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TLS/SSL Protocol options, such as cert , key and passphrase , can be set directly in options object, in the agentOptions property of the options object, or even in . Keep in mind that, although agentOptions allows for a slightly wider range of configurations, the recommended way is via options object directly, as using agentOptions or would not be applied in the same way in proxied environments (as data travels through a TLS connection instead of an http/https agent).

Solaris probes the serial ports during boot, and during this process, it toggles some handshaking lines used by dumb UPSes. As a result, particularly for simple signalling "dumb" UPSes it seems to kick it into a mode that makes the UPS think it's either in a calibration run, or some self-test mode. Since at this point we are really not communicating with the UPS, it's pretty hard to tell what happened. But it's easy to prevent this, and you should. Disconnect the UPS, and boot the system. When you get to a login prompt, log in as root. Type the following command:

A week date is a type of calendar which uses the year, week of the year, and day of the week to refer to to dates. In the ISO 8601 week date, the first week of the year is the week starting from Monday which contains January 4th. An ISO 8601 week date can thus have a different year number than the corresponding Gregorian date. The first week of the year is numbered 01 , and the first day of the week, Monday, is numbered 1 . Weeks are written in YYYY-Www-D or YYYYWwwD format, where the upper case W is literal. The corresponding strftime literals are %G-W%V-%u and %GW%V%u .

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I want to write an app that implements the following functionality for a public facing Website that has anonymous Access enabled:

1. Let the user enter some data (like in a Survey)
2. Store that data into a host/app web list

Can that list be secured so that no entries can be retrieved with anonymous Access?
AFAIK one could simply use client side JSOM code to retrieve those list entries?

It would be very helpful to know if the above is possible, and if yes how to achieve that functionality.

Test eq var cycle

test eq var cycle

Thank you very much for these helpful blog Posts!

I want to write an app that implements the following functionality for a public facing Website that has anonymous Access enabled:

1. Let the user enter some data (like in a Survey)
2. Store that data into a host/app web list

Can that list be secured so that no entries can be retrieved with anonymous Access?
AFAIK one could simply use client side JSOM code to retrieve those list entries?

It would be very helpful to know if the above is possible, and if yes how to achieve that functionality.

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