The Pages property allows you to select individual or a range of pages for multi-page PDF and TIFF documents. For individual pages, enter the page number, for example, 3. For a range of pages (like page 2 and pages 5-7) enter the p age numbers and ranges separated by commas: 2, 5-7.
New option pages supported by all form recognition methods (custom forms and all prebuilt models). The argument allows you to select individual or a range of pages for multi-page PDF and TIFF documents. For individual pages, enter the page number, for example, 3. For a range of pages (like page 2 and pages 5-7) enter the page numbers and ranges separated by commas: 2, 5-7.
The pages keyword argument allows you to select individual or a range of pages for multi-page PDF and TIFF documents. For individual pages, enter the page number, for example, 3. For a range of pages (like page 2 and pages 5-7) enter the page numbers and ranges separated by commas: 2, 5-7.
Natural reading order, handwriting classification, and page selection - With this update, you can choose to get the text line outputs in the natural reading order instead of the default left-to-right and top-to-bottom ordering. Use the new readingOrder query parameter and set it to "natural" value for a more human-friendly reading order output. In addition, for Latin languages, Form Recognizer will classify text lines as handwritten style or not and give a confidence score.
Finally, install react-leaflet again and it should work. (Note: see if your package.json has been updated to 3.2.0 (or the latest version) after you have reinstalled to the latest version. If not, just change the react-leaflet on your package.json file to the latest installed version manually.)
In SLES JeOS 12 SP3, the Zypper configuration led to the system installing documentation packages such as man pages by default. For SLES JeOS 15 GA and up, this configuration has been changed, so the system is leaner.
The kernel swaps out rarely accessed memory pages to use freed memory pages as cache to speed up file system operations, for example during backup operations. Certain applications use large amounts of memory for accelerated access to business data. Rarely accessed parts of this memory are subject of this swap out. Later access to swapped out memory regions results in poor application response times.
In previous SUSE Linux Enterprise versions there was a tunable known as page cache limit to mitigate this problem. This has now been replaced with a more mature mainline mechanism known as opt-in memory cgroup isolation.
geoipupdate : The official Maxmind tool for downloading GeoLite2 databases. To use this tool, set up the configuration file with your MaxMind account details. This configuration file can also be generated on the Maxmind web page. For more information, see .
The Edit button for LUNs has been removed in both Add iSCSI target and Edit iSCSI target page, because users should not edit a LUN configuration: If, for example, a LUN path is changed, that will lead a mismatch situation and errors on the initiator side
Note that the TokuDB storage engine cannot be used when the transparent hugepages feature of the Linux kernel is enabled. To disable transparent hugepages, follow the instructions at -tokudb/#check-for-transparent-hugepage-support-on-linux .
We take advantage of this default and the Linux kernel's Contiguous Memory Allocator (CMA) to fundamentally change the memory reservation model for FADump: Instead of setting aside a significant chunk of memory that cannot otherwise be used, the feature uses CMA instead. It reserves a significant chunk of memory that the kernel is prevented from using (due to MIGRATE_CMA ), but applications are free to use it. With this, FADump will still be able to accurately capture all of the kernel memory and most of the user-space memory except for the user pages that are part of the CMA region reserved for FADump.
We tested for differences between the residuals for maternal cytokines/chemokines in mothers of ASD cases and mothers of controls and for neonatal cytokines/chemokines in ASD-affected neonates and control neonates with a two-sample Mann-Whitney Wilcoxon test in R 3.2.0 .
We assessed whether genetic determinants associated with chemokines that showed statistically significant associations with ASD might drive the association between chemokines and ASD or show interaction effects. Thus, we selected each maternal and fetal cytokine-specific top (GW or suggestive) SNPs for maternal and neonatal chemokines that are associated with ASD. We included each genotype in logistic regression models for ASD outcome and we assessed whether the top SNPs interact with ASD in cytokine-specific models. We compared the levels of chemokines in the individuals with different genotypes for ASD-interacting SNPs using a two-sample Mann-Whitney Wilcoxon test in the R 3.2.0 environment .
Except within literal text (e.g. the PRE element), HTMLtreats contiguous sequences of white space characters as beingequivalent to a single space character (ASCII decimal 32). These rulesallow authors considerable flexibility when editing the marked-up textdirectly. Note that future revisions to HTML may allow for theinterpretation of the horizontal tab character (ASCII decimal 9) withrespect to a tab rule defined by an associated style sheet.SGML entities in PCDATA content or in CDATA attributes are expandedby the parser, e.g. é is expanded to the ISOLatin-1 character decimal 233 (a lower case letter e with an acuteaccent). This could also have been written as a named character entity,e.g. é. The & character can be includedin its own right using the named character entity &.HTML allows CDATA attributes to be unquoted provided the attributevalue contains only letters (a to z and A to Z), digits (0 to 9),hyphens (ASCIIdecimal 45) or, periods (ASCII decimal 46). Attribute values canbe quoted using double or single quote marks (ASCII decimal 34 and39 respectively). Single quote marks can be included within theattribute value when the value is delimited by double quote marks,and vice versa.Note that some user agents require attribute minimisation for thefollowing attributes: COMPACT, ISMAP,CHECKED, NOWRAP, NOSHADE andNOHREF. These user agents don't accept syntax such asCOMPACT=COMPACT or ISMAP=ISMAP although thisis legitimate according to the HTML 3.2 DTD.The SGML declaration and the DTD for use with HTML 3.2 are given inappendices. Further guidelines for parsing HTML are given inWD-html-lex.The Structure of HTML documentsHTML 3.2 Documents start with a declarationfollowed by an HTML element containing a HEADand then a BODY element: A study of population dynamics ... other head elements ... document body In practice, the HTML, HEADand BODY start and end tags can be omittedfrom the markup as these can be inferred in all cases by parsers conformingto the HTML 3.2 DTD.Every conforming HTML 3.2 document must start with the declaration that is needed to distinguishHTML 3.2 documents from other versions of HTML. The HTML specificationis not concerned with storage entities. As a result, it is not requiredthat the document type declaration reside in the same storage entity(i.e. file). A Web site may choose to dynamically prepend HTML fileswith the document type declaration if it is known that all such HTMLfiles conform to the HTML 3.2 specification.Every HTML 3.2 document must also include the descriptive titleelement. A minimal HTML 3.2 document thus looks like: A study of population dynamicsNote: the word "Final" replaces "Draft" now that the HTML 3.2specification has been ratified by the W3C member organizations.The HEAD elementThis contains the document head, but you can always omit boththe start and end tags for HEAD. The contents of thedocument head is an unordered collection of the following elements:The TITLE elementThe STYLE elementThe SCRIPT elementThe ISINDEX elementThe BASE elementThe META elementThe LINK elementThe %head.misc entity is used to allow the associated elementsto occur multiple times at arbitrary positions within the HEAD.The following elements can be part of the document head:TITLE defines the document title, and is always needed.ISINDEX for simple keyword searches, see PROMPT attribute.BASE defines base URL for resolving relative URLs.SCRIPT reserved for future use with scripting languages.STYLE reserved for future use with style sheets.META used to supply meta info as name/value pairs.LINK used to define relationships with other documents.TITLE, SCRIPT and STYLE arecontainers and require both start and end tags. The other elements arenot containers so that end tags are forbidden. Note that conformingbrowsers won't render the contents of SCRIPT andSTYLE elements.TITLEEvery HTML 3.2 document must have exactly oneTITLE element in the document's HEAD. Itprovides an advisory title which can be displayed in a user agent'swindow caption etc. The content model is PCDATA. As a result, characterentities can be used for accented characters and to escape specialcharacters such as & and These are place holders for the introduction of style sheets andclient-side scripts in future versions of HTML. User agents should hidethe contents of these elements.These elements are defined with CDATA as the content type. As aresult they may contain only SGML characters. All markup characters ordelimiters are ignored and passed as data to the application, except forETAGO ("Note that space characters are mapped to "+" characters and thatnormal URL character escaping mechanisms apply. For further details seethe HTTP specification.Note in practice, the query string is resticted to Latin-1as there is no current mechanism for the URL to specify a characterset for the query.BASE The BASE element gives the base URL for dereferencingrelative URLs, using the rules given by the URL specification, e.g. ... The image is deferenced to the absence of a BASE element the document URL shouldbe used. Note that this is not necessarily the same as the URL used torequest the document, as the base URL may be overridden by an HTTPheader accompanying the document.METAThe META element can be used to include name/value pairsdescribing properties of the document, such as author, expiry date,a list of key words etc. The NAME attribute specifies theproperty name while the CONTENT attribute specifies theproperty value, e.g. The HTTP-EQUIV attribute can be used in place of theNAME attribute and has a special significance whendocuments are retrieved via the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP). HTTPservers may use the property name specified by the HTTP-EQUIV attributeto create an RFC 822 style header in the HTTP response. This can't beused to set certain HTTP headers though, see the HTTP specification fordetails. will result in the HTTP header: Expires: Tue, 20 Aug 1996 14:25:27 GMTThis can be used by caches to determine when to fetch a fresh copyof the associated document.LINKLINK provides a media independent method for definingrelationships with other documents and resources. LINK hasbeen part of HTML since the very early days, although few browsers asyet take advantage of it (most still ignore LINK elements).LINK elements can be used in principle:for document specific navigation toolbars or menus to control how collections of HTML files are rendered into printed documentsfor linking associated resources such as style sheets and scriptsto provide alternative forms of the current document hrefSpecifies a URL designating the linked resource.relThe forward relationship also known as the "link type". It specifiesa named relationship from the enclosing document to the resourcespecified by the HREF attribute. HTML link relationshipsare as yet unstandardized, although some conventions have beenestablished.revThis defines a reverse relationship. A link from document A todocument B with REV=relation expresses the samerelationship as a link from B to A with REL=relation.REV=made is sometimes used to identify the document author,either the author's email address with a mailto URL, or a link to theauthor's home page.titleAn advisory title for the linked resource.Here are some proposed relationship values:rel=topThe link references the top of a hierarchy, e.g.the first or cover page in a collection.rel=contentsThe link references a document serving as a table of contents.rel=indexThe link references a document providing an indexfor the current document.rel=glossaryThe link references a document providing a glossaryof terms that are relevant to the current document.rel=copyrightThe link references a copyright statement forthe current document.rel=nextThe link references the next document to visit in a guided tour.It can be used, for example, to preload the next page.rel=previousThe link references the previous document in a guided tour.rel=helpThe link references a document offering help, e.g. describingthe wider context and offering further links to relevant documents.This is aimed at reorienting users who have lost their way.rel=searchThe link references a page for searching material relatedto a collection of pagesExample LINK elements: The BODY elementThis contains the document body. Both start and end tags forBODY may be omitted. The body can contain a wide rangeof elements:Headings (H1 - H6)The ADDRESS elementBlock level ElementsText level elementsThe key attributes are: BACKGROUND,BGCOLOR, TEXT, LINK,VLINK and ALINK. These can be used to set arepeating background image, plus background and foreground colors fornormal text and hypertext links.Example: bgcolorSpecifies the background color for the document body.See below for the syntax of color values.textSpecifies the color used to stroke the document's text.This is generally used when you have changed the backgroundcolor with the BGCOLOR or BACKGROUND attributes.linkSpecifies the color used to stroke the text for unvisited hypertextlinks.vlinkSpecifies the color used to stroke the text for visited hypertextlinks.alinkSpecifies the highlight color used to stroke the text for hypertextlinks at the moment the user clicks on the link.backgroundSpecifies a URL for an image that will be used to tile the documentbackground.Colors are given in the sRGBcolor space as hexadecimal numbers (e.g. COLOR="#C0FFC0"),or as one of 16 widely understood color names. These colors wereoriginally picked as being the standard 16 colors supported with theWindows VGA palette. 2b1af7f3a8