How to increase max instance for Google VPC Access Connector

How to increase max instance for Google VPC Access Connector? Because after I create it, there is no edit button to increase the max instance.

Or I have to delete and re-create it again to scale it up?

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power automate – How to understand the body object properties returned from SharePoint connector actions?

When I perform an Action using the SharePoint connector, in the Flow run area, I can see the Raw outputs that are returned from the Action, for example when using Move file:

{
    "statusCode": 200,
    "headers": {
        // header properties here  
    },
    "body": {
        "ItemId": 50,
        "Id": "%252fMyDocumentLibrary%252fTest%2bdocument_Uploader%2bName.docx",
        "Name": "Test document_Uploader Name.docx",
        "DisplayName": "Test document_Uploader Name.docx",
        "Path": "/MyDocumentLibrary/Test document_Uploader Name.docx",
        "LastModified": "2021-07-06T08:15:56Z",
        "Size": 20922,
        "MediaType": "application/vnd.openxmlformats-officedocument.wordprocessingml.document",
        "IsFolder": false,
        "ETag": ""{letters-and-numbers},4"",
        "FileLocator": "dataset=letters-and-numbers==,id=letters-and-numbers="
    }
}

Where can I find out what each of those properties refers to, so that I may pass their values to other Actions when required?

For example, if I wanted to update a file’s properties after moving it using Update file properties, the required parameters are:

Name:  Site Address, Key:  dataset  
Example: https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/sitename

Name:  Library Name, Key:  table  
SharePoint library name

Name:  Id, Key:  id  
Unique identifier of item to be updated

Name:  Item, Key:  item 
Item with changed properties

Name:  Limit Columns by View, Key:  view  
Avoid column threshold issues by only using columns defined in a view

Which ‘id’ returned from Move file should be passed through to Update file properties?

power automate – Why are field names from a Microsoft Form randomised letters and numbers when retrieving via the Microsoft Forms ‘Get Response Details’ connector?

A Microsoft Form has 4 fields of type:

  • Text
  • File Upload
  • File Upload
  • Choice

The connectors used are:

When I look at the Raw Outputs of this last step in Power Automate, the body returned by Get response details is:

"body": {
    "responder": "me@domain.com",
    "submitDate": "7/5/2021 3:17:56 AM",
    "lots-of-letters-and-numbers-1":  "text string here",
    "lots-of-letters-and-numbers-2":  [{.....}],
    "lots-of-letters-and-numbers-3":  [{.....}],
    "lots-of-letters-and-numbers-4":  "text string here"
}

This makes referencing the specific fields later in the flow difficult because they are represented by some sort of code, rather than the actual field names.

Why are field names from a Microsoft Form randomised letters and numbers when retrieving via the Microsoft Forms ‘Get Response Details’ connector?

And how can I get it to output the actual field names?

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Issue while inserting Data in Firestore using cloud workflows firestore connector with Json object coming from previous step which is a cloud function

I am trying to build a workflow where in step1 I am running a cloud function which returns a Json Object in the form of python dictionary and I want the same to be inserted in Firestore using firestore connector. But I am getting the below error:

    HTTP server responded with error code 400
    in step "create_document", routine "main", line: 27
    HTTP server responded with error code 400
    in step "create_document", routine "main", line: 28
    {
      "body": {
        "error": {
          "code": 400,
          "details": (
            {
              "@type": "type.googleapis.com/google.rpc.BadRequest",
              "fieldViolations": (
                {
                  "description": "Invalid JSON payload received. Unknown name "field1" at 'document.fields(0).value': Cannot find field.",
                  "field": "document.fields(0).value"
                },
                {
                  "description": "Invalid value at 'document.fields(1).value' (type.googleapis.com/google.firestore.v1.Value), 200",
                  "field": "document.fields(1).value"
                },
                {
                  "description": "Invalid JSON payload received. Unknown name "Alt-Svc" at 'document.fields(2).value': Cannot find field.",
                  "field": "document.fields(2).value"
                },
                {
                  "description": "Invalid JSON payload received. Unknown name "Cache-Control" at 'document.fields(2).value': Cannot find field.",
                  "field": "document.fields(2).value"
                },
                {
                  "description": "Invalid JSON payload received. Unknown name "Content-Length" at 'document.fields(2).value': Cannot find field.",
                  "field": "document.fields(2).value"
                },
                {
                  "description": "Invalid JSON payload received. Unknown name "Content-Type" at 'document.fields(2).value': Cannot find field.",
                  "field": "document.fields(2).value"
                },
                {
                  "description": "Invalid JSON payload received. Unknown name "Date" at 'document.fields(2).value': Cannot find field.",
                  "field": "document.fields(2).value"
                } 

This is how my workflow looks like

main:
    params: (args)
    steps:
        - step1:
            call: http.get
            args:
                url: https://XXXXXXXXXXXXX.cloudfunctions.net/step1-workflow
                query:
                    bucket_name: ${args.bucket_name}
                    blob_name: ${args.blob_name}
            result: key_val
        - step2:
            assign:
                - project_id: ${sys.get_env("GOOGLE_CLOUD_PROJECT_ID")}
                - collection: "a-dummy-collection"
                - document: "new7-dummy-document"
        - create_document:
            call: googleapis.firestore.v1.projects.databases.documents.createDocument
            args:
                collectionId: ${collection}
                parent: ${"projects/" + project_id + "/databases/(default)/documents"}
                query: 
                    documentId: ${document}
                body: 
                    fields: ${key_val}
            result: inserted

if in place of ${key_val} I use simple json {“field1”: {“stringValue”: “str1″},”field2”: {“integerValue”: 10}} it works fine and data gets inserted in the Firestore but if I try to use the object from variable ${key_val} which is in the same structure as mentioned json it gives error.

java – Como resolver critica do SONARqube: Read of unwritten field connector

Em minha classe no método findRecursosMensagem() o SONARqube faz uma crítica, mas não entendi o que deve ser corrigido. Poderiam me ajudar a entender o que deve ser feito?

public class LoginController extends AbstractController  implements AuthenticationProvider, Serializable {
    private static final long serialVersionUID = 1L;
        
    @Resource(name = "messageSource")
    protected MessageSource messageSource;
    
    @Inject
    private IntegracaoService integracaoService;

    @RequestMapping(method = RequestMethod.GET)
    public ModelAndView index() {
        return new ModelAndView("login");
    }

    @ResponseBody
    @RequestMapping(value = "/logar", method = RequestMethod.POST, produces = MediaType.APPLICATION_JSON_VALUE)
    public Autenticacao logar(@RequestBody AutenticacaoDMN autenticacao, HttpServletRequest request){
        request.getSession().invalidate();
        autenticacao.setSistema(SISTEMA);
        Autenticacao autenticacaoRetorno = integracaoService.login(autenticacao);
        if (autenticacaoRetorno.isAutenticado()) {
            autenticacao.setIdUsuario(autenticacaoRetorno.getIdUsuario());
            integracaoService.setUserAutenticate(autenticacao, request);
        }
        
        return autenticacaoRetorno;
    }   

    private List<Map<String, Object>>  findRecursosMensagem(){
        Map<String, Object> args = new HashMap<>();
        args.put("chave", "MensagemCovid");
        List<Map<String, Object>> mensagem = null;
        mensagem = connector.findServicoReturnList(args, "lms.radar.usuarioFacade.findRecursosMensagem");
        return mensagem;        
    }
}

mensagem/crítica do SONARqube

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I need to alter Elasticsearch query before executing it to include functions, but I can not find any hooks to do that.

wireless networking – What is the name of this connector (2x) of an internal Laptop WIFI card? (Dell Inspiron 7548)

What is the name of this connector on top of my internal WIFI card (it looks like a very tiny version of a coaxial connector)? The ones on top labelled WLAN. It goes to the WIFI antenna.

I need to buy that connector or a cable with such a connector already attached/mounted. What is the correct name for that?

DELL WIFI card


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adapter – What s the name of that 6 pin fan connector?

I m having a special system fan type in my computer which is very noisy (between 60 to 75 Db with vendor provided fans). But if nothing is plugged on it the computer refuse to run.
Here a what the plug looks like on the fan

From the computer s doc (I wasn t able to find the fan specific model)

If pin 5 is linked to ground, the bmc will detect the fan as present, but this is not enough, so I tried to link pin 3 to pin 4 in order to fake rotation speed but the system still detects this as a faulting system fan and refuse to run in that case as if no fans where plugged.

What can be the proper way to fake the fan presence? Or what s the name of that type of connector so I can buy an adpter which would let me running a much more silent/acceptable fan for my neighbors?

nikon – What is the configuration for a D70s / MC-DC1 connector?

I have an old D70s, and I’d like to trigger it using the wired remote shutter port from a computerized device like a Sabre (which doesn’t provide an adapter for this camera) or an Arduino. The connector type is a MC-DC1. It’s used with a four wire remote, but Nikon doesn’t provide any technical specifications.

I imagine that, since there is no power source in the trigger, it’s as simple as shorting two wires together to trigger a shutter release. But what are the other two wires for? I also want to see if anyone has any experience with this before shorting wires together in case there is any possibility of damage.

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