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Executing a shortcode with a modified variable

I'm a newbie on wordpress … please help … i can't get this code to work … the shortcode (datatable} is a plugin shortcode (so it exists)

Worpress page:

      

CUSTOM JS:

function customidnr(idnr, sc) {
  var input;
  if (idnr !== undefined && idnr !== 0) {
    input = idnr;
  } else {
    input = document.getElementById("clientidnr").value;
  }

  var data = {
    'action': 'custom_id_nr',
    'idnr': input
  };

  jQuery.post("/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php", data, function(response) {
    // whatever you need to do; maybe nothing
  });

}

THEME – functions.php

add_action( 'wp_ajax_nopriv_custom_id_nr', 'custom_id_nr' );
add_action( 'wp_ajax_custom_id_nr', 'custom_id_nr' );
function custom_id_nr() {
    $idnr = intval( $_POST('idnr') );
    echo do_shortcode('(datatable id=30 var1=".$idnr.")');
    wp_die();
}

8 – The getQueryString method of Symfony does not return the modified query parameters

The Symfony Request object has a request property of type
ParameterBag, this maintains an iterable list of parameters. However, the ParameterBag is not directly translatable into a query string. This causes problems when you try to use the getQueryString () method after changing the ParameterBag parameters.

Solution 1 – Create a new query string:

   $request = Drupal::request();
   $parameter_bag = $request->query;
   $parameter_bag->remove('destination');

   // This has to be http_build_query() because
   // Drupal::request()->getQueryString() returns the original query string
   // but here we need the modified query string (without destination).
   $query = http_build_query($parameter_bag->all());

Solution 2 – Update all global variables:

    Drupal::request()->query->remove('destination');
    Drupal::request()->overrideGlobals();
    $query = Drupal::request()->getQueryString();

Reference to overrideGlobals ()

The main problem is that getQueryString() returns the global server variable query string that does not reflect changes to the parameter bag. Editing parameters is no longer as simple as it used to be. We must either create a new query string or replace ALL of the global variables. In my particular use case, I thought that overwriting all the globals was too wide and that it would overwrite all the modifications that other modules were implementing on which our specific code doesn’t There is no control, so I opted for solution 1 above as it is generally a safer code to set up.

My two options for solving this problem the right way are:

1) ParameterBag needs a method to build a query string

2) The request object must be able to return changed request parameters. Probably by deprecating / defaulting the existing function to return the output of a new function called getQueryStringOriginal () and creating another new function called getQueryStringModified ().

nodejs – Validate that there is no more section when it is modified

I am trying to validate in an API with Nodejs to consume from Angular that there is no more section when I modify it from a list of sections. Example: I have section 1, section 2, section 3, section 4, sections can be changed and / or deleted. But if I want to edit section 2 and put section 1, I have to validate that it cannot be entered and warn the user with a message. If you need more code, let me know, the delete and add functions work fine, even modify, but I couldn't find this validation via the findOne method.
I hope you can help me, thank you very much.

modSeccion = (req, res) => {
const data = req.body;
const schema = Joi.object().keys({
  seccionid: Joi.optional(),
  nombre: Joi.string()
    .min(1)
    .max(255)
    .required(),
  letra: Joi.required()
});

Joi.validate(data, schema, (err, value) => {
  if (err) {
    return res.status(422).json({
      status: "error",
      message: err.message,
      data: data
    });
  } else {

    m_seccion
      .update(
        {
          nombre: req.sanitize(req.body.nombre),
          letra: req.sanitize(req.body.letra)
        },

        { returning: true, where: { id: req.params.id } }
      )
        //Validacion
      .findOne({
        where:{ id: req.params.id, nombre: req.body.nombre}
     }, function(err, updated){

        if(err){
            console.log(String(err));
            res.sendStatus(500);
        }

        if(!updated){
            return console.log(res.json({
                status:false,
                message:'Ya existe una seccion con ese nombre',
                data: ()
            }))
        }

     })
     //Fin
      .then(function((rowsUpdate, (updatedBook))) {
        return res.json({ status: true, message: "ok", data: updatedBook })
      });
    }
});

};

seo – URL modified for a page indexed by Googlebot. Will redirect 301 from the old URL to the new one. But what to do with my sitemap?

I plan to change a URL for one of the pages of my site.

Example:

Of: https://www.example.com/old-post-slug

AT: https://www.example.com/new-post-slug

The point is, Google has already indexed the old URL: https://www.example.com/old-post-slug

And from these DOCs, we see that to avoid losing page ranking, we have to answer with a 301 - Moved permanently from the old URL pointing to the new URL.

https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/6033049?hl=en

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QUESTION

I get that I should redirect (301) from the old URL to the new one. So when Google re-explores, it will see this change. But what should appear on my site map? The old URL or the new one? Or both?

I tend to think that it would be better to keep only the new URL on my sitemap. But what if Google crawls the new URL before seeing the redirect from the old one? Wouldn't the new page URL start as a new page (from a Google index point of view) with zero ranking points? How does Googlebot handle this? What is the recommended practice?

Are HTML files modified with Word cross-browser compatible?

I am editing a simple Word file (no images, etc.) and want to put it on my website so that it is accessible to all visitors. So far I have exported it to PDF and it has worked well. But to avoid each time having to export to PDF format, I think of saving the file in "Filtered HTML" format, which can be directly edited with Word. My question is: is such an HTML file readable by all current browsers on all computers?

sharepoint online – Modified layout does not update ASPX

I have made changes to my .html, checked in and posted the changes, but the .aspx is not updating. The modified dates are:

HTML
1/13/2020 231p

ASPX
1/10/2020 240p

This is SharePoint Online. Anyone know how to synchronize them and have ASPX regenerated?

theme development – How to display the modification date of the last modified message in wordpress?

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Windows – Modified Robocopy script from network share to local share and it stopped connecting

Original job code that copied files from one server to another and saved the activity

  • Line 1: net use Y: "\192.168.100.94SQL_Backups"

  • Line 2: net use Z: "\192.168.100.94SQL_Backups_Logs"

  • Line 3: set sourcepath=C:Program FilesMicrosoft SQL ServerMSSQL11.MSSQLSERVERMSSQLBackup

  • Line 4: set destinationpath=Y:

  • Line 5: set logpath=Z:

  • Line 6: set filename=SQL_Backup_Job_%date:~-4,4%-%date:~-10,2%-%date:~-7,2%#%time::=-%.txt

  • Line 7: robocopy "%sourcepath%" "%destinationpath%" /MIR /V /ETA /R:0 /W:0 /COPYALL /LOG:"%logpath%%filename%" /NP

I then connected a USB stick to the source server and deleted lines 1 and 2

Then changed lines 4 and 5 as follows …

Now the copy still works, but no longer logs activity – the log file is not even created

Any help is appreciated

functional analysis – Reciprocal expansion of the modified Bessel function

I read the document https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1742-6596/937/1/012047/pdf using the kerin series, s, says the author, but I have never heard of this series, the conditions are that the zeros of the function must be simple, it looks like the theorem of mittag leffler ?? what if the zeros are not simple it's still coorect ?? I see other series like
$$ frac {1} {J_0 (x)} = sum _ {k = 1} ^ { infty} – frac {2 (x-1) (x + 1) j_ {0, k}} { left (j_ {0, k} -1 right) left (j_ {0, k} +1 right) left (x-j_ {0, k} right) left (j_ {0, k } + x right) J_1 left (j_ {0, k} right)} – ​​ frac {-x-1} {2 J_0 (1)} – frac {x-1} {2 J_0 (1) }
$$
that improve the above paper