You can participate in the airdrop activities to receive DOS airdrops for free, and share friends who receive airdrops can also receive DOS rewards. Of course, if you want to get more DOS, you can buy DOS at PancakeSwap.
1. Fill in your BSC wallet address to get 100,000,000 dos;
2. Share the link with your friends to participate in the airdrop activity. If you successfully recommend a new address, you can get 50,000,000 dos again, and the reward limit is 2,000,000,000 dos;
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When attempting to create a tablespace as part of an automated test process, we are getting an error “SQLCODE=-601, SQLSTATE=42710”. The the text error message is:
The name of the object to be created is identical to the existing name "TOCTS01" of type "TABLESPACE".
However, when we check the catalog view SYSCAT.TABLESPACES, the tablespace is not listed. The database in question is somewhat older: Db2 LUW 9.7. We maintain this only because some of our customers still have such old systems.
The automated tests are run with JUnit and the connection is (of course) JDBC. Attempts to drop the tablespace manually fail with
That basically says it doesn’t exist. Does anyone have an idea why the tablespace is said to exist when trying to create it but on the other hand is said not to exist when trying to drop it? Is there another catalog table or view where we could look?
The data listed under “App Privacy” is a declaration from the developer to you as the user which types of data they used to track and, and which data they link to you. It is however not a technical or functional specification of features unlocked for you or the developer, and as such do not represent any kind of “blocking” or “system denial” of information made available to the developer.
So this means that for example if the developer has specified that they link “Location” to you, it doesn’t say anything about whether or not iOS makes location information available to the app. You’ll see a separate prompt asking letting you decide whether or not the app will get information from iOS about your location (mainly from the built-in GPS). You can change whether or not the app gets that information from System Settings.
However even if you do not give that permission to the app, the app might still know your location by other means. I.e. for example by extracting location information from your photos, by deriving location information from your IP address, or many other means. The App Privacy declaration is there so that the developer is obligated to inform you whether or not they track you or link you by location by any means.
Note that it is possible for developers to lie or give incorrect information in the App Privacy section. However, if they do, it would certainly give Apple the possibility to remove the app from the App Store if they so choose, and possibly, depending on your jurisdiction, you might have the grounds for a lawsuit.
I have a list with permission setup as to be able to only see/modify list items created by a user. In the form we collect more names who would be responsible for this item (PM/BAs etc) and i would those additional users to be able to see/modify the list item along with one who created it.
is it possible to allow additional access without changing list setting (i know we could manage this via impersonate step in WF2010) but I only have SPD2013 and any other possible alternatives would be a great help.
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Here’s some context: I used to be an active member and a freelancer on this community few years back when my education took my prime focus and I left freelancing. Now-a-days, I find that I often have extra time at hand and I generally use it upgrade my knowledgebase and skillsets. Now I want to build a personal portfolio website and want to ensure best SEO practices from the scratch.
The topic at hand: I know there are myriad number of resources and tools out there but as the field develops and changes everyday. So I was wondering if we could discuss the following: 1. What are some best practices to take care of before making a website and what to keep in mind while running it? I mean, what are you guys doing for the same 2. What all tools and resources do people usually go for? Like I read people are staying away from freeware resources like undraw.co
Hope this is the right section to post the thread. It’s been long since I was last active here.
I have a Sharepoint 2016 (on premise) subsite which users are collaborating on a document with that isn’t in a workflow. These users are added to the site programmatically to have contribute permission upon the site being created. However, when they try to access the document or the subsite itself, they receive an “Access Denied” error. Users are not granted permissions to the parent site, only directly to the subsite.
Upon looking at the permissions of the user on the site (Site Settings > Site permissions), the permission levels of the users appear as I would expect them to however, upon checking Check Permissions, the same users are showing as having “None” permissions.
The ULS log files don’t show anything out of the ordinary during site creation. I see the site being created, the document being added and then the users being granted access as I might expect without any obvious errors but when they try to log in, the ULS file shows that their permission is 0x00000000 rather than 0x00010000, which I presume is Contribute permission in Sharepoint.
At this point, I am thinking it might be a database level problem but if that was the case, I would have thought that it would have caused other problems rather than this specifically. So why would Check Permissions show one permission level and the Site Permissions list show another?