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EF migration dropped the "dbo." prefix, is that OK?


EF migration dropped the "dbo." prefix, is that OK?

By : tamas ladi
Date : November 19 2020, 01:01 AM
wish helps you I'm willing to bet that this particular implementation restriction (no schema on newName) is a leaky abstraction.
According to the documentation for MS SQL's sp_rename stored procedure:
code :


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in gamequery; how would I move an object "slowly" from its "dropped" location to where it needs to g

in gamequery; how would I move an object "slowly" from its "dropped" location to where it needs to g


By : Amir Gerges
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help What you could do is to use jQuery to animate something else than a CSS property, like explained there: https://coderwall.com/p/fn2ysa
In your case to make your sprite move from currentX to destinationX in one second you code would look like:
code :
var from    = {x: currentX};
var to      = {x: destinationX};
$(from).animate(to,{duration: 1000, step: function(step){
    $(mySprite).x(step);
}});
DocumentBuilder.parse raises the error "The prefix "c" for element "c:de" is not bound."

DocumentBuilder.parse raises the error "The prefix "c" for element "c:de" is not bound."


By : Beth Loudin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . Your XML is technically invalid.
The namespace prefix c "MUST be associated with a namespace URI reference in a namespace declaration." (W3). For example, this would work:
code :
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<c:de xmlns:c="http://localhost/" format="N" lengthField="0" maxLength="012" minLength="012" name="AMOUNT, TRANSACTION" number="004" subFields="00"/>
The prefix "pt" for attribute "pt:data-inset" associated with an element type "p:dataList"

The prefix "pt" for attribute "pt:data-inset" associated with an element type "p:dataList"


By : Baijun
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
seems to work fine The data-inset attribtue isn't natively supported by . Moreover, all attribute names prefixed with data-* are most definitely HTML5 related. So removing the pt prefix as suggested by someone else isn't the right solution. The attribute wouldn't be rendered at all. You could as good just remove the entire attribute altogether.
The XML namespace prefix pt suggests a shorthand for "passthrough" and the attribute is in this particular snippet recognizable as a passthrough attribute. This is a JSF 2.2 specific feature, part of "HTML5 friendly markup".
code :
<html ... xmlns:pt="http://xmlns.jcp.org/jsf/passthrough">
<html ... xmlns:a="http://xmlns.jcp.org/jsf/passthrough">
...
<p:dataList ... a:data-inset="true">
How to combine the "conda create" parameters "--file", "--prefix" and "--copy"?

How to combine the "conda create" parameters "--file", "--prefix" and "--copy"?


By : user3266123
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Does that help While I agree that there really should be an option for this, you can temporarily set the copy_always configuration option to true while you run the command and that should do the trick:
code :
CONDA_COPY_ALWAYS=1 conda env create --file environment.yml --prefix ./python
Creating "zero state" migration for existing db with sqlalchemy/alembic and "faking" zero migration

Creating "zero state" migration for existing db with sqlalchemy/alembic and "faking" zero migration


By : Sarfraj Ansari
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. alembic revision --autogenerate inspects the state of the connected database and the state of the target metadata and then creates a migration that brings the database in line with metadata.
If you are introducing alembic/sqlalchemy to an existing database, and you want a migration file that given an empty, fresh database would reproduce the current state- follow these steps.
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