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One example of a situation where security and usability often collide is in the deployment of one-time passwords. A one-time password is a password that must be changed each time you log in to your computer. This effectively makes any intercepted password good for only the brief interval of time before the legitimate user logs in the next time. This way, if someone intercepts a password, it would probably already be expired or be on the verge of expiration within a matter of hours. For nearly every situation, this is too much security and impacts the ability of users to remember passwords. In our experience, when one-time passwords are deployed, it typically means users are writing passwords down. Anytime your password policy causes users to have to write down their passwords, it is a good idea to review whether you are being too strict with password policies. For example, if passwords are too complicated to remember, people will invariably write them down. This is how the kid in the movie War Games got into his school computer, thus sparking an entire generation of hackers.
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import utils.GetEmployeesInfo; import; public class GetEmployeesInfoTester { // Reference declaration for class to test public var classToTestRef : GetEmployeesInfo; [Before] public function setUpBeforeClass():void { classToTestRef = new GetEmployeesInfo(); } [After] public function tearDownAfterClass():void { classToTestRef = null; } [Test] public function testAddItem():void { classToTestRef.addItem("John Do", "212-222-2222", "25", ""); assertEquals( classToTestRef.employeesCollection.getItemAt(0).name, "John Do" ); } [Test(async,timeout="500")] public function testLoad():void { classToTestRef.addEventListener( RetrieveInformationEvent .RETRIEVE_INFORMATION, Async.asyncHandler( this, onResult, 500 ), false, 0, true ); classToTestRef.load("assets/file.xml"); } public function onResult(event:RetrieveInformationEvent, passThroughData:Object):void { assertNotNull( event.employeesCollection ); } } }
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Note, with 9i, how we have factored the effects of the is not null predicates into the join cardinality line as the filtered cardinality of each of the individual tables. This gives us a more appropriate answer than the 8i strategy, which has factored the null count of n1 into the calculations twice, once in the first join and then again in the second join, and so produced a final cardinality that is too low. Of course, as you upgrade from 8i to 9i, queries involving multiple tables joining along the same nullable columns may suddenly change their execution plans because the computed cardinality goes up. If the computed cardinality has increased for one step of a query, the optimizer may decide that the next step should be a hash or merge join rather than a nested loop join. I can t think of a rationale why this change only applies when the null count exceeds 5% of the row count, as it seems to be reasonable to invoke the rule across the board. But perhaps the limit has been imposed to reduce the number of queries that might change path on upgrade.
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In the previous example, you allowed the DataGrid to automatically generate columns based on the data to which it was bound. This is not a new concept it has been around in data grid components since the initial release of ASP.NET. But what if you want to have some additional control over the columns that are created in your DataGrid What if you want to add a column that contains some more complex information, such as an image You can do this by first setting the AutoGenerateColumns property on the grid to false. Then you need to generate the columns manually. Columns are defined in a DataGrid using the Columns collection. The following is an example of setting the Columns collection in XAML. Notice that it sets the AutogenerateColumns property to False. If you neglect to do this, you will get all of the autogenerated columns in addition to the columns you define within the Columns collection.
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There are many other common Managed Preferences management tasks which are worthy of a mention, but not an extensive write-up. Notably, one of the most common Managed Preferences to apply is automated login items, which specify applications, documents, or SharePoints that launch upon login to a computer. Login items are very handy for initiating user environments, such as firing up support applications or by auto mounting a network share. To add a login item, simply add it to the Items section found under the Login Workgroup Manager preferences pane. This item can be an application, a document, or a network share. For the former two, the added asset will need to be accessible at the same path on the target client. To deploy a network share login item, simply connect to the SharePoint from your admin station. Once the SharePoint is mounted on the desktop, simply drag it into the login items list. With the network share highlighted, make sure to check the box Mount share point with user s name and password, shown in Figure 7-17. This will ensure that proper access to the share is provided to the user.
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