kandi X-RAY | dbnd Summary
kandi X-RAY | dbnd Summary
DBND an open source framework for building and tracking data pipelines. DBND is used for processes ranging from data ingestion, preparation, machine learning model training and production. DBND includes a Python library, set of APIs, and CLI that enables you to collect metadata from your workflows, create a system of record for runs, and easily orchestrate complex processes. DBND simplifies the process of building and running data pipelines from dbnd import task. And makes it easy to track your critical pipeline metadata.
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- Tabulate a table of data .
- Processes a single DAG run .
- Creates a bytecode .
- Command - line tool .
- Calculate the difference between two months .
- Normalize tabular data .
- Computes the difference between two datetimes .
- Split arguments into a list of parameters .
- Load a TZIF file .
- Parse a common date string .
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I've been trying to make a REST API for a project. Never done this before technically, but one thing has thrown me for a bit of a baffle. I have a GET request to the server that properly returns a list of clients from my DbContext, but the second get action request I have in right now seems to only return an HTTP 405 error and I can't seem to find out as to why. Any ideas?
I've tried making it an actionResult, perhaps not properly? I know it functions when the action is just a string that returns "value" or another string, but doesn't seem to be able to return an object like the first GET method does
Working get method that gets all the clients in my repository...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Nov-01 at 16:23
I have another api that works exactly the way you first posted (with actionResults). I couldn't find the problem in your code. It could be settings as you said, but it could also be the way you assemble your URL.
My best bet would be that your repository isn't returning the elemement but again, it should not give you a 405 but instead a 404 not found. I guess the response from your _repository is giving an error.
Maybe a troubleshooting idea is try a Postman request to get and a breakpoint in your controller to see if you could see where the problem is.
I just created a test project to try and reproduce your problem, but it works fine. I followed this tutorial from Microsoft: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/aspnet/core/tutorials/first-web-api?view=aspnetcore-3.0&tabs=visual-studio
And here is my resulting controller:
No vulnerabilities reported
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