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A condition is used to determine which steps of our workflow will execute. As we discussed in 4, the SharePoint Designer ships with a number of default conditions that will be sufficient in many situations. However, we can add our own if the defaults do not fit the bill. Adding a custom condition is pretty much as easy as the custom action. A custom condition is simply a class that contains one or more public, static methods. There is nothing that would stop the class from containing other things as well, like, perhaps, our custom action that we just created. The static method called by the SharePoint Designer to evaluate our condition must return a Boolean value. In order to demonstrate this functionality, we can either create a new class library or simply add the static method to our custom action assembly. The benefit to this latter option right now is that part of our configuration will then already be done the entry in the web.config file will be exactly the same as what we entered for the custom action. In the interest of time, I am going to choose the latter route and add my condition method to my custom action assembly. The entire contents of my condition method are shown in Listing 9-26. Obviously this is extremely simple I always return true. In your custom condition, you can perform whatever actions you need to in order to determine your return value. Calling web services, instantiating and using other objects, interacting with the SharePoint object model these are all fair game for your condition.
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We need to add two more resource files to support French and Hebrew cultures. The culturespecific resource file follows the <resource file name>.<Culture Code>.resx file format. Here our resource file name is Strings, the culture code for French culture is fr-fr, and the culture code for Hebrew culture is he. So add two resource files (follow Figure 7-14) with the names Strings.fr-fr.resx and Strings.he.resx under the Resources folder. You can visit the Microsoft MSDN link at http://msdn.microsoft.com/enus/library/system.globalization.cultureinfo(VS.96).aspx to get a complete list of culture codes. To provide local culture specific values for the XAML user interface, open each culture-specific .resx file and keep the same Name column value, as we kept in the Strings.resx file, but change the Value column value with the translated text. For simplicity and demonstration purposes, you can use any online translator to translate English to French and Hebrew. Figure 7-16 shows the resource designer view for the French and Hebrew culture-related .resx files.
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Several object-relational mapping (ORM) products from various vendors, including Microsoft, exist for the .NET platform. In truth, however, most ORM tools have difficulty working against object models defined using behavioral object-oriented design. Unfortunately, most of the ORM tools tend to create superpowered DataSet equivalents, rather than true behavioral business objects. In other words, they create a data-centric representation of the business data and wrap it with business logic. The differences between such a data-centric object model and what I am proposing in this book are subtle but important. Responsibility-driven object modeling creates objects that are focused on the object s behavior, not on the data it contains. The fact that objects contain data is merely a side
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public static void Main() { //concatenate two arbitrary arrays char[] charArray1 = new char[] { 'A', 'B', 'C', 'D' }; char[] charArray2 = new char[] { 'E', 'F', 'G', 'H' }; char[] charArray3 = new char[charArray1.Length + charArray2.Length]; Array.Copy(charArray1, 0, charArray3, 0, charArray1.Length); Array.Copy(charArray2, 0, charArray3, charArray1.Length, charArray2.Length); } } }
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Security-related custom attributes are special attributes that are converted to DeclSecurity metadata records (discussed in the next chapter). Usually, the security custom attributes (except one, which is discussed in the next paragraph) don t make it past the compilation stage the compiler uses them to create the DeclSecurity metadata and doesn t include the original custom attributes in the module s metadata. In one scenario, however, the security custom attributes do survive the compilation and are emitted into the PE file. This happens when the security attributes owned by the assembly are specified in the assembly modules, further linked to the assembly by the assembly linker tool. In this case, the assembly-owned security attributes are converted to DeclSecurity metadata records by the assembly linker, but they remain in the assembly modules, although they play no role. One of the security custom attributes belongs to the namespace System.Security: SuppressUnmanagedCodeSecurityAttribute. This attribute, which can be owned by a method or a TypeDef, indicates that the security check of the unmanaged code invoked by the attribute owner through the P/Invoke mechanism must be suppressed. Only trusted code can call methods that have this attribute. The instance constructor has no parameters. This custom attribute differs from other security attributes in that it is not converted to DeclSecurity metadata and hence stays intact once emitted. The rest of the security custom attributes belong to the namespace System.Security. Permissions. The ownership of all security custom attributes is limited to the assembly, a TypeDef (class or value type), or a method. The instance constructors of these attributes have one int16 parameter, the action type code. 17 discusses the security action types and their respective codes as well as various types of permissions. The following list briefly describes the security custom attributes; you can find further details in 17: SecurityAttribute: The abstract base class of all other security attributes. CodeAccessSecurityAttribute: The abstract base class of the code access security attributes. Other attributes derived from this one are used to secure access to the resources or securable operations. EnvironmentPermissionAttribute: This attribute sets the security action for the environment permissions that are to be applied to the code. FileDialogPermissionAttribute: This attribute sets the security action for file open/save dialog box permissions. FileIOPermissionAttribute: This attribute sets the security action for the file input/output permissions (read, write, append, and so on). IsolatedStorageFilePermissionAttribute: This attribute sets the security action for the permissions related to the isolated storage files (available storage per user, the kind of isolated storage containment).
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The PropertyChanged event is handled differently in Windows Forms and WPF, and your object needs to implement the correct behaviors depending on the UI technology. I ll discuss the details later in this chapter.
Now that you have this Ray, you re ready to detect collisions between the Ray and the terrain.
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CHAPTER 3 TYPES, STORAGE, AND VARIABLES
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