Azure Event Hub vs Event Grid or something else?

I have a timer function that calls a group of APIs asynchronously and then converts the XML responses to SQL Server records to an on premises database. I want to send a message in case there is a failure in the response so that I can retry the API call. After reading the documentation for Event Hubs and Event Grids, I’m not sure if either one of those options satisfies my requirement. The following is the documentation I’ve read:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/event-hubs/event-hubs-about

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/event-grid/compare-messaging-services

Any insight would be appreciated.

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unrooting – Run Workspace One Hub on a Non-Root version of Android VM on Android Phone?

I want to run VMWare’s Workspace One Hub inside of a virtual machine on my Android (Pixel 5) device.

I have tried Parallel Spaces and VMOS and I can install Hub fine but when I try to set up my account, Hub says the account cannot be set up with a rooted device.

How can I turn off root in my virtual machines so Hub can set up my account fine?

How to upgrade a project in Unity Hub

I can verify PixelCake’s issue, and elaborate on Mario’s reply. You don’t specifically need the older version to be installed – literally any other version present on the system will allow you to upgrade.

With only one Unity version installed, you will get no dropdown under the Unity Version column, and the version number appears as simple text. Clicking the text does nothing. Clicking the project name fails to open the project, and displays the error as PixelCake reported.

To reproduce this effect, install Unity 2019.2.6f1 from the download page, and create and save an empty project with that version. Uninstall all Unity versions, then install any higher version (as of this writing, 2019.2.8f1 is the highest). Make sure this is the only version installed. Then, try to open your project. The “Unity Version” column will be text, not a dropdown, showing the only installed Unity version. Opening the project through Unity Hub will be impossible, giving the error reported in the original post:

Unity Hub with one version installed

However! Now install any other Unity version. In this example (just to illustrate the point) I installed a very old Unity version, 2017.1.5f1. With two+ versions available, the dropdown is now present, and the project can be opened in 2019.2.8f1:

Unity Hub with two versions installed

Note that the little orange caution sign is gone. You can now select the higher version, upgrade the project, then delete the dummy install that forced the dropdown to appear.

Assertion: I should be able to upgrade my project to a newer version of Unity, even if that’s the only version installed.

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macos – USB 3.0 hub connecting over USB 2.0; How to correct?

Issue:

I have a couple USB-C 3.0 hubs, and a 2016/2017 MacBook Pro 13″ (Fn-Key). The first hub, everything connected over USB 2.0, so I assumed it was just a shitty hub, so I bought one from Anker that is verifiably 3.0…

And all my devices connect over USB 2.0. Specifically, the device registers as both a USB 2.0 hub connect to the USB 3.0 controller, and as a USB 3.0 hub connected to the USB 3.1 controller. However, devices always default to the USB 2.0 device… — This is confirmed by System Information.

USB 3.0 BusUSB 3.1 Bus

I tested the same hub on a Windows PC with a USB-C port and it connected as a USB SuperSpeed (3.0) hub over the USB 3.1 controller…

So why is my MacBook connecting it as a legacy 2.0 device?

It’s clearly not. The devices connected are USB 3 devices that do not require external power. The hub is a USB 3.0 SuperSpeed hub. But my MacBook keeps prioritizing USB 2.0 for whatever reason…

Is there a way to disable the 3.0 controller and/or the 2.0 hub device?

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office 365 – Dynamic list from site in hub

I have a main communication site acting as hub : Projects

I have several teams sites in this hub : Project A, Project B, Project C,…

in the main site Projects, I have a list that shows different data from the projects : Person in charge, Launch date, Supplier, …

I would like that the team in charge of the project fill in info in the project site (i.e. Project A) and those data are aggregated in a master view in the Projects hub site.

I would like to get the functionalities of List (i.e. filters, different views,…)

Is there a way to do that in Sharepoint Office365?