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So at present I would recommend just installing a new interceptor each call. Fixes #681">Adding metadata to Status exceptions. … Fixes #681 ba7e881 nmittler added a commit that closed this issue May 13, 2016 nmittler

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Brought to you by: gabriele-v, guanlisheng, madhan, moneymanagerex, and 4 others Summary Files Reviews Support Wiki Mailing Lists Tickets ▾ Bugs Feature Requests News Donate Git ▾ Code Code Create Ticket Generally I'd favor (2) over (1) as some of the lower level callbacks take both Status & Metadata. This was referenced Dec 14, 2015 Closed Python implementation can't handle remote services using non-standard error codes grpc/grpc#4528 Open Write sample code for setting and reading error details grpc/grpc#4543 ejona86 modified

falling back to 0.17.0 blowsie commented Aug 10, 2016 @Luddinus's solution doesn't work for me with the latest version. My temp solution is to use v0.17.0. dconnelly commented Jul 30, 2015 Thanks Eric. Error 618 Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time.

At the moment, @louiscryan is on vacation (for a few weeks). Error 678 Please don't fill out this field. FISHunderscore commented Mar 28, 2016 @jostrander I deleted %AppData%/Roaming/Google Play Music Desktop Player and %AppData%/Roaming/GPMDP, and reinstalling gives me this error. https://github.com/MarshallOfSound/Google-Play-Music-Desktop-Player-UNOFFICIAL-/issues/681 Clone in SourceTree Atlassian SourceTree is a free Git and Mercurial client for Windows.

Mine was at: C:\Users\AppData\Roaming\Google Play Music Desktop Player\ After this I started the app again and it worked! Google Play Music Desktop Player Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 327 Star 2,059 Fork 591 grpc/grpc-java Code Issues 212 Pull requests 42 Projects 1 nmittler was assigned by ejona86 May 3, 2016 nmittler added a commit to nmittler/grpc-java that referenced this issue May 9, 2016 nmittler Error 678

I see examples in MetadataUtils for capturing "last set headers" on a stub or channel but this is only useful for testing and cannot capture on a per-call basis. Also, that error that you're getting seems to be super common right now. Error 691 The error on start after clearing my appdata folder is pasted below. Error 676 Let's try to finish this up in the coming weeks.

Judging by the error, I'm guessing it is an error in the code. zackangelo commented Nov 4, 2015 +1 ejona86 referenced this issue Nov 4, 2015 Closed Idea: Expose Metadata from Status #1173 grpc member ejona86 commented Nov 4, 2015 @jcanizales and @carl-mastrangelo, FYI This is jsbin example thachp commented May 17, 2016 • edited I am experiencing similar issue. Future stub could actually be fine, since the thread-local can be propagated through the executor (via wrapDynamic() method in #659). Error 680

At least it's installed. Setting additional headers via thread-local using a server interceptor seems easy enough, but for client-side it seems particularly awkward capturing metadata on a per-call basis using an interceptor. Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. I suspected it was the appdata folder since the app would not open after reboot.

I expect when he comes back we will discuss, along with @wrwg, who is also pro-"have an easy way to propagate application-specific error information". would it make sense to have a way to "attach" metadata to a Status object (perhaps this would be desirable anyway for convenience)? I would expect this to cause a bit of a mess. 4 is intriguing to me.

I don't think this blocks us going Beta (where we are supposed to be mostly API-stable), but it would also be good to figure out the usability sooner rather than later.

Sign up for the SourceForge newsletter: I agree to receive quotes, newsletters and other information from sourceforge.net and its partners regarding IT services and products. Will the context api once fully integrated make this easy, or would it make sense to have a way to "attach" metadata to a Status object (perhaps this would be desirable Edit: Had to boot into safe mode to delete it (even though GPMDP wasn't starting on startup, I couldn't delete the folder). Thanks! 2016-09-13T21:13:41+00:00 Log in to comment Assignee Jason Carr Type bug Priority major Status resolved Votes 0 Watchers 2 Blog Support Plans & pricing Documentation API Site status Version info Terms

I'm sorry that it fell by the wayside for four months -- I don't know if I ever noticed this ticket before now. Visit the FreeIPA project wiki at http://www.freeipa.org/ Bitbucket Features Pricing owner/repository English English 日本語 Sign up Log in LaunchBox Navigation 801 Issues Settings HTTPS HTTPS SSH Need help cloning? grpc member carl-mastrangelo commented Nov 18, 2015 @louiscryan I tried locally option number 1, and it wasn't straightforward. However, making your own error type is appropriate in many ways.

Exceptions are for exceptional things right? Function provid Error: Attempting to call a function in a renderer window that has been closed or released. I simply don't know if it is. This repository's size is over 1 GB.

No, thanks Search: OpenID LoginFedora Account Sign UpPreferencesHelp/GuideAbout TracRPC APICGit WikiTimelineRoadmapBrowse SourceView TicketsSearch Context Navigation ← Previous TicketNext Ticket → Ticket #681 (closed defect: duplicate) Opened 6 years ago Last modified Already have an account? Reinstalling it gives me the same error message. … On Mon, Mar 28, 2016 at 4:09 PM Jesse Ostrander ***@***.***> wrote: Can you uninstall or is that also causing the error? Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 167 Star 3,366 Fork 334 MarshallOfSound/Google-Play-Music-Desktop-Player-UNOFFICIAL- Code Issues 19 Pull requests 2 Projects 1

FormlyJS member kentcdodds commented Jun 6, 2016 @immortalcy, actually, if you look at the implementation of the example above, it allows you to specify the ngOptions at the field level, and Please refer to our Privacy Policy or Contact Us for more details You seem to have CSS turned off.