R's default conflict management system gives the most recently loaded package precedence. This can make it hard to detect conflicts, particularly when they arise because a package update creates ambiguity that did not previously exist. 'conflicted' takes a different approach, making every conflict an error and forcing you to choose which function to use.
Since conflicted was created base R also improved its tools for managing search path conflicts. See the blog post by Luke Tierney for details. The main difference is that base R requires up front conflict resolution of all functions when loading a package; conflicted only reports problems as you use conflicted functions.
The conflicted environment also contains bindings for library() and require(), which suppress the default conflict reporting (i.e. warn.conflicts = FALSE) and ensure that the conflicted environment is updated with any new conflicts. Because they occur in the search path before the base package, they will be called instead of base::library() and base::require().
When identity inserting into a table involved in merge replication I am getting the 'The insert failed. It conflicted with an identity range check constraint in database...' error. I have increased both 'Publisher range size' and 'Subscriber range size' to 200000 from 10000 and 1000 respectively. The threshold is still set to 80.
On March 7, 2017, the Delaware Chancery Court granted a motion to dismiss in In re Columbia Pipeline Group, Inc. Shareholder Litigation, which capped a line of cases starting with Corwin v. KKR Financial Holdings LLC and continued with In re Volcano Corporation Shareholder Litigation that clarified that the business judgment rule applies to tender offers and to mergers that are approved by a "fully informed, uncoerced vote" of disinterested stockholders in which the merger counterparty is a non-controlling stockholder or a non-conflicted controlling stockholder. Read together, these cases provide a roadmap for practitioners to limit post-closing stockholder litigation involving transactions with such stockholders by providing adequate disclosure of the negotiation process, the relationship between the company and its financial advisor and the analysis undergirding any fairness opinion. Here, we will outline the following key questions that directors, financial advisors and practitioners should consider in order to maximize the chance that approval of a transaction will be subject to the protection of the business judgment rule:
(2) If the transaction counterparty is not a "controller" or is a controller that is not "conflicted" and the shareholders vote to approve the transaction, then what determines whether such vote was "fully informed"?
In rare circumstances when [Bear Pro] syncs, a note might develop a second conflicted version. If this happens, Bear will display all affected versions in the Note List so you can review and pick which one to keep. If necessary, you can even move pieces of notes between them to save the truest version.
From the mid-1830s to the 1860s, the missionaries sent to Minnesota by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions (ABCFM) wrote thousands of letters to their supervisors and supporters claiming success in converting the Dakota people. But author Linda M. Clemmons reveals that the reality of the situation was far more conflicted than what those written records would suggest.
Phoenix Mercury guard Skylar Diggins-Smith said she was "conflicted about being here" Sunday during a Zoom call with media, which seemed to indicate some discomfort being in the WNBA bubble at IMG Academy in Bradenton, Florida.
Studies of financial services industries have consistently found evidence of conflicted advice. Financial advisors, in a variety of settings, including mutual funds, insurance, and brokerage accounts, have been found to recommend higher-commission products. One implication is that the quality of financial advice that investors receive has room for improvement, perhaps through increased standards of care. In our paper, we ask a different question: when are investors better off, even if they bought a relatively expensive product, than they would have been otherwise? Answering this question requires us to determine what an advice-seeking investor would have purchased in the absence of conflicted advice. While this counterfactual investment is inherently difficult to identify, we show that the institutional setting is likely to play an important role in determining the relevant comparator.
When conflicted entry is identified in AVM as "online", from the Horizon Admin console delete the VM so it spins up new. Ensure the "Refresh Immediately" setting is in place on the pool and once the machine comes up successfully (no conflicted), it will be good until the next full pool recompose more or less.
We notice that with the "Delete Immediately" setting on, that there is an unidentified % chance that the machine will come up conflicted on every recompose operation. Having it set to Refresh means you just need to have it come up clean once and you are good until next recompose.
On new pool recomposes, set back to Refresh and then just whack the conflicted as they show up. Overtime, you are left with a full clean pool with no conflicted entries until the next recompose. We effectively went around in circles with support for months before we discovered our own workaround.
In a recently issued public Advisory Opinion, A05-15, the School Ethics Commission advised that three conflicted board members could not vote on a motion to advertise for the position of superintendent. The board members would violate the School Ethics Act if they were to participate in any matter related to the search, hiring of a selection agency, criteria, job description, or vote to advertise, as well as any personnel matters regarding the superintendent once he or she is seated.
The commission advised that the three conflicted members must recuse themselves from any discussions in executive session and abstain from all votes in public session pertaining to all matters regarding the position of superintendent. The conflicted board members may not be a part of any aspect of the vetting process or any evaluation and contract discussion post-hire and may not be in the room when executive session discussions occur.
Each conflicted board member must also not be privy to the minutes of such executive session discussions until such time as the minutes would be made available to the general public, such as with the adoption and publication of board minutes. In relation to all matters concerning the position of superintendent, the three conflicted members have rights as great as members of the public and no more.
The board maintains a quorum of non-conflicted members and does not require the votes of the conflicted members in order to successfully vote to advertise the position of superintendent. The use of the Doctrine of Necessity is neither necessary nor permitted in this instance. 041b061a72