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How do I add a pager to the TOP of a forum in Drupal 8?

I am using the standard forum module that comes with Drupal 8. The problem is that the pager is shown below when displaying a forum node. I want the pager to be displayed at the top as well.

Next I could edit the template "comment – comment_forum.html.twig". If I put random text at the top of this template, the text will be displayed in the desired location. But if I say that


Then nothing shows. The template comment – comment_forum.html.twig does not know what "pager" is.

Does anyone know where the right place is to add a pager to the top of the forum posts?

8 – Get the last published version (moderation status) of the node when switching to "Published"

I want to get the last published version of a published state node for content moderation. The following code works fine until I put a node in the "Published" state where it can not find anything.

                $ query = Drupal :: database () -> select (& # 39; content_moderation_state_field_data & # 39 ;, & # 39; ms & # 39;);

$ query-> join ('node_field_revision', 'nf', 'nf.nid = ms.content_entity_id AND nf.vid = ms.content_entity_revision_id AND nf.langcode = ms. long code & # 39);

// join table so we can check what content type this node belongs to.
$ query-> join (& # 39; node_field_data & # 39 ;, & 39 ;, & ndgr; nid = nf.nid & # 39;);

$ query-> fields (& # 39; nf & # 39 ;, ['nid', 'vid']);

// Compare moderation status in the site workflow.
$ query-> condition (& # 39; ms.workflow & # 39 ;, & # 39; site_content & # 39;);

// The node must be in a published moderation state in the site workflow.
$ query-> condition (& # 39; ms.moderation_state & # 39 ;, $ moderation_state);

// content node type.
$ query-> condition (& ndt; type & # 39 ;, $ bundle_id);

return $ query-> execute () -> fetchAll ();

How can I get the last published version of a node to be returned when the status changes to "published"?

This code is called by a service called by hook_entity_type_update ().

8 – Add additional event lists to the menu item in the attached library

This is my first Drupal 8 project and I have a problem with how I can attach an additional event handler to an object.
I'm working on a custom theme with Radix as the base topic. I use Superfish as a menu module.
One of the problems is that Superfish creates an additional "Root" menu called "Menu", which is displayed when the Bootstrap Hamburger menu is clicked. Then you need to click on "Menu" to display the current menu (accordion).
I've found a code snippet in an issue: https://www.drupal.org/project/superfish/issues/2891228, where the "menu" toggle function is hidden, but it does not work.

I have set up a library definition and a & # 39; script.js & # 39; created:

import "popper.js";
import "bootstrap";

(Function ($, Drupal) {
Drupal.behaviors.helloWorld = {
append (context) {
console.log ("hello world");

Drupal.behaviors.myMainMenu = {
append (context) {
console.log ("myMainMenu:" + context.toString ());
$ (". navbar-collapse", context) .once (& # 39; myMainMenu & # 39;). on (
"show shown shown.bs.collapse show.bs.collapse",
() => {
console.log ("navbar-collapse");
if (! $ ("# superfish-main-accordion"). hasClass ("sf-extended")) {
console.log (& # 39; no expand & # 39;);
$ ("superfish-main-toggle")
}) (jQuery, Drupal);

I know the script is running because I'm in the console several times & # 39; Hello World & # 39; and & # 39; myMainMenu & # 39; + See some glob. But I never manage to get the other console messages.

I also know the code in the if statement that is correct. When I run it manually in the console, it works as intended.

What should be the correct code?

datetime – Drupal 8 Problem with the date input format

I need to import a large record (over 300,000 records) into a Drupal 8 site. I've found out how to do this with feeds on a small test record.

However, one problem is that the data in the records has the format "June 8, 2018". I see no way to use a Drupal 8 date field to enter data in this format.

I need to be able to create views that display records based on a date range.

What is the best way to import the data into Drupal in a format suitable for views? Would it be possible to use Calculated Field to convert the data while it is being imported? Or is it better to run an SQL query after the data has been imported?

Thanks for all suggestions.

8 – How should the user logout process proceed?

I have created a full private website. Everything seems to work. If users want to log out, are they from / user / logout / user / login? Destination = / redirected, which seems to me normal behavior.

A client has informed me that he is not to / user / login? Destination = / is redirected, but remains in the directory / user / logout and receives the error "Access denied".

I can not reproduce this problem.

How should the logout work? Is the forwarding from / user / logout to / user / login? Destination = / the normal behavior?

8 – Update the core to a specific version with Composer

My website has not been updated for two months. Some new updates have been released.
The core version of my site is 8.5.6.
Before running Composer Update with dependencies I've read the release notes for the latest version of Core (8.6.2). They are:

Instead, sites on 8.5.x should be immediately upgraded to Drupal 8.5.8
plan to upgrade to the latest version 8.6.x before May 2019.

How do I update the old core to Drupal 8.5.8 instead?
How do I specify this version in CLI, which command?
Finally, I want to update it to the latest version.

Permissions – MySQL 8 Roles – I'm probably missing something obvious

I'm trying to use roles in MySQL 8 and fail. I have read the documentation and as far as I can tell, I'm doing it right. Since this is an attempt on "hello world" level, I probably miss something very obvious, but I can not figure it out. Any help is greatly appreciated.

I try to do the following.

CREATE USER & # 39; reader & # 39; @ & # 39; localhost & # 39; IDENTIFIED BY & # 39; reader_password & # 39 ;;

CREATE ROLE & # 39; read_all & # 39 ;;

GRANT SELECT ON MySchema. * TO & read_all & # 39 ;;

GRANT & # 39; read_all & # 39; TO & # 39; reader & # 39; @ & # 39; localhost & # 39 ;;

The above script runs with root and all statements are successful.

Then I open a new connection with the & # 39; reader & # 39; user data and connect successfully. Any attempt to select a table in MySchema, however, will be rejected with the following error message:

SELECT * FROM MySchema.SomeTable;

SQL error [1142] [42000]: SELECT command to user & # 39; reader & # 39; @ & # 39; localhost & # 39; for table & # 39; SomeTable & # 39; denied

I expect this SELECT to succeed because the role has SELECT permissions and the role has been granted to the reader. What do I miss?

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The Dedicated was delivered in 2 days, and here comes the surprise, it's all OVH, that you can buy it yourself at half price, and it comes with a test window that you can install yourself. Links are below

SV1 OVH (if you buy it for your own price) = 59 | GreenCloudVps price = 105

SV2 OVH (if you buy it for your own price) = 65 | GreenCloudVps = 115

SV3 OVH (if you buy it for your own price) = 59 | GreenCloudVps = 122

SV4 OVH (if you buy it at your own price) = 60 | GreenCloudVps = 125

SV5 OVH (if you buy it for your own price) = 63 | GreenCloudVps = 127

The same applies to France. The price for your own window is even cheaper. For a test window that you can install yourself. :) This is a page where their page was unavailable the whole day. Why are you paying more for nothing?

These are also the datacenters of their VPS nodes

Here was my vps in operation. You can see that these are all outdated machines that are not only very old and slow, but also do not guarantee that your data will run on their crappy servers, or two.

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