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Figure 8-21. Friendly column names The first SELECT statement demonstrates the fact that in most SQL Server instances, whether we use upper- or lowercase doesn t matter to our queries; however, some language installations are case sensitive. When installing SQL Server, if we chose a SQL collation sequence that was case sensitive, as denoted by CS within the suffix of the collation name, SQL_Latin1_General_Cp437_CS_AS, for instance, then the first SELECT query would generate an error. The collation sequence for SQL Server was chosen in 1 when we installed the application. Changing a collation sequence within SQL Server is a very difficult task that requires rebuilding parts of SQL Server, so this book won t move into that area.
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Lucene s index consists of documents. A Lucene document represents one indexed object. This could be a web page, a Microsoft Word document, a row in a database table, or a Java object. Each document consists of a set of fields. Fields are name/value pairs that represent a piece of content, such as the title, the summary, or the primary key. We discuss fields later in this chapter. The org.apache.lucene.document.Document class represents a Lucene document. You can create a new Document object directly.
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The Windows Phone 7 platform is all about providing the best possible phone usage experience to consumers. When consumers look at a photo on the phone, they are using an application known as a Single Photo Viewer (SPV) that provides applications to extend the viewer s functionality via the Extras command of the context menu. In this section, you will further enhance the PhotoCapture application to take advantage of the Extras feature within the Photos application. The PhotoCapture application will be using PhotoChooserTask or CameraCaptureTask to allow the user to select or take a picture once it has been invoked via the Extras feature. To integrate with SPV, an application needs the following: 1. 2. An Extras.xml file in its root directory with markup to the Extras feature Code to properly read and load or manipulate the photo selected in the Extras dialog
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After you have enabled the Path module, users with the Create URL Aliases permission will have a Path Alias field available to them on all content-creation forms. The Path Alias value must be unique and not contain characters unsuitable for URLs; the & and characters in particular should be avoided (the slash, /, is fine). When a path has been assigned an alias, users will be able to access the content using that path alias instead of the normal path. For example, creating a blog post may generate a path like node/5. If this blog post is given a path alias of tech-news, users can access it with either of the following URLs: The second URL is clearly more meaningful both to humans and to search engines.
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1. From SQL Server, select New Query Database Engine Query. This should bring up an empty query pane similar to the one we saw in 2. 2. We want to add a second login group. We have available two different methods, and which one we use depends on whether we are going to use Windows authentication or SQL Server authentication. Our first example takes a look at the Windows authentication method. Locate the code from Steps 10 and 11 in the previous Try It Out: Creating a Group section (it is repeated below for ease of reference). CREATE LOGIN [XP-PRO\Apress_Product_Controllers] FROM WINDOWS WITH DEFAULT_DATABASE=[master], DEFAULT_LANGUAGE=[us_english] GO USE [ApressFinancial] GO CREATE USER [XP-PRO\Apress_Product_Controllers] FOR LOGIN [XP-PRO\Apress_Product_Controllers] GO 3. We can now alter this to create a group that will be defined for users wishing to view customers and their information, probably used in call centers, for example, for the Corporate edition of our software. Also, this time we are going to set the database that will be connected to by default, to our ApressFinancial database. Before entering the following code, we will of course need to add the new group, Apress_Client_Information, within our Computer Management icon found in the Administrative tools of the Control Panel first (see the Try It Out: Creating a Group section earlier for more on this). Once you ve done this, enter the following code in a new Query Editor window. (Don t execute it yet.) CREATE LOGIN [XP-PRO\Apress_Client_Information] FROM WINDOWS WITH DEFAULT_DATABASE=[ApressFinancial], DEFAULT_LANGUAGE=[us_english] GO
Programs for the .NET platform are distributed in a form that is executed by the CLR. Binaries are expressed in an intermediate language that is compiled incrementally by the Just-In-Time (JIT) compiler during program execution. A .NET assembly, in the form of a .dll or an .exe file, contains the definition of a set of types and the definition of the method bodies, and the additional data describing the structure of the code in the intermediate language form is known as metadata. The intermediate language is used to define method bodies based on a stack-based machine, where operations are performed by loading values on a stack of operands and then invoking methods or operators. Consider the following simple F# program in the Program.fs source file:
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On the client side, the SoapClientFormatterSink passes the IMessage on to its SerializeMessage() method. This function sets up the TransportHeaders and asks its NextSink (which will be the respective IClientChannelSink that is, the HttpClientTransportSink) for the request stream onto which it should write the serialized data. If the request stream is not yet available, it will create a new ChunkedMemoryStream that will later be passed to the channel sink. The real serialization is started from CoreChannel.SerializeSoapMessage(), which creates a SoapFormatter (from the System.Runtime.Serialization.Formatters.Soap namespace) and calls its Serialize() method. You can see the SOAP output of the formatter for a sample call to obj.setValue(42) in the following excerpt. Remember that this is only the serialized form of the request it is not yet transfer dependent (it does not contain any HTTP headers, for example). <SOAP-ENV:Envelope xmlns:xsi="" xmlns:xsd="" xmlns:SOAP-ENC="" xmlns:SOAP-ENV="" SOAP-ENV:encodingStyle="" xmlns:i2=" ect/General"> <SOAP-ENV:Body> <i2:setValue id="ref-1"> <newval>42</newval> </i2:setValue> </SOAP-ENV:Body> </SOAP-ENV:Envelope>
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