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Incorrect post response when using reCAPTCHA 3 to create user via frontend form

Appreciate this is probably not a Craft specific problem, but I have a problem with a frontend form for creating user accounts when used in conjunction with the https://plugins.craftcms.com/craft-recaptcha-3 plugin and a custom module. Before I added the Recaptcha plugin, everything worked fine and a new user is created when the form is submitted, and […]

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Consuming Web Services With Python

I am running into issues with the code I am using for this project. The idea behind the project is to program a REST web service of my choice using Python. However, my IDLE is claiming I cannot import the Requests module. I have tried to use Json as well, but that doesn’t seem to […]

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Consuming Web Services With Python

I am running into issues with the code I am using for this project. The idea behind the project is to program a REST web service of my choice using Python. However, my IDLE is claiming I cannot import the Requests module. I have tried to use Json as well, but that doesn’t seem to […]

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Mastering Development

Consuming Web Services With Python

I am running into issues with the code I am using for this project. The idea behind the project is to program a REST web service of my choice using Python. However, my IDLE is claiming I cannot import the Requests module. I have tried to use Json as well, but that doesn’t seem to […]

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NestJS Testing: decorator is not a function

My dependencies: "@nestjs/common": "7.4.4", "@nestjs/core": "7.4.4", "typescript": "4.0.2", "jest": "26.4.2", "jest-junit": "11.1.0", "ts-jest": "26.3.0", I have a custom decorator: import { Inject } from "@nestjs/common"; import { DATABASE_SERVICE } from "./database.constants"; export const InjectDatabase = () => Inject(DATABASE_SERVICE); I use it in constructor for a service I’m willing to cover with tests: import { DatabaseService, […]

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How to specify a file in the ‘filebody’ in Python API post request?

I am trying to post a file to sendinblue using API in Python and struggling with what to put instead of "dataset1". It works if I manually type the file contents but not if I specify a file – I have tried csv, json, txt formats but nothing works. The error message says ‘We could […]

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An effective way of finding regressions

There is a rather large data flow engine – more than 2000 different flow definitions of "what to do with inbound data". The engine deals with various data formats (flat-file, CSV, JSON, XML, or even binary), performs filtering, transforms data formats, etc. The flow engine consists of a number of libraries and tools involved in […]

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How to read files from each subfolder by giving preference to inner environment folder first in c#?

I have a folder structure like this – Products ├── folder1 │ ├── files1.json │ ├── files2.json │ └── files3.txt ├── folder2 │ ├── files4.json │ ├── files5.json │ └── files6.txt └── folder3 ├── files10.json ├── files7.json ├── files8.json └── files9.txt I have a root folder Products and then bunch of sub-folders inside it. Each […]

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Error: failed to connect to database: password authentication failed in Rust

I am trying to connect to database in Rust using sqlx crate and Postgres database. main.rs: use dotenv; use sqlx::Pool; use sqlx::PgPool; use sqlx::query; #[async_std::main] async fn main() -> Result<(), Error> { dotenv::dotenv().ok(); pretty_env_logger::init(); let url = std::env::var("DATABASE_URL").unwrap(); dbg!(url); let db_url = std::env::var("DATABASE_URL")?; let db_pool: PgPool = Pool::new(&db_url).await?; let rows = query!("select 1 as one").fetch_one(&db_pool).await?; […]

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Entity of type ‘App\Entity\Country’ for IDs id(0) was not found

I’m coding an api service. What I want is when pulling data, it returns null if the data associated with it is not found in the other table. But it doesn’t do that. PlayerMarketValueHistory.php <?php namespace App\Entity; use App\Repository\PlayerMarketValueHistoryRepository; use Doctrine\ORM\Mapping as ORM; use JMS\Serializer\Annotation as Serializer; /** * @ORM\Table(name="player_market_value_history", options={"engine":"MyISAM"}) * @ORM\Entity(repositoryClass=PlayerMarketValueHistoryRepository::class) * @Serializer\ExclusionPolicy("all") […]