Saving the Workbook As a Web Page in Microsoft Excel

Integrating Data Matrix in Microsoft Excel Saving the Workbook As a Web Page

Introducing ASP.NET AJAX
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In the Resources directory, only .resx and .resources file types are considered to be built for the resources assembly. Resource files provide for easy application localization. You create satellite assemblies with application resources (typically, images and text) specific to a culture, and the runtime does the rest, loading and using the right one. In ASP.NET 1.x, the developer had to create satellite assemblies manually. ASP.NET 2.0 parses and compiles resource files in the Resources folders. A simple naming convention is used to bind a resource file to a particular culture. A single file with no culture defined is the default or neutral resource file (for example, AppResources.resx). All other files that define culture-based resources embed the culture signature in the name. For example, AppResources.en-US.resx represents the American English version, and is for the Italian version. The Resources directory is compiled before any Code assemblies or ASP.NET assemblies. The resulting resource assembly for the neutral culture has application scope and is therefore referenced from other assemblies generated in the application. Satellite assemblies are generated for the additional cultures. All types defined in the resource assemblies belong to the Resources namespace and are static objects.
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// Display's exception events. /////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////// ///*/ void DisplayExceptionEvent ( EXCEPTION_DEBUG_INFO & stEDI ) { _tprintf ( _T ( "Exception Event _tprintf ( _T ( " _tprintf ( _T ( " _tprintf ( _T ( " _tprintf ( _T ( " _tprintf ( _T ( " _tprintf ( _T ( " } WDBG: A Real Debugger I thought the best way to show you how a debugger worked was to write one, so I did. Although WDBG might not replace the Visual Studio .NET or WinDBG debuggers any time soon, it certainly does nearly everything a debugger is supposed to do. WDBG is available with this book's sample files. If you look at Figure 4-3, you'll see WDBG debugging the CrashFinder program from 12. In the figure, CrashFinder is stopped at the third instance of a breakpoint I set on GetProcAddress in KERNEL32.DLL. The Memory window, in the upper right-hand corner, is showing the second parameter that CrashFinder passed to this particular instance of GetProcAddress, the string InitializeCriticalSectionAndSpinCount. As you look around Figure 4-3, you'll see that WDBG takes care of the business you'd expect a debugger to tend to, including showing registers, disassembling code, and showing the currently loaded modules and the currently running threads. The exciting window is the Call Stack window, which is shown in the middle-right section of Figure 4-3. Not only does WDBG show the call stack as you would expect, but it also fully supports all locals and structure expansion. What you don't see in the picture but what will become apparent when you first run WDBG is that WDBG also supports breakpoints, symbol enumeration and display in the Symbols window, and breaking the application to stop in the debugger. dwFirstChance ExceptionCode ExceptionFlags ExceptionRecord ExceptionAddress NumberParameters stEDI.dwFirstChance stEDI.ExceptionRecord.ExceptionCode stEDI.ExceptionRecord.ExceptionFlags stEDI.ExceptionRecord.ExceptionRecord stEDI.ExceptionRecord.ExceptionAddress stEDI.ExceptionRecord.NumberParameters :\n" ) ) ; : 0x%08X\n" ) , ) ; : 0x%08X\n" ) , ) ; ) ; ) ; ) ; ) ; : 0x%08X\n" ) , : 0x%08X\n" ) , : 0x%08X\n" ) , : 0x%08X\n" ) ,
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There are not many restrictions on which objects you can use as the source of ObjectDataSource controls. If you know that your business object will be used as an ObjectDataSource, you can define attributes on your class that make consuming your class inside an ObjectDataSource easier in the designer. These attributes are used to predefine which methods to use as Select, Insert, Update, and Delete methods. To get started, you set the DataObject attribute at the top of your class. This simply indicates that your class is meant to be a DataObject. Again, this is not required for use with ObjectDataSource controls but simply makes things easier. The following shows an example of the class declaration and attribute.
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The Migration Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 Preparing Your Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 Back Up Existing SBS Server Install Current Updates Network Con guration Install Router and Firewall Con guring Active Directory Best Practices Analyzer (BPA) Optimize Exchange Mailboxes Running the Migration Preparation Tool Administrator Account Using the SBS Answer File Generator 112 112 113 120 122 125 128 128 132 135
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You may have noticed the similarity in syntax between the Resolve method and the GetInstance method we used earlier. Effectively, when you are using the default Unity container, the GetInstance method of the service locator simply calls the Resolve method of the Unity container. It therefore makes sense that the syntax and parameters are similar. Both the container and the service locator expose other methods that allow you to get collections of objects, and there are both generic and non-generic overloads that allow you to use the methods in languages that do not support generics. One point to note if you choose this more sophisticated approach to using Enterprise Library in your applications is that you should import two additional namespaces into your code. These namespaces include the container and core extension definitions: Microsoft.Practices.EnterpriseLibrary.Common.Configuration.Unity Microsoft.Practices.Unity
When using wireless networking, always use appropriate security measures, such as Wireless Protected Access (WPA), 802.11i (WPA2), or 802.1x. For more information, see the section titled Planning for Security later in this chapter.
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