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Lookup activity can retrieve a dataset from any of the data sources supported by data factory and Synapse pipelines. You can use it to dynamically determine which objects to operate on in a subsequent activity, instead of hard coding the object name. Some object examples are files and tables.
We can monitor the pipeline execution progress from the Pipeline Runs page under the Azure Data Factory Monitor window, that shows the start time, end time, duration, execution method and the execution result of the Data Factory pipeline, with the ability to search for a specific pipeline or filter for the time period, pipeline name or pipeline execution status, as shown below:
If you used Backup and Restore to back up files or create system image backups in previous versions of Windows, your old backup is still available in Windows 10. In the search box on the taskbar, type control panel. Then select Control Panel > System and Security > Backup and Restore (Windows 7).
In Drupal 9 or later, views exposed filters, such as search results and blocks withfacets, must not have caching enabled alongside AJAX, as the views AJAXrequest does not pass along the f= parameters used by exposedfilters or facets to filter results as expected. The open issue on Drupal.org,AJAX facet block seems to lose views context, will be updatedas the community identifies fixes and workarounds.
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The Compliance Status search offers flexibility in finding facilities with particular types of violations. Program system-generated statuses are categorized in the \"basic\" view and listed individually in the \"advanced\" view. To switch between the two views, click the \"View More/Less Options\" toggle above the search form. Users may search on more than one compliance status. To search on multiple compliance statuses, select one value at a time from the dropdown list.
Linked search includes copies of record (CORs) for Notices of Intent (NOIs), No Exposure Certifications (NECs), and other forms under the U.S. EPA Multi-Sector General Permit (MSGP) and certain state general permits submitted on or after April 1, 2018, to the NPDES eReporting Tool (NeT).
Four components are essential to every factory. The first is the data pipeline, the semiautomated process that gathers, cleans, integrates, and safeguards data in a systematic, sustainable, and scalable way. The second is algorithms, which generate predictions about future states or actions of the business. The third is an experimentation platform, on which hypotheses regarding new algorithms are tested to ensure that their suggestions are having the intended effect. The fourth is infrastructure, the systems that embed this process in software and connect it to internal and external users.
Windows has troubleshooters that can fix all kinds of errors and issues. The Search and Indexing troubleshooter is the one for resolving search-related issues that occur in Windows. You may be able to fix the search tool not displaying results with that troubleshooter as follows:
The Settings app has some search options that can affect the effectiveness of the search tool. You can set the search utility to fully search a PC by selecting an Enhanced option. Try selecting that option in the following steps:
You can perform a reset with the Reset this PC recovery tool. That utility includes an option for preserving user files. Our guide on how to factory reset Windows includes instructions for applying this resolution with that tool.
Azure Cognitive Search is the only cloud search service with built-in AI capabilities that enrich all types of information to help you identify and explore relevant content at scale. Use cognitive skills for vision, language, and speech, or use custom machine learning models to uncover insights from all types of content. Azure Cognitive Search also offers semantic search capability, which uses advanced machine learning techniques to understand user intent and contextually rank the most relevant search results. Spend more time innovating and less time maintaining a complex cloud search solution.
Leverage tried-and-tested deep learning models from Microsoft Research and Bing to provide contextual and most relevant results in your apps. Using semantic search capability, you can understand the intent of what your customers are trying to search, offer significantly improved search results and drive deeper customer engagement. Semantic search also enables summary results so your users can get quick snippet without the need to go through results links and full documents.
Azure Cognitive Search is available in combinable search units that include reliable storage and throughput to set up and scale a cloud search experience quickly and cost-effectively. Add search units to increase queries per second, to enable high availability, or for faster data ingestion. Remove search units during low traffic periods.
Cognitive Search is a platform as a service that helps developers create their own cloud search solutions. Microsoft Search uses Cognitive Search technology to offer software as a service for enterprise search within Microsoft products.
The purpose of the p.guessTotal parameter is to return the appropiate number of results that can be shown by combining the minimum viable p.offset and p.limit values. The advantage of using this parameter is improved performance with large result sets. This avoids calculating the full total (e.g calling result.getSize()) and reading the entire result set, optimized all the way down to the OAK engine & index. This can be a significant difference when there are 100 thousands of results, both in execution time and memory usage.
Because, in the previous example, you are searching for pages ( cq:Page nodes), you need to use the relative path from that node for the tagid.property predicate, which is jcr:content/cq:tags. By default, the tagid.property would simply be cq:tags.
By default, the QueryBuilder JSON Servlet will return a default set of properties for each node in the search result (e.g. path, name, title, etc.). In order to gain control over which properties are returned, you can do one of the following:
When you open the Settings editor, you can search and discover the settings you are looking for. When you search using the Search bar, it will not only show and highlight the settings matching your criteria, but also filter out those which are not matching. This makes finding settings quick and easy.
All features of the Settings editor such as settings groups, search, and filtering behave the same for Workspace settings. Not all User settings are available as Workspace settings. For example, application-wide settings related to updates and security can not be overridden by Workspace settings.
One way to customize language-specific settings is by opening the Settings editor, pressing on the filter button, and selecting the language option to add a language filter. Alternatively, one can directly type a language filter of the form @lang:languageId into the search widget. The settings that show up will be configurable for that specific language, and will show the setting value specific to that language, if applicable.
When modifying a setting while there is a language filter in place, the setting will be configured in the given scope for that language.For example, when modifying the user-scope diffEditor.codeLens setting while there is a @lang:css filter in the search widget, the Settings editor will save the new value to the CSS-specific section of the user settings file.
BigQuery writes all query results to a table. The table is eitherexplicitly identified by the user (a destination table), or it is a temporary,cached results table. Temporary, cached results tables are maintained per-user,per-project. There are no storage costs for temporary tables, but if you writequery results to a permanent table, you are charged for storingthe data.
Cached query results are stored as temporary tables. You aren't charged forstorage of these temporary tables. When query results are retrieved from a cachedresults table, the job statistics property statistics.query.cacheHit returns as true,and you are not charged for the query. Though you are not charged for queries that usecached results, the queries are subject to the BigQueryquota policies. In addition to reducing costs, queries thatuse cached results are significantly faster because BigQuery does not need tocompute the result set.
When you run a query, a temporary, cached results table is created in a special dataset referred to as an \"anonymous dataset.\" Unlike regular datasets which inherit permissions from the IAM resource hierarchy model (project and organization permissions), access to anonymous datasets is restricted to the owner. The owner of an anonymous dataset is the user who ran the query that produced the cached result. In addition, the bigquery.jobs.create permission is checked on the project to verify that the user has access to the project.
BigQuery doesn't support sharing anonymous datasets. If you intend to share query results, do not use the cached results stored in an anonymous dataset.Instead, write the results to a named destination table.
The Use cached results option reuses results from a previous run of thesame query unless the tables being queried have changed. Using cached results isonly beneficial for repeated queries. For new queries, the Use cachedresults option has no effect, though it is enabled by default.
When you repeat a query with the Use cached results option disabled,the existing cached result is overwritten. This requires BigQueryto compute the query re