## pathfinder 1e – lifesense can it detect elementals and golem extensions?

One of my player's characters is an oracle of life that has just received a sense of life. They argue that, since a golem is powered by elementals, it should be able to detect the elemental that it contains and thus detect the golems.

Would their argument hold water? Are elementals considered alive or simply animated by elemental energy, such as the negative energy undead?

## schema – SQLServer: Storing File Extensions and Normalization?

After much research, I decided to store the pdf / img / txt / doc / etc files on a web server instead of a database. However, the reference to this file will be stored in SQL Server.

Until now I have …

``````
| File_id (int) | FileName (varchar(260)) | Uploaded Date (Datetime2) | File Extension (varchar(4)) |
|---------------|-------------------------|---------------------------|-----------------------------|
| 1             | Billing Invoice         | 2019-10-20 etc            | pdf                         |
| 2             | Receipts                | 2019-10-20                | jpeg                        |
| 3             | Orders                  | 2019-10-21                | txt                         |
``````

My question is: should I store the file extension as is or create an additional table for searching and using foreign key constraints?

``````| File_id (int) | FileName (varchar(260)) | Uploaded Date (Datetime2) | File Extension (FK to extension_id) |
|---------------|-------------------------|---------------------------|-----------------------------|
| 1             | Billing Invoice         | 2019-10-20 etc            | 1                         |
| 2             | Receipts                | 2019-10-20                | 2                        |
| 3             | Orders                  | 2019-10-21                | 3                         |

| Extension_id (tinyint) | Extension (varchar(4)) |
|------------------------|------------------------|
| 1                      | pdf                    |
| 2                      | jpeg                   |
| 3                      | txt                    |
``````

I am a young computer engineer and I am concerned that too much standardization will cause later performance / readability issues, or simply clutter the database by adding useless tables.

## postgresql 12 – The installation of extensions on Postgres 12 causes startup ranking errors

I'm trying to create a new instance of Postgres 12 (debian). In trying to create `pg_stat_statements` a classification error has occurred and the database has stopped. The error follows:

``````Oct 11 18:43:57 ip-xx-xx-x-xxx xxxx(19): (10-1)  sql_error_code = 00000 LOG:  statement: CREATE EXTENSION pg_stat_statements WITH SCHEMA public
Oct 11 18:43:57 ip-xx-xx-x-xxx xxxx(19): (11-1)  sql_error_code = 42P22 ERROR:  could not determine which collation to use for string comparison
Oct 11 18:43:57 ip-xx-xx-x-xxx xxxx(19): (11-2)  sql_error_code = 42P22 HINT:  Use the COLLATE clause to set the collation explicitly.
Oct 11 18:43:57 ip-xx-xx-x-xxx xxxx(19): (11-3)  sql_error_code = 42P22 STATEMENT:  CREATE EXTENSION pg_stat_statements WITH SCHEMA public
``````

I read the release notes and realized that the ranking of some system tables had been replaced with "C" by default, but that the ranking needed to be utf-8. the `pg_stat_statements` is added through `shared_preload_libraries` in `postgresql.conf` which, in my opinion, does not allow to define the ranking online.

I've read some sources that were trying to determine where the ambiguity was, but I have not been lucky. Can I make suggestions on where I should deepen my research? Or can anyone advise on how to resolve the installed extension blocked? Thank you.

## gr.group theory – odd extensions of PSL (2, q)

There are several answers to this question concerning the extensions of the group G = PSL (2, q) of Z / 2 or Z / 4. But what I would like to know is that there are non-trivial extensions of PSL ( 2, q) by an odd order group. Since the center of G is trivial, there should be no central extension, nor any non-trivial map of the odd order group to the automorphism group of G. I am only really concerned about q a power strange of an odd prime number.

## Algebraic Theory of Numbers – Explicit Construction of Wild Abelian Inertial Extensions of Tamely's Maxified Branched Extension of \$ mathbb {Q} _p \$?

In the paper Iwasawa On Galois groups of local fields, he proves that if $$V$$ is the maximum slightly branched extension of $$mathbb {Q} _p$$with the Galois group $$Gamma$$ on its base, then its abelianized absolute group of Galois (that is, the abelianized wild inertia group of $$mathbb {Q} _p$$) sits in a short, exact sequence

$$1 to R to G to mathbb {Z} _p (1) to 1$$

or $$R$$ is the regular representation of $$Gamma$$ on the set of $$p$$transitional measures on $$Gamma$$and the action of conjugation on $$mathbb {Z} _p (1)$$ is given by the usual cyclotomic character and then the identification of $$mathbb {Z} / (p-1) (1)$$ with the $$(p-1)$$roots of the unit of the tame group of inertia. (He actually proves a similar thing on any degree $$d$$ extension of $$mathbb {Q} _p$$, or $$R$$ is replaced by $$R ^ d$$)

Can we explicitly describe the extensions associated with any quotient of this group explicitly described? In particular, I ask this question because it looks like what the extension associated with the quotient $$mathbb {Z} _p (1)$$ This should be obvious, but that's not it. the $$p$$The cyclotomic extension, after all, should have the trivial conjugation action by cyclotomy.

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## API – O365 Extensions – Attach email messages to CRM en masse via an Outlook plugin

Background – I am a PM for a SaaS company and I am responsible for monitoring our extensions. In order to gain some time and understand what can or can not be done, I thought I would do some research: NOOB alert.

I am trying to find information / documentation about the possibility of creating a plug-in (available via MS AppSource) allowing a person (user) to select and attach e-mails to their CRM in block. I know that it is possible to interact with individual emails and to send e-mails then mass Option If anyone can point me in the right direction, it would be greatly appreciated.

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