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Allows sending of credentials and secrets over unencrypted connections. By default, supplyingCredential or any Authentication option with a Uri that does not begin with result in an error and the request will abort to prevent unintentionally communicating secretsin plain text over unencrypted connections. To override this behavior at your own risk, supply theAllowUnencryptedAuthentication parameter.
Invoke CM Build over the Web
When the input is a System.Xml.XmlNode object and the XML declaration specifies an encoding,that encoding is used for the data in the request unless overridden by the ContentTypeparameter.
The Body parameter may also accept a System.Net.Http.MultipartFormDataContent object. Thiswill facilitate multipart/form-data requests. When a MultipartFormDataContent object issupplied for Body, any content related headers supplied to the ContentType, Headers, orWebSession parameters will be overridden by the content headers of theMultipartFormDataContent object. This feature was added in PowerShell 6.0.0.
If the local file size is larger than the remote file size, then the local file will be overwrittenand the entire remote file will be completely re-downloaded. This behavior is the same as usingOutFile without Resume.
If the remote server does not support download resuming, then the local file will be overwritten andthe entire remote file will be completely re-downloaded. This behavior is the same as usingOutFile without Resume.
To use the web request session in subsequent web requests, specify the session variable in the valueof the WebSession parameter. PowerShell uses the data in the web request session object whenestablishing the new connection. To override a value in the web request session, use a cmdletparameter, such as UserAgent or Credential. Parameter values take precedence over values inthe web request session.
To override a value in the web request session, use a cmdlet parameter, such as UserAgent orCredential. Parameter values take precedence over values in the web request session. Contentrelated headers, such as Content-Type, will be also be overridden when aMultipartFormDataContent object is supplied for Body.
The ability to implement a remote Jenkins build trigger is a common requirement for many continuous integration and continuous delivery pipelines. Not surprisingly, this capability is baked into every Jenkins job you create.
For even more control over how and when a remote Jenkins build job is triggered, a full stack developer might want to invoke the build URL as part of a Java or Groovy program. Use the following code to invoke a Jenkins build in Java through the HttpClient class:
The file download methods covered in this article works on both Windows PowerShell and PowerShell Core. This means that these methods apply to both Windows and Non-Windows systems, with the exclusion of Start-BitsTransfer.
To use the web request session in subsequent web requests, specify the session variable in the value of the WebSession parameter. Windows PowerShell uses the data in the web request session object when establishing the new connection. To override a value in the web request session, use a cmdlet parameter, such as UserAgent or Credential . Parameter values take precedence over values in the web request session.
This overview covers kubectl syntax, describes the command operations, and provides common examples.For details about each command, including all the supported flags and subcommands, see thekubectl reference documentation.
To maintain backwards compatibility, if the POD_NAMESPACE environment variable is set during in-cluster authentication it will override the default namespace from the service account token. Any manifests or tools relying on namespace defaulting will be affected by this.
Provide a properly scoped OAuth token for the execution.This OAuth token must cover all the scopesused by the script, not just the ones used by the called function. See thefull list of authorization scopesin the method reference.
The Google client libraries can greatly assist in building this token and handling OAuth for the application, usually allowing you to instead build a higher-level "credentials" object using the script scopes. See the Apps Script API quickstarts for examples of building a credentials object from a list of scopes.
This page provides a general overview of the Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) 2.0 Building Block along with common Single Sign-On (SSO) issues and troubleshooting techniques for the SAML authentication provider.
A universal resolution option is to open a PowerShell on the ADFS server and set the relying party created for Blackboard Learn to send the attributes as unencrypted. As the whole communication is over SSL, this will not reduce the security of the authentication. It also makes debugging of any issues easier as the attributes can be viewed using debugging tools such as the Firefox browser SAML tracer Add-on and a restart of the Blackboard Learn system is not required. To set the relying party created for Blackboard Learn to send the attributes as unencrypted, open a PowerShell and execute the following command, replacing TargetName with the name of the Relying Party Trust that is in the ADFS Management Console under Trust Relationships > Relying Party Trusts.
One option to accomplish this is to navigate to System Admin > Authentication and set the default Learn Internal authentication to Inactive, which means a login page is no longer displayed, and immediately the user is redirected to the SAML login. The problem with that option is that it overrides the default login URL and prevents any non-SAML user to login.
REST web services are invoked in the same way as the Denodo RESTful webservice and provides support forprocessing IDU requests (Insert, Delete and Update) and fourrepresentations of data: HTML, XML, JSON and RSS.
To invoke these services, client applications need to obtain a SAML assertion and then, send the request to the REST service with this assertion. They need one assertion for each request because these REST services are stateless so they do not support sessions.
A transaction attribute controls the scope of a transaction. Figure 44-1 illustrates why controlling the scopeis important. In the diagram, method-A begins a transaction and then invokes method-Bof Bean-2. When method-B executes, does it run within the scope of the transactionstarted by method-A, or does it execute with a new transaction? The answerdepends on the transaction attribute of method-B.
The Required attribute is the implicit transaction attribute for all enterprise bean methodsrunning with container-managed transaction demarcation. You typically do not set the Required attribute unlessyou need to override another transaction attribute. Because transaction attributes are declarative, youcan easily change them later.
If you decorate the enterprise bean class with @TransactionAttribute, the specified TransactionAttributeTypeis applied to all the business methods in the class. Decorating a businessmethod with @TransactionAttribute applies the TransactionAttributeType only to that method. If a @TransactionAttributeannotation decorates both the class and the method, the method TransactionAttributeType overrides theclass TransactionAttributeType.
The SessionSynchronization interface, which is optional, allows stateful session bean instances to receivetransaction synchronization notifications. For example, you could synchronize the instance variables of an enterprisebean with their corresponding values in the database. The container invokes the SessionSynchronizationmethods (afterBegin, beforeCompletion, and afterCompletion) at each of the main stages of a transaction.
The container invokes the beforeCompletion method after the business method has finished butjust before the transaction commits. The beforeCompletion method is the last opportunity for thesession bean to roll back the transaction (by calling setRollbackOnly).
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Consultation takes many forms. At its most basic level it involves simply the exchange of information and opinions. At another level it covers the communication of actions or decisions, which governments have already taken or may be about to take. Finally, it can encompass discussion with the aim of reaching a consensus on policies to be adopted or actions to be taken.
Any member country can formally invoke Article 4 of the North Atlantic Treaty. As soon as it is invoked, the issue is discussed and can potentially lead to some form of joint decision or action on behalf of the Alliance. Whatever the scenario, fellow members sitting around the Council table are encouraged to react to a situation brought to their attention by a member country.
For its anecdotal value, it is worth noting that when NATO moved to its headquarters at the Porte Dauphine in Paris, in December 1959, the then Secretary General, M. Paul-Henri Spaak, enlisted the help of the Dean of the Council in finding a suitable Latin maxim which would capture the spirit of consultation between Allies to which he attached so much importance. The Dean, Belgian Ambassador André de Staercke, recalled a visit he had made to the Tuscan town of San Gimignano. There, in the Palazzo del Podestà, engraved on the back of the seat reserved for the man who presided over the destinies of the city, he had seen the motto: Animus in consulendo liber.