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We can take this one step further and instead of configuring your MyGet feed globally for your system (and requiring other devs on your team to do the same), why not distribute a NuGet.config along with the sources?




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This really makes working with multiple feeds a breeze. But we can go even further and use only MyGet, proxying packages from NuGet.org along the way. For more info on how that works, check the documentation on upstream package sources.


IronPython is an open-source implementation of the Python programming language which is tightly integrated with .NET. IronPython can use .NET and Python libraries, and other .NET languages can use Python code just as easily.


For Apache web servers, enabled methods are specified with the help of the mod_allowmethods module, for example. This can be controlled using the AllowMethods directive in the containers, which are needed to specify settings for one or more desired URLs. One configuration that enables access to the resource as well as client-side data entry can be implemented with the following entry:


Grails supports overriding the request method via the hidden _method parameter. This is for browser compatibility purposes. This is useful when using restful resource mappings to create powerful web interfaces.To make a link fire this type of event, perhaps capture all click events for links with a data-method attribute and issue a form submit via JavaScript.


The save action creates new resource representations. To start off, simply define an action that accepts a resource as the first argument and mark it as Transactional with the grails.gorm.transactions.Transactional transform:


To return HAL instead of regular JSON for a resource you can simply override the renderer in grails-app/conf/spring/resources.groovy with an instance of grails.rest.render.hal.HalJsonRenderer (or HalXmlRenderer for the XML variation):


To return HAL instead of regular JSON for a list of resources you can simply override the renderer in grails-app/conf/spring/resources.groovy with an instance of grails.rest.render.hal.HalJsonCollectionRenderer:


An important aspect of HATEOAS is the usage of links that describe the transitions the client can use to interact with the REST API. By default the HalJsonRenderer will automatically create links for you for associations and to the resource itself (using the "self" relationship).


However you can customize link rendering using the link method that is added to all domain classes annotated with grails.rest.Resource or any class annotated with grails.rest.Linkable. For example, the show action can be modified as follows to provide a new link in the resulting output:


API Scope-specific Policies: You can apply one or more policies at the scope-level of an API. You do this by defining the API scopes with a collective set of resources, methods, or operations in the API details page. These policies apply at the corresponding resource-level, method-level, or operation-level, and can be customized to suit the needs of an individual API scope.


Method-level (Scope-specific) Policy Enforcement: Applicable only for REST APIs. This enforcement applies to one or more methods nested within a resource in the REST API.-OR- Operation-level (Scope-specific) Policy Enforcement: Applicable only for SOAP APIs. This enforcement applies to one or more operations in the SOAP API.


Valid names should be upper case (by convention) and must be a valid JAVA Identifier. In general, use alpha-numerics, $ or _ symbols to construct these context names. Names with punctuation, whitespace or other characters will be considered invalid and will fail deployment.


If a resource or method or operation has the same policy (for example, Require HTTP / HTTPs) applied through different scopes, API Gateway prompts you with an error message and sets the focus to the conflicting policies. You must remove the required policy from the individual scope(s) to resolve the conflicts.


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For example, if you distribute copies of the library, whether gratis or for a fee, you must give the recipients all the rights that we gave you. You must make sure that they, too, receive or can get the source code. If you link other code with the library, you must provide complete object files to the recipients, so that they can relink them with the library after making changes to the library and recompiling it. And you must show them these terms so they know their rights.


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