Mighty Farm LTD – powerful Farm.ltd – HYIPs

Different climatic conditions under which you can grow a variety of different crops, vegetables and fruits;
Large agricultural areas;
The innate confidence of most consumers in agricultural products of "agricultural origin";
A system of subsidies and different types of privileges to which producers have access due to the implementation of an existing production policy.

At the same time, it is not always easy to make money from the wholesale of vegetables and fruits – it is about choosing the right business model. It can either be self-produced – for example, arable land or greenhouses for growing vegetables, orchards, vineyards or berry plantations, or wholesale. Each model requires investment in assets or infrastructure, the establishment of a sales system and, of course, documentary support. In this context we founded the company MightyFarmLTD, which will help our customers to participate in the development of this business and to benefit from it.

Visual Studio error: Check that the server is running and connected to the SharePoint farm

For this edition you have to give db_owner Permissions for the account that you use to deploy the custom SharePoint solution to all SharePoint-related databases.

Complete the following steps to assign permission:

Open the database,
expand Security -> Registrations -> Right click on the account and go to Properties.
Then, in the Properties window on the left, click User Mappings.
You can then select the database and select the permission as db_owner as shown in the picture below and click OK.

For details on the steps, see the following article:

[Solved] The local SharePoint server is not available. Check that the server is running and connected to the SharePoint farm.

Mighty Farm Ltd – Mightyfarm.ltd

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Online date: 2020-04-14

Investment plans: 0.3% daily for 15 days, main return; 0.5% daily for 30 days, main return; 0.6% daily for 60 days, main return; 0.7% daily for 90 days, main return; 0.8% daily for 120 days, main return; 0.9% daily for 150 days, main return; 1% daily for 180 days, main return; 1.1% daily for 210 days, main return; 1.2% daily for 240 days, main return; 1.3% daily for 270 days, main return; 1.4% daily for 300 days, main return; 1.5% daily for 330 days, main return; 1.6% daily for 360 days

Min. Expenses: $ 10

Referral commission: 3-1-1%

Payout type Manual

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Accpet payment: Perfect money, PAYEER.

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Since the Middle Ages, agriculture has been revered as the most natural occupation for the people of the world. There are, as it seems at first glance, all the prerequisites:

Different climatic conditions under which you can grow a variety of different crops, vegetables and fruits;
Large agricultural areas;
The innate confidence of most consumers in agricultural products of "agricultural origin";
A system of subsidies and different types of privileges to which producers have access due to the implementation of an existing production policy.

At the same time, it is not always easy to make money from the wholesale of vegetables and fruits – it is about choosing the right business model. It can either be in-house production – for example farmland or greenhouses for growing vegetables, orchards, vineyards or berry plantations, or wholesale. Each model requires investment in assets or infrastructure, the establishment of a sales system and, of course, documentary support. In this context we founded the company MightyFarmLTD, which will help our customers to participate in the development of this business and to benefit from it.

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Sharepoint server – Web content is not displayed after adding new WFE to the SP2013 farm

I wanted to replace WFE and first added a new server to the existing SP2013 farm.
However, I could add a farm to the new server. If I open the site after shutting down the old WFE, 404, 505, etc. are returned.
Confirms that services can be run in Configuration Assistant and I have no idea what to do next.

I am creating an SP server for the first time, so I really need your help.
We look forward to your help!

AWS architecture for a huge IOT device farm

I started working on a project where a large number of IoT devices are reporting data about their status. I want to design a system in which I can see the current values ​​of a particular device in real time (if possible).

What I've tried in AWS Cloud so far: –

AWS IoT Core -> AWS Kinesis data FireHose -> AWS Kinesis data stream -> AWS RedShift and AWS S3 -> AWS Lambda -> AWS Aurora -> AppSync -> Web / Mobile

I saved data in Redshift and S3 to back it up and then query data from Redshift and merge data based on device ID and update data in AWS Aurora. The merging and updating takes place in Lambda. I used AppSync for the frontend

I'm fairly new to AWS Architecture and what I've brought with me. I also refer to this architecture However, this does not tell me how to merge the data with existing data.

Is there a better way to run this or any other service that I can use in AWS?

SQL upgrade – Remove old SQL Server from the SharePoint 2013 farm

My current SharePoint Foundation 2013 is connected to SQL Server 2008 R2.

I have successfully moved all databases to my new SQL Server 2014 by following the article below.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/administration/move-all-databases

Everything is fine, except that my old SQL Server is still displayed on the "Server in Farm" page (central administration, system settings, managing servers in this farm).

I see the "Remove Server" link, but when I click it, I get the following error message. How do I completely remove my old SQL Server from the SharePoint farm? Thank you very much.

An object in the SharePoint administrative framework, "SPDatabaseServiceInstance", could not be deleted because other objects depend on it.
Update all of these dependants to point to null or different objects and retry this operation.
The dependant objects are as follows: SPWebService Name=WSS_Administration SPWebService

SQL Server – Prevent Primary Farm Writes to DR Database After Failover?

I have two SharePoint farms, one active and one DR farm, that use SQL availability groups to synchronize content and some service DBs. In the event of a manual failover, how do I prevent the primary farm from trying to write something to the now active databases that are now used by the DR farm?

Further details: I have an AOAG with three nodes, nodes A and B are at the main site and in synchronization mode, node C is at the DR site and is an asynchronous node. The primary farm has been configured with the listener name so that synchronization failovers between synchronization nodes A and B work properly. The DR farm is configured with a local SQL alias for the read-only asynchronous node, so the DR farm never tries to write something directly to the SQL databases on the main page. After failover, node C becomes read-only and the DR farm is then in read / write mode. That's great. But how do I prevent the main farm from trying to write something to the now active node C?

postgresql – calculation of the seasons for a farm

Long time Lauerer, the first time poster. I have been looking for a solution to this problem for a while and can no longer imagine what to look for.

I work for a farm and we have this farm management system that people can use to do activities (like planting / watering / etc …). Ultimately, I try to calculate every day of activity after planting so that each field is comparable. The current problem I am encountering is the calculation of the 'season' timeline since several crops may be planted in one field within a year.

BTW Postgres used as my DB

Basically my table looks like this:
Crop Plantings Table (simplified)

Ideally, I would like to query this somehow to create a seasonality table for the date range so that I can cross-reference all other activities to determine what "season" the activity belongs to and, as such, can determine the correct planting date.

I think the table would look something like this:

Ideal seasons

I'm assuming a kind of log transformation query for user activity on websites works similarly to categorize time periods, but I haven't found anything helpful yet.

Let me know if you have any thoughts / ideas!

Thanks a lot!

Sharepoint on Premise – Shared roles are not shown when a new server is added to an existing Farm 2016.

We had created a SharePoint 2016 farm with Minrole before we released Feature Pack 1. This farm contains 4 servers – a WebFrontEnd, application, distributed cache and search server. For high availability, shared roles must be added with two other servers.
We have now installed Feature Pack 1 and 2. However, when I add a new server to this existing farm, the new shared roles such as WebFrontEndWithDistributedCache and ApplicationWithSearch are not shown. We need to add the new servers with shared roles. Can you suggest a solution to this problem?