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5. Back in the Data source pane, click the new person group you just added and add a new field to it, configured as follows: Name: DisplayName Type: Field (element) DataType: Text (string) Repeating: (checked) 6. Add another field to the person group as follows: Name: AccountId Type: Field (element) DataType: Text (string) Repeating: (checked) 7. Add the final field to the person group: Name: AccountType Type: Field (element) DataType: Text (string) Repeating: (checked) Our control is now configured to handle contact data. You ll have noticed, I m sure, that the data source information we added matches the schema presented earlier. The last piece we need to do for this section is to add a secondary data source to our InfoPath form. When our form is rendered, this channel will be used to pass useful information from the SharePoint workflow host to our form. The primary piece of information is the URL of the site that the workflow is running within this allows our form to know which site to validate users against. Other information includes isStartWorkflow: A Boolean flag that indicates whether the form is an initiation form isRunAtServer: A Boolean value that indicates whether the form is being opened from the server provideAllFields: Another Boolean value that indicates whether the form is used as either an initiation form or an association form for a workflow that starts automatically We need to create a simple XML file so that we have something to work with when we add the data source. It s a pretty small file, so just fire up Notepad and add the contents of Listing 9-12. Save the file as ContactsDataSource.XML. Looking at Listing 9-12, you ll notice that we have supplied values for the three Boolean fields. This is not setting defaults it is only to indicate that these are Boolean fields. Listing 9-12. The Contents of the File We ll Use to Establish Our Secondary Data Source <Context isStartWorkflow="true" isRunAtServer="true"
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Figure 16-5. Hello Azure application Well done you have created your first Azure application but don t close the web browser window just yet. Take a look at the Windows taskbar (you may have to click Show hidden icons if you are using Windows 7) where there will be a small blue Windows Azure flag showing. Left-clicking on this will show you the current Azure storage and development fabric status (Figure 16-6).
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Figure 4-6. Cross-page postback object reference Typically, you can set the action attribute of a Form element in your markup. In ASP .NET, however, the action attribute is always set to the page that s rendering the form. You accomplish cross-page postbacks with a bit of client-side script that s rendered by the Framework. To generate this script you need to set the PostBackUrl attribute of a Button Web Control. Here s a simple example of a page with a Button that posts to a different Web Form: <%@ Page Language="VB" CodeFile="CrossPage.aspx.vb" Inherits="CrossPage" %> <html> <head id="Head1" runat="server"> <title>Cross Poster</title> </head> <body> <form id="form1" runat="server"> Make a page that has:<br /> Background: <asp:TextBox Runat=server ID=txtBgcolor /> <br /> And displays: <asp:TextBox Runat=server ID=txtText /> <br /> In the color of:<asp:TextBox Runat=server ID=txtTextColor /> <br /> <asp:Button Runat=server ID=btn1 Text=Submit PostBackUrl="~/CrossPage2.aspx" /> </form> </body> </html>
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A common question is whether Microsoft will release a 64-bit version of Visual Studio. At the time of writing, Microsoft has said it has no plans to do, so and that this is due to the following: Making use of lazy loading techniques would be a more cost-efficient way to improve the IDE s performance, and would benefit 32-bit users as well. A 64-bit version could adversely affect performance because data structures will use more memory. There are cost issues. Rico Mariani (see link below) considers the cheapest way to provide 64-bit support will be to incrementally convert the IDE to managed code, but this would break many existing extensions.
Figure 4-1. ViewState on the trace output report This provides a good breakdown of the relative sizes, but unfortunately there s no total for the ViewState value. The easiest way to measure this is to use the built-in functionality of your web browser. While viewing any ASP .NET page from the browser, choose View Source. From the instance of Notepad displaying the markup, choose File Save As and write the file out anywhere on your file system (i.e., c:\tmp.htm). Now add EnableViewState=false to the page directive: <%@ Page language="c#" CodeFile="ViewStateIE.aspx.cs" Inherits="APressWebWork.ViewStateIE" EnableViewState=false %> Go back to the browser, refresh the page, view the source again, and write the markup out to another file. The difference in the sizes of these files lets you know the total size of ViewState for the page. Let s look a little more closely at exactly what s stored in ViewState. You ll start by adding a textbox control to a Web Form, and setting its EnableViewState property to false. You ll also add some simple code to the Load event trap, to show whether the request is a postback or a first request. <%@ Page Language="C#" CompileWith="ViewStateIE.aspx.cs" ClassName="ViewStateIE_aspx" Trace="true" %> <html> <head runat="server"> <title>ViewStateIE</title> </head> <body> <form id="form1" runat="server">
This chapter provides detailed code templates for each of the object stereotypes directly supported by CSLA .NET. These templates include the outline for the code necessary to implement properties, methods, validation rules, business rules, authorization, and data access. These templates illustrate the implementation of the concepts discussed in 3, such as the life cycle of business objects and the process of creating, retrieving, updating, and deleting objects. Additionally, these templates are the basis on which the business objects for the Project Tracker reference application are built, so you can look at the templates and compare them to the fully operational objects in Project Tracker to see the evolution from high-level coding structure to actual implementation. In s 6 16, you ll learn how to implement the CSLA .NET framework that supports these stereotypes. In s 17 21, you ll see how to use these stereotypes and the framework to create the Project Tracker application described in 3.
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