What is the normal procedure for a photographer to get his CMYK photo?

I am a budding photographer.
I take the photos I want to print in CMYK for a magazine.

Should I take the photo, then painfully convert the photo to RGB in CMYK?
Is there no ready-to-use solution to handle this for me?

security – Standard procedure for changing the name of the domain owner after the name change in at least one country of citizenship

I have a website on which I consider changing the domain. ccTLDs at gTLDs (.com).

I am a citizen of a state X that I recognize as a failed criminal union, like a state. This is the only citizenship I have at the present time and I doubt to have another one in the next 10 years.
I now live in another state (state Y) as a temporary resident.
I am considering changing my last name as it appears in the X State Passport.
State X allows its citizens to change their first name and / or family name inside and outside its borders (outside its consulates general); from 2019, it could take up to a month inside and out, it could take up to a year).

Say that I buy a gTLDs domain through an ICANN-authorized international domain registry (such as Namecheap or Go dad) and after a while, I change my name and I get a new passport (with a new passport number although in the passport of the state X, the previous passport numbers are listed in a new passport of less than 7 years – with or without a name change,
Is there a mandatory standard procedure imposed by ICANN at such international domain registrar offices, to update both its database and its database? ICANN, at the request of a client who has changed his / her first name and / or last name as the domain owner and inquires of this procedure put this client on a risk of losing the domain through a legal or bureaucratic reason or breaching a software fraud?

Why does the stored procedure take longer while normal query execution (MYSQL)?

I have a stored procedure that returns simple, but takes more than 16 seconds when I call it, but only 0.5 seconds, if I execute this by normal query.

Procedure

    DELIMITER $$
DROP PROCEDURE IF EXISTS `local_db`.`getAllMatchedStockByCompany` $$
CREATE
    PROCEDURE `local_db`.`getAllMatchedStockByCompany`(
    IN Company_ID BIGINT(20)
    )
    BEGIN
        SELECT t1.*
    FROM ((SELECT t2.SRTitle,t2.UrlPart,t2.ScheduledTime,t2.Photo,TRIM(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(SUBSTRING_INDEX(REPLACE(fnStripTags(t2.SRDescription),' ',''),' ',
            30), 'rntrnrnt', ''),'rntrnt',''),'rnt',''),'’',''))AS Description, 'stock-research' AS from_tbl,t2.IsActive
           ,t2.CompanyID FROM t2
          ) UNION
          (SELECT t3.ReportTitle,t3.UrlPart,t3.CreatedDate,t3.ReportImage,TRIM(REPLACE(REPLACE(SUBSTRING_INDEX(REPLACE(fnStripTags(t3.Description),' ',''),' ',
                30),'rntrnt',''),''','`')),IF(t3.SpecialReport = 1,'special-report','report'),t3.IsActive
        ,t3.CompanyID FROM t3
          )
         ) t1
         WHERE CompanyID = Company_ID AND IsActive = 1
         ORDER BY ScheduledTime DESC;
    END$$

DELIMITER ;

the total running time is 16 seconds with 1 line.
But if I use the query below

SELECT t1.*
    FROM ((SELECT t2.SRTitle,t2.UrlPart,t2.ScheduledTime,t2.Photo,TRIM(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(REPLACE(SUBSTRING_INDEX(REPLACE(fnStripTags(t2.SRDescription),' ',''),' ',
            30), 'rntrnrnt', ''),'rntrnt',''),'rnt',''),'’',''))AS Description, 'stock-research' AS from_tbl,t2.IsActive
           ,t2.CompanyID FROM t2
          ) UNION
          (SELECT t3.ReportTitle,t3.UrlPart,t3.CreatedDate,t3.ReportImage,TRIM(REPLACE(REPLACE(SUBSTRING_INDEX(REPLACE(fnStripTags(t3.Description),' ',''),' ',
                30),'rntrnt',''),''','`')),IF(t3.SpecialReport = 1,'special-report','report'),t3.IsActive
        ,t3.CompanyID FROM t3
          )
         ) t1
         WHERE CompanyID = 931 AND IsActive = 1
         ORDER BY ScheduledTime DESC;

This only took 0.5 to 1 second with a row.

Can any of you tell me why this is happening or how can I improve my SP execution time?

Thank you

India – Is there a simple procedure for obtaining a permit to visit the Lakshadweep Islands?

I wanted to know why Indian citizens needed a permit to visit Lakshadweep, and an answer to Quora is:

"To protect the interests of the general public of Lakshadweep, about
Of which 95% are listed tribes, the administrator has, beforehand,
central government approval. and in exercising the powers conferred by
Laccadive, Minicoy and Amindivi (Legislation) Regulations, 1965, made
Laccadive, Minicoy and Amindivi Islands (restriction on entry and exit
Residence) of 1967. According to these rules, any person, who is not a
originating from these islands, must obtain a permit in the
Form prescribed by the competent authority to enter and
residing in these islands. "Lakshadweep also has a full naval base
based. So, allowed adds an extra layer of security.

Cited in: Wayback Machine, 2015 Archives of the Department of Revenue and the Naval Base Establishment.

Since the requirement for a license has existed since 2004 and the naval base was created in 2012, I was wondering if things could have changed as of 2019, if such restrictions and permits as constraining would not be necessary for a simple vacation, for snorkeling. , kayaking and scuba diving?

Some websites indicate that a police clearance is required near the residence of the visitor and then another permission is required from a government department in Kochi. Some people write on their blogs that it's not so painful to visit. Some recommend government packages, some recommend private packages, but there is no clear and detailed step-by-step explanation on how to get the permit and book a vacation in the islands. Could someone help provide these steps?

I hope that a wish can be passed on to Lakshadweep tour operators: having a simple and reliable online procedure for obtaining permits and reserved tickets, without having to visit any office and without going through any agent. Be able to decide the length of stay and activities without having to follow a route chosen by someone else.

If a stored procedure is modified while it is currently being used in a cursor, does the cursor continue to use the old query before it is modified?

If a stored procedure (or view) is currently used in a long cursor and I modify this stored procedure, will the cursor continue to use the old instance of the stored procedure until the end? ?

Prevent compiling a stored procedure on a linked server

I have a stored procedure, which queries a view on a linked server.

It works well on prod, but our development server has some firewall restrictions, which prevent compilation. It's not a problem at the data level (because it's not very important on dev), but I can not even modify the procedure on the development server, because the SQL server is trying to compile / check it syntax / names of columns used, etc. modify the procedure (and I receive a delay in waiting).

Is there a way (option, trace flag, etc.) that I could use to prevent this syntax check and compile the procedure on the dev server (similar to the case where a table used in a procedure n & # 39, did not exist, where SQL Server only raises a Attention)?

How to manage the store procedure in mysql on github

I want to make a backup of the store procedures in mysql and manage to github? How can I manage the version of the store procedures.
The suggestion will be very appreciated.
Thank you

What is your standard procedure if your client is a victim of malware?

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postgresql – Creates a stored procedure with a dynamic number of columns + column names

I am relatively new to postgresql and have some problems creating my first stored procedure. The real problem is that I need to be dynamic, so I find it difficult to find the previous discussions that asked this question.

Let's say I have a table with the following information

Table nominal_dollars
year       GDP        Dividends
2000      100              20
2001      110              30
2002      120              40

In the table above, the numbers are not adjusted for inflation. A common procedure I want to do is to create a new table in which the numbers are adjusted for inflation. This means that I have to join the table above with a new table, Consumer Price Inflation (CPI), which looks like this:

Table cpi
year       cpi_adjustment
2000      1            
2001      2             
2002      3             

This will create a new table in which all the numbers are adjusted for inflation, that is, the original numbers are multiplied by the adjustment in cpi :

Table nominal_dollars_adj
year       GDP        Dividends
-----------------------------------------
2000      100              20
2001      220              60
2002      360              80

Where GDP for the new table is equal to the GDP of the table of origin * cpi_adjustment, and the same for dividends.

Now, I want to do this IPC adjustment procedure for many different tables – which may have a different number of columns.

So, I want to create a stored procedure that takes input from a table (or a table name), and within this function I want to create a new table with the exact same names and the same number of columns as the original table, but with all values ​​adjusted for inflation as above.

Ideas?

Good luck,

Jake

Mysql 8. The stored procedure with event call with transaction to federated tables never completes the ESTABLISHED connection until the timeout expires

We have a Mysql server that connects to remote Mysql federated tables and copies the data to the local tables.
This works well for multiple databases, but the new one does not close the connection after the transaction ends and keeps the ESTABLISHED connections closed only by timeout (8h). And it is generated error "Too many connections".

We use the latest
mysql80-community-release instance hosted on GCP