I have been doing this since some months ago.
Export the CQWP and adding some fields in the property
When importing I get:
The file you imported is not valid. Verify that the file is a Web Part description file (
*.webpart or *.dwp) and that it contains well-formed XML.
Has something changed?
As titled. I thought of using Depth First Search (DFS) to find all possible paths in O(|V|+|E|). However, computing the product of all the edge weights for a path is O(2^N). Is there any way to compute this more efficiently?
For some reason i access my internet through a HTTP proxy.
Is there a way to tunnel my whole Linux machine (currently am using ubuntu 18.04) through http proxy.
If i change proxy setting in the Ubuntu Network Settings the http proxy only works on the browsers. Other apps are left out.
My current workaround is using a Linux VPN CLI which allows connecting through a http_proxy then tunnel the whole machine through VPN traffic (a service i really dont need)…this is also a bit costly since i have to pay for the VPN.
I am guessing using stunnel might work since i noted Linux VPN CLI use stunnel??
I have heard that there will always be vulnerabilities in codes, softwares. However i don’t understand why it is not possible to have an exploit free software,if companies keep updating their software, eventually there will be no vulnerabilities, right?
I’m trying to view the file’s MD5 checksum next to the file. How is it possible?
As a Master of Many Forms, I recently started to use the Harpoon Spider as a form.
Full attack is :
Bite +11 melee and 2 fangs +2 ranged
The ex attack harpooning works like this
Harpooning (Ex): A dread harpoon spider can fire its harpoonlike fangs up to 20 feet (no range increment). A successful hit deals 1d6+1 points of damage as the harpoon hooks the flesh of the target and immediately exudes a thick, sticky glue. The spider can reel in a harpoon as a free action; treat this as a trip attack (+19 bonus) against any creature attached to the fang. Failure indicates that the harpoon rips free (and deals another 1d6+1 points of damage to the victim). This ability is otherwise like the ordinary harpoon spider’s harpooning ability.
Now, the question is, would it be possible to use the harpoon first, reel the target in and then bite, all in a full attack? Or do I have to wait until the next turn to bite?
Is it possible to fool an animal companion impersonating its owner? For example, if a druid is fighting with his party and its animal companion – let’s say a wolf – would its opponent be able to get the wolf attack an ally of the druid imitating the druid’s voice?
If it is possible, how can it be done? Is a skill check on Handle animal or Bluff a good way?
I have an out-of-the-box SharePoint 2010 site and want to implement a Knowledge Base in the form of a simple list. This should be straight-forward.
However, if I have a column in the list, say ‘Appliance’, can I then have an Appliance-specific version of the list on another page, i.e.
the list only displays list entries where the Appliance is a hard-coded type, e.g. ‘Washing Machine’
the Appliance column is not shown
when adding a new entry, the Appliance field is set to ‘Washing Machine’ and is not shown
That last point is not essential, but if the Appliance field is shown then it should default to ‘Washing Machine’
So one ‘master’ list, but several views on different Appliance-specific pages
I have been learning about SharePoint and Provider-Hosted Apps recently. Based on some videos and tutorials, I have seen most having a site with a SPHostURL. I was able to recreate that as well.
Then heard displaying multiple apps in an iFrame. (See image)
When clicking on a hyperlink to the app, the app displays into the iFrame. The right side has the SharePoint calendar, or other client side lists that the Provider-Hosted app can communicate with,e.g. selecting dates, looking up contact details, notes.
For example if one app is a project tracker, then setting a deadline in the app shows in the SharePoint calendar.
Is this method easily possible and is it effectively?
What is the best approach for Provider Hosted Apps?
I found a website that has a well implemented CORS configuration, but for some reason i am able to insert 2 Origin headers in a POST request, and both of this values are reflected in the reponse.
so if i try:
Host: example.com Connection: close Origin: https://evil.com Origin: https://example.com
The response will be:
HTTP/1.1 200 OK access-control-allow-origin: https://evil.com,https://example.com access-control-allow-credentials: true
Is there any way to set this in a payload to be able to exploit this? How could i set the origin value for both of this to exploit it?