Migration – Migration_lookup plugin if the field names do not match

I had a migration for image files to media images. A migration search was used by:

  field_media_image/target_id:
-
  plugin: migration_lookup
  migration: agr_file
  source: fid

Now I'm migrating an entity that uses some of these images. With the previous migration I have to look up the FID somehow and find the Media Entity_ID.

I don't understand this for two reasons: there is no fid: entity_id field mapping in the original migration as such, and the name of the field that contains the fid in the original migration was different than in the current entity.

One consideration is that the FIDs are the same on D8 as on D7An alternative to a migration search would be to search with an existing or custom plugin to find a media image entity with the desired FID and return the entity ID.

dnd 5e – How can I show my players that they have multiple options for a match?

For my next session with my PCs, I plan to witness an attack on an NPC that is supposed to give them the adventure. It is planned that the group will meet his daughter, who has also painted a target on her back. I want players to make decisions throughout the adventure whether to defend themselves, hide, or run away during an encounter.

The first encounter should guide the player's expectations. I don't want trying to save the man to appear as the only option, but I don't want it to look like it's not an option. How can I help my players realize that they have more than one option?

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programming – TagSetDelayed does not match query

I am trying to create an easy combination of Query with named columns data of uniform dimension.

My first idea is TagSetDelayed a head (TableStore) With Query and replace Slots in the operators with the column index.

ClearAll(TableStore)
TableStore /: Query(operators__)(TableStore(assoc_Assocation)) := 
 Query(Sequence @@ 
    ReplaceAll(
      Slot(key_String) :> 
       Curry(Part)(key /. assoc("Dispatch")))@{operators}
 )@assoc

The TableStore has the following structure.

ts = TableStore(
      <|"Columns" -> {"A", "B"}, 
        "Dispatch" -> Dispatch({"A" -> 1, "B" -> 2}), 
        "Data" -> Partition(Range@6, 2)
      |>);

Unfortunately, the up value is not called.

Query(All, "A")@ts
TableStore(Missing("KeyAbsent", "A"))

Expect {1, 3, 5},

The TracePrint indicates that the up-value form has been created; about line 8 of the print. There were no error messages TableStore was too deep when the up-value was created.

Any ideas why this appreciation is not caught?

Download – Android Update results in "Data hash does not match digest in descriptor" error

My Samsung Galaxy A70 asked for a software update this morning. I dutifully followed and left it to continue.

When I returned, I received the following error:

Partition tz

Reason tz: The hash of the data does not match the digest in descriptor 2

Plus some other things about hash, firmware version, etc.

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For clarification, I have only decided on an update. I have not connected any cables (as shown in the picture) and have not tried any manual firmware / software installation.

It's still under warranty, so I'll probably just go back to the retailer, but I thought I'd ask here, hoping that there is a quick fix that won't void the warranty.

Any suggestions?

Thank you very much

ios – Lap time data uploaded from my Apple Watch does not match the lap times shown on my iPhone

I uploaded my health data from my Apple Watch to track my lap times. However, the lap times recorded in the XML file I uploaded are consistently shorter than those stated on my watch.

For example, here is what I uploaded for a round.

        date: '2020-02-04 18:54:54 -0800'
    duration: '0.5025173644224803'
durationUnit: 'min'
        type: 'HKWorkoutEventTypeLap'

However, the actual lap time was rather 40 seconds.

Even worse, the error rate is not constant, so my lap time data uploaded really doesn't correlate with my actual data. This is very strange because the duration, kilocalories, etc. are just right for the whole workout. Could someone please advise?

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node.js – aws does not match the signature of the URL request when uploading

I am trying to upload an image with the given URL

const s3Params = {
  Bucket: config.MAIN_BUCKET,
  Key: S3_BUCKET + '/'+fileName,
  ContentType: fileType,
  Expires: 900,
  ACL: 'public-read'
};
const s3 = new AWS.S3({
  accessKeyId: config.accessKeyId,
  secretAccessKey: config.secretAccessKey,
  'region': config.region
});
const url = await s3.getSignedUrlPromise('putObject', s3Params)
return url

I get something like a URL

https://s3.eu-west-1.amazonaws.com/bucket/folder/access.JPG?AWSAccessKeyId=xxxx&Content-Type=multipart%2Fform-data&Expires=1580890085&Signature=xxxx&x-amz-acl=public-read

I tried to upload a file with the content type image / jpg, multipart / form-data. An attempt was made to generate a URL without a file type and upload. but it doesn't work

Always errors:

The request signature we calculated does not match the signature you provided. Check your key and signature method.

Credentials have appropriate permissions because these upload files are fine when you try to upload an S3 putobject (although an API instead of a given URL).

Features – How do you know how many formulas or rules match a particular sequence?

Is there a limit to the number of unique solutions that the sequence can have for a given sequence?

Also, in a sense, I'm not sure if uniqueness is even possible if you have two formulas, both of which produce the same output for an infinite sequence of numbers at each step. In such a case, the two formulas are "equal" by definition, I'm not sure.

For example, if the order is given: 1, 3, ….
And asked what's next.

You could say 5 (2n-1) or 9 (3 ^ (n-1)), both of which are equally valid. If we add a third value 1,3,5, we exclude the * 3 formula as a possibility. At the very least, this implies that the number of valid formulas that predict this is limited if we get more values ​​in a sequence.

Also, in a sense, I'm not sure if uniqueness is even possible if you have two formulas, both of which produce the same output for an infinite sequence of numbers at each step. In such a case, the two formulas are "equal" by definition, I'm not sure.

This leads to the subquery: "is the number of solutions for a sequence (arbitrarily described as x1, x2, x3), the number of solutions for (x1, x2,), for which the next value is unknown, and the Number of solutions for a sequence whose lower limit is unknown is limited by (x1, x2, x3, x4) (since the 4-term case is only a further limited extension of the 3-term case)?

I have a few other questions based on the answers to the above, but this is the first time I am putting a question in the stack and I feel that it is a bad form to have multiple questions in a single post to deliver. So if you have an answer to one or some – just do what you can.

I saw a similar question here. Several rules for a certain sequence of numbers, which at least answer the question whether (in some cases) there are as many solutions for a as desired at last Sequence, but I don't think it captures everything. Forgive me for my incompetence if not