IS_ROLE_IN_SESSION¶ Returns TRUE if the role name passed in the argument is one of the activated roles in the session (i.e. the role returned by the CURRENT_ROLE function inherits the privileges of the specified role). The activated roles can be any of the roles in the CURRENT_ROLE hierarchy.
During the secure checkout process, you should be able to see a small closed lock in your browser window, indicating a secure connection. If you abort the checkout process by returning to a non-secure page, you may receive a message that you are transmitting data from a secure site to a non-secure site.
This would require that Average be stored inbetween sessions, and the average be called once per day for an update, but as you see, this makes the amount of querying needed a bare minimum. TheJet ...
Note the session and transaction IDs for that lock. You can view the query history of that session on the History page by filtering on the session ID. If the session is still available, you can execute a COMMIT or ROLLBACK statement to end the transaction and release the locks.
Conclusion. Kafka Exactly Once semantics is a huge improvement over the previously weakest link in Kafka’s API: the Producer. However, it’s important to note that this can only provide you with Kafka Exactly Once semantics provided that it stores the state/result/output of your consumer (as is the case with Kafka Streams).
Once a session starts, the LM uses shared memory to store session details for the duration of the session run or session schedule. This shared memory appears as the configurable parameter (LMSharedMemory) and the server allots 2,000,000 bytes as default. This allows you to schedule or run approximately 10 sessions at one time.
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Dec 21, 2011 · Somehow my gift wrapping session turned into a snowflake cutting session. I wanted to try making some snowflakes that look a little more 3D than the usual version. These are made with computer paper, a stapler, double-sided tape, and a scissors.