ValidateUpdateListItem method is changing the item into draft ve

I am using the following snippet and even if minor versioning is disabled and enabled an issue of changing entire library items moderation status to pending state is also happening. Please suggest a workaround. (also tried disable and enable moderation – this changes entire library items to change to approved state)

PagesList.ForceCheckout = false;

PagesList.EnableMinorVersions = false;


//update the values in the lib var formValues = new List();

formValues.Add(new ListItemFormUpdateValue() { FieldName = “NumberOfViews”, FieldValue = viewCount.ToString() });

formValues.Add(new ListItemFormUpdateValue() { FieldName = “Modified”, FieldValue = formattedDate });

currPageItem.ValidateUpdateListItem(formValues,false,string.Empty);//tried with both false and true flag

//set the checkout property to true once update is done PagesList.ForceCheckout = true;

PagesList.EnableMinorVersions = true;


Jenkins RSS feed into sharepoint 2010

Absolute noob here. We have recently been issued a Team Sharepoint site and I am trying to learn the ropes. They’ve given me wide ranging rights so I can learn and pass it along.

My team is wanting to include an RSS feed from Jenkins so that they know what is in our different environments.

When I paste in the RSS feed I am getting “Enter a valid RSS feed address.”

Any ideas on how to make this work? Or some other way of accomplishing what they are wanting?

Dual boot loading into Windows 10

I’m a beginner so bear with me. I had my laptop come with OEM Windows 10 UEFI/GPT (whatever that is). I read online that I need to install Ubuntu according to UEFI not MBR, so I followed this guide. I had my Windows 10 installed on the SSD with it’s own EFI, Recovery, OS partitions. I installed Ubuntu on the HDD with EFI, Swap, /, /home partitions. After it’s done installing I reboot and it boots to windows. I tried installing grub it’s not working. I tried changing boot priority but only Windows shows up there. I tried bcdedit /set {bootmgr} path /EFI/ubuntu/grubx64.efi. That also didn’t work. Please help me out! I natively work on Mac tho.

PDO INSERT INTO with SELECT no agrega registros a la base de datos phpmyadmin

La cadena “INSERT INTO admin_history (user_id, username, usernick, userlevel, delete_user_id) SELECT user_id, username, usernick, userlevel, delete_user_id FROM user WHERE (user_id =: user_id)” no escribirá datos en la base de datos.

Si en lugar de: user_id sustituye la identificación existente, el registro funciona.

No escribí el código yo mismo, tomé aquí e intenté agregar la capacidad de ver el historial de cambios en el sitio

include($  _SERVER['DOCUMENT_ROOT'].'/sql_connect.php');  if(isset($  _POST['user_id'])) {     $  new_id = $  _POST['new_id'];     $  user_id = $  _POST['user_id'];     $  username = $  _POST['username'];     $  usernick = $  _POST['usernick'];     $  userlevel = $  _POST['userlevel'];     $  delete_user_id = $  _POST['delete_user_id'];     for($  count = 0; $  count < count($  user_id); $  count++)     {         $  data = array(             ':new_id'   => $  new_id[$  count],             ':user_id'   => $  user_id[$  count],             ':username'  =>  $  username[$  count],             ':usernick'  =>  $  usernick[$  count],             ':userlevel'  =>  $  userlevel[$  count],             ':delete_user_id'  =>  $  delete_user_id[$  count]     );     $  query0 = "INSERT INTO admin_history (user_id, username, usernick, userlevel, delete_user_id) SELECT user_id, username, usernick, userlevel, delete_user_id FROM user WHERE (user_id = :user_id)";     $  statement0 = $  connect->prepare($  query0);     $  statement0->execute($  data);     $  query1 = "UPDATE user SET user_id = :new_id, username = :username, usernick =:usernick, userlevel = :userlevel, delete_user_id = :delete_user_id WHERE (user_id = :user_id)";     $  statement1 = $  connect->prepare($  query1);     $  statement1->execute($  data);     $  query2 = "DELETE FROM user WHERE delete_user_id=1";     $  statement2 = $  connect->prepare($  query2);     $  statement2->execute($  data);     } } 

Escriba cuál es la mejor manera de hacerlo si deseo guardar muestras múltiples durante INSERT INTO para que todos los registros modificados seleccionados en la casilla de verificación se escriban en la base de datos.

Write $(date) Into File Using Cron and Bash Shell Script

Ubuntu 18.04 running as guest on MacOS 10.14.3. Hypervisor: VMWare Fusion 10

Objective: Every minute, append the date/time into a file

Status: Script runs every minute, inserting a blank new line into the text file. The date is not included. That is the problem

When the script is run from the command line, using the same account as the account on the crontab, the date is added to the file, no problem.

Apparent Problem: Echoing date to file works from command line, but same command from cron does not produce date

This is the script that runs every minute in cron.

#!/bin/bash target_file='/home/dan/timestamps' echo $  (date)  >>  $  target_file 

This is the cron entry

crontab -e  PATH=/bin/bash: *       *       *       *       *       /home/dan/ 

RESULTS When running three times from command line, then viewing the target file:

$   cat /home/dan/timestamps Sat Aug 17 18:31:12 CDT 2019 Sat Aug 17 18:31:33 CDT 2019 Sat Aug 17 18:31:34 CDT 2019 

Then waiting three minutes, to let it run three times in cron, then viewing the target file: (same as above, except three new blank lines after the dates.)

Problems Considered .. file permissions. To address this, here is the file as it is listed with permissions and owner:group:

-rwxrwxrwx 1 dan dan  157 Aug 17 18:43 timestamps* 

.. Script not running in cron. Resolved: script is proven to run by the fact that modified time on the file changes at the start of every minute and the file gets a new blank line at the same time.

I cannot think of an explanation for the date not being added to the file when the script is run by cron instead of the command line.

Any ideas would be appreciated.

Thank you.

Does using the Lucky Feat to tranform disadvantage into super-advantage still work with a net?

In this question, it can be seen that using a luck point when doing something at a disadvantage essentially transforms it into super-advantage.

Does this specific strategy still works when throwing a net (which, by default, are always at a disadvantage due to their 5ft short range) ?

How to transform an arbitrary graph into a fixed vector representation?

Actuality I work in computer vision, specifically on a problem known as “scene graph modeling.” This problem aims to convert an image $ I$ in a graph $ G=(V,E)$ where the nodes $ V$ represent the objects (and the features) in scene and the edges $ E$ the relationships between objects. An interesting paper on this topic is Graph R-CNN for Scene Graph Generation (Note that unlike of only to detect the objects in an image, the scene graph aims to capture the contextual information of image). A graph is a mathematics structure rich in information, and it would be very interesting to integrate graphs in a machine learn approach. In order to achieve this task is necessary to transform a graph in a vector representation. Some works that intend solve this problem are the following:

  • SEMI-SUPERVISED CLASSIFICATION WITH GRAPH CONVOLUTIONAL NETWORKS: The problem with this algorithm is that assumes a fix number of nodes. After training, this algorithm take a graph $ G=(V,E)$ as input  (whit $ N$ nodes, that is, $ |V|=N$ ) and outputs a fixed vector representation.
  • graph2vec: Learning Distributed Representations of Graphs: This algorithm is flexible due to permit build a vector representation from a graph $ G$ without restrict the number of nodes. However, it needs to know the whole space graph. That is, given a set $ G=\{g_{1},g_{2},\dots,g_{i},\dots,g_{m}\}$ , where $ g_{i}$ is the i-th graph, this algorithm builds a vectorial representation $ V=\{v_{1},v_{2},\dots,v_{i},\dots,v_{m}\}$ , where $ v_{i}$ is the i-th vector associated with the graph $ g_{i}$ . This algorithm is originally proposed to text analysis, where the features in nodes are of low dimension, I do not know if it can work using high dimension features in nodes. 

I would like to know if there is another simple algorithm that allows me to convert any graph into a fixed vector representation.

When a druid reverts to their normal form having wild shaped into a Large beast, can they choose which square they occupy?

When a druid reverts to their normal form they appear where their beast shape was. But if their beast shape was Large and their normal form is Medium, can they choose which of the four squares they reappear in?

For example if a druid wild-shaped into a Polar Bear (occupying 4 squares) and was engaged in melee with several opponents standing in a line, when their beast shape drops to 0 hit points can they choose for their normal form to appear in a square that isn’t adjacent to those opponents?

Depending on the placement of enemies, this allows a druid low on temporary HP to retreat without taking opportunity attacks and take an action on the same turn, rather than spending their action disengaging.

Is it any different if they leave wild shape as a bonus action, or cease to concentrate on a polymorph spell?