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Object property has <type 'property'>

By : Rafaella Neofytou
Date : November 17 2020, 11:58 AM
This might help you I have a class with a string property defined on it. , You are accessing the property directly on the class:
code :
>>> Foo.kind
<property object at 0x104a22c00>
>>> baz(Foo.kind)
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
  File "<stdin>", line 5, in baz
TypeError: <property object at 0x104a22c00> has type <type 'property'>, but expected one of: (<type 'str'>, <type 'unicode'>)
>>> Foo().kind
'bar'
>>> baz(Foo().kind)


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Changing property type in class that implements interface with object type property

Changing property type in class that implements interface with object type property


By : Ümit Korkmaz
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you Normally the Repeater would implement something different, like an IItemsControl for example.
EDIT 1
code :
interface IControl
{
    string Id { get; set; }
    object Value { get; set; }
}

class Label : IControl
{
    public string Id { get; set; }
    public string Value { get; set; }

    object IControl.Value
    {
        get { return this.Value; }
        set { this.Value = (string)value; }
    }
}

class Repeater : IControl
{
    public string Id { get; set; }
    public IList<IControl> Value { get; set; }

    object IControl.Value
    {
        get { return this.Value; }
        set { this.Value = (IList<IControl>)value; }
    }
}
facebook open graph meta property og:type of 'website'. The property 'object-name' requires an object of og:type 'object

facebook open graph meta property og:type of 'website'. The property 'object-name' requires an object of og:type 'object


By : vlakshma
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue This issue can occur if your page is restricted for logged in users or has some sort of session logic.
You can use the debug tool from this link :
How do you include an object that has a generic list property and a reference type property in dapper?

How do you include an object that has a generic list property and a reference type property in dapper?


By : user2113064
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope this helps By read your comment, i have tried to give you answer.
Let say here you have one SP.
code :
Create PROCEDURE [dbo].[GetPersonDetail]
(
    @PersonId int
)
AS  
SET NOCOUNT ON
BEGIN

    -- 1). Get Person detail
    Select * from PersonMaster Where PersonId = @PersonId


    -- 2). Get Person Addrss
    Select * from PersonAddress Where PersonId = @PersonId

    -- 1). Get Person BankAccount
    Select * from BankAccount Where PersonId = @PersonId

End
public Person GetPersonDetail(int PersonId)
{
    try
    {
        var oPara = new DynamicParameters();
        oPara.Add("@PersonId", PersonId, dbType: DbType.Int);

        var person = new Person();
        using (var multiResults = _connection.QueryMultiple(GetPersonDetail, oPara, commandType: CommandType.StoredProcedure))
        {
            person.Person = multiResults.Read<Person>().FirstOrDefault();
            person.Addresses = multiResults.Read<Address>();
            person.BankAccount = multiResults.Read<BankAccount>().FirstOrDefault();
        }
        return person;
    }
    catch (Exception ex)
    {
        thow;
    }
}
NSUserDefaults Custom object - Property list invalid for format: 200 (property lists cannot contain objects of type 'CFT

NSUserDefaults Custom object - Property list invalid for format: 200 (property lists cannot contain objects of type 'CFT


By : user2516947
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
around this issue I am going to just copy code from a working project I have:
here is the Game object class with data from a math flash card game:
code :
import Foundation

class GameData: NSObject {

    var sign: String = "+"
    var level: Int = 1
    var problems: Int = 10
    var time: Int = 30
    var skipWrong: Bool = true
    var usedTime: Int = 0
    var correctCount: Int = 0
    var correctTopNumber: [Int] = [Int]()
    var correctBottomNumber: [Int] = [Int]()
    var wrongTopNumber: [Int] = [Int]()
    var wrongBottomNumber: [Int] = [Int]()
    var date: NSDate = NSDate()

    func encodeWithCoder(aCoder: NSCoder!) {
        aCoder.encodeObject(sign, forKey: "sign")
        aCoder.encodeInteger(level, forKey: "level")
        aCoder.encodeInteger(problems, forKey: "problems")
        aCoder.encodeInteger(time, forKey: "time")
        aCoder.encodeBool(skipWrong, forKey: "skipWrong")
        aCoder.encodeInteger(usedTime, forKey: "usedTime")
        aCoder.encodeInteger(correctCount, forKey: "correctCount")
        aCoder.encodeObject(correctTopNumber, forKey: "correctTopNumber")
        aCoder.encodeObject(correctBottomNumber, forKey: "correctBottomNumber")
        aCoder.encodeObject(wrongTopNumber, forKey: "wrongTopNumber")
        aCoder.encodeObject(wrongBottomNumber, forKey: "wrongBottomNumber")
        aCoder.encodeObject(date, forKey: "date")
    }

    init(coder aDecoder: NSCoder!) {
        sign = aDecoder.decodeObjectForKey("sign") as String
        level = aDecoder.decodeIntegerForKey("level")
        problems = aDecoder.decodeIntegerForKey("problems")
        time = aDecoder.decodeIntegerForKey("time")
        skipWrong = aDecoder.decodeBoolForKey("skipWrong")
        usedTime = aDecoder.decodeIntegerForKey("usedTime")
        correctCount = aDecoder.decodeIntegerForKey("correctCount")
        correctTopNumber = aDecoder.decodeObjectForKey("correctTopNumber") as Array
        correctBottomNumber = aDecoder.decodeObjectForKey("correctBottomNumber") as Array
        wrongTopNumber = aDecoder.decodeObjectForKey("wrongTopNumber") as Array
        wrongBottomNumber = aDecoder.decodeObjectForKey("wrongBottomNumber") as Array
        date = aDecoder.decodeObjectForKey("date") as NSDate
    }

    override init() {
    }
}
import Foundation

class ArchiveGameData:NSObject {

    var documentDirectories:NSArray = []
    var documentDirectory:String = ""
    var path:String = ""

    func ArchiveResults(#dataSet: [GameData]) {
        documentDirectories = NSSearchPathForDirectoriesInDomains(.DocumentDirectory, .UserDomainMask, true)
        documentDirectory = documentDirectories.objectAtIndex(0) as String
        path = documentDirectory.stringByAppendingPathComponent("results3.archive")

        if NSKeyedArchiver.archiveRootObject(dataSet, toFile: path) {
            //println("Success writing to file!")
        } else {
            println("Unable to write to file!")
        }
    }

    func RetrieveGameData() -> NSObject {
        var dataToRetrieve = [GameData]()
        documentDirectories = NSSearchPathForDirectoriesInDomains(.DocumentDirectory, .UserDomainMask, true)
        documentDirectory = documentDirectories.objectAtIndex(0) as String
        path = documentDirectory.stringByAppendingPathComponent("results3.archive")
        if let dataToRetrieve2 = NSKeyedUnarchiver.unarchiveObjectWithFile(path) as? [GameData] {
          dataToRetrieve = dataToRetrieve2
        }
        return(dataToRetrieve)
    }
}
//retrieveing
    var gameDataArray = ArchiveGameData().RetrieveGameData() as [GameData]

//Archiving
      gameData = GameData() //create local object then append all the new data, then store it
gameData.sign = buttonStates.sign
        gameData.level = buttonStates.level
        gameData.problems = buttonStates.problems
        gameData.time = buttonStates.time
//etc. for all properties

      ArchiveGameData().ArchiveResults(dataSet: gameDataArray)
An object with an Eager fetch Type property, executes queries for the lazy loaded properties of that property.. why?

An object with an Eager fetch Type property, executes queries for the lazy loaded properties of that property.. why?


By : user3715418
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you The reason here is that when the entity AModel includes entity BModel, which in turn includes CModel and DModel. It has to fetch CModel and DModel when the fetch for AModel is called, otherwise your queries won't be able to complete if the objects of CModel and DModel are not fetched for, and the entire purpose of making the fetchType as Eager for AModel will be gone.
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