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Compare this with the execution plan, where the cost on the index line was 5 (which we hypothesized was 2 for descending the branches and 3 for walking the leaf blocks) and the total cost was 25. The correspondence is perfect. So the formula seems to be sound for this simple case; the results of the arithmetic match the figures produced by the execution plan listing. So what does it tell us specifically about the optimizer s perceived cost of using B-tree indexes Practical experience tells us that the blevel is typically 3 or less, often 2, occasionally 4; that indexes tend to be densely packed; that index entries tend to be smaller than table rows, so leaf blocks usually hold far more entries than the corresponding table blocks; and that the number of leaf blocks in an index is often small compared to the number of blocks in the table. So, for any set of predicates targeting more than three or four rows in the table, the most significant component in the cost calculation is quite likely to depend on the clustering_factor i.e., how randomly scattered the target data appears to be. If the optimizer thinks the data in your table is well clustered, then the cost will be low, favoring the use of indexes. If the optimizer thinks the data in the table is very scattered, then the cost will be higher, favoring the use of alternative execution plans (such as tablescans). Counterintuitively, the state of your table can have a much bigger impression on the optimizer s calculations than the state of the index itself. Of course, if your data really is distributed the way the optimizer thinks it is, then the cost calculation will often come close to a realistic run-time use of resources, and you will think the optimizer has done a good job. If the clustering_factor doesn t represent the real distribution, then the cost calculation will be wrong, and the optimizer is likely to choose an unsuitable execution plan.
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Throughout this exercise, you learned to take a simple website simulation of an online account and give it a consistent look and feel by utilizing a master and content page. Although the look and feel was consistent, it could be said that the layout was not all that pleasing to the eye. After all, it was plain and had no color. We address this in the next two sections when we discuss themes and skins.
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In scenarios where FIFO-ordered delivery is required, sequential convoys handle the race condition that occurs as BizTalk attempts to process subscriptions for messages received at the same time. Ordered message delivery is a common requirement that necessitates the use of sequential convoys. For example, FIFO processing of messages is usually required for financial transactions. It is easy to see why ordered delivery is required when looking at a simple example of a deposit and withdrawal from a bank account. If a customer has $0.00 in her account, makes a deposit of $10.00, and then makes a withdrawal of $5.00, it is important that these transactions are committed in the correct order. If the withdrawal transaction occurs first, the customer will likely be informed that she has insufficient funds, even though she has just made her deposit. Sequential convoys are implemented by message correlation and ordered delivery flags in BizTalk Server, as outlined in the following steps. 1. 2. 3. Open the project that contains the schema. (We assume that an XSD schema used to define a financial transaction message is already created.) Add a new orchestration to the project, and give it a descriptive name. In our example, the orchestration is named SequentialConvoyOrchestration. Create a new message, and specify the name and type. In our example, we create a message named FinancialTransactionMessage, which is defined by the FinancialTransactionSchema schema.
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