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CHAPTER 7 s USING THE CSLA .NET BASE CLASSES
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CHAPTER 11 s WEB SERVICES INTERFACE
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Figure 6-15. The initial Designer for our state machine workflow You ll notice that the Designer for state machines is entirely freeform. You can place activities anywhere you need to and drag them around at will. Remember, there is no set path through a state machine workflow so the structured Designer of the sequential workflow would not work here. The one activity on the Designer is a state activity. By default, it is named Workflow1InitialState because it is just that the first state in our workflow. If you think back to the beginning of our sequential workflow, you ll remember that I said it had to start with an onWorkflowActivated activity in order to function in the SharePoint environment. So the questions you re likely asking are Why are things different for a state machine Why doesn t it need to begin with an onWorkflowActivated Those are both very astute questions and you re very observant for having brought them up. The answer is that things aren t different and the state machine does start with an onWorkflowActivated. You just can t see it yet. To get to the bottom of this mystery, we need to explore a fundamental element of the state machine Designer. Looking at Figure 6-15, it looks like it contains just the one state activity, which then includes the nested eventDrivenActivity. Looks can be deceiving. It turns out that the state activity is a special type of composite activity with a quite unique Designer of its very own. Double-click on the eventDrivenActivity1 in the Designer and the magic will be revealed a view inside the eventDrivenActivity showing its children, as shown in Figure 6-16. Now you can see the onWorkflowActivated activity. I told you it was here. Looking at Figure 6-16, the eventDrivenActivity should look familiar it looks an awful lot like some of the sequential activities we ve seen already. In fact, it looks like we could add more activities underneath the onWorkflowActivated activity and have them executed in sequence; and, in fact, that is exactly the case. When we re walking through the construction of our state machine workflow, we ll add more activities to the EventDrivenActivity to have them do the work we need.
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A script to create logging tables for SQL execution statistics follows, along with a script to capture the SQL statistic delta values over a 10-minute time period and output the statistics for those SQL statements with at least 10 seconds of elapsed execution time: SQL> 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 SQL> 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 CREATE GLOBAL TEMPORARY TABLE DATALOG.TS_SQLSTATS ON COMMIT DELETE ROWS AS SELECT SQL_ID, PLAN_HASH_VALUE, LAST_ACTIVE_TIME, CPU_TIME, ELAPSED_TIME, AVG_HARD_PARSE_TIME, APPLICATION_WAIT_TIME, CONCURRENCY_WAIT_TIME, CLUSTER_WAIT_TIME, USER_IO_WAIT_TIME, PLSQL_EXEC_TIME, JAVA_EXEC_TIME, PARSE_CALLS, LOADS, VERSION_COUNT, INVALIDATIONS, EXECUTIONS, FETCHES, ROWS_PROCESSED, BUFFER_GETS, DISK_READS, DIRECT_WRITES, SORTS, SHARABLE_MEM, TOTAL_SHARABLE_MEM FROM V$SQLSTATS WHERE 0=1; CREATE GLOBAL TEMPORARY TABLE DATALOG.TE_SQLSTATS ON COMMIT DELETE ROWS AS SELECT SQL_ID, PLAN_HASH_VALUE, LAST_ACTIVE_TIME, CPU_TIME, ELAPSED_TIME, AVG_HARD_PARSE_TIME, APPLICATION_WAIT_TIME, CONCURRENCY_WAIT_TIME, CLUSTER_WAIT_TIME, USER_IO_WAIT_TIME, PLSQL_EXEC_TIME, JAVA_EXEC_TIME, PARSE_CALLS, LOADS, VERSION_COUNT, INVALIDATIONS, EXECUTIONS, FETCHES, ROWS_PROCESSED, BUFFER_GETS, DISK_READS, DIRECT_WRITES, SORTS, SHARABLE_MEM, TOTAL_SHARABLE_MEM FROM V$SQLSTATS WHERE 0=1;
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The following code shows an example of a void method with a return statement. The method writes out a message only if the time is after noon. The process, illustrated in Figure 5-5, is as follows: First the method gets the current date and time. (Don t worry about understanding the details of this right now.) If the hour is less than 12 (that is, before noon), the return statement is executed, and control immediately returns to the calling method. If the hour is 12 or greater, the return statement is skipped, and the WriteLine statement is executed. class MyClass { Void return type void TimeUpdate() { DateTime dt = DateTime.Now; // Get the current date and time. if (dt.Hour < 12) // If the hour is less than 12, return; // then return. Return to calling method. Console.WriteLine("It's afternoon!"); // Otherwise, print message. } static void Main() { MyClass mc = new MyClass(); mc.TimeUpdate(); } }
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You ve just seen how to use the IEnumerable and IEnumerator interfaces to create useful enumerables and enumerators. But there are several drawbacks to this method. First, remember that the object returned by Current is of type object. For value types, this means that before they are returned by Current, they must be boxed to turn them into objects. They must then be unboxed again after they have been received from Current. This can exact a substantial performance penalty if it needs to be done on large amounts of data. Another drawback of the non-generic interface method is that you ve lost type safety. The values being enumerated are being handled as objects, and so can be of any type. This eliminates the safety of compile-time type checking. You can solve these problems by making the following changes to the enumerator/ enumerable class declarations. For the enumerator class Do not derive the class from IEnumerator. Implement MoveNext just as before. Implement Current just as before, but have as its return type the type of the items being enumerated. You do not have to implement Reset. For the enumerable class Do not derive the class from IEnumerable. Implement GetEnumerator as before, but have its return type be the type of the enumerator class.
CHAPTER 5 GETTING THE MOST OUT OF VE RTICES
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How does the Forms Server know which form to render as part of our workflow See the information in 7 on deploying workflows, specifically the workflow.xml file. Also, take a peek at the sidebar Ode on an InfoPath URN. Once we build our forms, how are they actually rendered into the browser See the sidebar So Just How Are Our Forms Rendered Anyway in 7 for information. What are Workflow rules and why do I care See 8. You don t have to care. How is a Workflow rule related to an activity condition Also covered in 8. Can I maintain a common set of rules outside of my workflows Yes. This is the functionality we explore in 8. Can I version and audit rules Again, yes, we cover this in 8. How do I build rules See 8. What is chaining Chaining is a very simple concept, but also one likely to make your head explode as you explore its power and potential for complexity. Get out the duct tape and plastic sheeting and flip to 8.
As you can see from Figure 11-10, it contains a simple HTML table that contains the headers for the table. Then, under this an UpdatePanel control is placed, which contains a single label. This label will be loaded with the HTML for the rest of the table, as you will see in a moment. Although it isn t visible in the designer, this is contained within an ASP.NET Panel control that allows you to put this in a fixed dimension area with scrollbars that allow you to scroll through the data. This has two benefits. First, the header fields for the data and price will not scroll off the screen. Second, if the table has several hundred rows and is not contained in a scrollable pane like this, then it will dominate the UI, and you will need to scroll way down in the browser to see the rest of the page content. You can see it in action using the scrollbars in Figure 11-11.
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