Is there a resource anywhere that lists every spell and the classes that can use them?

There are now a number of resources that provide lists of spells, the PHB, Tashas Cauldron, XGTE etc. As well as spells that are included in specific adventure or campaign books.

There are also new classes that come with new spell rules, artificer is one.

Is there a single resource anywhere that lists all the spells currently published for 5th edition, the classes they can be used by and the level? I am not looking for the spell rules just an updated list as per the PHB that includes every published spell by class.

Or a list that lists out every spell and the classes that can use them.

Is it possible that my personal photos in my smartphone may end up in the internet even if I never uploaded or sync it anywhere in the internet?

Sorry if its a dumb question. I am pretty sure that my smartphone (android miui11) is constantly sending various data to its servers anytime when the internet is on. So, does it send my personal photos to the servers? Or any data related to my personal photos? Can this be a threat? Like if someone in the servers could see and upload my photos somewhere else in the internet?

Is there a standard for “virtual receipts”, and is it actually used anywhere?

I just got another e-mail from my food store after I had placed an order. It has no plaintext version, only a HTML one. Only with extreme amounts of efforts from me could I parse out the products and their individual prices and quantities… until they change their e-mails the next time.

I currently "only" parse out the delivery date/time, the total price for the order and the order id. Which is insanity.

Is there really no "digital receipt" standard? They seem to have no hidden JSON/CSV blob anywhere in their e-mail, or even manually downloadable from their website when logged in. How is one supposed to actually make a local database of what they buy and the prices and stuff? Even just figuring out how to parse their e-mails for the total price was quite a bit of work, and I’m certain that almost nobody out there does this.

How come this was apparently overlooked, in spite of being such an important and basic thing for "e-commerce"? Am I really expected to manually input all of this data or spend countless hours figuring out their broken HTML blob and keep updating it whenever they change their e-mails, and do this for every single store I ever buy anything from?

I strongly suspect that there is some standard, probably released as an RFC in 1997 or something, but nobody wants to implement it because it means "giving away control" in their eyes?

update matching column value in anywhere in database sqlserver

I have assetid column in multiple table in my Database and Asset(main) table

I want to update all occurences of tables in all occurences of inserts in database assetid column where value has 1020 to 1

update AdminInterests set assetid = 1 where 1020 

I just want to how to apply this update for entire database all tables with one query

Ubuntu 18.4 doesn’t support Mx Anywhere Bluetooth Mouse

I have an MX Anywhere 2 bluetooth mouse. I’m running 18.04.3 LTS. But I can’t get the mouse to connect.

I’ve run the whole:

  • power on
  • power off
  • scan on
  • connnect / pair MAC Address

But I just get a

Failed to connect: org.bluez.ErrorFailed” or Failed to connect: org.bluez.ErrorAuthenticationFailed

error and I’m not sure what else to try.