Bug when updating

I got this error when updating to the latest version

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keep the same tab when updating the page

Do you think it's good to have, necessary or that the user expects to stay in the same tab in a navigation tab when refreshing the page ???

Here is an example of the type of tabs:
https://www.sunweb.nl/vakantie/egypte/rode-zee/el-gouna/hotel-three-corners-rihana-resort-rihana-inn?Participants%5B0%5D%5B0%5D=1989-03- 20 & Participants% 5B0% 5D% 5B1% 5D = 1989-03-20 & Duration = 1-7 & Mealplan = AI & Month = 2020-01-01 & TransportType = Flight & Allocation = 2

What are the impacts of updating Bedlam?

What are the impacts of updating Bedlam?

update – Error while updating to Drupal 8.8.0

Drupal update from 8.7.8 to 8.8.0 with:

composer update --with-dependencies

This part went well, but when I run:

drush updb

I have the following error:

In ProcessBase.php line 188:

  Unable to decode output into JSON: Syntax error                                                                             

  Error: Call to a member function getConfigDependencyKey() on null in DrupaltaxonomyPluginviewsfilterTaxonomyIndexTid-  
  >calculateDependencies() (line 394 of /var/www/html/drupal/web/core/modules/taxonomy/src/Plugin/views/filter/TaxonomyIndex  
  Tid.php).   

Checked the code a bit and it goes like:

  public function calculateDependencies() {
    $dependencies = parent::calculateDependencies();

    $vocabulary = $this->vocabularyStorage->load($this->options('vid'));
    $dependencies($vocabulary->getConfigDependencyKey())() = $vocabulary->getConfigDependencyName(); // <-- line 394

... 

And $this->options('vid') is empty and $vocabulary var becomes null.

An idea of ​​what's wrong here?

People Picker – SharePoint Site Corrupted After Updating Object Cache Users

I have defined superuser and super-drive and the result has been catastrophic. The error "The value of the Token user key is not a user key, so we throw" and the others about the cache of objects … I've been looking for solutions on Google, I tried to update the superuser player in the right format, deleted the instance continuously and added … nothing, worse, before I had access to another collection of sites different from the root, now they are broken too. I tried to reassign the local system account and local service. Error on i: 0 authority system local (… ". This is not a user key that throws.) This user has never been added to the user's policy. … should be.When I try to add someone, the people selector gives an error, can not add anybody as a user You really can not understand it and solve it, or save something else for help.

magento2.3.2 – Authorization issue for the seller's mage folder when updating everything on admin

I'm using magento 2.3.2 community edition. While updating any settings in the background, I get an error like

Warning: file_put_contents (/ var / www / html / ihouzit / var / cache // mage-tags / mage — 39a_MAGE): failed to open stream: permission denied in / var / www / html / ihouzit / vendor / colinmollenhour / cache-backend-file / File.php on line 691

Sometimes, mage the MysqlPDO file.
Why this happens a lot of times. I always execute the permission command, so it is normal. A solution to this problem?

kid theme – Replaces plugin images so that they are not removed when updating the plugin

This is possible?

That's the x on this page. the one to remove the composition filter. This is in plugins / woocommerce-products-filter / img / with the name delete.png

https://www.digitalmnemes.it/catalogo/?swoof=1&w3tc_note=flush_all&product_cat=composizioni-corali

I added a delete.png file in mychildtheme / woocommerce-products-filter / img /, but it did not work.
Is my method supposed to work or is there another way to do it? I really want to change it because it does not fit my theme at all and it looks like it comes from a 2004 computer.

database design – Unique identifier for the user when updating the user entity (by deleting and adding a new one)

I add an authentication to my web application and consider the following case:

I have the users table that looks like this: (simplified version)

Id {int} | Username {nvarchar(100)} | CollectedPoints {int} | DateDeleted {datetime(2)}
_______________________________________________________________________________________

1        |          David           |      10               |     10:57 PM 11/30/2019
_______________________________________________________________________________________

2        |           Ann            |      15               |          null
_______________________________________________________________________________________

3        |          David           |      2                |          null      
_______________________________________________________________________________________    

I have other tables that all need a column that assigns each line to a specific user.

Instead of updating the line in the users table, I want to mark it as deleted and add a new one (I want to save the user's history).

In this case, I can not use the Id column of the users table as a foreign key in other tables because these records remain attached to the "deleted" user.

In my application, the username of the user will never change. It is therefore possible to use the user name as a foreign key.

Another method is to split the users table into two tables, where non-modifiable data (such as the id and the user name) will be in the first table. ("Users") and other data (password, email, etc.) in the second table ("UserInfo"), now referring to the first table with the Id column.

What will be the best approach?

database – Updating the column with a huge string in the SQL server

I'm trying to update a SQL Server column with a string of approximate size. 1.6×106 bytes (minimum). This string is actually a type of XML data. The data is truncated when updating with the help of an XML data type column or a nvarchar (max) type column. This has been identified because "the set" in the update statement can not be so long (limited). Thus, the only part of the data is written in the database.

Nvarcha (max) can contain data of size 2 GB, is there a way to update such a huge type of string / XML data on a SQL server?

Any help is appreciated.

array – Updating the Inventory system file with sales values ​​in Java

I had trouble getting my code in Java to perform the following tasks:

Inventory update program.

The first set of records is the main file that reflects an inventory of items at the beginning of the business day. Each record of the master file contains a corresponding part number and quantity of stock. Suppose the master file does not contain more than 5 records.

The second set of records reflects the transactions for each of the various items during the day. The transaction records contain the same format as the master file records: they contain the article number and the corresponding total number of items sold that day. There is an unknown number of such transaction records in the input file.

Write a program to update the master file against the transaction file to produce the new master file at the end of the day. A registration notice must accompany any item number for which there are less than 10 items in stock.

The actual files look like this. (Master.txt)

444 40
111 30
222 15
134 20
353 5

And the second looks like this (Sales.txt)

134 03
111 29
353 02
222 10

And the updated version of Master.txt should look like this.

444 40
111 1 reorder
222 5 reorder
134 17
353 3 reorder

I receive the following error.

L & # 39; error

Here is my code.

import java.io.*;
import java.util.*;

public class inventoryUpdate {
    //Exception included due to mOrganize, sOrganize, and PrintWriter
    public static void main(String() args) throws Exception {

        Scanner inKey = new Scanner(System.in);

        //Preparing the document based on how many item types were sold.
        System.out.println("How many types of products were sold?");
        int sold = inKey.nextInt();

        int()() inMaster = fileCheck(mOrganize(), sOrganize(sold), sold);

        PrintWriter printFile = new PrintWriter("Master.txt");
        printFile.println("Item No. tQuantity");

        for (int i = 0; i<5;i++){
            if (inMaster(i)(1) < 10){
                printFile.printf("%-5s %17s You are low in inventory on this item. Please order more.n", inMaster(i)(0), inMaster(i)(1));
            }
            else{
                printFile.printf("%-5s %17sn", inMaster(i)(0), inMaster(i)(1));
            }
        }
        printFile.close();
        System.out.println(Arrays.deepToString(inMaster));
    }

    private static int()() mOrganize() throws Exception {
        File fileRip = new File("Master.txt");
        Scanner masterRead = new Scanner(fileRip);
        masterRead.nextLine();

        int()() masterData = new int (5)(2);
        for (int i = 0; i < 5; i++){
            for (int i2 = 0; i2 < 2; i2++){
                masterData(i)(i2) = masterRead.nextInt();
                if (masterData(i)(i2) < 10){
                    masterRead.nextLine();
                }
            }
        }
        masterRead.close();
        return masterData;
    }

    private static int()() sOrganize(int sold) throws Exception{
        File fileRip =  new File ("Sales.txt");
        Scanner saleRead = new Scanner(fileRip);
        saleRead.nextLine();

        int ()() salesData = new int (sold)(2);
        for (int i = 0; i < sold; i++){
            for (int i2 = 0; i2 < 2; i2++){
                salesData(i)(i2) = saleRead.nextInt();
            }
        }

        saleRead.close();
        return salesData;
    }

    private static int()() fileCheck(int()() master, int()() sales, int sold){
        int columnBase = 0;
        for(int i = 0; i < 5; i++){
            for(int i2 = 0; i2 < sold; i2++){
                if (master(i)(columnBase) == sales(i2)(columnBase)){
                    master(i)(columnBase + 1) -= sales(i2)(columnBase + 1);
                }
            }
        }
        return master;
    }
}

I would appreciate any help possible.