Upgrade script from PHP 5.6 to 7.2 appear error for Paypal

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My website is about to people can buy some software from my website. There is one icon on site where user can see "buy now".When user click on that icon then he will be redirected to Paypal,and then make a payment.

Now the problem is when i was switch from PHP 5.6 to PHP 7.2 in Whm that action just give to me blank screen.So that mean that for 7.2 PHP version can't finish payment with Paypal.

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Upgrade script from PHP 5.6 to 7.2 appear error for Paypal

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Migrate from Standalone Instance to Failover Node Instance

I am fairly new to the MS SQL and i am currently working on a project at my company. We have a ERP System built on a SQL Server and we want to create a SQL failover node.

The original configuration is like this :

SQL Standalone Instance SERVER -> SAN Storage (Storage for MDF & LDF).

Is it possible to create a new server, install SQL Server Failover Instance from scratch, then connect the same primary SAN Storage. Import all the user credentials from standalone (original instance) to the new server.?

And when ready to migrate, we simply turn off the Standalone SQL Server, and attach all mdf files in the new server? will this method be good to migrate from standalone instance to failover instance?

Then we have a one node sql cluster available for users to work on

Later we uninstall standalone instance and install a failover sql node on the source Server, then WSFC etc, making it 2 node SQL Cluster?

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Additional css urls changed from S3 links to live site links when downloaded the site for local development

So, I have a website with the Hueman theme. It’s all working properly on the live domain name but I needed to make some changes so I downloaded the whole website (files and database) on my local computer to make the changes and publish them on the live site.

What happened is extremely intriguing, at least to me. The header has a large background image done through css from Appearance > Customize > Advanced Options > Additional CSS and that image on the live site is an Amazon S3 link (all my media files go there) but when I set up the site locally the link in the "Additional CSS" changed to point to WordPress’ uploads directory on the live site and obviously that’s a 404 error.

The plugin which handles my S3 upload is "WP Offload Media Lite" and I have the "Amazon Web Services" plugin as well.

Here is my live site additional css:

/* You can add your own CSS here.  Click the help icon above to learn more.  Use this field to test small chunks of CSS code. For important CSS customizations, it is recommended to modify the style.css file of a child theme. http//codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes */  /*@import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Kalam&display=swap'); */ html {     max-width: 100%;     overflow-x: hidden; }  #header {     background: url(https://imagecurve.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/21134758/Book-on-a-pebble-beach-propped-open-with-a-stone-hero-1920x650-1.jpg) center 0px no-repeat; }  nav#nav-header {     background: #33363b !important;     opacity: 0.9; }  #nav-header.nav-container {     box-shadow: none;     -webkit-box-shadow: none; }  #nav-header li a {     font-weight: bold; }  #header .pad {     max-width: 480px;     margin: 80px auto;     background: rgb(68, 68, 68);     opacity: 0.8;     padding: 30px 30px 20px;     padding-top: 28px;     padding-bottom: 30px;     text-align: center; }  #header .site-title, #header .site-description {     float: none; }  #header .site-description {     font-size: 17px;     color: rgb(255, 255, 255);     font-weight: 500;     text-align: center;     line-height: 40px;     padding: 0;     font-style: normal;     margin-left: 0; }  /* Subscribe form */ .widgetGuts .success {     background: #01c01e; }  .widgetGuts .subscribeButton {     background: #3b8dbd;     color: #fff;     padding: 8px 14px;     font-weight: 600;     display: inline-block;     border: none;     cursor: pointer;     -webkit-border-radius: 3px;     border-radius: 26px; }  #frm-subscriptionFrontsimplesubscribe-2 dl dt:first-child {     margin-bottom: 5px; }  #simplesubscribe-2 > h3 {     font-size: 20px; }  .post-meta .post-date {     display: none; }  /* Contact forms */ .wpcf7-form span.wpcf7-not-valid-tip {     position: static;     display: inline-block;     width: 100%;     margin-top: 8px; }  .wpcf7-form input[type=text], .wpcf7-form input[type=email] {     width: 100%; }  .wpcf7-submit {     border-radius: 26px !important; }  .nf-form-cont .submit-wrap input {     background: #3b8dbd;     color: #fff;     padding: 8px 14px;     font-weight: 600;     display: inline-block;     border: none;     cursor: pointer;     -webkit-border-radius: 3px;     border-radius: 3px; }  article.post-26078 > .post-inner, article.post-28116 > .entry {     max-width: 800px; }  #frm-subscriptionFrontsimplesubscribe-2 #frm-email {     width: 100%;     padding: 6px 8px;     box-sizing: border-box;     border-radius: 3px;     border: 1px solid #c7c7c7; }  #header-widgets {     float: none; }  #header-widgets p {     margin-bottom: 0; }  .ap-form-field .wp-switch-editor {     height: 25px; }  .social-links li:nth-child(3), .social-links li:nth-child(5) {     display: none; }  #header .site-description {     font-size: 22px !important; }  #explore-legends {       background: #dff3d5;     border: 2px solid #82b965;     padding: 65px 0 25px 0;     text-align: center;     margin-bottom: 20px;     border-radius: 18px; }  #explore-legends h3 {     color: #8a8989;     margin-bottom: 0;     font-family: 'Kalam', cursive; }  #explore-legends a {         background: #82b965;     display: inline-block;     padding: 7px 12px;     text-align: center;     color: white;     clear: right;     margin: 12px 0 35px 0;     border-radius: 13px;     width: 100%;     max-width: 165px;     box-sizing: border-box;     font-weight: bold; }  #explore-legends i {     font-style: italic;     color: #5d5d5d; }  @media(max-width: 1200px) {     #header-widgets {         margin-top: 5px;         display: block !important;     } }  @media(max-width: 1280px) {     #header {         background: url(https://imagecurve.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/21134754/Book-on-a-pebble-beach-propped-open-with-a-stone-hero-1280x500-1.jpg) center 0px no-repeat;     } }  @media(max-width: 1024px) {     #header {         background: url(https://imagecurve.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/06051411/Book-on-a-pebble-beach-propped-open-with-a-stone-hero-1024x420-2.jpg) center 0px no-repeat;     } }  @media (max-width: 785px) and (min-width: 720px) {     #nav-header li:nth-last-child(2) {         display: none;     } }  @media(min-width: 720px) {     #nav-header li:last-child {         float: right;     }      #nav-header li:nth-last-child(2) {         float: right;     } }  @media (max-width: 720px) {     #header .container .group.pad {         max-width: 252px;     }      #header .site-title {         padding: 0;     } }  @media (max-width: 580px) {     .wp-pagenavi span.extend {         display: block;     } }  @media (max-width: 480px) {     #header .container .group.pad {         margin: 50px auto;     }      #header {         background: url(https://imagecurve.s3.eu-central-1.amazonaws.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/06051527/Book-on-a-pebble-beach-propped-open-with-a-stone-hero-480x520-2.jpg) center center no-repeat;     } } 

Here is my local additional css:

/* You can add your own CSS here.  Click the help icon above to learn more.  Use this field to test small chunks of CSS code. For important CSS customizations, it is recommended to modify the style.css file of a child theme. http//codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes */  /*@import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Kalam&display=swap'); */ html {     max-width: 100%;     overflow-x: hidden; }  #header {     background: url(https://www.imagecurve.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/21134758/Book-on-a-pebble-beach-propped-open-with-a-stone-hero-1920x650-1.jpg) center 0px no-repeat; }  nav#nav-header {     background: #33363b !important;     opacity: 0.9; }  #nav-header.nav-container {     box-shadow: none;     -webkit-box-shadow: none; }  #nav-header li a {     font-weight: bold; }  #header .pad {     max-width: 480px;     margin: 80px auto;     background: rgb(68, 68, 68);     opacity: 0.8;     padding: 30px 30px 20px;     padding-top: 28px;     padding-bottom: 30px;     text-align: center; }  #header .site-title, #header .site-description {     float: none; }  #header .site-description {     font-size: 17px;     color: rgb(255, 255, 255);     font-weight: 500;     text-align: center;     line-height: 40px;     padding: 0;     font-style: normal;     margin-left: 0; }  /* Subscribe form */ .widgetGuts .success {     background: #01c01e; }  .widgetGuts .subscribeButton {     background: #3b8dbd;     color: #fff;     padding: 8px 14px;     font-weight: 600;     display: inline-block;     border: none;     cursor: pointer;     -webkit-border-radius: 3px;     border-radius: 26px; }  #frm-subscriptionFrontsimplesubscribe-2 dl dt:first-child {     margin-bottom: 5px; }  #simplesubscribe-2 > h3 {     font-size: 20px; }  .post-meta .post-date {     display: none; }  /* Contact forms */ .wpcf7-form span.wpcf7-not-valid-tip {     position: static;     display: inline-block;     width: 100%;     margin-top: 8px; }  .wpcf7-form input[type=text], .wpcf7-form input[type=email] {     width: 100%; }  .wpcf7-submit {     border-radius: 26px !important; }  .nf-form-cont .submit-wrap input {     background: #3b8dbd;     color: #fff;     padding: 8px 14px;     font-weight: 600;     display: inline-block;     border: none;     cursor: pointer;     -webkit-border-radius: 3px;     border-radius: 3px; }  article.post-26078 > .post-inner, article.post-28116 > .entry {     max-width: 800px; }  #frm-subscriptionFrontsimplesubscribe-2 #frm-email {     width: 100%;     padding: 6px 8px;     box-sizing: border-box;     border-radius: 3px;     border: 1px solid #c7c7c7; }  #header-widgets {     float: none; }  #header-widgets p {     margin-bottom: 0; }  .ap-form-field .wp-switch-editor {     height: 25px; }  .social-links li:nth-child(3), .social-links li:nth-child(5) {     display: none; }  #header .site-description {     font-size: 22px !important; }  #explore-legends {       background: #dff3d5;     border: 2px solid #82b965;     padding: 65px 0 25px 0;     text-align: center;     margin-bottom: 20px;     border-radius: 18px; }  #explore-legends h3 {     color: #8a8989;     margin-bottom: 0;     font-family: 'Kalam', cursive; }  #explore-legends a {         background: #82b965;     display: inline-block;     padding: 7px 12px;     text-align: center;     color: white;     clear: right;     margin: 12px 0 35px 0;     border-radius: 13px;     width: 100%;     max-width: 165px;     box-sizing: border-box;     font-weight: bold; }  #explore-legends i {     font-style: italic;     color: #5d5d5d; }  @media(max-width: 1200px) {     #header-widgets {         margin-top: 5px;         display: block !important;     } }  @media(max-width: 1280px) {     #header {         background: url(https://www.imagecurve.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/12/Book-on-a-pebble-beach-propped-open-with-a-stone-hero-1280x500-1.jpg) center 0px no-repeat;     } }  @media(max-width: 1024px) {     #header {         background: url(https://www.imagecurve.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Book-on-a-pebble-beach-propped-open-with-a-stone-hero-1024x420-2.jpg) center 0px no-repeat;     } }  @media (max-width: 785px) and (min-width: 720px) {     #nav-header li:nth-last-child(2) {         display: none;     } }  @media(min-width: 720px) {     #nav-header li:last-child {         float: right;     }      #nav-header li:nth-last-child(2) {         float: right;     } }  @media (max-width: 720px) {     #header .container .group.pad {         max-width: 252px;     }      #header .site-title {         padding: 0;     } }  @media (max-width: 580px) {     .wp-pagenavi span.extend {         display: block;     } }  @media (max-width: 480px) {     #header .container .group.pad {         margin: 50px auto;     }      #header {         background: url(https://www.imagecurve.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Book-on-a-pebble-beach-propped-open-with-a-stone-hero-480x520-2.jpg) center center no-repeat;     } } 

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Function providing input and integration limits for NIntegrate

I am trying to define some custom function that evaluates the numeric integral of some complicated function. The problem is that I would like to include as an input the integration limits. A MWE follows

f[x_,y_]:= Exp[-2 x^2 y^2] test[x_?NumericQ,IntL_]:= NIntegrate[f[x, y],IntL] myIntL1= {y,-4 x^2,4x^2}; myIntL2= {y,-4 x^4,4x^4}; 

Then, if I evaluate for instance test[3,myIntL1] I get a problem concerning an invalid limit of integration.

Is there a clever way to fix this without defining several functions including the integration limits, such as

    test1[x_?NumericQ,IntL_]:= NIntegrate[f[x, y],{y,-4 x^2,4x^2}]     test2[x_?NumericQ,IntL_]:= NIntegrate[f[x, y],{y,-4 x^4,4x^4}] 

etc?

Of course, here everything looks simple, but in my case all the functions are rather long; some even purely numeric ones. Since I have multiple choices for the integration limits, it would be more practical to avoid defining test1[x_], test2[x_], ..., testN[x_]

Thanks in advance, Pablo

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How to write a query to get wine pairing for a pizza based on pairing weight

I am working on a query to pair drinks to pizzas. Currently I am able to show the pizza_name, beverage and the pairing_weight being the amount of toppings on a pizza that the beverage pairs with. From here, I am looking to just output a mapping of distinct pizza name to beverage. I am unsure how to format the query to just return the top result per pizza based on pairing_weight.

mysql> select pizza_name, beverage, COUNT(beverage) as pairing_weight     -> from pizza_production     ->     JOIN pizza_restrictions pr on     ->         pizza_production.topping_name = pr.topping_name     ->     JOIN beverage_pairing_notes on     ->         restriction = pairing     ->     GROUP BY pizza_name, beverage     ->     ORDER BY pizza_name, pairing_weight DESC; +--------------+--------------------+----------------+ | pizza_name   | beverage           | pairing_weight | +--------------+--------------------+----------------+ | Grand Padano | Prosecco           |              2 | | Grand Padano | Champagne          |              2 | | Grand Padano | Riesling           |              2 | | Grand Padano | Cava               |              2 | | Grand Padano | Pinot Noir         |              1 | | Grand Padano | Carlsberg beer     |              1 | | Grand Padano | Zinfandel Rosé     |              1 | | Grand Padano | Chardonnay         |              1 | | Grand Padano | Chenin Blanc       |              1 | | Grand Padano | Gewürztraminer     |              1 | | Grand Padano | Guinness beer      |              1 | | Grand Padano | Pinot Grigio       |              1 | | Grand Padano | Heineken beer      |              1 | | Grand Padano | Irn Bru            |              1 | | Grand Padano | Malbec             |              1 | | Grand Padano | Muscat Blanc       |              1 | | new york     | Riesling           |              2 | | new york     | Champagne          |              2 | | new york     | Prosecco           |              2 | | new york     | Pinot Noir         |              2 | | new york     | Malbec             |              2 | | new york     | Syrah              |              1 | | new york     | Cava               |              1 | | new york     | Cabernet Sauvignon |              1 | | new york     | Chardonnay         |              1 | | new york     | Carlsberg beer     |              1 | | new york     | Chenin Blanc       |              1 | | new york     | Gewürztraminer     |              1 | | new york     | Guinness beer      |              1 | | new york     | Muscat Blanc       |              1 | | new york     | Heineken beer      |              1 | | pepperoni    | Pinot Noir         |              3 | | pepperoni    | Malbec             |              3 | | pepperoni    | Muscat Blanc       |              2 | | pepperoni    | Heineken beer      |              2 | | pepperoni    | Guinness beer      |              2 | | pepperoni    | Gewürztraminer     |              2 | | pepperoni    | Chenin Blanc       |              2 | | pepperoni    | Riesling           |              2 | | pepperoni    | Carlsberg beer     |              2 | | pepperoni    | Cabernet Sauvignon |              2 | | pepperoni    | Chardonnay         |              1 | | pepperoni    | Champagne          |              1 | | pepperoni    | Prosecco           |              1 | | pepperoni    | Cava               |              1 | | pepperoni    | Rioja              |              1 | | pepperoni    | Syrah              |              1 | | pepperoni    | Zinfandel Rosé     |              1 | | vegetarian   | Diet Coke          |              2 | | vegetarian   | Prosecco           |              1 | | vegetarian   | Champagne          |              1 | | vegetarian   | Riesling           |              1 | +--------------+--------------------+----------------+ 52 rows in set (0.01 sec) 

An example of desired output would be

+--------------+--------------------+ | pizza_name   | beverage           | +--------------+--------------------+ | pepperoni    | Pinot Noir         | | new york     | Riesling           | | Grand Padano | Prosecco           | | vegetarian   | Diet Coke          | +--------------+--------------------+ 

Is there a way to pull this data from what I already have in the output of the query above? Thank you.