Program Studi S1 Akuntansi lahir pada tahun 1953/1954 dengan Nomor SK pendirian Menteri Pendidikan, Pengajaran dan Kebudayaan No. 360/BPT/1951, 215/DIKTI/Kep/1996 dan Nomor SK Izin Operasional: 2492/SK/R/UI/2011 pada tanggal 23 Desember 2011.
Saat ini Program Studi S1 Akuntansi memiliki mahasiswa aktif kurang lebih 800 orang. Kurikulum Program Studi S1 Akuntansi sudah selaras dengan kebijakan Kampus Merdeka Merdeka Belajar yang dicanangkan oleh Kemendikbud RI serta sudah menyesuaikan dengan International Education Standard oleh IAESB.
Lulusan Program Studi S1 Akuntansi diharapkan dapat menjadi Sarjana Akuntansi yang memiliki kompetensi teknis, ketrampilan profesional serta nilai, etika dan perilaku yang sesuai dengan standar pendidikan akuntansi internasional sehingga mampu feb ui terhadap pembangunan Indonesia dan masyarakat global. • Menghasilkan sarjana akuntansi yang unggul, memiliki feb ui jawab sosial dan mampu menghadapi perubahan lingkungan global.
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If you like my work and want to donate, click on the banner below #XI View 2.0 ####Version I'd like to keep feb ui called XI View, because most everyone from the windower community knows it as that.With that, I will start it as XI View 2.0 and have the title screen with the current date that it was updated.
####Description XI View 2.0 is the continued work on the project to update FFXIs GUI to look cleaner and for status icons to be easier to understand at a glance, this was formerly known as Brandson's UI,FFXI Style or XI View from Darkshade. ####Includes XI View 2.0 includes updated Status Icons, Fonts,Menu icons, Graphic User Interface and Menu Feb ui for wide screen 16:9/16:10 displays.
(This still works with 4:3 monitors it's just the pearl/bazzar icons next to you name will be smaller.) ####Install To install XI View download then extract the archive and copy the ROM folder to your FFXI directory choosing yes when prompted to overwrite any files.
####64bit Directory X:\Program Files\PlayOnline\SquareEnix\FINAL FANTASY XI ####32bit Directory X:\Program Files (x86)\PlayOnline\SquareEnix\FINAL FANTASY XI\ ####Steam Version ####64bit Directory X:\Program Files\Steam\steamapps\common\ffxi\SquareEnix\FINAL FANTASY XI ####32bit Directory X:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\ffxi\SquareEnix\FINAL FANTASY XI\ ####Backup #####If you don't like the changes I've made, be sure to backup these files before overwriting your dats.
#####ROM/119/51.dat US GUI UI #####ROM/119/57.dat Status Icons #####ROM/119/50.dat Title Screen #####ROM/280/15.dat Menu Feb ui ####Status Icons In Game for XI View Status Icons to work make sure in Game feb ui go to this menu setting. Menu - Config - Misc. > Icon Type 2 ####Thanks Special thanks goes to Darkshade for the original XI View and what he's done over the last year.
Kactuar, for fixing the Icon changer program to accept the new 32x32 Icons. And Deathbringer for the ability to change the ingame fonts and cursors. Also, thanks Shinobi and Chef James with your help and creating new custom icons! Much appreciated! ####Other Discontinued support for French and German and 4:3 screen UI due to SE dropping support for those languages. gRPC UI grpcui is a command-line tool that lets you interact with gRPC servers via a browser.
It's sort of like Postman, but for gRPC APIs instead of REST.
In some ways, this is like an extension to grpcurl. Whereas grpcurl is a command-line interface, grpcui provides a web/browser-based GUI. This lets you interactively construct requests to send to a gRPC server. With this tool you can also browse the schema for gRPC services, which is presented as a list of available endpoints. This is enabled either by querying a server that feb ui server reflection, by reading proto source files, or by loading in compiled "protoset" files (files that contain encoded file descriptor protos).
In fact, the way the tool transforms JSON request data into a binary encoded protobuf is using that very same schema. So, if the server you interact with does feb ui support reflection, you will either need the proto source files that define the service or need protoset files that grpcui can use.
• github.com/fullstorydev/grpcui/standalone: This package goes a step further and supplies a single, simple HTTP handler that provides the entire gRPC web UI.
You can just wire this handler into your HTTP server to embed a gRPC web page that looks exactly like the one you see when you use the grpcui command-line program.
This single handler uses the above package but also supplies the enclosing HTML page, some other script dependencies (jQuery and jQuery-UI), and additional CSS and image resources. Features grpcui supports all kinds of RPC methods, including streaming methods. However, it requires you to construct the entire stream of request messages all at once and then renders the entire resulting stream of response messages feb ui at once (so you can't interact with bidirectional streams the way that grpcurl can).
grpcui supports both plain-text and TLS servers and has numerous options for TLS configuration. It also supports mutual TLS, where the client is required to present a client certificate. As mentioned above, grpcui works seamlessly if the server supports the reflection service.
If not, you can supply the .proto source files or you can supply protoset files (containing compiled descriptors, produced by protoc) feb ui grpcui. The web UI allows you to set request metadata in addition to defining the request message data. When feb ui request message data, it uses a dynamic HTML form that supports data entry for all possible kinds of protobuf messages, including rich support for well-known types (such as google.protobuf.Timestamp), one ofs, and maps.
In addition to entering the data via HTML form, you can also enter the data in JSON format, by typing or pasting the entire JSON request body into a text form.
Upon issuing an RPC, the web UI shows all gRPC response metadata, including both headers and trailers sent by the server. Feb ui, of course, it shows a human-comprehensible response body, in the form of an HTML table. Installation From Source You can use the go tool to install grpcui: go install github.com/fullstorydev/grpcui/cmd/grpcui@latest This installs the command into the bin sub-folder of wherever your $GOPATH environment variable points.
If this directory is already in your $PATH, then you should be good to go. If you have already pulled down this repo to a location that is not in your $GOPATH and want to build from the sources, you can cd into the repo and then run make install.
If you encounter compile errors, you could have out-dated feb ui of grpcui's dependencies. You can update the dependencies by running make updatedeps. Usage The usage doc for the tool explains the numerous options: grpcui -help Most of the flags control how the program connects to the gRPC server that to which requests will be sent.
However, there is one flag that controls grpcui itself: the -port flag controls what feb ui the HTTP server feb ui use to expose the web UI.
If no port is specified, an ephemeral port will be used (so likely a different port each time it is run, allocated by the operating system). Web Form When you run grpcui, it will show you a URL to put into a browser in order to access the web UI.
$ grpcui -plaintext localhost:12345 gRPC Web UI available at http://127.0.0.1:60551/. When you navigate to this URL, you are presented with the user interface: The top two listboxes allow you to select the service and method of the RPC to issue. Once a selection is made, the panel below will show a form that allows you to define an RPC request. The form is constructed, dynamically, based on the actual request message structure of the selected RPC.
You'll notice a second tab that lets you view (and edit) the raw JSON value for the request data. This can be useful to copy+paste a large request message, without having to point-and-click to define each field value, one at a time.
The third tab shows the response data. This tab is grayed out and disabled until you actually click the "Invoke" button, which can be found at feb ui bottom of the page.
Request Form The first thing to note about the form is that it will generally be a table, where each row is a field. The table has three important columns: • The first column shows the name and type of the field. • The second columns indicates the "cardinality" of the field.
Typical fields are optional. The second column for optional fields is a checkbox indicating whether the field is present or not. If the field is not present, its default value is assumed. Repeated fields show buttons in this column for adding and deletig values. The green "+" allows you to add values to the repeated field. The red "x" next to a value will remove that value.
Finally, if the field is required (only supported in syntax "proto2"), the column will contain only feb ui asterisk. • The third column shows the value of feb ui field. If the field is absent, this will show the default value for the field. Fields that are nested messages show "unset", but scalar types show their default (usually the type's zero value, but default values are configurable when using syntax "proto2").
Absent fields are also not editable -- you must first check the box in column two to make the field present before editing its value. Repeated fields show a nested table that occupies columns two and three and allows for adding and removing values. Fields whose type is a nested message will include a nested table in column three. This nested table has its own three columns and one row per field therein. One-ofs are rendered a little differently.
Instead of two columns indicating the presence and value of the field, they include a nested table showing all of the possible fields in the one-of. However, the middle column is a radio button instead of a checkbox, so that only one of the fields can be present at any given time.
In addition to a row for each field in feb ui one-of, there is also an option named None, which indicates a one-of where no value is set. Here's an example form for a message that has two required fields ( id and name), one repeated field ( labels), a handful of normal optional fields, and a single one-of that has four options. In the first image, no values are present (except, of course, for the required fields at the top).
In the second, several field values are present. For RPCs that accept a stream of requests, the web form allows the user to define multiple messages in the stream. It defaults to a single request, but the user can remove it to send none or can send many.
A stream resembles a repeated field, but the repeated "thing" is the entire feb ui That last example also shows how well-known message types get special treatment. In that example, the request type is google.protobuf.StringValue. Instead of showing a form for a message with a single field named value with type string, the UI is simple and the "boxing" ceremony is elided. It instead just shows a simple textbox for entering the string value.
A more interesting example of how well-known message types are treated is google.protobuf.Timestamp, where a date picker is shown: Raw Request JSON The second feb ui lets you view the JSON representation of the request data you have defined on the first tab. You can also directly edit the JSON data -- including pasting in an entire JSON message.
The JSON representation uses the standard JSON mapping for Protocol Buffers. When working with an RPC that has a streaming request, the JSON data will be a JSON array, where each element is a single message in the stream. Responses When the "Invoke" button is pressed, the request data is sent to the server and the selected RPC method is invoked. The web form will then navigate to the third tab to show the server's response. The response tab has three sections: • Response Headers: Any response header metadata is shown here.
• Response Data: Any response messages are shown here as are any error messages. RPC methods with a streaming response may show both message data and an error. Error messages show the gRPC status code and the server-defined message text. • Response Trailers: Finally, any response trailer metadata is shown. Each of these three sections is a table of data. Response messages are the most feb ui, and feb ui structure closely resembles how messages are structured on the "Request Form" tab.
Fields that have nested messages will include a nested table.
Descriptor Sources The grpcui feb ui can operate on a variety of sources for descriptors. The descriptors are required, in order for grpcui to understand the RPC schema, translate inputs into the protobuf binary format as well as translate responses from the binary format into text. The sections below document the supported sources and what command-line flags are needed to use them.
Server Reflection Without any additional command-line flags, grpcui will try to use server reflection.
Examples for how to set up server reflection can be found here. Proto Source Files To use grpcui on servers that do not support reflection, you can use .proto source feb ui. In addition to using -proto flags to point grpcui at the relevant proto source file(s), you may also need to supply -import-path flags to tell grpcui the folders from which dependencies can be imported.
Just like when compiling with protoc, you do not need to provide an import path for the location of the standard protos included with protoc (which contain various "well-known types" with a package definition of google.protobuf). These files are "known" by grpcui as a snapshot of their descriptors is built into the grpcui binary. Protoset Files You can also use compiled protoset files with grpcui.
Protoset files contain binary encoded google.protobuf.FileDescriptorSet protos. To create a protoset file, invoke protoc with the *.proto files that define the service: protoc --proto_path=. \ --descriptor_set_out=myservice.protoset \ --include_imports \ my/custom/server/service.proto The --descriptor_set_out argument is what tells protoc to produce a protoset, and the --include_imports argument is necessary for the protoset to contain everything that grpcui needs to process and understand the schema.