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sharepoint Enterprise – SP2010 – 2019 How can I insert a hyperlink based on user input of this field or another field?

I can't figure out how to create an article that uses a ticket number entered by the user and links to the URL to create a hyperlink to the ticket in the ticket system.

User gives ticket no. 123456

URL to the ticket system: https: //Ticket/Display.html? Id = <Ticket#>

The best answer would be to hide this URL and allow users to click on it 12345 Number and open the website for this ticket.

Other options ???

I am currently returning to Sharepoint and this server will be upgraded to SP2019 in the next few months, so the solution has to be simple 🙂 and I need it to survive the upgrades (2010> 2013> 2016> 2019).

Sign the assembly (key.snk) OR (key.pfs) in VS 2019 for SharePoint 2019

I migrated my SP2016 solution to SP2019. I recompile all solutions in VS2019 and sign with the following project properties -> "Signing" tab -> Activate the "Assembly" checkbox and create a new key file with a strong name. My question is: what is the extension of the strong name key file? Should I use it key.snk (as before in VS2017) OR should I use key.pfs What is the right extension for VS2019?

Autofilter via pivot tables in Excel 2019 cannot be filtered automatically

I have a file with a pivot table created in Excel 2016 (lines 5-7 in the picture).

There is a row of column headings above the pivot table (row 2 in the picture). This row is not part of the pivot table.

An auto filter was applied to the area that contains both the non-pivot row and the pivot table (rows 2-7 in the image).

If I set the automatic filter in the 2nd column so that only spaces are shown:

  • Lines 3 and 4 are hidden.
  • Line 2 remains visible because it is the header of the auto filter area.
  • Lines 5–7 are hidden because they are not empty.
  • This works in Excel 2016 as well as in 2019.

Screenshot of the worksheet

Excel 2016 behavior:

  • Filtering with the auto filter works normally.
  • I can remove the auto filter and add it again.
  • When I select the automatically filtered area (lines 2-7), I can click the Data> Sort & Filter> Filter button to turn the auto filter on and off.
  • I can automatically filter the same area (lines 2-7) with VBA without errors.

Excel 2019 behavior:

  • Filtering with the auto filter works normally.
  • If I remove the automatic filter, I cannot restore it.
  • When I select the automatically filtered range (lines 2–7), the Data> Sort & Filter> Filter button is grayed out.
  • Any attempt to automatically filter the same area (lines 2–7) with VBA fails with runtime error 1004: The AutoFilter method of the Range class failed.


Any idea why this Excel file works in Excel 2016 but not in Excel 2019? Was this a change in Excel functionality? Could there be one or another setting between the two computers that could be causing this?

Achievement – Advent of Code 2019 Day 3: Crossed wires

Find the intersection of two paths closest to the origin in a Manhattan grid.
input_3.txt You will find here
The prompts can be found in the original problem description

import re

with open("input_3.txt", "r") as f:
    coordinates = (wire.split(",") for wire in

class Point:
    def __init__(self, x: int, y: int, cumulative_steps: int):
        self.x = x
        self.y = y
        self.cumulative_steps = cumulative_steps

    def __eq__(self, other):
        return (self.x, self.y) == (other.x, other.y)

    def __hash__(self):
        return hash((self.x, self.y))

    def __repr__(self):
        return f"x:{self.x}, y:{self.y}"

class WirePath:
    def __init__(self, **kwargs):
        self.origin = Point(0, 0, 0)
        self.path = kwargs.get("path", None)
        self.points = (
        self.current_point = None
        if self.path:

    def travel(self, direction, velocity):
        start = self.origin if not self.current_point else self.current_point
        # calculate cumulative steps for each point added
        if direction in "RL":
            # if R subtract negative (add), if L subtract (minus)
            pos = -1 if direction == "R" else 1

            # add all points between the two segments
            new_points = (
                Point(start.x - (pos * p), start.y, start.cumulative_steps + p)
                for p in range(1, abs(velocity) + 1)
            # if U subtract negative (add), if D subtract (minus)
            pos = -1 if direction == "U" else 1

            new_points = (
                Point(start.x, start.y - (pos * p), start.cumulative_steps + p)
                for p in range(1, abs(velocity) + 1)
        self.current_point = self.points(-1)

    def generate_travelled_points(self, vectors: list):
        for vector in vectors:
            # extract the direction & velocity
            r = re.compile("((a-zA-Z)+)((0-9)+)")
            m = r.match(vector)
            direction =
            velocity = int(
            # add the point to self.points
  , velocity)

def manhattan_distance_between_points(a, b):
    return abs(a(0) - b(0)) + abs(a(1) - b(1))

wire1 = WirePath(path=coordinates(0))
wire2 = WirePath(path=coordinates(1))

intersections = set((x for x in wire1.points if x.cumulative_steps != 0)).intersection(
    (x for x in wire2.points if x.cumulative_steps != 0)

intersections_with_distance_from_origin = (
    ((x.x, x.y), manhattan_distance_between_points((x.x, x.y), (0, 0)))
    for x in intersections
    if x.cumulative_steps != 0

# part 1
closest_intersection = min(intersections_with_distance_from_origin, key=lambda t: t(1))

intersection_pairs = ()
for intersection in intersections:
    # find points from each wire that matches the hash
    wire1_intersects = min(
        (i for i in wire1.points if i == intersection), key=lambda t: t.cumulative_steps
    wire2_intersects = min(
        (i for i in wire2.points if i == intersection), key=lambda t: t.cumulative_steps
    intersection_pairs.append((wire1_intersects, wire2_intersects))

min_steps = min(
    intersection_pairs, key=lambda t: t(0).cumulative_steps + t(1).cumulative_steps

min_combined_steps_wire1 = min_steps(0).cumulative_steps
min_combined_steps_wire2 = min_steps(1).cumulative_steps
comb = min_combined_steps_wire1 + min_combined_steps_wire2

# part 2
    f"Min combined steps: {comb}, wire1: {min_combined_steps_wire1}, wire2: {min_combined_steps_wire2} at {min_steps}"

My code is pretty slow (~ 7s on my PC) and I feel like it's a combination
a) how to store all points in memory instead of using derived points by storing line fragments instead, and
b) my wrong handling of the set iteration in the last part, trying to find the respective pair of points (one for each wire) in order to get the respective one cumulative_steps.
I was a little confused about how best to handle this because a wire can cross an intersection multiple times (though I believe in this record that ultimately didn't appear?), And as a result, I didn't just have to find the intersections, but also the intersections and the minimum steps required for each wire to get to that intersection.

ssis – Install Oracle 32 or 64 bit on Windows Server 2019 to import data into SQL Server and use with Power BI

Good afternoon everyone

Post for the first time, so excuse me if I make mistakes.

I'm a newbie to oracle and I'm really struggling with this concept of 32 and 64 bit oracle business.

All I really want to do is import data from an Oracle 12c DW into a local 2019 SQL Server daily and then connect Power BI over it.

The reason for this is that we are trying to switch from Oracle to SQL Server and I have to PoC.

So far I've looked up and down and can't figure out WHAT to install to access WHAT in Oracle.

All I really need, if I understand it correctly, is to install an Oracle CLIENT so that I can use SSIS to create my ETL routines. BUT when I install a 32-bit client it says that a 64-bit client is needed and when I install a 64-bit client it means that an ODAC is needed. I installed that too and still have no success.

I also have problems understanding which folder level is included in the PATH in the system environment variables.
It's so complicated compared to SQL Server – so I could really use your help in the following questions.

  1. Given that SSMS is 32-bit – Can I only install 32-bit Oracle client and ODAC – If so, what software do I download and install from Oracle – Can't tell the difference between xcopy and other versions ( and can you tell me how the path is updated)?

  2. Do I have to install x64-bit at all since I am on a 64-bit workstation? If so, what software do I download?

My ultimate goal is to be able to
– Connect to ORACLE with SQL SERVER SSIS and import data daily via ETL routines
– As a temporary backup, also establish a connection to ORACLE via Power BI.

Any help and advice much appreciated.

Many thanks

C ++ – Windows 10 IoT embedded, tries to debug / deploy a console app with Visual Stuido 2019

I tried to get a "console application" to deploy and debug on my embedded Win10 device, but I just can't figure it out.

I can provide an application for which a "SquareLogo" screen needs to be displayed, and I can't imagine how this "window" should be hidden or a headless app.

I can set "Properties Pages – Configuration Properties – Linker – System – Subsystem" to "Console" (SUBSYSTEM: CONSOLE) on the property pages of my app and the console window is displayed on the embedded device, but the app screen is displayed and the console window does not accept keyboard input.

In summary, I would like to debug with a console application on my embedded Win10 device (remote machine).

I write my app in C ++.

I don't think it would be that hard, but I just can't get the application's main window not to appear on startup.

Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks a lot

USA – Do I need a passport for US domestic flights due to REAL ID requirements for 2019?

Update March 24, 2020:

To reduce the need for people to go to DMV offices during the coronavirus pandemic, the deadline has been postponed to October 1, 2020. No new date has yet been set. Many thanks to choster for the link to a report from Bloomberg News.

Check out

As of January 22, 2018, passengers whose driver's license has been issued by a country that is not yet compatible with the REAL ID and has not received an extension must provide an alternative form of acceptable identification for domestic flights. A list of acceptable forms of identification can be found on the TSA website. Passengers whose licenses have been issued by a state that is compliant or whose expansion meets the REAL ID requirements can continue to use their licenses as usual. A list of countries that already match an extension can be found on the DHS REAL ID website. The DHS updates this list continuously as more states meet the requirements or receive extensions.

From October 1, 2020, each resident of a state and territory must present a REAL ID-compliant license / ID or other acceptable form of identification to gain access to federal facilities, to enter nuclear power plants, and to board commercial aircraft. This is called "card-based" enforcement. The card itself must be REAL ID compliant unless the resident uses an alternative acceptable document such as a passport. The law does not require individuals to produce ID if they are not currently required to access federal facilities (e.g., to enter the Smithsonian's public areas), nor does it prohibit an authority from using other forms of ID Accept as non-documentary documents – compliant states (such as a US passport or passport card).

If Pennsylvania is compliant (or has an extension), so you can use a Pennsylvania-issued document (license or ID), even if that document is not compliant until September 30, 2020. You will then need a compliant document or a document issued by the federal government (e.g. a passport or passport card).

Is Pennsylvania Compliant? Does it have an extension? Further information can be found on the Real ID main page at There you'll find a map that says Pennsylvania has an extension. You can select Pennsylvania in the "Select State" field below the map to view the details:

Pennsylvania has an enforcement extension for REAL IDs that allows federal agencies to accept Pennsylvania driving licenses and IDs in federal facilities, nuclear power plants, and state-regulated commercial aircraft by August 1, 2019.

If you are flying between August 1st 2019 and September 30th 2020 you should check this page again and use the information found to decide if you want to bring your passport. Or you can now simply upgrade to a Real ID license if you prefer and don't have to worry about it.

After October 1, 2020, you will need a Real ID-compliant driver's license or passport (or other document from the TSA list, if available).

App Windows – Microsoft Visual Studio 2019 Build Tools 16.5.0 Final | NulledTeam UnderGround

This installer is a build tool from Microsoft (Free Development Environment – IDE). Then take with the development environment
In contrast to the entire studio, in which the installation program does not contain any components in the composition of VS IDE Core, you do not define a visual development environment via BuildTools.

This is an attempt to reduce the weight of the installer and to reduce the size and impact on Windu. No additional features that BuildTools doesn't offer (ie it's like "the toolchain from melkomyagkih" … I think it's worth changing and calling it up so that it was suddenly clear … but apparently the desire to be unique and being unrepeatable keeps them safe (use existing terms).
• Disconnect from the Internet … so that the installation program has not downloaded the list of components to the latest version … which is probably not yet available. In this case, the installer may not have enough information and may display a download error
• If the installation program does not have access to the Internet, the certificate for performing the self-installation program is installed as Administrator Certificates_Setup.cmd
• Then start Setup_BuildTools .cmd, where X is the version number you want to install (ie 16.5.X).

Year / release date: 2020
Execution: 16.5.0
Developer: Microsoft (docks)
Bit depth: 32-bit (some components are available in the 64-bit version, but do not interfere with working with 32-bit Vindovz)
Language: English + Russian
License: Freeware
System requirements: Operating system:
Windows 10 version 1703 or higher: Home, Professional, Education and Enterprise (LTSC and S are not supported … but it works for users)
Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1
Windows Server 2012 R2 (with update 2919355): Essentials, standard, data center
Windows Server 2016: Standard, data center, core
Windows Server 2019
Windows 8.1 (with update 2919355): Core, Professional and Enterprise
Windows 7 SP1 (with the latest Windows updates): Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, Ultimate
Hard disk space: 1 GB to 22 GB, depending on the components installed.
1.8 GHz or faster processor. Quad core or better recommended
2 GB RAM; 8 GB RAM recommended (at least 2.5 GB when running on a virtual machine)
Hard drive speed: Install Windows and Visual Studio on a Solid State Drive (SSD) to improve performance.
Graphics card that supports a minimum screen resolution of 720p (1280 x 720); Visual Studio works best with a resolution of WXGA (1366 x 768) or higher.