Term Store – Stakeholders

This field’s description says : This information is used to track people and groups in the organization that should be notified before major changes are made to the term set. You can enter multiple users or groups.

I have placed emails of people in this box and deleted terms, modified terms and the ‘stakeholders’ never received anything. I was thinking about an email to tell you a term has been created/deleted/edited.

What is the use of this box? what it is supposed to do?

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error en store de akita

tengo problemas con el store de akita no se por que me esta mostrando la ultima entidad de una lista, tengo un servicio que me trae la lista de clientes ,despues que traiga la lista ,llena la lista al store de akita , solo me renderiza la ultima entidad. El Store:

    export interface clientState extends EntityState<Client_Bussiness>, ActiveState {  } @Injectable({   providedIn: 'root' }) @StoreConfig({ name: "clients", resettable: true, idKey:"id" }) export class clientStore extends EntityStore<clientState, Client_Bussiness>{   constructor() {     super();   } } 

El componente:

export class ViewClientsComponent implements OnInit {   index = 0;   //clients: any;   clients$  : Observable<Client_Bussiness[]>   dtTrigger: Subject<any> = new Subject();   clientSelected$  : Observable<Client_Bussiness>;    constructor(       private sandBoxClient: clientSandBox,     private clientQuery: clientQuery   ) { }    ngOnInit() {     this.clients$   = this.clientQuery.selectAll();     this.clientSelected$   = this.clientQuery.selectActive();     this.viewClient();   }   setClient(client: Client_Bussiness) {     console.log(client)     this.sandBoxClient.setActiveClient(client)   }    public viewClient() {     this.sandBoxClient.getClients();   }    deleteClient() {     let deleteClient: Client_Bussiness = this.clientQuery.getActive();     this.sandBoxClient.deleteClient(deleteClient);   }  } 

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Is it a good idea to store TOTP tokens in a (synchronised) password safe?

Bitwarden (as an example) allows you to store your TOTP tokens in it. That is: you can use the mobile app to scan the QR code that (e.g.) Amazon AWS gives you, and then it’ll generate TOTP codes.

So far, so exactly the same as Google Authenticator and similar.

Bitwarden synchronises your “vault” (to their servers by default; you can install your own server), including the TOTP … stuff. This means that your credentials (including TOTP codes) are available on all of your associated devices.

Is that a good thing, from a security point of view? It’s definitely convenient — I just got a new phone, and resetting all of my MFA tokens is … not a pleasant use of my time.

Is it a good idea to store TOTP tokens in a (synchronised) password safe?

Bitwarden (as an example) allows you to store your TOTP tokens in it. That is: you can use the mobile app to scan the QR code that (e.g.) Amazon AWS gives you, and then it’ll generate TOTP codes.

So far, so exactly the same as Google Authenticator and similar.

Bitwarden synchronises your “vault” (to their servers by default; you can install your own server), including the TOTP … stuff. This means that your credentials (including TOTP codes) are available on all of your associated devices.

Is that a good thing, from a security point of view? It’s definitely convenient — I just got a new phone, and resetting all of my MFA tokens is … not a pleasant use of my time.

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Which eCommerce payment gateway will you integrate to your online store and why?

I think it will be one of such gateways as PayPal Pro, Braintree, Authorize.Net or 2Checkout.
There is a huge amount of different, but I have read about the most used of them here. And, as a result, I stopped my choice on the above-mentioned.
What do you think about all of them and which one do you prefer? And why?
Thank you in advance!