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of interest, choosing well-thought-out categories allows visitors to get to the content they want quickly. For example, you could post an entry on your local action support group blog about a meeting you attended last night that introduced a new board member. You might categorize the post in both the Events and Staff categories. To add a category to your post, click one or more of the check boxes to the right of the editing area. A tick displayed next to a category name indicates that the post will be published with that category.
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Figure 11-17. Adding a new site map
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You have just been shown the tip of the iceberg in this chapter when it comes to what can be done with AIR. With local file system access, you can get directly to the data from popular applications such as Excel, Word, iPhoto, or iTunes. You can provide local storage of media elements like movies or audio for offline access. The only limit is your own creativity. In the next chapter, we will give you a comprehensive overview of AIR 2.0. We will show you the new functionality in AIR 2.0 such as the new Networking class, launching and interacting with Native Processes, screen reader support, and many others.
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First of all, ensure that you have logged on to your machine with administrative rights so that you are allowed to create files and folders on your machine, which is obviously required for installation to be successful. If, when placing the CD-ROM into your computer, the installation process does not automatically start, open up Windows Explorer and double-click autorun.exe, found at the root level of the CD-ROM. You are now presented with the installation screen for the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 edition of your choice, as shown in Figure 1-1. After you accept the SQL Server End User Agreement, SQL Server then installs some support files prior to set up. These files are part of SQL Server that will be included in service packs and form part of the installation process. The main files are setup files and the required .NET Framework version if it is not already installed.
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Untyped messages are a deceptively complex and powerful BizTalk feature. Untyped messages are powerful, because they allow for abstracted processes. For instance, rather than create three processes for three different purchase orders that your company receives from trading partners, you could create a single process that handles the different messages in the same process. Although the single process may increase in complexity, it reduces the amount of maintainable code. When implementing untyped messages, pay attention to the following areas: Direct binding: Creating an untyped message that is directly bound to the MessageBox is not recommended. All schema-based messages within BizTalk have a base type of System.Xml.XmlDocument. The implication of this fact is that using a message variable that is typed as System.Xml.XmlDocument will set up a receive subscription for all messages that are received into the MessageBox through the directly bound port. Since, in almost every case, this is not the desired functionality, take caution when implementing this type of scenario. Casting: Creating an untyped message will negate many of the common operations available for that schema type. For instance, accessing common promoted properties (MessageDataBaseProperties) and using Transform shapes are not supported with untyped messages. It is possible, though, to cast between an untyped message and a typed message. To cast a message, create an instance of the typed message in a Construct/Assignment shape, and assign the untyped message to the typed message. You now have the ability to use the typed message with all associated orchestration functionality. Promoted properties: Although it is not possible to access common promoted properties (MessageDataBaseProperties) for an untyped message, it is possible to create and access a type of promoted property known as a MessageContextPropertyBase property for an untyped message. Refer to the BizTalk help file for more information about how to create this type of context property within your property schema. Setting the MessageContextPropertyBase property is done in the same manner as setting other promoted properties.
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CHAPTER 8: Automating Administrative Tasks
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Designing the hardware with all its transistors, milliamps, and multilayer boards may seem like the hardest part, but it s really gotten pretty simple over the past few decades. You don t code in assembly language much less enter ones and zeros with switches to create your program. You use a higher-level language such as objective-C, C, or C++. Hardware design continues its advance in much the same way. In fact, you could create the electronics you need to build using a programming language such as C. However, that type of design methodology is generally reserved for very specialized devices that you won t be using it here. In essence, the way you ll develop your hardware will be even easier. The parts that make up electronic devices today can contain a wide range of functionality. In the not too distant past, a Dual Inline Package (DIP) such as that shown
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This is from the 9i trace file for hash_multi.sql. As you can see, the optimizer chose to split the hash table into eight partitions. This section of the trace file then shows how many rows were distributed to each partition and, as you can see, there is a little imbalance in the distribution one partition has only 208 rows, another has 282 rows. This is actually quite reasonable, and nothing to be alarmed about. However, if you can see massive imbalance between the partitions, this may be because your data has an odd distribution with a few highly repetitive values in the join columns. This may lead to excessive CPU consumption as the join takes place. For a multitable join, this may give you a clue that you should try to rewrite the query in some way to rearrange the join order. An imbalance is unlikely to be the result of multiple hash collisions with Oracle s hashing function. However, I believe there may be a second hashing function that the code can use to rehash the data in memory if there are indications that the primary hashing function has produced excessive collisions between nonmatching rows. The other columns in this part of the trace are as follows: Clusters: The number of clusters (slots) needed to hold all the rows in that partition. As I pointed out earlier, each cluster in this example is made up of exactly one block. Slots: The number of slots (clusters) from this partition that are currently in-memory. This part of the trace file is reported as the build completes, but before Oracle has tried to tidy up the hash table. As you can see, under pressure Oracle has been dumping partitions zero to six ferociously, although it has to keep at least one slot per partition in memory, and has only managed to keep seven slots of the 33 needed for partition seven. Kept: A flag set to zero or one to show whether or not the entire partition is still in memory. If all partitions are marked as kept, then this is an optimal hash join. This flag isn t included in the 8i trace you have to infer it by checking whether the clusters value matches the slots value (which is labelled as in-memory slots in 8i). This bit of the trace file gives another clue about how much you have to increase your hash_area_size to get from a multipass hash join to a onepass hash join. We can see that the best retention Oracle has managed is 7 slots compared to a worst case of 37 (the best partition is partition 7, which needs only 33 slots and got 7 slots, but the worst case partition is partition 6 which needs 37 slots). We probably need to multiply the hash_area_size by roughly 37/7 = 5.3 to get to a onepass hash.
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At the top of the manifest you can see that the prerequisite depends on the .NET Framework 2.0. You also see that you have one PackageFile, and that s the MSI file you created in the previous step. You have defined a single install check: RegistryCheck. You are looking for a key at HKLM\Software\ACoolSample, which has a string value named SaySomething. The value of the string value SaySomething is stored in the property named ACoolKey. You have defined one Command under the Commands node. The command has several InstallConditions and ExitCodes defined. There are three install conditions, the first of which says that if the property value of ACoolKey exists, then bypass the installation of the prerequisite. The three FailIf conditions guard against the installation on older versions of Windows and for a nonadmin user. Finally, the ExitCodes node lists an exit code for successfully completing the installation and then a default entry for a failure. Note that some commands may require a reboot. In this case, we obviously don t require this, so the Commands node has the attribute Reboot="None". That takes care of the product manifest. You now need to create the package manifest: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <Package xmlns="" Name="DisplayName" Culture="Culture" LicenseAgreement="eula.txt"> <PackageFiles> <PackageFile Name="eula.txt"/> </PackageFiles> <Strings> <String Name="DisplayName">My Custom Prerequisite</String> <String Name="Culture">en</String> <String Name="AdminRequired">Administrator required.</String> <String Name="InvalidPlatform">Windows 2000 or later is required.</String> <String Name="InvalidPlatform2K"> Windows 2000 Service Pack 4 or later is required. </String> </Strings> </Package> The package manifest for the sample application is also fairly simple. At the top you have the root Package node and then a PackageFiles node and a Strings element. The PackageFiles node has only the EULA file and the Strings node, which contains culture-specific messages. One of the interesting features in this file is the Name attribute on Package. Visual Studio 2005 uses this node to determine what gets displayed in the prerequisite list. In this case, you reference the DisplayName String, which has the value My Custom Prerequisite, which is what you expect to see in the Prerequisites dialog box. Note that the package manifest refers to eula.txt. Therefore, create a eula.txt file next to the manifest files in the sample application. You ll use all of these files in the next step. Before you jump to the next step, you need to write some C# code to read the value of the registry key that gets written by the prerequisite. To do that, open MainForm in the Windows Forms application you created earlier. Place a button on the form, and double-click the button to access the handler in the code-behind file. Enter the following code to read the registry and display its value: try { using (RegistryKey rg = Registry.LocalMachine)
[WebService(Namespace = "")] [WebServiceBinding(ConformsTo = WsiProfiles.BasicProfile1_1)] public class Service : System.Web.Services.WebService { public Service () { //Uncomment the following line if using designed components //InitializeComponent(); } [WebMethod] public string HelloWorld() { return "Hello World"; } [WebMethod] public string MyHelloWorld() { return "Welcome to Web Service 101"; } } You can see that the new web method is called MyHelloWorld, and its scope is public. You ll also notice that this method returns our message as a string and that I changed the default namespace from to All right, now we re ready to build our web service and host it with the local IIS.
Figure 13-1. Creating a new web site in Visual Studio 2005
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