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The BlackBerry simulator will cheerfully send outgoing SMS messages. However, it is quite difficult to receive incoming messages. RIM has released a Java application named smsdemo that echoes back SMS messages from a specialized client. At present, there isn t a convenient way to inject an arbitrary SMS message into the simulator. One possibility is to configure two simulators to connect with each other. Within Eclipse, you can set the SMS source port and SMS destination port under the debug configuration s Simulator Network tab. When launching from the command line, you can specify the ports via the /sms-source-port=[value] and /sms-destinationport=[value] arguments. You should be able to start two simulators at the same time one from within Eclipse and the other from the command line provided both simulators are not in the same directory. The second simulator will complain about not being able to open all its ports; you can ignore this message. In theory, you should now be able to send from one simulator to the other. In practice, this doesn t currently work very well. The second simulator to start will be crippled. Hopefully RIM will soon offer better tooling for SMS messages similar to what they offer for email messages. Until then, it may be simplest to just run on the device.
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You now have a data table containing the returned results from your query. However, you may not want to return this from your web method, because you may have clients written on J2EE, PHP, or other web technologies that will not be able to parse the AddressDataTable object (it is bound to ADO.NET and therefore .NET). A better approach is to use well-formed XML to return your data. In this case, you are returning addresses to the client, so you can set up a class to store a specific address, and another to contain a list of addresses. Here s the code:
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Up until now, we have created schemas by using a variety of techniques, all of which were designtime techniques. That means we ourselves created the schemas by using a text editor, Visual Studio, or the xsd.exe tool. However, there is more to the show than this. The .NET Framework also allows you to create schemas programmatically. You can load existing schemas or create a new one from the ground up. You can then manipulate the schema by adding or removing various parts such as elements, attributes, simple types, and complex types. After you manipulate the schema as per your requirements, you can then compile it. Compiling a schema ensures that there are no errors in the schema structure. To perform schema manipulation, the .NET Framework provides a set of classes called the Schema Object Model, or SOM for short. The SOM classes reside in the System.Xml.Schema namespace. The SOM is for schemas what DOM is for XML documents: the SOM classes represent various parts of a schema. For example, to represent a simple type, the SOM provides a class called XmlSchemaSimpleType, and to represent an element, the SOM provides a class called XmlSchemaElement. There are many other classes that represent attributes, facets, groups, complex types, and so on. In the following section, you will learn about some of the core SOM classes. Note that the SOM is very extensive and I will not be discussing every available class here.
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THE PORTLET APPLICATION can use servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP) in addition to portlets. These Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) resources can be created especially for the portlet application, or they can be part of a port of an existing J2EE application. Existing servlets and JSP will probably need to be edited to conform to the portlet markup rules for a content fragment. In this chapter, we discuss using servlets and JSP with a portlet. Most portlets will use JSP or another page display technology such as Apache Velocity to render content. Rendering content directly from a portlet is just as awkward as displaying HTML output from a servlet. This chapter also examines using the portlet request dispatcher, which is used to include servlets or JSP inside the portlet. The portlet passes its render request and response objects to the servlet or JSP, and we cover the rules and exceptions for this pass-through. In addition, we explain how to handle any exceptions the servlet might throw inside the portlet. You ll also learn how to deploy servlets, JSP , and portlets together as an integrated web application. We are not going to cover any web frameworks in this chapter. Apache Struts 2.0 and JavaServer Faces (JSF) will support portlet applications in the future. Most popular open source frameworks will probably release a portlet module or add-on. The biggest architectural difference is that portlets have to handle two requests (action and render) instead of just one (like a web application).
public void UploadPerson(Person p) { Console.WriteLine(">> UploadPerson()"); Console.WriteLine(">> Person {0} {1} {2}", p.Firstname, p.Lastname, p.Age); _ageCount += p.Age; } } class ServerApp { [STAThread] static void Main(string[] args) { Console.WriteLine("Starting server..."); RemotingConfiguration.Configure("Server.exe.config"); Console.WriteLine("Server configured, waiting for requests!"); System.Console.ReadLine(); } } } In this case it s quite easy as the new interface inherits from the old one and just adds new functionality, you have ensured that old clients are still supported. If an interface would really break the signature of existing methods, you cannot create an interface that inherits from the old version. In this case, you have to create a completely new interface that defines the contract for the new clients. But this still means you are avoiding changes in configuration of your server components, making version management and updating server components in any case (not only new interfaces but also bug fixes and patching) much easier than deploying multiple versions of your server component under different URLs. The second client just references the two shared assemblies (General.dll and GeneralV2.dll) and uses the new interface for calling the remoting server, as you can see in Listing 8-16. Listing 8-16. The Implementation of the Second Client using System; using System.Runtime.Remoting; using General; using GeneralV2; using General.Client; namespace ClientConsole2 { class Class1 {
And you want to map to another customer schema (CustomerRecord) that is slightly different in structure and format: <CustomerRecord > <Name> </Name> <MiddleInit> </MiddleInit> <Address> </Address> <Zip> </Zip> <State> </State> <Country> </Country> <DateTime> </DateTime> </CustomerRecord> The example involves mapping values from a source to a destination schema that subsequently demonstrates different structure and invariably, message transformation. To create the BizTalk map for the example, follow these steps: 1. 2. 3. Open the project that contains the schemas. Right-click the project, and select Add New Item. In the Add New Item dialog box, shown in Figure 3 1, click Map and give the file name a valid name. Once completed, click the Add button.
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As shown in Listing 3-18, you can now change the method in General.dll back to a standard method (non-one-way) by commenting out the [OneWay()] attribute. Listing 3-18. Removing the [OneWay()] Attribute using System; using System.Runtime.Remoting.Messaging;
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