Bind Maven resource filtering to specific phase

I am on Eclipse 2019-09 and trying the following: I created a file src/main/resources/build/build.properties to hold some information about the current build: build.version=${project.version} build.number=${buildNumber} build.date=${buildTimestamp} When building the project the variables get replaced correctly and the file inside the target folder is rendered correctly. When changing code in Eclipse (without a Maven build), the buildNumber…

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How to get Name of an item corresponding to Min and Max value in a grouped set into different columns

Table 1: ORDERS (ORDER_ID, CUSTOMER_ID, ITEM_ID, QUANTITY) Table 2: CUSTOMERS (CUSTOMER_ID, CUSTOMER_NAME, ZIPCODE) Table 3: ITEMS (ITEM_ID, ITEM_NAME) Required Output: OUTPUT (ZIPCODE, MAX_ORDERED_ITEM_NAME, MIN_ORDERED_ITEM_NAME I’ve tried various approaches to get the output, but haven’t been able to get to the end result Current query: SELECT ZIPCODE, ITEM_NAME, SUM(QUANTITY) AS SALES FROM ORDERS JOIN CUSTOMERS ON…

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Record with Group by clause on created_at is 9 but it gives the total instead which is 12 without group by in laravel eloquent

I have 3 tables, Users, Tasks, TasksSession. what I am trying to find is total session conducted and total days the user was involved in that task based on created_at group by statement. User::with([‘Task’,’TotalSessionsGroupByDate’])->withCount([‘TotalSessions’,’TotalSessionsGroupByDate’])->whereId(2)->first(), With the above total_sessions_group_by_date_count = 12 and total_sessions_group_by_date_count = 9 records in an array. function code for the TotalSessionsGroupByDate is as…

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Getting unreadable characters when using ObjectOutputStream to write my object to a text file

My problem right now is: In my text file I get some funky looking characters when trying to use ObjectOutputStream to write my object to my cases.txt file. FileOutputStream file = new FileOutputStream(“/cases.txt”); ObjectOutputStream data = new ObjectOutputStream(file); DefectProduct s1 = new DefectProduct(“test”, 5, “test”, “test”, “test”, 50, 2019, 1, 24, “505”, “test” ); data.writeObject(s1);…

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