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This implementation uses System.Diagnostics to retrieve the name of the method or property that called PropertyHasChanged(). The <MethodImpl()> attribute prevents the compiler from merging this code directly into the property itself, since that would confuse the System.Diagnostics call. There is a performance penalty (akin to using reflection) to calling System.Diagnostics like this, but I am usually happy to pay that price to avoid using string literals for property names through a business class. Using this method, a business object s property will look like this: Public Property Name() As String Get CanReadProperty(True) Return mName End Get Set(ByVal value As String) CanWriteProperty(True) If mName <> value Then mName = value PropertyHasChanged() End If End Set End Property The PropertyHasChanged() call doesn t require the property name because it is automatically retrieved using System.Diagnostics. If you feel the performance penalty for that approach is too high, you can always hard-code the property name as a parameter to every PropertyHasChanged() method call. Either way, the property s validation rules are checked, the IsDirty property is set to True, and the appropriate PropertyChanged event is raised.
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Figure 5-1. Communication with site of origin When Silverlight is communicating with its site of origin, such as contacting a web service, no restrictions are placed on the communication. Contacting any other server, however, is forbidden unless the server explicitly grants access. This permission is granted via a special property file that controls network access in specific ways. This property file is downloaded only when Silverlight determines that a network request is cross-domain. Three conditions must be met to identify a request as from the site of origin, and if any of these conditions aren t met, the request is viewed as cross-domain and triggers downloading of the cross-domain policy file. These conditions follow: The protocol must be the same. If the application was served over HTTP, it can communicate only over HTTP, and likewise for HTTPS. The port must be the same. Again, the port must match the original URL the application was downloaded from. The domain and path in the URL must match exactly. If the Silverlight application was downloaded from and the request is made to, the domains don t match.
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books[1].Url = @""; books[2] = new BookInfo (); books[2].Title = "Introducing Silverlight 4"; books[2].Author = "Ashish Ghoda"; books[2].isbn = "978-1-4302-2991-9"; books[2].Url = @""; books[3] = new BookInfo(); books[3].Title = "Silverlight 2 Recipes"; books[3].Author = "Jit Ghosh, Rob Cameron"; books[3].isbn = "978-1-59059-977-8"; books[3].Url = @""; return books; } } To build the supporting user interface, right-click the Views folder, add a new Page control, and name it to COMAccessDemo.xaml. Open the file and place the following code replacing the default LayoutRoot Grid code that basically adds two buttons to perform Excel and Word integration. <StackPanel x:Name="LayoutRoot" Loaded="COMAccessDemo_Loaded" > <sdk:DataGrid x:Name="BooksGrid" HorizontalAlignment="Left" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="700" /> <StackPanel Orientation="Horizontal" VerticalAlignment="Top" > <Button x:Name="btnExportExcel" Content="Export to Excel" Click="btnExportExcel_Click" Height="23" Width="120" Margin="10" /> <Button x:Name="btnExportWord" Content="Export to Word" Click="btnExportWord_Click" Height="23" Width="120" /> </StackPanel> </StackPanel> Note that for DataGrid, I choose to drag it from the toolbox and drop it on the designer surface. This way it creates the following XML namespace for me. If you choose to type instead, you need to manually write this namespace and add a project reference to the SDK dlls. xmlns:sdk=" xaml/presentation/sdk" Now open the code-behind file and, in the Loaded event of the page, we set the ItemsSource for the BookGrid DataGrid to display the added books information. void COMAccessDemo_Loaded(object sender, RoutedEventArgs e) { BooksGrid.ItemsSource = BookData.GetBooks(); }
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When the page is loaded, the ApplyAuthorizationRules() method makes sure that the CommandField column in the GridView is only visible if the user is authorized to delete Project objects. It also hides the NewProjectButton control if the user isn t allowed to add Project objects. The end result is that a user who can t delete or add data is still allowed to view the list of projects, and they can even click on a project s name to get more details in the ProjectEdit page.
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The code-behind basically implements the MouseLeftButtonDown, MouseMove, and LostMouseCapture events to track and capture ink strokes. The code snippet is shown here: public partial class InkPresenterDemo : UserControl { Stroke newStroke; public InkPresenterDemo() { InitializeComponent(); } void inkPad_MouseLeftButtonDown(object sender, MouseEventArgs e) { inkPad.CaptureMouse(); newStroke = new System.Windows.Ink.Stroke(); newStroke.StylusPoints.Add (e.StylusDevice.GetStylusPoints(inkPad)); inkPad.Strokes.Add(newStroke); } void inkPad_MouseMove(object sender, MouseEventArgs e) { if (newStroke != null) { newStroke.StylusPoints.Add (e.StylusDevice.GetStylusPoints(inkPad)); } } void inkPad_LostMouseCapture(object sender, MouseEventArgs e) { newStroke = null; inkPad.ReleaseMouseCapture(); } } Here the MouseLeftButtonDown event creates a new stroke and adds to the stroke collection of the InkPresenter control. Every mouse move event adds the stylus point to the stroke and upon the last mouse capture, the stroke is completed.
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