I had to reorder it so that there would be no infinite loop of rules.
Here's what I did:
I want to implement a reactive design pattern to my react components. Therefore I use mobX but my core setup does not quite work as expected. My setup is to have a rootstore and instatiate all sub-store in it. At the end I want to inject only needed sub-stores within my react components.UiStore ...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Aug-31 at 09:35
Thats because you've defined it like that in your
In order to have desired behaviour define it like this
I have a stored procedure that runs fine with no errors inside SQL Server Management Studio. However, when the same stored procedure is executed as a step of a SQL Agent Job, it terminates with:
Error 3930: The current transaction cannot be committed and cannot support operations that write to the log file. Roll back the transaction.
The stored procedure lives in a schema named
[Billing]. Most of the tables it uses are also in the
The main stored procedure begins a database transaction. The stored procedures called by the main stored procedure do all of their work on that inherited transaction. The main stored procedure is responsible for committing or rolling back the transaction.
The database User running the SQL Agent Job Step is not in the Sysadmin role, nor is it dbo. It belongs to the db_datareader and db_datawriter database roles, and has been given Delete, Execute, Insert, References, Select, and Update, permissions in the
Here is the main stored procedure:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-06 at 03:12
As @Lukasz Szozda hinted in one of his comments to my question, the issue was that when the SQL Agent job executed the
BCP.EXE command, it was running under the service account used by SQL Agent, which for me is the fairly restrictive "Local System" account. At this point it became obvious to me that a Proxy account had to be used. So I created a Proxy under
Operating System (CmdExec), which was the only choice that made sense.
I went back to the job step to change it to use the Proxy, but then noticed that in its current type of
Transact-SQL script (TSQL), there is no way to assign a Proxy account.
After trying a few things, finally decided to put the TSQL statements that were in the job step into a new stored procedure, and then call that stored procedure from the SQL command-line executable
SQLCMD.EXE. I then changed the job step type from
Transact-SQL script (TSQL) to
Operating System (CmdExec). I could then set the
Run As field to the Proxy I created earlier. I specified the command to run as
CMD.EXE /c SQLCMD.EXE -S [ServerName] -Q "EXEC [NewProcedureName] [parameters]".
If you're curious as to why I'm running
CMD.EXE, it's because one of the parameters to the new stored procedure was the current date in a particular format (
'%date:~4,10%'), which the SQL Server job execution environment didn't support, but which
CMD.EXE certainly does.
Overall, I think this took a bit more effort than I expected.
I'm having a hard-time debugging a stored procedure called from BizTalk.
In a prior thread, someone suggested using sp_trace_generateevent. [Use SQL Debugger when stored proc called by an external process
Since I need to display a variable, I came up with the following, and it works, I can see the value in SQL Profiler (with EventClass=UserConfigurable:0"...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-24 at 20:54
It turns out that BizTalk calls the Stored Proc twice, once with FmtOnly=On and once again with FmtOnly=Off. I was getting the invalid cast exception after the first call, so the Stored Proc was essentially not really executing. I was mislead by the profiler because of the FmtOnly=On, thinking that it was actually executing the statements I saw there. Thus the sp_TraceGenerateEvent doesn't actually run on the first pass with FmtOnly=On, but later when I got past the other errors, it works fine in the second pass with FmtOnly=Off.
Reference: Similar questoin I posted about why the SQL Profiler was looking different between an SSMS run and a BizTalk run of same stored proc: Can SQL Begin Try/Catch be lying to me (in the profiler)?
I'm building a Magento 2 webshop with one default-store and 36 "sub-stores". Each of those are Websites (not store views), because the prices differ per store. When a user enters the site he/she needs to go through the store-locator to find the nearest store to order the goods from.While on a Product overview/Category page
On the default store we:
- Want to hide prices
- Replace add-to-cart buttons in product overview and redirect to the store locator module.
- Redirect users to Store-locator when they want to see the product-details page
I'd like to do something like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Jul-19 at 15:43
That's not a good approach,
To shop/hide prices you can create 2 themes extending both your main theme. Then apply the no price theme to the "default-store" and the other one to the other stores.
Then on each theme you can overide the templates to change the behaviour as you wish.
You then need to add a security to prevent users from accessing pages you don't wish on the "default-store"(such as cart) you can do this by some custom code + a configuration.
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