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Figure 2-1. Mapping the logical layers to technologies The framework itself will focus on the Business Logic and Data Access layers. This is primarily due to the fact that there are already powerful technologies for building Windows, web (browserbased and Web Services), and mobile UIs and presentations. Also, there are already powerful data-storage options available, including SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, XML documents, and so forth. Recognizing that these preexisting technologies are ideal for building the Presentation and UI layers, as well as for handling data storage, allows business developers to focus on the parts of the application that have the least technological support, where the highest return on investment occurs through reuse. Analyzing, designing, implementing, testing, and maintaining business logic is incredibly expensive. The more reuse achieved, the lower long-term application costs become. The easier it is to maintain and modify this logic, the lower costs will be over time.
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CHAPTER 22: Social Networking
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Structured Exception Handling (SEH) is used on the Windows platform in C and C++ for many hardware and software error conditions. Possible error codes are listed in the Windows headers. If an SEH exception is allowed to propagate into managed code, it is wrapped as a .NET exception of some type. Many structured exceptions are mapped to specific .NET exception types. For example, EXCEPTION_INT_DIVIDE_BY_ZERO is mapped to DivideByZeroException. If there is no specific mapping, a System::Runtime::InteropServices::SEHException is generated. In Listing 13-24, two ways of handling structured exceptions are demonstrated. The exception in native code is an integer division by zero. In the first branch, the exception is allowed to propagate to managed code and is caught as an SEHException. In the second branch, it is caught as a native SEH exception in a __try/__except statement. If you use structured exceptions, you ll recall that because they are employed in both C and C++, and C doesn t support the try/catch statement, these exceptions are used with the __try/__except statement rather than the try/ catch statement of C++ exceptions. Listing 13-24. Handling Structured Exceptions // try_except.cpp #include <stdio.h> #include <windows.h> // for EXCEPTION_INT_DIVIDE_BY_ZERO #include <excpt.h> using namespace System; using namespace System::Runtime::InteropServices; #pragma unmanaged void generate_SEH_exception() { int i = 0; // Divide by zero generates an SEH exception. int x = 2 / i; } void generate_AV() { int *pn = 0; int n = *pn; // generates an access violation } int filter_div0(unsigned int code, struct _EXCEPTION_POINTERS *ep) {
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S3 data is replicated three ways within a geographic region, making it extremely reliable. It is secure, requiring authentication to access data. Depending on the use case, you can also make S3 objects available to the public. Although third-party software exists that can present S3 to Linux as a mounted file system, we do not store live Oracle data files and file systems on S3. It is used to store AMIs, offline data such as backups, and other low-priority data. S3 is the cheapest place you can store your data on the Amazon cloud. S3 is available to machines both inside and outside EC2. For instance, many people back up their personal computers to S3 by using third-party backup tools such as Jungle Disk. Access to S3 from inside EC2 is naturally very fast, making it a useful destination for EC2 file system and Oracle backups. Oracle even provides the Oracle Secure Backup Cloud Module, a media management layer (MML) for Recovery Manager to back up directly to Amazon S3 via the SBT interface. Just as with EC2, there is a very useful Firefox add-on for managing and interacting with S3. S3Fox presents buckets and objects in a familiar directory and file format and allows drag-and-drop upload and download from S3.
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Because it is often quite useful to have a first-person camera mode readily available, I have separated the code from this chapter into a class. This class is used as the camera in many of the 3D examples found elsewhere in this book and is easy to integrate into one of your own projects.
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