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Follow this process to add each of the following four tables to the database.
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The idea of basing application analysis around the UI came into vogue in the early-to-mid 1990s with the rise of rapid application development (RAD) tools such as Visual Basic, PowerBuilder, and Delphi. It was subsequently picked up by the web development world, though in that environment, the term storyboarding was often used to describe the process. UI-focused analysis has the benefit of being very accessible to the end user users find it very easy to relate to the UI and how it will flow. The drawback to this approach is that there s a tendency for business validation and processing to end up being written directly into the UI. Not that this always happens, but it s a very real problem primarily because UI-focused analysis frequently revolves around a UI prototype, which includes more and more business logic as the process progresses, until developers decide just to use the prototype as the base for the application, since so much work has already been done.
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The general idea of the Builder pattern is to be able to create a set of object instances. Remember, previously I mentioned that the helper types used to instantiate the objects are intended to define an operating context. The Builder pattern extends this by instantiating multiple objects in the context of one method. Following is an example of the Builder pattern that creates a complete Swiss taxation system: public class Builder { public ITaxation InstantiateSwiss() { ITaxation taxation = new SwissTaxationImpl(); taxation.TaxMath = new SwissTaxMathImpl(); return taxation; } } The method InstantiateSwiss instantiates two types, SwissTaxationImpl and SwissTaxMathImpl, and wires them together. It s important to have the type SwissTaxationImpl not implicitly create the type SwissTaxMathImpl because that would corrupt the functionality of the controller. A controller is a generic operations type that only manipulates Generic types. The controller expects the right types to be associated with each other and the controller. Between the Builder and Factory patterns, there isn t that much difference. The only real difference is that the Builder pattern will instantiate multiple types and wire them together. This raises the question whether the Builder pattern should only use Factory classes. The answer is no for most cases. A builder class needs to have intimate knowledge about the types that it s instantiating. Adding another abstraction layer will, for most cases, complicate the application architecture. Where factory classes must be used is if a plug-in architecture exists. Plug-ins are referenced using general identifiers and not specific type identifiers. Therefore, when wiring together plug-ins, the plug-in factory is used, and the instances are wired together using the provided interfaces.
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Security tokens and digital signing allow you to identify a service requestor and to determine whether a request message has been tampered with, but they do nothing to protect the contents of a SOAP message from network sniffers. Encryption technology enables you to generate a cryptographic hash of the SOAP message for transport and to decrypt the message contents at the receiving end. There are two kinds of encryption: Symmetric encryption: Also known as private-key encryption or sharedsecret encryption, this method generates a cryptographic hash using a key that is known to both the sender and the receiver. Symmetric encryption is the least secure encryption method because both sender and receiver must share the same key, and so the encryption is only effective if the key remains secret. Asymmetric encryption: Also known as public-key encryption, this method generates a cryptographic hash based on a private key that is known only to the sender. The receiver is given a public key that will decrypt a message that was hashed with the corresponding private key. Asymmetric encryption is the most secure method, and there are a number of related encryption methodologies to choose from, including SHA1 and Triple-DES. Interestingly enough, when a SOAP message is encrypted, only the body of the message gets hashed. If your SOAP message includes custom SOAP header
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You can use conditional formatting to add visual impact to the data in a pivot table, just as with other cells in the workbook. To quickly format the cells in a pivot table, you can use one of the built-in color scales. Follow these instructions to add a conditional formatting color scale to a pivot table with a single block of cells to format.
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allows you to override the reevaluation caused by chaining for each individual rule. This will make more sense in a moment, but basically it comes down to always reevaluate a specific rule when necessary or never, ever, reevaluate. Evaluations are a result of chaining, so let s get to that. Chaining First a warning: if you try to jump in with both feet and tackle chaining and all of its implications head on, your head is likely to explode. On one level, chaining can be very, very complicated and trying to come to grips with all of the potential ramifications can be a daunting task. On the other hand, chaining itself is quite a simple concept. If you start with simple examples and get a good understanding of how chaining works and what it offers to your workflows, you can safely venture into deeper waters without needing to wrap your head in duct tape and put plastic up on the walls. So, the basics. At a very basic level, chaining is nothing more than a mechanism for identifying, managing, and responding to dependencies between rules. There, that s not too difficult. Let s take a look at an example. If I have the three rules shown in Listing 8-3, the dependencies are fairly obvious. Listing 8-3. A Basic Ruleset to Help Us Understand Chaining Rule 1 (Priority: 2) - If y=3 then b=9 Rule 2 (Priority: 3) - If x=1 then a=2 Rule 3 (Priority: 1) - If z=4 then x=1 The single dependency between these rules is fairly obvious: Rule 2 is dependent on Rule 3 because the condition in Rule 1 is based on the value of x, which is set in the action of Rule 3. If we start with values of x=5 y=7 z=4 b=6 a=3 we can walk through the execution process fairly easily: 1. Rules are processed in descending order of their priority so Rule 2 executes first with x at its initial value of 5. The condition (if x=1) evaluates to false so the action for the rule never executes. 2. Next in descending priority order is Rule 1 with a priority of 2. Rule 2 executes with y at its initial value of 7. The condition (if y=3) evaluates to false so the action for the rule never executes. So far, so good nothing has happened. 3. Rule 3 will execute last because it has the lowest priority. When Rule 3 executes, z still has its original value of 4 because it has not been changed by any of the preceding rules. The condition for Rule 3 (if z=4) evaluates to true so the action executes, setting x to 1.
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Figure 34-16. Editing the columns displayed in the GridView control
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