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Properties SubscriptionManager Properties Explain

After the SubscriptionManager setting has been added, run the following command to ensure the policy is applied:

gpupdate /force

Configuring the event collector computer

Run the following command to configure the Event Collector service:

wecutil qc /q

Create a source initiated subscription. This can either be done programmatically, by using the Event Viewer, or by using Wecutil.exe . For more information about how to create the subscription programmatically, see the code example in Creating a Source Initiated Subscription . If you use Wecutil.exe, you must create an event subscription XML file and use the following command:

Wecutil.exe

wecutil cs configurationFile.xml

wecutil cs

The following XML is an example of the contents of a subscription configuration file that creates a source-initiated subscription to forward events from the Application event log of a remote computer to the ForwardedEvents log on the event collector computer.

Note

When creating a source initiated subscription, if AllowedSourceDomainComputers, AllowedSourceNonDomainComputers/IssuerCAList, AllowedSubjectList, and DeniedSubjectList are all empty, then "O:NSG:NSD:(A;;GA;;;DC)(A;;GA;;;NS)" will be used as the default security descriptor for AllowedSourceDomainComputers. The default descriptor grants members of the Domain Computers domain group, as well as the local Network Service group (for the local forwarder), the ability to raise events for this subscription.

To validate that the subscription works correctly

On the event collector computer complete the following steps:

Run the following command from an elevated privilege command prompt on the Windows Server domain controller to get the runtime status of the subscription:

wecutil gr <subscriptionID>

wecutil gr

Verify that the event source has connected. You might need to wait until the refresh interval specified in the policy is over after you create the subscription for the event source to be connected.

Run the following command to get the subscription information:

wecutil gs <subscriptionID>

wecutil gs

Get the DeliveryMaxItems value from the subscription information.

On the event source computer, raise the events that match the query from the event subscription. The DeliveryMaxItems number of events must be raised for the events to be forwarded.

On the event collector computer, validate that the events have been forwarded to the ForwardedEvents log or to the log specified in the subscription.

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You’re a developer and you want to avoid shipping a broken login experience, so you’re writing some tests to make sure you don’t. Let’s get a quick look at an example of such a form :

Now, if we were to test this form, we’d want to fill in the username, password, and submit the form. To do that properly, we’d need to render the form and query the document to find and operate on those nodes. Here’s what you might try to do to make that happen:

And here’s where the problem comes in. What happens when we add another button? What if we added a “Sign up” button before the “Sign in” button?

Whelp, that’s going to break our tests. Total bummer.

But that’d be pretty easy to fix right?

And we’re good to go! Well, if we start using CSS-in-JS to style our form and no longer need the and class names, should we remove those? Or do we keep them because our tests use them? Hmmmmmmm..... 🤔

What I don’t like about using class names for my selectors is that normally we think of class names as a way to style things. So when we start adding a bunch of class names that are not for that purpose it makes it even to know what those class names are for and when we can remove class names.

And if we simply try to reuse class names that we’re already just using for styling then we run into issues like the button up above. And . The core issue is that the relationship between the test and the source code is too implicit. We can overcome this issue if we make that relationship more explicit.

If we could add some metadata to the element we’re trying to select that would solve the problem. Well guess what! There’s actually an existing API for this! It’s attributes!

So let’s update our form to use attributes:

And now, with those attributes, our selectors look like this:

Awesome! So now, no matter how we change our markup, as long as we keep those attributes intact, then our tests wont break. Plus,

Here’s a little utility called (short for ) that I use sometimes to make this a little easier:

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as well. So I suggest that you use it for that too! However, some folks have expressed to me concern about shipping these attributes to production. If that’s you, please really consider whether it’s actually a problem for you (because honestly it’s probably not as big a deal as you think it is). If you really want to, you can transpile those attributes away with .

I hope this is helpful to you. Good luck! Enjoy:)

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FAQ

“Why don’t you use attributes instead?”

The problem with using is you shouldn’t include more than one of the same on a single page which could definitely happen if you’re trying to use it for something like this. It also is less explicit about the purpose than is. So I still prefer :)

“What about selecting based on content?”

Just ask my friend Kyle Shevlin 😅

So yeah… Don’t try to select for something that’s not intended for testing…

“What about a convention for the class name? Like all prefixed class names are ‘for tests’?”

I think that’s fine. Except I’m not huge on conventions where they can be avoided. There’s something nice about attributes for me. Data attributes can literally be used for anything, and using in the name of the attribute automatically makes it clear what the purpose of this thing is. Whereas I have to learn what means, and it’s less obvious so it could easily be forgotten when it’s no longer needed.

“What if I’m iterating over a list of items that I want to put the attribute on. How do I distinguish them from each other?”

Whelp, first off you can make your selector just choose the one you want by including in the selector. Or you could include the index or an ID in your attribute: . I’ve done this and it works great:)

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If you’ve been sitting with the interviewer for over an hour and been having a very in-depth conversation about the business, it’s ok to skip the question and simply reiterate that you’re even more interested in the job after the interview and believe you’re a great fit for the role. However, if you do have one or two questions that you haven’t been able to squeeze in, now is a good time to ask if those questions. An open-ended question about company culture that is thought-provoking is always a good idea if you have one.

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