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View azure-Simple-Maven-build-pipelines-example.yml
# Maven package Java
# Build your Java project
# Add steps that analyze code, save build artifacts, deploy, and more:
- master
# Agent VM image name
View DisplayDifferentMenuIfUserIsLoggedIn_Wordpress.php
//Add the following in your custom plugin code
//Note: if you prefer to add it in the function.php remove the array : add_filter('wp_nav_menu_args', 'display_custom_menu');
add_filter('wp_nav_menu_args', array($this,'display_custom_menu'));
* Filter menu to display
* logged-in menu if user is logged in
* logged-in-admin menu if user is logged in and is an Administrator
* logged-out menu if visitor isn't logged in
#Your First need to install wordpress cli as describe :
#Try running
wp help
#and if you get an error run the following :
curl -O
php wp-cli.phar --info
#Should display system informations
#If there is no errors make it executable and move it to path :
chmod +x wp-cli.phar
View UploadLocalFolderContentToAwsS3.php
// Include AWS php sdk that you can download here :
require 'aws/aws-autoloader.php';
use Aws\S3\S3Client;
use Aws\S3\Exception\S3Exception;
// Initialize your S3 connection.
// To generate your YOUR_IAM_USER_KEY and YOUR_IAM_USER_SECRET create and Aws IAM user with the S3FullAccess Role
// to do so follow :
//There is multiple way to programmatically set a value of a view attribute in Oracle ADF :
// 1. The JSF way using the highly recommended library function :
* Method for setting a new object into a JSF managed bean
* Note: will fail silently if the supplied object does
* not match the type of the managed bean.
* @param expression EL expression
* @param newValue new value to set
public static ViewObjectImpl getViewObjectFromIterator(String nomIterator) {
ViewObjectImpl returnVO = null;
DCBindingContainer dcb = (DCBindingContainer)BindingContext.getCurrent().getCurrentBindingsEntry();
if (dcb != null) {
DCIteratorBinding iter = dcb.findIteratorBinding(nomIterator);
if (iter != null) {
returnVO = (ViewObjectImpl)iter.getViewObject();
return returnVO;
View ConfigureJdeveloperToTrustAnSSLCertificate.bash
# This kind of error when calling an https url in Jdeveloper
# means that you need to add it's SSL certificate to Jdeveloper trusted keystore :
# PKIX path building
# unable to find validcertification path to requested target
# To fix this :
# 1) Download the SSL certificate from the https url.
# 1.a) go to the url
# 1.b) click on the padlock next to the url in your web browser
# 1.c) click the certificate button
#Once your local git can communicate with the gitlab server you can start migrating:
#Inspired from
#First got to your gitlab and add a new project (in this tuto : YOUR_GITLAB_REPO.git)
#check out your svn project, right click in it and run git bash here to run the following command :
#Download all author commit data to update it to Git standard:
svn log -q | awk -F '|' '/^r/ {sub("^ ", "", $2); sub(" $", "", $2); print $2" = "$2" <"$2">"}' | sort -u > authors-transform.txt
#update the authors-transform.txt file with the git format e.g:
#Up to date doc can be found on
#First configure your local git configuration so it can communicate with your gitlab server :
# If you're on windows install git bash for windows if not install git
# This time i'm on windows so :
#Open a git bash command terminal (right click into any folder + git bash here)
#Generate a new ED25519 SSH key pair
#(as a best practice we should always prefer ED25519 to old rsa format)
//Here is how to simply retreive the value of and ADF Binding from the view El Expression :
//Below is a view example with values taken from an ADF View Object
<af:inputText id="it1" autoSubmit="true" value="#{bindings.YOUR_VO.YOUR_VO_ATTRIBUTE.inputValue}" />
<af:table value="#{bindings.YOUR_VO.collectionModel}" var="row">
<af:column sortProperty="#{}"
<af:outputText value="#{row.YOUR_VO_ATTRIBUTE}" id="ot1"/>
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