Is the oil thrown on a creature consumed when it’s dealt fire damage and lit?

I had the idea of throwing oil flasks on enemies at level 1, then hitting them with a torch to deal a bunch of bonus fire damage.

PHB 152:

If the target takes any fire damage before the oil dries (after 1 minute), the target takes an additional 5 fire damage from the burning oil.

PHB 152:

If you make a melee attack with a burning torch and hit, it deals 1 fire damage.

A flat 6 fire damage is pretty potent at level 1, but does the oil remain or does it burn out in a flash when hit (since it has no damage over time) when hit?

If not there is potential for a dual torch wielding PC to throw down 12 fire damage per round, or for multiple PCs to deal 6 damage per torch per PC per round.

Can you use a Shalantha’s delicate disk as a thrown weapon?

Given that Shalantha’s delicate disk is a horribly awful spell which I try to avoid as much as possible, me and my group were wondering wheter or not one can use a disk as a thrown weapon.
In the spell’s description it says that in order to activate the disk you need to shatter it in a specific way.

The disk stores an imbued spell indefinitely until it is shattered (a standard action requiring only 1 point of damage or a DC 5 Strength check).

Now, while this DM here would just rule that it depends and handle each situation accordingly (for example throw on a wall: it breaks, throw on soft ground/on a enemy: roll a d100 and see if it breaks), I was wondering about a more RAW interpretation of the text about shattering it.

Do thrown breakable items (like oil flasks) do damage when they hit?

Some items, specifically acid vials, alchemist’s fire, holy water, and oil flasks, allow you to throw them at enemies for various effects. To do this, you make a ranged attack, treating the object as an improvised weapon (which normally does damage equal to 1d4 + Dexterity modifier).

However, these objects have ‘on hit’ effects, such as dealing 2d6 damage in the case of the acid vial. Are these effects in addition to the ‘improvised weapon’ damage?

How can my rust code check for exceptions thrown by calls to java code?

I have rust code that invokes a java method:

let cls = je.find_class("com/purplefrog/batikExperiment/ToPixels")?;  let width = 400; let height = 400; let rgbs = je.new_byte_array(width*height*3)?; let rgbs2:JObject = JObject::from(rgbs);  let result = je.call_static_method(cls, "renderTo", "(II[B)V", &[     JValue::from(width),     JValue::from(height),     JValue::from(rgbs2), ])?; 

When I run it I get a lot of warnings like:

WARNING in native method: JNI call made without checking exceptions when required to from CallVoidMethod     at sun.dc.pr.PathStroker.dispose(Native Method)     at sun.dc.DuctusRenderingEngine.createStrokedShape(DuctusRenderingEngine.java:108)     at java.awt.BasicStroke.createStrokedShape(BasicStroke.java:301)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.StrokeShapePainter.getPaintedArea(StrokeShapePainter.java:125)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.StrokeShapePainter.getPaintedBounds2D(StrokeShapePainter.java:134)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.CompositeShapePainter.getPaintedBounds2D(CompositeShapePainter.java:156)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.ShapeNode.getPrimitiveBounds(ShapeNode.java:238)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.AbstractGraphicsNode.getTransformedPrimitiveBounds(AbstractGraphicsNode.java:854)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.AbstractGraphicsNode.getTransformedBounds(AbstractGraphicsNode.java:820)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.CompositeGraphicsNode.getPrimitiveBounds(CompositeGraphicsNode.java:224)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.CompositeGraphicsNode.getTransformedPrimitiveBounds(CompositeGraphicsNode.java:295)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.AbstractGraphicsNode.getTransformedBounds(AbstractGraphicsNode.java:820)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.CompositeGraphicsNode.getPrimitiveBounds(CompositeGraphicsNode.java:207)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.AbstractGraphicsNode.getBounds(AbstractGraphicsNode.java:768)     at org.apache.batik.gvt.AbstractGraphicsNode.paint(AbstractGraphicsNode.java:443)     at com.purplefrog.batikExperiment.ToPixels.renderTo(ToPixels.java:49) 

How can I modify my code to check for exceptions so it will not print hundreds of these warnings?

Unexpected token error thrown by JSON parse

Need some help in figuring out this JSON error.

This is just a sample code provided in Mastercard payment gateway documentation. I am trying to test it with test data provided by the merchant. I ran the code through a validator and it doesn’t return any errors.

Here is the code I’m trying to execute.

<!DOCTYPE html> <html>     <head>         <script src="https://test-gateway.mastercard.com/checkout/version/52/checkout.js"                 data-error="errorCallback"                 data-cancel="cancelCallback">         </script>          <script type="text/javascript">             function errorCallback(error) {                   console.log(JSON.stringify(error));             }             function cancelCallback() {                   console.log('Payment cancelled');             }              Checkout.configure({                 "merchant" : "TEST",                 "order" : {                     "amount" : 1000,                     "currency" : "USD",                     "description" : "Ordered goods" ,                     "id" : 123                  },                 "interaction" : {                     "operation" : "AUTHORIZE",                      "merchant" : {                         "name" : "ABC Hotel" ,                         "address" : {                             "line1" : "some road" ,                             "line2" : "some city"                                   }                         }                 }             });          </script>     </head>     <body>         ...         <input type="button" value="Pay with Lightbox" onclick="Checkout.showLightbox();" />         <input type="button" value="Pay with Payment Page" onclick="Checkout.showPaymentPage();" />         ...     </body> </html>

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CSOM : Exception of type ‘System.OutOfMemoryException’ was thrown

I am trying to get the details of users from User Profiles using CSOM. I have a list of users in Excel file(approx 20000).

I am reading the excel file and storing data in DataTable, i am iterating over the DataTable rows and trying to get details for each of the user using CSOM.

foreach (DataRow row in Inputtbl_ExcelFile.Rows)         {             GroupCollection grps1;             User user;             i++;             string loginName = "";             try             {                 loginName = row["UserID"].ToString();                 //loginName = @"dom434567";                 #region GetUserDetails                      user = clientContext.Web.SiteUsers.GetByLoginName(loginName);                     clientContext.Load(user, user1 => user1.LoginName, user1 => user1.Email, user1 => user1.Groups, user1 => user1.Id);                      grps1 = user.Groups;                     clientContext.Load(grps1, groups => groups.Include(group => group.Title, group => group.Users, group => group.Id));                     clientContext.ExecuteQuery();                  string groupName = string.Empty;                 if (grps1.Count == 0)                     groupName = "NT AUTHORITY\authenticated users";                 foreach (Group gr in grps1)                 {                     groupName = groupName + gr.Title + ";";                 }                 #endregion                  #region UserProf                 //// PeopleManager class provides the methods for operations related to people                 PeopleManager peopleManager = new PeopleManager(clientContext);                  PersonProperties personProperties = peopleManager.GetPropertiesFor(loginName);                  clientContext.Load(personProperties);                 clientContext.ExecuteQuery();                  string Sector = personProperties.UserProfileProperties["Sector"];                 #endregion                   Outputtbl.Rows.Add(i, user.Id, loginName.Replace("i:0#.w|", ""), user.Email, groupName, "Success", Sector);              }             catch (Exception ep)             {                 Outputtbl.Rows.Add(i, "", loginName.Replace("i:0#.w|", ""), "", "", "Failed ," + ep.Message, "");                  Console.WriteLine(ep.Message);             }             clientContext.Dispose();         } 

Now the issue is after some point of time, approx after it has iterated for 2000 items or sometimes 1500 or sometimes even after 3000 items, it throws an error at line :

user = clientContext.Web.SiteUsers.GetByLoginName(loginName); 

Exception of type ‘System.OutOfMemoryException’ was thrown.

I have gone through various article on internet and I understand that this is not related physical memory space but is given slot available at one time.

Can anybody please help me understand if there is any other issue in code or if i can improve code?

System.InvalidOperationException(An exception was thrown while attempting to evaluate a LINQ query parameter expression)

I don’t know what’s wrong with my LINQ query, everything looks fine but I got above error on the following code: if (!dbcontext.AndroidUser.Any(user => user.Equals(value.UserName))) Here’s my complete code for RegisterController.cs.

 using System;  using System.Collections.Generic;  using System.Linq;  using System.Text;  using System.Threading.Tasks;  using APITesting.Models;  using APITesting.Utils;  using Microsoft.AspNetCore.Mvc;  using Newtonsoft.Json;   namespace APITesting.Controllers  {  [Route("api/[controller]")]  public class RegisterController : Controller  { NoNameRestaurantContext dbcontext = new NoNameRestaurantContext();  // POST api/<controller> [HttpPost] public string Post([FromBody]AndroidUser value) {     //First we need to check that user is existing in database.     if (!dbcontext.AndroidUser.Any(user => user.Equals                (value.UserName)))     {         AndroidUser user = new AndroidUser();         user.UserName = value.UserName;         user.Hash = Convert.ToBase64String(Common.GetRandomHash(16));         user.Password = Convert.ToBase64String(Common.HashPassword(             Encoding.ASCII.GetBytes(value.Password),             Convert.FromBase64String(user.Hash)));          //Save to Database          try         {             dbcontext.Add(user);             dbcontext.SaveChanges();             return JsonConvert.SerializeObject("Register Successfully");         }         catch (Exception ex)         {             return JsonConvert.SerializeObject(ex.Message);         }     }     else     {         return JsonConvert.SerializeObject("User is existing in Database");     }    }   }  } 

and for Common.cs class that I used to convert my password to hashPassword.

 using System;  using System.Collections.Generic;  using System.Linq;  using System.Security.Cryptography;  using System.Threading.Tasks;   namespace APITesting.Utils  {  public class Common  { /*  *   * FUNCTION TO CREATE RANDOM HASH STRING  *   */ public static byte[] GetRandomHash(int length) {     var random = new RNGCryptoServiceProvider();     byte[] hash = new byte[length];     random.GetNonZeroBytes(hash);     return hash; } /*  *   * FUNCTION TO CREATE PASSWORD WITH HASH  *   */ public static byte[] HashPassword(byte[] password, byte[] hash) {     HashAlgorithm algorithm = new SHA256Managed();     byte[] plainTextWithHashByte = new byte[password.Length + hash.Length];     for (int i = 0; i < password.Length; i++)     {         plainTextWithHashByte[i] = password[i];     }     for (int i = 0; i < hash.Length; i++)     {         plainTextWithHashByte[password.Length + i] = hash[i];     }     return algorithm.ComputeHash(plainTextWithHashByte);   }  } } 

I am following this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b6T0_j7I9CE

Does the special thrown attack of a Hammer of Thunderbolts deal damage?

The Hammer of Thunderbolts has a special thrown property:

The hammer also has 5 charges. While attuned to it, you can expend 1 charge and make a ranged weapon attack with the hammer, hurling it as if it had the thrown property with a normal range of 20 feet and a long range of 60 feet. If the attack hits, the hammer unleashes a thunderclap audible out to 300 feet. The target and every creature within 30 feet of it must succeed on a DC 17 Constitution saving throw or be stunned until the end of your next turn. The hammer regains 1d4 + 1 expended charges daily at dawn.

I suspect it is probably the case, but just to be sure:
Does the special thrown attack of a Hammer of Thunderbolts deal damage, in addition to its stated effect? (2d6+1 + Strength modifier + other bonuses if any)

Error Thrown When Toggling ‘Quick Edit’ on a List or Library

For some reason users are getting the following popup/error when toggling ‘Quick Edit’ on a list or library.

This site says…

Assertion Failed: Edit manager is still in Editing state, but focus is on the grid’s input element!

Break into debugger?

Popup Error

No errors are showing in Chrome’s developer tools console. However it is showing the following messages… (I’m not sure if they are related.)

[Violation] Added synchronous DOM mutation listener to a 'DOMSubtreeModified' event. Consider using MutationObserver to make the page more responsive. 
[Violation] 'click' handler took 34811ms 
[Violation] Forced reflow while executing JavaScript took 35ms [Violation] Forced reflow while executing JavaScript took 38ms