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Figure 2-1. Beta decay. Carbon-14 decays into nitrogen-14 by emitting an electron. Neutrons are shown in black; protons in gray. Listing 2-1 shows our native C++ class modeling the atom. Listing 2-1. Modeling an Atom in Native C++ // atom.cpp class Atom { private: double pos[3]; unsigned int atomicNumber; unsigned int isotopeNumber; public: Atom() : atomicNumber(1), isotopeNumber(1) { // Let's say we most often use hydrogen atoms, // so there is a default constructor that assumes you are // creating a hydrogen atom. pos[0] = 0; pos[1] = 0; pos[2] = 0; }
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hapters 4 and 5 discussed using the Windows Forms and the Web Forms clients to host our reports. Starting with this chapter, we ll look at the rest of the clients that can host reports. First in line are web services and mobile devices. In later chapters, you ll see console applications, Windows services, and web parts in action as delivery vehicles for reports. Both the web services and the mobile device clients are uniquely positioned to deliver the reports. By exposing your report with a web service, you are reaching a far greater user base, because a web service can be consumed by a variety of clients and is accessible across platforms. Similarly, providing report access with mobile devices can help users to get the information on demand. More and more organizations are moving toward service-oriented architecture (SOA) to manage information, and web services are an important part of SOA. This chapter will cover What is a web service Web Services 101, a step-by-step tutorial for using web services Creating a report using web services Reporting with mobile devices
// Clear the input txtAgent.Text = ""; } // Update the grid lstLeads.Items[lstLeads.SelectedIndex] = l; lstLeads.Items.Refresh(); WorkflowApplication i = new WorkflowApplication(new EnterLead()); i.InstanceStore = _instanceStore; i.PersistableIdle = (waiea) => PersistableIdleAction.Unload; i.Load(id); try { i.ResumeBookmark("GetAssignment", l); } catch (Exception e2) { AddEvent(e2.Message); } } } This code gets the WorkflowID from the selected Lead object. It uses the LINQ classes to retrieve this Lead from the database. It updates the AssignedTo property, changes the Status to Assigned, and writes the updates to the database. It then refreshes the lstLeads control so it will display the updated information. Finally, it creates a workflow instance. It is then configured for persistence, as in the btnAddLead_Click() method. The Load() method retrieves the workflow from the database. The workflow is then resumed using the GetAssignment bookmark.
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Figure 13-3. The ls command lists the files in the current directory.
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The redirect portlet example is very simple. As you can see, the only method we call in the portlet s processAction() method is the sendRedirect() method. The doView() method creates an action URL, and then provides an HTML link to trigger the action request.
The Microsoft Patterns & Practices team released a comprehensive guide for building secure ASP .NET applications. It contains architectural as well as in-depth technical information for designing and writing secure ASP .NET Web applications. Although the guide focuses on Web applications, it contains a separate chapter about .NET Remoting security, because .NET Remoting becomes important when the Web front end starts talking to remote back-end components. This chapter can be found here: http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-us/dnnetsec/html/SecNetch11.asp
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