Requesting files in paged order of name from SharePoint Library using pnp js

I am currently developing a web part that displays files in a document library in a table ordered by File name,

If this were a standard list I could use pnp js to OrderBy ‘Title’ but as the ‘Title’ field is null by default this is not possible without getting the full library contents that I can see.

I am currently using the list pnp js command to get items for the list associated with the library, then for each item using the .expand ‘File’ command to get the file name, this is fine for small libraries but will not scale very well.

Has anyone tried anything similar or have any other suggestions?

Requesting files in paged order of name from SharePoint Library using pnp js

I am currently developing a web part that displays files in a document library in a table ordered by File name,

If this were a standard list I could use pnp js to OrderBy ‘Title’ but as the ‘Title’ field is null by default this is not possible without getting the full library contents that I can see.

I am currently using the list pnp js command to get items for the list associated with the library, then for each item using the .expand ‘File’ command to get the file name, this is fine for small libraries but will not scale very well.

Has anyone tried anything similar or have any other suggestions?

Ubuntu 18.04, systemd-networkd, DHCP and requesting 192.168.0.2 from DHCP server

I’m using systemd to configure two network interfaces. One using DHCP and another with static IP(v4 address).

# systemctl --version systemd 237 +PAM +AUDIT +SELINUX +IMA +APPARMOR +SMACK +SYSVINIT +UTMP +LIBCRYPTSETUP +GCRYPT +GNUTLS +ACL +XZ +LZ4 +SECCOMP +BLKID +ELFUTILS +KMOD -IDN2 +IDN -PCRE2 default-hierarchy=hybrid 

I’m using the following network configuration:

eth0:

# cat /etc/systemd/network/lan0.network [Match]     Name=eth0 [Network]     DHCP=ipv4     LLDP=no [DHCP]     ClientIdentifier=mac 

eth1:

 # cat /etc/systemd/network/lan1.network  [Match]     Name=eth1  [Link]     RequiredForOnline=no  [Network]     ConfigureWithoutCarrier=true     Address=192.168.1.2/24 

Bootloader (grup options to the kernel):

GRUB_CMDLINE_LINUX="ipv6.disable=1 net.ifnames=1 biosdevname=0" 

which disable IPv6 and enable old school device names.

# journalctl -b -u systemd-networkd Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: Flags change: +LOWER_UP +RUNNING Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: Sent message type=signal sender=n/a destination=n/a path=/org/freedesktop/network1/link/_32 interface=org.freedesktop.DBus Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: Gained carrier Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: Acquiring DHCPv4 lease Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x70153129): STARTED on ifindex 2 Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: Sent message type=signal sender=n/a destination=n/a path=/org/freedesktop/network1 interface=org.freedesktop.DBus.Properti Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x70153129): DISCOVER Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x70153129): OFFER Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x70153129): REQUEST (requesting) Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x70153129): ACK Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x70153129): lease expires in 57s Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x70153129): T2 expires in 50s Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x70153129): T1 expires in 29s Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: DHCPv4 address 192.168.0.2/24 via 192.168.0.100 Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: Updating address: 192.168.0.2/24 (valid for 1min) Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: Sent message type=signal sender=n/a destination=n/a path=/org/freedesktop/network1/link/_32 interface=org.freedesktop.DBus Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: Sent message type=signal sender=n/a destination=n/a path=/org/freedesktop/network1 interface=org.freedesktop.DBus.Properti Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: DHCP error: could not get routes: No data available Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: Configured Aug 06 14:01:52 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: Sent message type=signal sender=n/a destination=n/a path=/org/freedesktop/network1/link/_32 interface=org.freedesktop.DBus Aug 06 14:02:22 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x70153129): REQUEST (renewing) Aug 06 14:02:43 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x70153129): REQUEST (rebinding) Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x70153129): EXPIRED Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: DHCP lease lost Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: Removing address 192.168.0.2 Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x13958afa): DISCOVER Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: Removing address: 192.168.0.2/24 (valid for 3s) Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: Sent message type=signal sender=n/a destination=n/a path=/org/freedesktop/network1/link/_32 interface=org.freedesktop.DBus Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: Sent message type=signal sender=n/a destination=n/a path=/org/freedesktop/network1 interface=org.freedesktop.DBus.Properti Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x13958afa): OFFER Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x13958afa): REQUEST (requesting) Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x13958afa): ACK Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x13958afa): lease expires in 9min 57s Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x13958afa): T2 expires in 8min 43s Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: DHCP CLIENT (0x13958afa): T1 expires in 4min 59s Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: DHCPv4 address 10.0.0.98/24 via 10.0.0.1 Aug 06 14:02:49 testpcdk458 systemd-networkd[518]: eth0: Updating address: 10.0.0.98/24 (valid for 10min) 

Why is the DHCP client trying to request 192.168.0.2 twice? Where does this come from? The DHCP server finally gives 10.0.0.98 as specified in its configuration, but this is a waste of time.

This is a test system and I need it to start quickly. The problem is not functional, but how long it takes to configure the interface using DHCP.

Macports: A port is requesting an older version of clang – will a newer one work?

I’m attempting to install neovim. When I run sudo port install neovim, it proceeds to install clang-3.7. However, port rdeps neovim doesn’t show clang-3.7 as a dependency. So none of neovim’s recursive dependencies require clang-3.7, correct? What’s causing the install of clang-3.7?

I have clang-4.0 and clang-5.0 installed. Will these work?

What is the purpose of a requesting a non existent resource

nwolb.com the site for Natwest Online Banking (a UK based bank) makes two requests to non existent resources. For example:

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https://82.13.77.77:4531/NonExistentImage20297.gif https://127.0.0.1:4817/NonExistentImage25060.gif

What is the purpose of this? Is it some kind of webapp security hardening? It seems the port numbers and image numbers change but the ip addresses (external and loopback) do not.

Is it possible to verify the requesting user for a REST transaction secured by JWT at a later date?

I have a React (Javascript) single-page application that authenticates users via username/password/MFA to Keycloak, receives a signed JWT upon successful authentication, and then uses that JWT to call stateless/session-less REST services.

With this setup, or with additional “moving parts” to be added to the overall system, is there a way to at a later date to assert that a certain user identity was responsible for a transaction? Assume that we are able to store any/all data that is in-context (i.e., is part of the REST call for the transaction) at the time the transaction is requested.

Thanks to @alnbhclyn for their thoughts below. I think I need to clarify — the key gap above seems to be the link between a JWT and the specific contents of a transaction. Is there a means of “signing” the transaction with the JWT or some part thereof such that a positive link between the two can be made at any point in the future?

Requesting from HTTP Server to HTTP Client’s IP

I have two pieces of HTTP-based network software: 1. Delphi 7 app which periodically reads some data from serial port and sending it to a Web Server using HTTP. 2. Web Application which is primarily saves data from the Delphi app to a database and visualizing some reports using this data.

The issue is to request data from a user using the Web interface asking the Delphi app. My idea is to use HTTP Server at the Delphi side and to send request to it from the Web App. The hardest question for me is how the Web App would know Delphi App’s IP? If both are in the same sub-network then no problem at all. But if the Delphi App under a router with a static or dynamic address then the only way to find out its IP is to get it from initial HTTP Request (Delphi App => Web App).

Is it possible to send HTTP request from the HTTP Server to HTTP Client IP’s Server?

Thanks in advance.

What IP Address do I get from Requesting a Public IP Address?

I’ve been running the command curl https:ipinfo.io/ip to get my public IP address, and it gives the same address bot for my server downstairs and my personal computer upstairs.

I’m guessing that I’m getting my router’s IP address instead.

Assuming that I set my router to a static IP address from the WAN, and have sufficient port forwarding, would this be sufficient for off-site access?

Am I scamed? FA exchange trading company is fraud? They are requesting taxes

Are those thieves? https://www.faexchange.com/ I have created a balance of BTC with them and they now request to pay taxes in order to be able to withdraw my profit so I am worried about and wonder why they do no keep the taxes from my earnings?

Additionally to report that they do not allow any withdrawal until they receive the taxes however I have found out that they are included at “bad list” https://badbitcoin.org/thebadlist/index.htm I do not have a bitcoin wallet; but FA exchange never advised me to open one. Should I create one and request from them to transfer the bitcoins there? What about the taxes in this case, should be deducted?

Any kind of advice on how to continue further on to cash/ redeem my Bitcoin would be usable.