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Almost every PIM-related operation can fail with a PIMException. The exact reason for the exception will vary from operation to operation; when opening a PIMList, it may fail if the requested list isn t available. SecurityException can also be thrown on a variety of methods, usually because the user hasn t authorized the app to read or modify personal data.
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Click Planning Activities in the navigation bar, which should display the Parallel activity that contains the Wedding , Reception , and Invitations activities. Double-click the Invitations activity. Drag a Sequence activity onto the Body section. Drag a Delay activity onto the Sequence and set the Duration property to TimeSpan.FromSeconds(4). Drag a WriteLine activity below this, set the DisplayName as Order Stationary, and enter the Text property as Body: The stationary has been ordered . Drag another Delay activity and set the Duration property to TimeSpan.FromSeconds(2). Drag a WriteLine activity
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In this chapter, you learned about the fundamentals of the accelerometer. In the first demo, you learned to capture the accelerometer data and display it by updating UI elements on the currently executing UI thread. In the second demo, you learned to move a ball on the phone screen by using captured accelerometer data to calculate its speed and position. In 7, you will learn to create an application bar to create shortcuts for the most commonly used tasks in the application and how to design it to deliver a compelling application.
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A common task when managing users is completely deleting a user when a specific user no longer needs access to the application in question. This could be a scenario in which an employee leaves a company and hence no longer needs access. The membership class can handle this functionality by using the Membership.DeleteUser method. Before deleting a user, you need to create an additional user for your application. You wouldn t want to attempt to delete yourself. Therefore, repeat the process to add a new user
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When the Menu module is enabled, all content-creation forms will have an extra section titled Menu Item Settings. These settings enable you to place a link to the content being created in any of the existing menus. The Title field contains the text that will be displayed for the link, and the Parent Item field determines in which menu and in which order the menu item will appear. Pay careful attention to the Parent Item setting, as all of the available menus are listed.
Modern applications seldom run on a single machine. They are distributed and span two or more machines. Figure 1-8 shows a simple distributed application spanning three machines. Here, the database and data-access components are located on a separate server. Similarly, business logic components are located on their own server, and the client applications access these components through a network. Imagine that the client wants some data from the database to display to the end user. The data is pulled out from the database from data-access components. But how will it reach the client That is where serialization comes into the picture. Serialization is a process in which data is written to some medium. In the preceding example, the medium is a network but it can be a file or any other stream also. The data-access components will serialize the requested data so that it can reach the client application. The client application then deserializes it that is, it reads from the medium and reconstructs the data in an object or any other data structure. In the case of XML serialization, this data is serialized in the XML format. XML serialization is used extensively by web services. The XmlSerializer class provides a programmatic way to serialize and deserialize your objects.
Database design is an art more than a technology, and applying normalization wisely is always important. On the other hand, normalization inherently increases the number of tables and therefore the number of operations (called joins) required to retrieve data. Because data is not in one table, queries that have a complex join can slow things down. This can cost in the form of CPU usage: the more complex the queries, the more CPU time is required. Denormalizing one or more tables, by intentionally providing redundant data to reduce the number or complexity of joins to get quicker query response times, may be necessary. With either normalization or denormalization, the goal is to control redundancy so that the database design adequately (and ideally, optimally) supports the actual use of the database.
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If the columns are to be exported as elements (that is, the first radio button is selected), the <row> element will not have any attributes. A for loop iterates through all the columns of the current row. The FieldCount property of the SqlDataReader class returns the total number of columns in the result set. With each iteration of the for loop, a new element is created by using
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Listing 11-4. Implementation of the CreateLead Activity using System; using System.Activities; namespace LeadGenerator { /*****************************************************/ // This custom activity creates a Lead class using // the input parameters (ContactName, ContactPhone, // Interests and Notes). A Lead record is inserted // into the database and then this is returned in // the Lead output parameter. /*****************************************************/ public sealed class CreateLead : CodeActivity { public InArgument<string> ContactName { get; set; } public InArgument<string> ContactPhone { get; set; } public InArgument<string> Interests { get; set; } public InArgument<string> Notes { get; set; } public InArgument<string> ConnectionString { get; set; } public OutArgument<Lead> Lead { get; set; } protected override void Execute(CodeActivityContext context) { // Create a Lead class and populate it with the input arguments Lead l = new Lead(); l.ContactName = ContactName.Get(context); l.ContactPhone = ContactPhone.Get(context); l.Interests = Interests.Get(context); l.Comments = Notes.Get(context); l.WorkflowID = context.WorkflowInstanceId; l.Status = "Open"; // Insert a record into the Lead table LeadDataDataContext dc = new LeadDataDataContext(ConnectionString.Get(context)); dc.Leads.InsertOnSubmit(l); dc.SubmitChanges(); // Store the request in the OutArgument Lead.Set(context, l); } } } The Execute() method creates a Lead class and sets its properties using the input arguments. It then creates a LeadDataDataContext class, which was generated by the O/R Designer. The connection string is passed in to the constructor. The instance of the Lead class is provided to the data context class using the InsertOnSubmit() method. Finally, the SubmitChanges() method is called, which will cause the record to be inserted into the database.
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