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git-tf not finding TFS project in VSO


git-tf not finding TFS project in VSO

By : Nisse Ekström
Date : November 21 2020, 03:00 PM
seems to work fine You have the URL wrong, just use https://mytestvsts.visualstudio.com. MyTestProject refers to the team project.
When you use git-tf configure, you should specify the team project in the form of the source control path, ex: $/MyTestProject
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Finding division by zero in a big project

Finding division by zero in a big project


By : Tom Smith
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it fixes the issue Finding all of the divisions shouldn't be hard with a custom grep search. You can easily distinguish that usage from other usages of the / and % character in C++.
Also, if you know what you are dividing, you could globally overload the / and % operator to have a __FILE__ and __LINE__ informing assertion. If using a makefile, it shouldn't be hard to include the custom operator code in all the linked files without touching the code.
Oracle SQL query: Finding the number of counts of similar objects between parent project and child project

Oracle SQL query: Finding the number of counts of similar objects between parent project and child project


By : Mikhail Ordin
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I hope this helps you . I am stuck on this part. Also, this is in continuation of, as I don't want the members to get confused. How to find the child project of a parent project which is passed in the 'WHERE' clause and also, to find the duplicate objects I have prepared a query: , The problem is solved:
code :
SELECT A.projectName as PARENT,
(select COUNT(*) from PSPROJECTITEM WHERE PROJECTNAME = A.PROJECTNAME) parentprojecount, 
B.ProjectName as CHILD, 
(select COUNT(*) from PSPROJECTITEM WHERE PROJECTNAME = B.PROJECTNAME) CHILDPROJECT,
(select COUNT(*) from PSPROJECTITEM 
where PROJECTNAME = B.projectname

AND  objecttype IN ( SELECT c.OBJECTTYPE FROM PSPROJECTITEM c WHERE c.PROJECTNAME = 'AAAA_JOB_KJ')
   AND objectid1 IN ( SELECT c.OBJECTID1 FROM PSPROJECTITEM c WHERE c.PROJECTNAME = 'AAAA_JOB_KJ')
   AND objectvalue1 in ( SELECT c.objectvalue1 FROM PSPROJECTITEM c WHERE c.PROJECTNAME = 'AAAA_JOB_KJ')
   AND objectid2 in ( SELECT c.objectid2 FROM PSPROJECTITEM c WHERE c.PROJECTNAME = 'AAAA_JOB_KJ')
   and objectvalue2 in ( SELECT c.objectvalue2 FROM PSPROJECTITEM c WHERE c.PROJECTNAME = 'AAAA_JOB_KJ')
   AND objectid3 in ( SELECT c.objectid3 FROM PSPROJECTITEM c WHERE c.PROJECTNAME = 'AAAA_JOB_KJ')
   AND objectvalue3 in ( SELECT c.objectvalue3 FROM PSPROJECTITEM c WHERE c.PROJECTNAME = 'AAAA_JOB_KJ')
   AND objectid4 in ( SELECT c.objectid4 FROM PSPROJECTITEM c WHERE c.PROJECTNAME = 'AAAA_JOB_KJ')
   AND OBJECTVALUE4  in ( SELECT c.OBJECTVALUE4 FROM PSPROJECTITEM c WHERE c.PROJECTNAME = 'AAAA_JOB_KJ')
   )
 AS SIMILARCOUNT
   from psprojectitem a  INNER JOIN psProjectItem  B 
   ON a.objecttype = b.objecttype 
   AND a.objectid1 =b.objectid1 
   AND a.objectvalue1 = b.objectvalue1 
   AND a.objectid2 = b.objectid2 
   AND a.objectvalue2 = b.objectvalue2 
   AND a.objectid3 = b.objectid3 
   AND a.objectvalue3 = b.objectvalue3 
   AND a.objectid4 = b.objectid4 
   AND a.objectvalue4 = b.objectvalue4
WHERE A.projectname in 
(SELECT ProjectName from psProjectDefn WHERE lastupdoprid <> 'PPLSOFT') 
AND a.projectname <> B.projectName
and A.PROJECTNAME = 'AAAA_JOB_KJ'
group by A.PROJECTNAME,B.PROJECTNAME
ORDER BY B.PROJECTNAME
AAAA_JOB_KJ 199 ALTAUDIT    58201   1
AAAA_JOB_KJ 199 AZ_ADDL_PAY_FIX 3   1
AAAA_JOB_KJ 199 AZ_ADPNBR   6   4
AAAA_JOB_KJ 199 AZ_ADP_NUMBER   2   2
AAAA_JOB_KJ 199 AZ_AMZR_6   3   2
AAAA_JOB_KJ 199 AZ_AMZR_NM  405 8
AAAA_JOB_KJ 199 AZ_ARCH_QUERY_SECURITY  8   1
AAAA_JOB_KJ 199 AZ_ATMT_JIRA_5797   1   1
AAAA_JOB_KJ 199 AZ_AUDIT_RECORDS    53  1
AAAA_JOB_KJ 199 AZ_AUTOFILL_SP1 11  5
Eclipse plugin to SonarQube 4.0 not finding provisioned project or creating new project

Eclipse plugin to SonarQube 4.0 not finding provisioned project or creating new project


By : US1
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps This appears to be a result of the Maven integration. Updates are only pushed to the server when running directly against the Maven repository. When running locally the analysis data is compared to the server data to find deltas, but the server data itself is not updated. This actually makes a lot of sense in a team environment, but was a surprise when the SonarQube tutorial calls out Maven integration but not this caveat.
After performing an analysis from the SonarQube server directly against the Maven repo (without Eclipse in the picture at all) the project was created and populated with the data. This data was then available in Eclipse and local analysis would delta against that data (although it would not update it, which also makes sense).
My Mac is not finding my files from my project

My Mac is not finding my files from my project


By : user3910876
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Each of your projects should have a '.project' file (and possibly several other files starting with '.') in the project folder. On Macs (and Linux) these files are hidden and are not shown by Finder. So you need to be careful that they have been copied from your PC.
The command line tools you run in 'Terminal' on the Mac can show the '.' files with the correct options (ls -a for example).
Add external project in Android Studio project as dependency results in error not finding a file

Add external project in Android Studio project as dependency results in error not finding a file


By : r.safdari
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
this one helps. Use binary deps via mavenLocal() repo: git clone https://github.com/firebase/FirebaseUI-Android cd FirebaseUI-Android gradlew tasks // you will see publishToMavenLocal Open FirebaseUI-Android into a separate instance of Intellij Make your changes Run gradlew publishToMavenLocal In your own project, add mavenLocal() to your repositories Then add compile 'com.firebaseui:firebase-ui:0.4.1' do your dependencies
After all that, you are good to go.
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