How to format Sharepoint Lookup Column Additional Fields

Multi-Lookup fields (more than one lookup value) can be formatted. The values come back as an array which lets us use the advanced formatting forEach option. Unfortunately, projected fields for any multi select column as primary won’t come back as an array. Instead, the values come back as a single string with a separator (;). While you can still apply formatting, you can’t deal with each value individually with the forEach as before.

I’ve provided additional details and a sample implementation of how you might solve this on this answer: https://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/a/290961/2881

In summary, we have to get creative with a series of conditional elements that are extracting values using a complex combination of if, substring, and indexOf operators. This approach does work but has some drawbacks:

  • It’s super complex to read/write
  • It can only handle a fixed set of values with each value having increasingly complex formulas to extract those values

ERROR IN in my SPFX WebPart : Module parse failed: Unexpected token You may need an additional loader to handle the result of these loaders

I have created an SPFx project with reactJS. I am using .jsx extension – functional components.

Now, the spfx webpart is already working fine, but I saw a material kit that I want to reuse its components.

When I referenced the components, I am presented with this error

(SPLoaderError.loadComponentError):
***Failed to load component (WebPart). Original error: ***Failed to load entry point from component WebPart). Original error: Module parse failed: Unexpected token (30:4)
File was processed with these loaders:
./node_modules/source-map-loader/index.js
You may need an additional loader to handle the result of these loaders.

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It seems that I cannot use the “footer” tag?

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sql server – Doing a Max Group By Query in SQL but Need Additional Columns

Okay, so my goal is to find the max velocity per athlete_id among a series of events.

So let’s say there’s athlete_1, athlete_2, and athlete_3. We have their ID Number, the Event ID, the Velocity, and the Location in the schema.

So in a total list of 10 events between all three athletes, athlete 1 may have 3 events but his max Velocity is 80. I want to return a schema that has Athlete ID, his Max Speed, but also the Location of which that specific event occurred and the specific Event ID.

So far, this my query

SELECT  athlete_id, max(velocity)
FROM events
GROUP BY athlete_id
ORDER BY max(velocity) DESC

The output gives me my desired result. It outputs

athlete_id              maxvelocity
   1                         80
   2                         79
   3                         24

Here’s the issue. I have this key info, but I want the location this event happened. I also want the event_id as well. So ideally it would look like this

athlete_id        maxvelocity      location      event_no 
   1                  80           speedpark        6842
   2                  79           patriotpark      9987
   3                  24           raymondjames     2210

The issue of course is GROUP BY. If I add other attributes, it ruins the GROUP BY. If I change my GROUP by to be GROUP by athlete_id, location, then I get the max velocity of the athletes, but the athletes have events in all different locations. So I get outputs of their id and maxvelocity per stadium. Which is what I don’t want. I just want their absolute max as well as where it happened and what’s it’s unique event no.

Can somebody help me find a relatively simple alteration to this code to get the desired results? I’ve tried searching this a lot and nothing is clicking and the code feels like it gets crazy complicated. If there’s any kind of doable workaround, I’d really appreciate it. I am using Oracle SQL Developer.

timestamp – Can Taproot be used to commit arbitrary data to chain without any additional footprint?

Yes, you can commit to data this way, but there is nothing special about Taproot here.

The Pay-to-Contract construction used to tweak the root key in Taproot is generally usable, and has in fact been used for exactly this purpose. In fact, it is one of the mechanisms used in OpenTimestamps to commit to timestamped data (including a variant sign-to-contract which makes a signature commit to data rather than a public key). It is also used in Blockstream’s Liquid pegin mechanism, where transfers from Bitcoin to Liquid pay to an address derived using a tweaked key of the federation, which commits to the transfer information.

In fact, using an additional leaf in Taproot for this is overkill, and would inevitably increase the depth in the Merkle tree for at least one other leaf – resulting in increased spending cost. Just using pay-to-contract or sign-to-contract directly on one of the public keys involved can be done with zero cost to on-chain spending policies.

Would this not significantly reduce the cost of services like colored coins, timestamping services, etc, which commit their data directly onto the chain?

Decent timestamping services already use better techniques.

For colored coins it depends whether they just need timestamping or actual publication of data. My understanding is that it’s generally the latter (as otherwise, they need another censorship-resistant channel to transfer the actual data, which could then probably be used directly).

Django Python annotate ManyToMany Relationship with additional information

my problem is the following. I have two models in the database, which I link together using a ManyToMany relationship. For the admin page I currently use “admin.TabularInline” to bind different objects to one via the graphic. I still want to specify an order in the connections, preferably numbers which represent an order for processing. A bit more figuratively described I have the model “Survey” and the model “SurveyQuestion”. So I connect many SurveyQuestions with the Survey. But I can’t specify an order, because I don’t have an additional field for it. It is not known before how many questions will be in a survey. Nor is it known which questions will be inserted. Usually they are built during the compilation of the survey and may be used later for another survey. I am grateful for every tip!

lvm – Best Practice: Add an Additional Disk to Expand Logical Volume or Expand Existing Disk

We host a client’s Oracle VMs on our Nutanix platform. To date, whenever their VMs require more space they have us add an additional vDisk which they then add to the VG in order to expand the required LV. The reason they’re doing it this way is because they don’t know how to expand a disk and its partitions inside Linux without rebooting the OS.

Of course, it is completely possible to add a disk in Linux and expand the parition, LV and filesystem while the OS is running, and in my opinion, this is the preferred method in terms of keeping things simple and linear. However, I don’t know enough about LVM on a pooled storage backend to justify this from a performance perspective.

So my question is:

How would multiple vDisks for a single LV impact I/O performance for an Oracle DB compared to using a single large vDisk on a virtualisation platform where storage from multiple physical disks are pooled together?

What additional processes and skills are involved in “Human Experience Design”?

It seems that the nature progression of the scope that is being covered by the HCI/UX design discipline has extended to “Human Experience Design”, which appears to be encompassing not just experiences for users of an application or customer of a company’s products and services but for all of humanity (as the term seems to imply).

The popularization of Service Design as a specialization involved broadening the lens of the UX scope from users interacting with an application to customers engaging with all of the company’s products and services. It also involves understanding the underlying support processes and systems and requires putting on the business analyst’s hat.

My guess is that Human Experience Design would involve investigating some of experiences that are not confined to the commercial or organisational environment, as suggested by some of the definitions provided.

Human experience looks beyond commercial needs to understand and meet
human desires such as freedom, identity and creation.

From:
https://www.ama.org/publications/MarketingNews/Pages/are-you-designing-for-human-experience.aspx

However, this does not feel like it would involve new skills or processes, but may require more focus on issues such as inclusiveness and diversity in design, accessibility, AI, IoT and other emergent technologies.

What are the skills and processes (and artifacts?) associated with Human Experience Design specifically and not found in SD, CX or UX design?

plugins – Woocommerce – Disable “Add to Cart” button (not hide), and add additional button with features

plugins – Woocommerce – Disable “Add to Cart” button (not hide), and add additional button with features – WordPress Development Stack Exchange

dnd 5e – Does Absorb Elements’ additional 1d6 get doubled on a critical hit?

You quoted the related rules about Critical Hits: let’s have a look have them with some insights (emphasis mine):

When you score a critical hit, you get to roll extra dice for the attack’s damage against the target. Roll all of the attack’s damage dice twice and add them together. Then add any relevant modifiers as normal. To speed up play, you can roll all the damage dice at once.

For example, if you score a critical hit with a dagger, roll 2d4 for the damage, rather than 1d4, and then add your relevant ability modifier. If the attack involves other damage dice, such as from the rogue’s Sneak Attack feature, you roll those dice twice as well.

Absorb Elements lets you add an extra 1d6 damage die: it is part of the damage dealt with the attack, hence you apply the rule bolded in the first paragraph. Furthermore, the second paragraph contains an example that clarifies what happens when the attack involves additional damage dice.

dnd 5e – Can the Dread Helm make additional eyes (not the wearer’s) that are attached to it glow red as well?

dnd 5e – Can the Dread Helm make additional eyes (not the wearer’s) that are attached to it glow red as well? – Role-playing Games Stack Exchange

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