tokens – Webform submission value as date field default

I need to populate a webform date field with the value of another date field. Here’s the yaml:

  '#type': date
  '#title': 'Birthdate'
  '#help_title': 'Birthdate Format'
  '#help': 'Please enter your birthday in MM/DD/YYYY format.'
  '#date_date_max': '-18 years'
  '#date_date_format': m/d/Y
  '#default_value': '[webform_submission:values:birthdate_primary_contact:html_date]'

If I use that same value [webform_submission:values:birthdate_primary_contact:html_date] in a text field, it populates just fine, but I can’t get the date to enter in the date field.
So far I’ve tried:


Any suggestions?




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blockchain – Ethereum vs ERC20 Tokens – What’s The Relationship?

I read that “ERC20 token transactions consume processing power on the Ethereum platform. Processing power costs gas, which is paid for with Ether.”

Is this true? I feel like it’s not.

For example, LINK is an ERC20 token. If I send LINK tokens to another person, there is a fee in LINK. Does this mean that the LINK token fee is converted to an equivalent USD value of ETH, which is then paid to a miner (or staker) as ETH?

If so, what happens to that LINK token fee? It disappears and the total LINK in existence slightly decreases?

Who can shed some light on the ETH and ERC20 Token Relationship?

(Please be super specific – not just metaphors)

Thank you!!!

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theming – Twig Tokens in Views not Rendering Inside an HTML Element

I’m using views to create a custom block of shortcut icons and need the images to link to the corresponding content. Using Rewrite Results I can overwrite the output of the view and have an anchor tag wrap around the image, however when I inspecting the output on the site, the href is blank making the images useless as links. Everything else renders though.

The view uses two fields, all from the same content type (shortcut). It consists of an image and a URL field. The image field is called first and then hidden to get the tokens, and the URL field holds the actual rewrite text. All of the these Twig tokens are listed as available within the Replacement Patterns dialog box.

<a href="{{ field_url__uri }}">
{{ field_image }}
{{ field_url }}

Does Twig Debug affect the output for content like this? Is there another format I should be using? I tried calling and hiding via CSS the {{field_url}} first, before the rest of the rewrite text to see if it had to do with render inheritance but it still didn’t change the blank href output.

Any insight on why the Twig token won’t render inside HTML would be GREATLY appreciated. Thank you.

¿Cómo puedo transferir tokens ERC20 usando la biblioteca php sc0Vu/web3.php?

Me gustaría que alguien me instruyera sobre cómo usar la biblioteca sc0Vu/web3.php Estoy interesado en algún ejemplo de implementación yo mismo firmando las transacciones local mente, muchísimas gracias.

Do JWT refresh tokens have security benefits?

I’m trying to figure out where the security benefits of having a refresh token and an access token for JWT are.

Another post on stackexchange says:

But why is it safe to have a refresh token that can last for months
when the JWT can’t? The answer is simple: It must be possible to
revoke the refresh token so that the server no longer accepts it and
won’t issue new JWTs to someone who has it.

  1. Imagine someone has your refresh token -> You have to revoke the refresh token

  2. Imagine you have no refresh token, but just grant the access token with long lifetime -> You have to revoke the access token.

In both cases, you have to revoke one token.

Why can you not just revoke an access token and not have a refresh token?

c# – Where to carry JWT Tokens in Requests

I have an AspNet application which I’m authenticating using a separate AspNet Core application. It returns a JWT token which is then carried in a Http Cookie. The AspNet application validates each request has a valid JWT Token.

The immediate issue I face is the 4kb limit of HTTP Cookies. I need to carry permission information in the Token Claims which might exceed this limit.

I’ve thought about a couple of paths to solve this and would like advice:

  1. Compressing the token – however I noticed the compression rates aren’t consistent.

  2. Switching to Http Header with a 16kb limit in IIS – I’m not sure yet how to set it from the AspnetCore side and I guess I’ll need to set them on each request from the Client as they aren’t persisted like Cookies.

  3. Store it in the Http Body and set it on each request from the Client.

Are there any other considerations which would be helpful here?

authentication – Best practices for generating and storing authorization codes and access tokens in OAuth server

I’ve recently implemented an OAuth server functionality to our service. I’ve consulted OAuth 2.0 Threat Model and Security Considerations and addressed most of the concerns. I am curious about any best practices for generating authorization code and access_token.

Our backend is written in Node.js, so I am using uuid v4 for both codes and access tokens. Historically, I’ve seen code’s to be shorter than uuid v4, around 6-8 characters long. And recently, I’ve seen tokens in Slack API be likely something else.

Now, I know uuid is considered to be unguessable, we also use a code only one time, and the code is short-lived. Is there anything else that can improve the quality (or unguessability) of the codes and access tokens?

Additionally, does it make sense to hash the codes and access tokens inside database? What is the optimal hash function for it? Right now we use sha256 in similar places.

entities – Guidance on entity reference – tokens or token parsing tools suggestions?

I have 3 content types – Organization, Site and Station. Stations related to a Site. Sites related to an Organization. A user can update is ‘location’ to show where they are working that day.

I use a token to show the user’s current ‘location’. I can’t seem to parse the location to reflect the Organization relationship.

EG; user is at gate 1. Gate 1 is part of site ‘Campus’. Campus is part of site ‘UC Berkeley’.

I get perfect results for Site : [current-user:field_current_location:entity:field_reference_location]
and I get perfect results for Station: [current-user:field_current_location]
but I can’t get the correct token to show the current related Organization.
My latest attempt was : [current-user:field_current_location:entity:field_reference_organization:entity]

Suggestions? is there a token parse module that shows values realtime I can rely on?