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Figure 3-13. Designing the web service client application
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C# is a very robust OOP language developed by Microsoft based on the C++ syntax. C# is designed to use the tools in the .NET Framework efficiently. The .NET Framework is a series of technologies and products also developed by Microsoft. It has continued to evolve, beginning with the .NET 1.0 release in 2002, and continuing on with 1.1 and 2.0, and most recently 3.0, 3.5, and most recently version 4. The .NET Framework is shipped as part of the Microsoft Windows OS. It was created to be an easy-to-use programming solution to many common programming needs including, but not limited to, web application development (.aspx and the older .asp pages), database connectivity, network communications, user interface (UI) components, and numeric algorithms. The .NET Framework allows for programmers to use methods of its class library in conjunction with their own code to create robust applications in this case, Silverlight applications.
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Note We will cover parallel operations in more detail in 14 Parallel Execution.
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Some of the most important syntactic rules for preprocessor directives are the following: Preprocessor directives must be on lines separate from C# code. Unlike C# statements, preprocessor directives are not terminated with a semicolon. Every line containing a preprocessor directive must start with the # character. There can be space between the # sign and the directive. There can be space before the #. End-of-line comments are allowed. Delimited comments are not allowed in a preprocessor directive line.
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< xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <policyDocument xmlns=""> <mappings> <endpoint> <defaultOperation /> </endpoint> </mappings> <policies xmlns="" xmlns:wsu=" oasis-200401-wss-wssecurity-utility-1.0.xsd" xmlns:wsse=" oasis-200401-wss-wssecurity-secext-1.0.xsd" xmlns:wsp=""> <wsp:Policy wsu:Id="#policy-123"> <wsse:MessageAge wsp:Usage="wsp:Required" Age="4" /> </wsp:Policy> </policies> </PolicyDocumentpolicyDocument>
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// Additional properties are not shown (e.g, Open, Last, etc.) } } Since you are no longer working with the XML Web service project type, you have lost your shortcut for generating a WSDL document directly from an .asmx service file. The StockTraderTypes.cs file can in fact be generated directly from the StockTrader.xsd schema file, which you are guaranteed to have; so technically you can do without a WSDL file when building a decoupled, TCP-based sender-receiver solution. But a WSDL file contains essential metadata information that is stored according to an established specification. You cannot build a WS-I compliant service without including a WSDL file. So by no means are we advocating that you build services without WSDL files. You cannot, because the service must be compliant with established specifications. If it is not compliant, then it is effectively unusable, because the WSDL file stores essential metadata information on the service that is required for widespread use by different clients. However, we are pointing out that if you bypass building a traditional .asmx Web service, you will be forced to manually generate the WSDL file. We expect that future releases of the .NET Framework will include alternate utilities for generating WSDL files. These will have to be made available once nonHTTP-based Web services become as common a service type as XML Web services are today.
Every principal object contains an identity object. In fact, the identity object is the object that contains information about the user, such as the username, how the user was authenticated, and so forth. Identity objects implement IIdentity from the System.Security.Principal namespace, and CslaIdentity is a base class that makes it easy to create custom identity classes that work with the data portal. When a user logs in using custom authentication, the typical model is to authenticate his credentials using a read-only root object (see the stereotype discussion in s 4 and 5). The CslaIdentity class inherits from ReadOnlyBase so it is not only an identity object but can handle the authentication process in its DataPortal_Fetch() method: [Serializable] public abstract partial class CslaIdentity : ReadOnlyBase<CslaIdentity>, IIdentity By subclassing CslaIdentity, the developer can focus more directly on authenticating the user s credentials and (if successful) loading the user s list of roles. Here s a very simple subclass: [Serializable] public class CustomIdentity : CslaIdentity { private CustomIdentity() { /* require use of factory method */ } public static void GetIdentity(string username, string password) { return DataPortal.Fetch<CustomIdentity>( new UsernameCriteria(username, password)); }
The following is an additional example that indexes the two int fields of class Class1: class Class1 { int Temp0; int Temp1; public int this [ int index ] { get { return ( 0 == index ) Temp0 : Temp1; } set { if( 0 == index ) Temp0 = value; else Temp1 = value; } } } class Example { static void Main() { Class1 a = new Class1(); Console.WriteLine("Values -- T0: {0}, T1: {1}", a[0], a[1]); a[0] = 15; a[1] = 20; Console.WriteLine("Values -- T0: {0}, T1: {1}", a[0], a[1]); } } This code produces the following output: Values -- T0: 0, T1: 0 Values -- T0: 15, T1: 20 // Note the implicit variable "value". // Note the implicit variable "value".
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