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The source or destination is a different process on the same machine . The source or destination is on a different machine . The source or destination is a file . Don t assume that the same process will deserialize the data . The source or destination is a store such as a database or a file . Don t assume that the same process will deserialize the data . The source or destination is remoting to an unknown location . The location may be on the same machine but may also be on another machine . The source or destination is unknown . The object graph is being cloned . The serialization code may assume that the same process will deserialize the data, and it is therefore safe to access handles or other unmanaged resources . The source or destination is a different AppDomain . The source or destination may be any of the above contexts . This is the default context .
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Now that you know what s needed, let s look at an example of setting up security for our sample application, as shown in Listing 16-5 . This assumes you created the Manufacturing database in the cross-database example .
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Although the CLR doesn t know anything about operators, it does specify how languages should expose operator overloads so that they can be readily consumed by code written in a different programming language . Each programming language gets to decide for itself whether it will support operator overloads, and if it does, the syntax for expressing and using them . As far as the CLR is concerned, operator overloads are simply methods . Your choice of programming language determines whether or not you get the support of operator overloading and what the syntax looks like . When you compile your source code, the compiler produces a method that identifies the behavior of the operator . The CLR specification mandates that operator overload methods be public and static methods . In addition, C# (and many other languages) requires that at least one of the operator method s parameters must be the same as the type that the operator method is defined within . The reason for this restriction is that it enables the C# compiler to search for a possible operator method to bind to in a reasonable amount of time . Here is an example of an operator overload method defined in a C# class definition:
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the first member will have the integer value 0 and subsequent members will be assigned values sequentially. Using explicit numbering, the programmer can assign an integer value to each enum member. The assigned value must be valid for the specified base type. Any members without explicit values are assigned a value sequentially based on the value of the previous member. The following example declares an enum named PokerChip with a byte base type:
SET @newline = NCHAR(13) + NCHAR(10); SET @object = QUOTENAME(@schema_name) + N'.' + QUOTENAME(@object_name); -- Check for missing input IF @schema_name IS NULL OR @object_name IS NULL OR @on_rows IS NULL OR @on_cols IS NULL OR @agg_func IS NULL OR @agg_col IS NULL BEGIN SET @msg = N'Missing input + CASE WHEN @schema_name + CASE WHEN @object_name + CASE WHEN @on_rows + CASE WHEN @on_cols + CASE WHEN @agg_func + CASE WHEN @agg_col RAISERROR(@msg, 16, 1); RETURN; END
{ CUseCriticalSection ( g_lpCS ) ; m_xFoo = z ; } YetAnotherCallHere ( . . . ) ; } The CUseCriticalSection helper class is still present, but by introducing it inside the separate standalone curly braces, it's given a scope so that it's acquired and released just around the one necessary spot, and it isn't held too long. Spin Your Critical Sections As I mentioned in the previous section, critical sections are the preferred method of synchronization when you are only synchronizing inside a process. However, you can get a considerable performance boost using critical sections if you remember to spin! Years ago, some folks at Microsoft were wondering about multithreaded application performance, so they came up with several testing scenarios to find out more. After lots of study, they found something quite counterintuitive, though not unheard of in computer science. They found that in certain cases it was much faster to poll than to actually perform an operation. We've all been told since we were wee programmers never to poll, but in the case of critical sections, that's exactly what you want to do. The vast majority of critical-section protection was for small data protection cases. As I described in the last section, a critical section is protected by a semaphore, and making the call into kernel mode to acquire that critical section is extremely expensive. The original implementation of EnterCriticalSection simply looked to see whether the critical section could be acquired. If it couldn't, EnterCriticalSection went right into kernel mode. In most cases, by the time the thread got into kernel mode and back down, the other thread had released the critical section a million years ago in computer time. The counterintuitive idea the Microsoft researchers came up with on multiple CPU systems was to check whether the critical section was available and, if it wasn't, spin the CPU, then check again. On single CPU systems, the spin count, obviously, is ignored. If after the second check the critical section wasn't available, finally transition to kernel mode. The idea was that keeping the thread in user mode, even though it was spinning on nothing, was tremendously faster than transitioning to kernel mode. Two functions allow you to set the critical-section spin count. The first is InitializeCriticalSectionAndSpinCount, which you should use in place of InitializeCriticalSection. For the second function, SetCriticalSectionSpinCount, you want to change the value you originally started with, or you need to change the value for library code that uses only InitializeCriticalSection. Of course, I am assuming that you can access the critical-section pointer in your derived code. Determining your spin count can be problematic. If you work in an environment in which you have the two to three weeks to run through all the scenarios, grab all those interns sitting around and have fun. However, most of us aren't that lucky. I always use the value 4,000 for my spin count. That's what Microsoft uses for the operating system heaps, and I always figured that my code was probably less intensive than those. Using that number also would be big enough should I keep my code in user mode almost all the time. 531
The label of the primary vertical axis is on the right side of this axis . The scaling of the primary vertical axis was reclassified and its number format was changed (the counting starts with 20 and would even start with 20 if the major unit of the axis had remained 10) . The columns on the left side of the primary vertical axis are the five countries/regions with relatively low numbers of inhabitants, and their values are shown in blue for improved differentiability (in anticipation of the Data Labels topic further below) .
-- Run with Davis DECLARE @mylastname AS NVARCHAR(40) = N'Davis'; DECLARE @sql AS NVARCHAR(500) = N'SELECT empid, firstname, lastname /* A2E6C9ED-E75A-42F7-BD22-EB671798B0DC */ FROM HR.Employees WHERE lastname = @lastname'; EXEC sp_executesql @stmt = @sql, @params = N'@lastname AS NVARCHAR(40)', @lastname = @mylastname; GO -- Run with King DECLARE @mylastname AS NVARCHAR(40) = N'King'; DECLARE @sql AS NVARCHAR(500) = N'SELECT empid, firstname, lastname /* A2E6C9ED-E75A-42F7-BD22-EB671798B0DC */ FROM HR.Employees WHERE lastname = @lastname'; EXEC sp_executesql @stmt = @sql, @params = N'@lastname AS NVARCHAR(40)', @lastname = @mylastname; GO
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This is a good place to reemphasize that instance methods use the dot syntax (instance.method or instance.property) and static methods use the double-colon syntax (datatype::method or datatype::property) .
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