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CHAPTER 20 ENUMERATORS AND ITERATORS
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The undecorated function signature for the module constructor is the following: void __clrcall .cctor(); The name .cctor is a special name that is also used for type initializers (static constructors of managed types). Just as a type initializer is automatically called by the CLR to initialize a type, the module constructor is automatically called to initialize a module. The module constructor is the first managed function of a module that is called. Since most assemblies have exactly one module, the module constructor can be seen as an assembly initializer.
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CHAPTER 21 NETWORKING & WCF
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Execution defines the right to run the code (flag 0x0008). This right, which is granted to almost any code, is the opposite of SkipVerification. The right can be revoked by the administrator or by user security policies regarding specific applications or specific sources that are known for or suspected of being the purveyors of malicious code. ControlThread defines the right to perform thread control operations, such as suspending a thread, interrupting a thread, stopping a thread, changing the thread priority, and so on (flag 0x0010). ControlEvidence defines the right of the domain host to give evidence to the applications loaded in the domains created by this host (flag 0x0020). The evidence in question usually includes information about the origin and strong name signature of the loaded assembly. If the domain host does not have this right, it gives its own evidence instead. ControlPolicy defines the right to access and modify security policies, both userspecific and machinewide (flag 0x0040). This is another extremely dangerous right that must be granted with great caution. SerializationFormatter defines the right to perform the serialization formatting operations and to retrieve and change the characteristics of any nontransient members of the serializable types, regardless of the accessibility of these members (flag 0x0080). This permission resembles ReflectionPermission in the sense that both are of a very low opinion about the accessibility rules and allow you to access and invoke private class members at will. ControlDomainPolicy defines the right of the domain host to specify a domainwide security policy (flag 0x0100). ControlPrincipal defines the right to replace the Principal object (carrying the user s identity characteristics) for a given thread, such as in order to implement role-based security (flag 0x0200). In the role-based security model, the security actions depend on the identity (Principal object) of the code runner and the role in which the code runner operates. ControlAppDomain defines the right to create and manipulate the application domains (flag 0x0400). RemotingConfiguration defines the right to configure the remoting types and channels (flag 0x0800). Infrastructure defines the right to plug the code into the common language runtime infrastructure, such as adding remoting context sinks, envoy sinks, and dynamic sinks (flag 0x1000). Flags is a summary binary representation of the 13 rights just listed. The validity mask is 0x1FFF.
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That object list was then used to create a preliminary class diagram that showed the classes, their key data fields, and their relationships. Based on the diagram, our understanding of the business domain, and the use cases, we were able to refine the design to arrive at a final class diagram that describes the business classes that will make up the application. The next step was to determine the appropriate CSLA .NET base classes from which each business object should inherit. The editable business objects inherit from BusinessBase, and the collections of editable child objects inherit from BusinessListBase. The lists of read-only data inherit from ReadOnlyListBase, each of which contain simple child objects that don t inherit from a CSLA .NET base class at all. The list of simple name/value role data inherits from NameValueListBase. Finally, a simple relational database was created to store the data for the application. In most applications, the database already exists, but in this case, we had the luxury of creating a database from scratch. Even so, it s interesting to note the differences between the object model and the relational model, thus highlighting the fact that a good object-oriented model and a good relational model are almost never the same. s 4 and 5 will discuss the basic structure of each type of business object directly supported by CSLA .NET. These chapters will also walk through a code template for each type. Later in the book, after walking through the implementation of CSLA .NET itself, s 17 and 18 will implement the business objects designed in this chapter. 19 will show how to build a WPF UI based on those objects. In 20, a comparable Web Forms UI will be built, and 21 will walk through the construction of a WCF service interface that reuses the exact same objects.
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Figure 24-1. The CLR instantiates objects of type Type for every type used in a program. You can get almost anything you need to know about a type from its Type object. Table 24-1 lists some of the more useful members of the class. Table 24-1. Selected Members of Class System.Type
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But as you can imagine, the ContentTemplate tags can contain any desired HTML markup as well as ASP.NET controls and functionality. Also, two event handlers are defined here: the OnClientClick for the TabPanel (which fires when the tab is clicked) and OnClientActiveTabChanged (which fires when the user switches to another tab). These events are handled via JavaScript on the client and can be used to deliver further customization to the behavior of the tabs such as UI changes. The following script snippet is for the OnClientActiveTabChanged event handler, ActiveTabChanged:
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Things are a bit more complex if you are using a remote data portal on an application server. There are two things to consider here. First, the SQL membership provider talks directly to the security database, knowing nothing about application servers. If you want to use the application server, the approach taken in PTWeb is better. Second, the data portal will only accept principal objects that inherit from Csla.Security.BusinessPrincipalBase, and of course the ASP.NET membership principal types don t do that. The first problem is one of application architecture, and you need to decide if it makes sense for you to have the security mechanism talk directly to a database while your business code uses an application server to talk to the business database. The second problem can be overcome with just a bit of code. You need to wrap the ASP.NET membership principal in a CSLA .NET style principal. There are two parts to this. First, you need a custom principal class; second, you need to add some code to Global.asax. A custom principal class to wrap the ASP.NET principal object would look like this: <Serializable()> _ Public Class MembershipPrincipal Inherits Csla.Security.BusinessPrincipalBase Private mPrincipal As System.Security.Principal.IPrincipal Public Sub New(ByVal principal As System.Security.Principal.IPrincipal) MyBase.New(principal.Identity) mPrincipal = principal End Sub Public Overrides Function IsInRole(ByVal role As String) As Boolean Return mPrincipal.IsInRole(role) End Function End Class The code in Global.asax takes the ASP.NET principal and wraps it in a MembershipPrincipal: Protected Sub Application_AcquireRequestState( _ ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Csla.ApplicationContext.User = New MembershipPrincipal(HttpContext.Current.User) End Sub This code sets the ApplicationContext object s User property to use the new MembershipPrincipal. This way, the original user information and list of roles are preserved, but the actual principal object used by the application inherits from BusinessPrincipalBase. The result is that the data portal can impersonate the web user on the application server.
Assemblies and Metadata
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When you want to enforce co-location of data or you want data to be physically stored in a specific order, the IOT is the structure for you. For users of Sybase and SQL Server, this is where you would have used a clustered index, but IOTs go one better. A clustered index in those databases may have up to a 110 percent overhead (similar to the previous KEYWORDS table example). Here, we have a 0 percent overhead since the data is stored only once. A classic example of when you might want this physically co-located data would be in a parent/child relationship. Let s say the EMP table had a child table containing addresses. You might have a home address entered into the system when the employee is initially sent an offer letter for a job. Later, he adds his work address. Over time, he moves and changes the home address to a previous address and adds a new home address. Then he has a school address he added when he went back for a degree, and so on. That is, the employee has three or four (or more) detail records, but these details arrive randomly over time. In a normal heap based table, they just go anywhere. The odds that two or more of the address records would be on the same database block in the heap table are very near zero. However, when you query an employee s information, you always pull the address detail records as well. The rows that arrive over time are always retrieved together. To make the retrieval more efficient, you can use an IOT for the child table to put all of the records for a given employee near each other upon insertion, so when you retrieve them over and over again, you do less work. An example will easily show the effects of using an IOT to physically co-locate the child table information. Let s create and populate an EMP table: ops$tkyte%ORA11GR2> create table emp 2 as 3 select object_id empno, 4 object_name ename, 5 created hiredate, 6 owner job 7 from all_objects 8 / Table created. ops$tkyte%ORA11GR2> alter table emp add constraint emp_pk primary key(empno) 2 / Table altered. ops$tkyte%ORA11GR2> begin 2 dbms_stats.gather_table_stats( user, "EMP", cascade=>true ); 3 end; 4 / PL/SQL procedure successfully completed. Next, we ll implement the child table two times, once as a conventional heap table and again as an IOT: ops$tkyte%ORA11GR2> create table heap_addresses 2 ( empno references emp(empno) on delete cascade, 3 addr_type varchar2(10), 4 street varchar2(20), 5 city varchar2(20), 6 state varchar2(2), 7 zip number,
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