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awarded Notable Question
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answered Add Session ID to each JMeter HTTP request
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awarded Custodian
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awarded Citizen Patrol
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Issue with email rendering text in Outlook 365
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Copy files from local Sharepoint Document Library to Sharepoint Online?
Jul
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on How to get Swagger to send API key as a http instead of in the URL
Jul
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comment Is it possible to have a reactive isVerified call for Meteor users?
Yes, of course. I can publish all users that are members of the group to the client and filter the publish function so it only returns email and a verified flag. Secure and efficient. Thank you.
Jul
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comment Is it possible to have a reactive isVerified call for Meteor users?
@user728291 I had the same thought but the trouble is allUsers is reading from an array stored in a separate Group object. I'd either have to maintain a separate verified property in that object, not ideal, or check each user's state inside the publish statement - which seems expensive.
Jul
3
comment Is it possible to have a reactive isVerified call for Meteor users?
But wouldn't that mean I'd need a session variable for each user (or at least each member of the group)? I should be clear, I'm not talking about the currently logged in user, but all of them. I guess I could key the session var by email but that doesn't feel like the right way to use sessions.
Jul
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awarded Yearling
Jul
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asked Is it possible to have a reactive isVerified call for Meteor users?
Jul
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comment Canonical method to get the context of the parent template from within an event?
Ah, so this maintains it's original context of child. That is: this == child? So you don't actually need to pass in this.context to maintain access to the original object?
Jul
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awarded Curious
Jul
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revised Canonical method to get the context of the parent template from within an event?
Added link to docs
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revised Canonical method to get the context of the parent template from within an event?
Improved title
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comment Canonical method to get the context of the parent template from within an event?
Yeah, hence the question!
Jul
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accepted Canonical method to get the context of the parent template from within an event?
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comment Canonical method to get the context of the parent template from within an event?
That makes the code a lot more readable, thanks. I completed your answer with an example from the event.
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revised Canonical method to get the context of the parent template from within an event?
Clarified by completing the picutre
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