It's not news to say 2020 has been... challenging. In Toronto, the home of NodeBB HQ, we've gone from a spring lockdown to a cautious summer reopening, to lockdown again — sigh. But the team has never stopped working, and have managed to squeeze out one last release before we thankfully turn over the calendar.
When I remove enctype="multipart/form-data" from the form in registerComplete.tpl it works. So this has to do with encryption and maybe that I don't have HTTPS on my local machine. So then my question is, why is this not on the form that transmits the username and password?
Thanks. Yes it works fine. Only one problem.
is not called when i refresh the page. It is called only if browse the forum. I noticed it now because i use this hook to capture user counters and put them into the stats page.
It wont work also with simple code, outside or inside the document-ready function.
@baris yeah it's true, but you can use transaction on a multicluster with only one node, also if with a lot of limitations.
About your command example is a good idea also if it would work only with redis and postgre, with mongodb can be used like a normal batch.
I took a look to postgreSQL module, seems it support transactions, mongodb emulate the same thing with non ACID batch. I prefer to avoid SQL databases but the way data is organized seem more suitable to a relational DB
Thank you for the explanation. I will probably use a third-party database (firebase) for payments.
Using firebase, different operations can be done on the client side, without disturbing the main server. I think this is very useful for a smoother user experience.