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online sharepoint: the Version history field shows that the field was updated, although it was not

In my SharePoint document library, I have a date column with a predetermined date (that is, today's date). This works well.

My problem is: every time I update the document, or any other metadata besides this date column, the version history shows that this date column has changed for each version, although its value has not changed. It is saturating the view and will hinder the audit.

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What am I doing wrong here? Here is the field configuration:

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react.js – Component call reaction (history.replace (), history, push ()) – Racecondition?

import react from & # 39; react & # 39 ;;
import PropTypes from & # 39; prop-types & # 39 ;;
import {connect} from & # 39; react-redux & # 39 ;;
import {Link, Redirect, withRouter} from & # 39; react-router-dom & # 39 ;;

// eslint-disable-next-line
import {hot} from & # 39; react-hot-loader & # 39 ;;

import check box from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / check box & # 39 ;;

import SnackBar from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / Snackbar & # 39 ;;
import table from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / table & # 39 ;;
Import TableHead from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / TableHead & # 39 ;;
import TableBody from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / TableBody & # 39 ;;
import TableRow from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / TableRow & # 39 ;;
import TableCell from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / TableCell & # 39 ;;
import information about tools from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / information about tools & # 39 ;;

import button from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / Button & # 39 ;;
import dialog from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / dialog & # 39 ;;
import DialogTitle from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / DialogTitle & # 39 ;;
import DialogActions from & # 39; @ material-ui / core / DialogActions & # 39 ;;

import SaveConfigDialog from & # 39; ./ SaveConfigDialog & # 39 ;;
Import ShareConfigDialog from & # 39; ./ ShareConfigDialog & # 39 ;;
import SaveConfigResultDialog from & # 39; ./ SaveConfigResultDialog & # 39 ;;

import EtailerLightbox from & # 39; ../ shared / etailer-lightbox & # 39 ;;

Import DeleteConfirmation from & # 39; ../ delete-confirmation & # 39 ;;

amount {removeProduct} from & # 39; ../../ store / product-selection / actions & # 39 ;;

Import notification from & # 39; ../ notification & # 39 ;;
Import ProductLine from & # 39; ./ product-line & # 39 ;;

// import {getCookies, setCookie} from & # 39; ../../ utils / cookie & # 39 ;;
import {sessionId, fireEvent} from & # 39; ../../ utils / gtm-helper & # 39 ;;
amount {getProductTitle} from & # 39; ../../ utils / product-helper & # 39 ;;
amount {addProductIds} from & # 39; ../../ data / service / product-cart-cookie & # 39 ;;
import {translate} from & # 39; ../../ utils / translations & # 39 ;;
import {icon} from & # 39; ../../ utils / icons & # 39 ;;

import selection from & # 39; ../../data/ model / Selection & # 39 ;;
Import ProductCollection from & # 39; ../../ data / model / product-collection & # 39 ;;

import the configuration from & # 39; ../../ data / model / configuration & # 39 ;;
import ConfigurationDataService from & # 39; ../../ data / service / ConfigurationDataService & # 39 ;;
import {withConfigurationData} from & # 39; ../../ context / ConfigurationDataContext & # 39 ;;

const propTypes = {
// the selection of products to be rendered
globalProductSelection: PropTypes.instanceOf (Selection) .isRequired,
// a function to call when a product is removed from the selection
onRemoveProduct: PropTypes.func,
// the currently loaded configuration can be null
loadedConfiguration: PropTypes.instanceOf (Configuration),
// the data service to use to save the configuration
configurationDataService: PropTypes.instanceOf (ConfigurationDataService)
.it is required,
};

const defaultProps = {
// by default, do nothing
onRemoveProduct: Function.prototype,
loadedConfiguration: null,
};

/ **
* summarizes the current selection
* @ Save some soft refactoring could be in order
* @all finds better names for the internal and global product selection.
* @dodo documents what the internal selection is used for
* /
Summary of the class extends React.Component {
constructor (accessories) {
super (props);

const {globalProductSelection} = this.props;

const products = globalProductSelection.getProducts ();

this.state = {
// indicates which products are selected within this summary
// do not confuse this with the selection that should be shown
selected: new ProductCollection (... products.items.concat ()),
// true if the etailer lightbox should be displayed
showEtailerLightbox: false,
showFeedback: false,
// true if the "save configuration" dialog box should be displayed
saveConfigDialog: false,
// true if the "saved settings" dialog is displayed
saveConfigResultDialog: false,
isRequestByShareCode: false,
shareCodeNotAvailable: false,
showCurrentSelectionGetsOverwrittenDialog: false,
};

this.shareCode = null;

this.trackingSessions = {
addToCartSession: null,
compare Session: null,
shareSession: null,
};
}

componentDidMount () {
const {isRequestByShareCode} = this.state;
const {shareCode} = this.props;

if (shareCode &&! isRequestByShareCode) {
this.setState ({isRequestByShareCode: true});
this.shareCode = shareCode;
this.checkForUnsavedCurrentSeletion ();
}
}

checkForUnsavedCurrentSeletion () {
const {configurationDataService} = this.props;
const currentSelectedProductAmount = parseInt (
localStorage.getItem (& # 39; product-advisor-productsamount & # 39;) || & # 39; 0 & # 39 ;,
10
);
return configurationDataService
.isThisShareCodeValid (this.shareCode)
.then ((isConfigValid) => {
if (isConfigValid) {
if (currentSelectedProductAmount> 0) {
returns this.showOverwriteDialog ();
}
return this.handleCurrentSelectionIsEmpty ();
}
returns this.handleConfigIsNotValid ();
});
}

handleCurrentSelectionIsEmpty () {
this.loadConfigIntoWizard (this.shareCode);
const {history} = this.props;
if (history.location.pathname.includes (& # 39; share & # 39;)) {
history.replace (& # 39; / selection / summary & # 39;);
}
}

handleConfigIsNotValid () {
this.setState ({shareCodeNotAvailable: true});
}

showOverwriteDialog () {
this.setState ({showCurrentSelectionGetsOverwrittenDialog: true});
}

loadConfigIntoWizard (shareCode) {
const {configurationDataService} = this.props;

return configurationDataService
.getConfigurationByShareCode (shareCode)
.then (configuration =>
configurationDataService.loadIntoWizard (configuration));
}

/ **
* Remove a product from the given selection and the internal selection also
* @param {Product} product
* /
removeProduct (product) {
if (! product) return;

this.setState (
({selected}) => {
selected.removeProduct (product);

he came back {
selected: new ProductCollection (... selected.items),
};
}
() => this.props.onRemoveProduct (product)
);
}

/ **
* Empty the current selection (and the internal selection as well)
* /
removeAllSelectedProducts () {
this.state.selected.forEach (product => this.removeProduct (product));
// deselect everything - everything was removed
this.setState ({selected: new ProductCollection (...[])});
}

/ **
* change the selection of all products
* - if all the products are not selected, select all
* - if all products are selected, select none
* /
toggleAll (forceShow) {
const {globalProductSelection} = this.props;
Yes (
this.state.selected.length () <
        globalProductSelection.getProducts().length() ||
      forceShow
    ) {
      this.setState({
        selected: new ProductCollection(...globalProductSelection.getProducts().items),
      });
    } else {
      this.setState({
        selected: new ProductCollection(...[]),
      });
    }
  }

  /**
   * toggles the selection of the given product
   * @param  {Product} product
   */
  toggleSelection(product) {
    const currentSelection = this.state.selected;

    if (currentSelection.hasProduct(product)) {
      currentSelection.removeProduct(product);
    } else {
      currentSelection.addProduct(product);
    }

    this.setState({
      selected: new ProductCollection(...currentSelection.items),
    });
  }

  storeProductsToCookie() {
    /*
    to create a unique id within a cart for each
    configuration we use a sessionId for temp configs
    */
    addProductIds(
      this.state.selected.map(product => `$ {product.id}`),
`Car _ $ {sessionId}`
) .then (() => {
/ * Tracing * /
if (this.trackingSessions.addToCartSession! == `$ {sessionId}`) {
this.trackingSessions.addToCartSession = `$ {sessionId}`;
this.state.selected.forEach ((product) => {
fire event ({
category: & # 39; Product Advisor_beta_Configurations & # 39 ;,
Tag: `Cart _ $ {sessionId}`,
action: `$ {product.name} - $ {product.category.name ||
product.productCategory} `,
});
});
}
});
}

handleCancelClick () {
this.shareCode = null;
this.setState ({showCurrentSelectionGetsOverwrittenDialog: false});
this.props.history.goBack ();
}

handleOkClick () {
const {history} = this.props;
this.loadConfigIntoWizard (this.shareCode) .then (() => {
const {globalProductSelection} = this.props;

this.setState ({
selected: new ProductCollection (... globalProductSelection.getProducts (). items),
showCurrentSelectionGetsOverwrittenDialog: false,
});
if (history.location.pathname.includes (& # 39; share & # 39;)) {
history.replace (& # 39; / selection / summary & # 39;);
}
});
}

buildDialog () {
he came back (
      
        
          
          
          
          {translate (& # 39; product.summary.shareConfigByUrl.selectionGetsOverwritten & # 39;)}
        

        
          
          
        
      
    
    
    
    );
}

render () {
const {
global product selection,
Configuration loaded,
it's off,
} = this.props;
const {
shareCodeNotAvailable,
isRequestByShareCode,
showCurrentSelectionGetsOverwrittenDialog,
} = this state.

yes (it is disabled) return ;
// if (isDisabled) return ;
const products = globalProductSelection.getProductsOrderedByCategoryAndSubCategory ();
if (! globalProductSelection.hasProducts () &&! isRequestByShareCode) {
he came back ;
}

if (shareCodeNotAvailable) {
he came back ;
}

if (showCurrentSelectionGetsOverwrittenDialog && !! this.shareCode) {
returns this.buildDialog ();
}

const firstSelectedProduct = this.state.selected.at (0);

const {showEtailerLightbox} = this.state;

const resultTableCSS = {position: & # 39; relative & # 39;};
he came back (
      
{ this.setState ({ showEtailerLightbox: false, }); }} onAddToCart = {() => { this.storeProductsToCookie (); this.setState ({ showEtailerLightbox: false, }); // Website-Function to switch cart window.addToCartTimeout (); }} /> 0} disableRipple color = { this.state.selected.length () === products.length () ? & # 39; secondary & # 39; : & # 39; defect & # 39; } onChange = {() => this.toggleAll ()} />
{this.state.selected.length> 0? (
{translate (& # 39; summary.items.you_have & # 39;)}
{this.state.selected.length ()} {this.state.selected.length ()> 0 ? translate (& # 39; summary.items.selected & # 39;) : translate (& # 39; summary.item.selected & # 39;)}
): ( & # 39; & # 39; )}
{ this.setState ({ openDeletionAlert: true, }); }} > & # 8203;
{translate('product.summary.flush')}
{translate (& # 39; overview.myconfigs & # 39;)} { this.setState ({showShareConfigDialog: true}); }} > {translate (& # 39; product.summary.shareConfig & # 39;)} { const doTrack = () => { Yes ( this.trackingSessions.compareSession! == `$ {sessionId}` ) { this.trackingSessions.compareSession = `$ {sessionId}`; this.state.selected.forEach ((product) => { fire event ({ category: & # 39; Product Advisor_beta_Configurations & # 39 ;, label: `WatchList _ $ {sessionId}`, // I'm not sure if we need the old call getProductTitle, // so I leave it on // @TODO investigate if we really need this action: `$ {getProductTitle (product) || product.name} - $ {product.productCategory || product.category.name} `, }); }); } }; this.setState ({saveConfigDialog: true}); doTrack (); }} > {translate (& # 39; product.summary.compare & # 39;)} { Yes ( this.state.selected.length () === 1 && this.state.selected.at (0) .etailer ) { this.setState ({ showEtailerLightbox: true, }); } else { this.storeProductsToCookie (); // Website-Function to switch cart window.addToCartTimeout (); } }} > {translate (& # 39; product.cart.addtocart & # 39;)}
{translate('product.cart.addtocart')}
{productos.map (product => ( this.toggleSelection (p)} onRemoveProduct = {removedProduct => this.removeProduct (deletedProduct) } /> ))}
{this.state.saveConfigDialog && ( this.setState ({saveConfigDialog: false})} onSave = {() => this.setState ({saveConfigResultDialog: true})} /> )} {this.state.saveConfigResultDialog && ( this.setState ({ saveConfigResultDialog: false, saveConfigDialog: false, }) } /> )} this.setState ({ showFeedback: false, }) } /> this.setState ({ OpenDeletionAlert: false, }) } onConfirm = {() => this.setState ( { OpenDeletionAlert: false, } () => this.removeAllSelectedProducts () ) } /> {this.state.showShareConfigDialog && ( this.setState ({ showShareConfigDialog: false, }) } /> )}
); } } Summary.propTypes = propTypes; Summary.defaultProps = defaultProps; const stateMapper = ({ productSelection: {selected, loadedConfiguration}, }) => ({ globalProductSelection: selected, Configuration loaded, }); Hot default export (module) (connect ( stateMapper, dispatch => ({ onRemoveProduct: product => dispatch (removeProduct (product)), }) ) (withRouter (withConfigurationData (Summary))));

Is the history of the United States government on September 11 really credible?

Do not.

As with most stories that give rise to "conspiracy theories," it happens because the information is hidden or hidden and the official story is not linked. That creates a vacuum that people try to fill with plausible stories.

The place to start is Building 7. There were small fires in the building, but it collapsed on its own base at freefall speed. First, the fires would not have been hot enough to melt the steel. Secondly, the supports for an entire floor would have to collapse at exactly the same time to happen as it happened.

Then, a fraction of a second later, the next floor would have to collapse. Why would a whole floor collapse at the same time? After a floor has collapsed, why would the floor immediately collapse below and not another floor? Or part of an apartment and part of another floor?

The supports for the floors can not be bent by the force of the upper floors that collapse because, if so, it would take energy from the fall to do that and that would add a delay. That delay would mean that buildings would not collapse at freefall speed but more slowly.

Then, if you add other suspicious things like: Larry Silverstein, the owner of the WTC lease, said that they decided to "pull" from Building 7; the BBC said it had collapsed even before it did; Silverstein had recently secured the complex to include terrorism; received two payments, one for each plane; Then there is the use of privileged information in aerospace actions; the FBI "clean up"; the investigation delayed and with insufficient funds; the pilots who fought to fly a Cessna managing to complete a 270 ° turn that ends exactly at ground level on a twin-engine plane; the lost remains and bodies in Shanksville; the similar event planned and called Operation Northwood; the pilot's passport intact; the wrong engine in the pentagon; the Israelis dancing; the art students who had access to the building for many days before the attack; Work on lifting axes. The list goes on …

Not suspicious at all!

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gmail: how to block all chat requests, except those that have an email history?

I am constantly interrupted by chat requests from spammers, such as porn operators. I would like to disable / deny all requests unless they are originated by a user whose email history has.

Search through Google Talk Help I do not see a discussion about blocking users before the chat request is made.

Is it possible to disable / deny requests unless they are originated by a user whose email history has? If so, then how do I do it?


Here is the program to which I refer. The window does not have a name, and when you hover over it, no information about tools with the name of the program is provided.

[ Politics ] Open question: Rush Limbaugh: Trump's July 4th speech "was well structured, it was chronological and it was a great history lesson." True or false?

[ Politics ] Open question: Rush Limbaugh: Trump's July 4th speech "was well structured, it was chronological and it was a great history lesson." True or false? .

sms – Disable message history Disabled Android Kyocera E6833

My old phone no longer holds the WI-FI signal, it is not long enough to transfer part of the history of old messages. I have fully charged the old phone and it says that it loses the WI-FI connection after about a minute.

Is there any way of doing this? Do I need to buy some kind of piggy-back connector, or can I get a file from the old phone manually through a PC? I have everything else transferred, but it seems that my message history was not being saved in Google.

Is there any way to change this to the new phone? (CAT S48c)

Where is Hitler? | Yahoo Answers

Who gives a cock? Dead and rotten exactly where all the qweers belong.

The button that presses the nonsense belongs to the grave and Hitler had a shit when it came to pressing a button.

Launch those Nazi V2 missiles to see what Nigs brings you.

The army of America is all black by the way. 65% believe.

By pressing those buttons for America, like the guys in Hitler's army, they pressed those buttons for the Nazis.

Ha-yuk ha-yuk ASSOCIATES!

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world of darkness – Is this vampire the synopsis of the masked V5 homebrew configuration is it plausible in terms of history?

As general manager who has just acquired Vampire, the V5 Corebook masquerade, and the Camarilla and Anarchs books. I use them to create an environment in a city that I like very much: Grenoble (France), which I will use with my player.

I want to know if this configuration is plausible in terms of history / how much is not. Since I will not copy / pass everything I write (to ask a question that is a question and not a novel), I will only show you the synopsis.


Grenoble was ruled by a powerful Tremere, Antoine Rousseau, a Childe de Goratrix. I did not agree with the Tremere Clan on most of the issues, but mostly about the members of the clans who linked with the blood and the fact of maintaining the knowledge for themselves. Rousseau leaves and makes Grenoble his home, then announced that the city is open to everyone, and anyone can learn the knowledge.

The power of Rousseau forces the members of the sects to respect their rules, which are more similar to the tradition of the Camarilla (replacing the "elder" with "the baron" and you have it), even if you add that the blood links and other mental domination are illegal among Vampires, and thus the city was neutral. For the most part, the baron was always there, sometimes he gives the paper to another person, but then recovers it sooner or later.

After Banu haqim enters the Camarilla, the sect decides to use them to, at first, highlight the city to the SI, then attack it, to obtain knowledge and this strategic territory. The city was taken quickly, and Chadia Rabah, a Banu Haqim, antoine Rousseau, diablerized, protected by a blood ritual that prevents her soul from being altered by that of the tremere. However, the Anarchs and a part of the Sabbat secured the knowledge of the elders, and hid them in the place known by a small number of vampires, who have all disappeared now, whether they have fled the city or been killed by the Camarilla or the IS.

As a reward for his murder, Chadia Rabah is now the Prince of Grenoble, and uses his position to name Banu Haqim in some position where diablerism is not a big problem.

Today, the city is in a cold war between the factions of Camarilla and 2 Anarchs, the Rousseau (Anarchs who want to make the city as it was in Rousseau's time) and Innovators (Anarcas allied themselves with some member of the Sabbat who did not participate in the Gehenna War). , who want to go to the "real" Anarchs style (and somehow in the Sabbat style))