Insert Data Matrix in C# BUILDING A VIEW

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Figure 3-6. Physical database model
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A feature that first showed up in Silverlight 3 is the ability to create styles that are based on another style. This allows you to create base styles that can help organize and maintain your styles across your application. As an example, consider the following source. Notice there are three styles that are defined. BaseButtonStyle defines the base style, RedButton derives from BaseButtonStyle inheriting all properties from the base style including the FontSize, FontFamily, Margin and additionally sets the Foreground to Red. There is also a third style, RedButtonBigFont, that derives from the RedButton style, and overrides the FontSize. <UserControl.Resources> <Style x:Key="BaseButtonStyle" TargetType="Button"> <Setter Property="FontSize" Value="22" /> <Setter Property="FontFamily" Value="Trebuchet MS" /> <Setter Property="Margin" Value="5" /> </Style> <Style x:Key="RedButton" TargetType="Button" BasedOn="{StaticResource BaseButtonStyle}"> <Setter Property="Foreground" Value="Red" /> </Style> <Style x:Key="RedButtonBigFont" TargetType="Button" BasedOn="{StaticResource RedButton}"> <Setter Property="FontSize" Value="28" /> </Style> </UserControl.Resources>
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system into RAM, which then initiates a long number of events that ultimately leads to a running operating system. By utilizing a custom boot loader, Check Point can interject into the operation of a computer very early on in the boot sequence, in fact, before a single bit of OS X ever hits the processor. With FDE, interjecting at this early stage is the key to booting off of an encrypted disk, because at its lowest level, the EFI (extensible firmware interface) firmware found at the core of every Macintosh does not currently understand any encryption. If a disk is encrypted, then when a system first boots up, EFI will not be able to access any boot loaders written to an encrypted volume, and will therefore be unable to access the disk to boot up the system which it contains. The key then, is to intervene in the communication process between EFI and the encrypted boot volume, and this is exactly what Check Points boot loader achieves. To do this, the Check Point software creates a tiny, unencrypted volume that contains solely an unencrypted boot loader. When the system first boots, the EFI reads in this unencrypted boot loader on the disk, and then will pass it control to begin booting the system. What EFI doesn t know is that instead of booting OS X in the normal fashion, Check Points boot loader will first provide a minimal pre-boot environment that provides a very basic interface which allows a user to authenticate and there-by gain access to the encrypted disk. If a user never authenticates, then the disks contents will remain encrypted and secure. Once a user authenticates, the system will load the standard OS X boot loader from the encrypted partition, and booting ala the standard OS X experience will commence. To facilitate writing the encrypted disk, the Check Point preboot environment installs a custom kernel extension (kext) that is installed into the Mac OS X environment. When booting, EFI uses the pre-boot driver to retrieve the kernel and mkext (an mkext is a bundle of kext files) cache from the encrypted disk. Mkext caches are used very early on in the boot process by the kernel to load basic functionality; in this case, it includes a driver to decode encrypted data on the main filesystem, and continues booting. With such an implementation, all OS writes or reads to and from the disk will be encrypted and decrypted at a very low level in the system; providing a high degree of transparency to the actual environment as witnessed by subsequent processes running on the system. The encryption is completely transparent to any applications, and more importantly, to the end user. On its back-end Check Point FDE utilizes AES-256bit encryption, the same governmentapproved standard available for use with encrypted disk images. Authentication provided by the pre-boot environment supports a number of different facilities. Most commonly, a standard username and password can be utilized to provide access to the data. Alternatively, dynamic tokens, such as RSA or crypto card, are supported, allowing for very secure one-time token authentication. Regardless of the method used, backdoor access can be obtained by administrators or privileged users in order to gain access to the data: therefore the recovery of the data is not solely dependent on the user remembering their password. Likewise, if a user forgets their password in the field, the product has full support for remote recovery even if the laptop does not have an active connection to the Internet. This gives administrators the ability to restore access to a remote user via a standard voice-confirmation phone call. By granting temporary access, the user can regain access to the data and then reset their password. This is a pretty cool feature, and does improve accessibility, another critical component of information security.
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Figure 6-2. The state diagram for this journey
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The place you ll want to watch yourself is the SRAM data memory. When you re moving data around, 256 bytes can be a little tight. This 256 has got to handle all your flags, counters, variables, etc. All you have to do is to declare a 100-byte string variable and you ve eaten up nearly half your memory. Another little gotcha is that SRAM is not always purely contiguous. By that, I mean it may be broken up into banks of smaller amounts, typically 128 or 64 bytes. Again, watch out for string and array variables. Try to be frugal. How do you program your part Similar to the Xcode environment that Apple provides for developing Objective-C for the Mac and iPhone OS, Microchip provides the MPLAB IDE shown in Figure 11 2. MPLAB contains a desktop environment where you can edit files (program your code) or upload memory from your part to inspect your program and data areas. Everything is done as a project. You can configure a project using a wizard to specify which part you re using and which compiler. MPLAB allows other compilers to be used, not just HI TECH C. MPLAB works with various programmers and debugging tools. Programming is just a pushbutton away. During setup, you specify which programmer and debugger you plan to use. Some programmers, such as the PICkit 2 that comes with most of the entry-level evaluation kits, offer some amount of debugging in the form of a single breakpoint where you can have your program stop.
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This, in turn, means you ll need to place a valid database username and password in your connection string. You can configure existing Windows users or add new database users to SQL Server directly from within the management console (see Figure 6-14).
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