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// Register the "myApp" source against the local // "Application" log EventLog.CreateEventSource("myApp", "Application"); // Equivalent to the above statement; "." is the local machine // and the "Application" log is the default log. EventLog.CreateEventSource("myApp",null,"."); // Register against "SomeLog" log of a // remote machine called "myMachine" EventLog.CreateEventSource("myApp","SomeLog","myMachine");
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You can also see in the figure that the site employs paging. If there are a lot of search results, you ll only present a fixed (but configurable) number of products per page and allow the visitor to browse through the pages using Previous and Next links. Let s begin implementing the functionality, by starting, as usual, with the data tier.
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CHAPTER 7: Developing with HTML5
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Update Routes This command appears on the shortcut menu of the IP Routing demand-dial interface. When the RIP routing protocol is installed and this feature is enabled, selecting the Update Routes command automatically updates the static routes across the demand-dial interface. Static routes updated with this command require no further configuration and are thus known as autostatic routes. Because of the intermittent nature of dial-on-demand connections, autostatic routes for these connections are used in place of normal router-to-router communication through RIP. Note also that you can update autostatic routes automatically by using a script scheduled to run peri odically by the Task Scheduler service. TCP/IP Statistics The next group of features available on this shortcut menu allows you to view current TCP/IP information such as that available with the command-line commands Ipconfig, Route Print, and Netstat. You can use this information, which includes details about active TCP and User Datagram Protocol (UDP) connections, bytes sent, and assigned IP addresses, to verify and troubleshoot network connectivity. IP Routing Interface Properties Finally, the demand-dial interface shortcut menu allows you to open the demand-dial interface properties dialog box, shown in Figure 9-25. This dialog box is distinct from the demand-dial interface properties dialog box available when the Network Interfaces node is selected. This dialog box contains three tabs: General, Multicast Boundaries, and Multicast Heartbeat. Because multicasting is not covered on the 70-291 exam, only the General tab configuration options are dis cussed here.
/* Use the insertion sort technique to sort the "data" array in ascending order. This routine assumes that data[ firstElement ] is not the first element in data and that data[ firstElement-1 ] can be accessed. */ public void InsertionSort( int[] data, int firstElement, int lastElement ) { /* Replace element at lower boundary with an element guaranteed to be first in a sorted list. */ int lowerBoundary = data[ firstElement-1 ]; data[ firstElement-1 ] = SORT_MIN; /* The elements in positions firstElement through sortBoundary-1 are always sorted. In each pass through the loop, sortBoundary is increased, and the element at the position of the new sortBoundary probably isn"t in its sorted place in the array, so it"s inserted into the proper place somewhere between firstElement and sortBoundary. */ for ( int sortBoundary = firstElement+1; sortBoundary <= lastElement; sortBoundary++ data[ insertPos-1 ] ) { data[ insertPos ] = data[ insertPos-1 ]; insertPos = insertPos-1; } data[ insertPos ] = insertVal; } /* Replace original lower-boundary element */ data[ firstElement-1 ] = lowerBoundary; } ) { int insertVal = data[ sortBoundary ]; int insertPos = sortBoundary; while ( insertVal <
4 Triggers
Creating Data Islands in ASP.NET To create data islands in ASP.NET, you can use the <asp:xml> server control to inject XML code in the body of the HTML <xml> tag. We saw this technique in action in 7 when we examined XSLT and used the <asp:xml> control to apply serverside transformations. The <asp:xml> control can also be used to inject plain XML code without any preliminary transformation. The following code demonstrates an ASP.NET page that is functionally equivalent to the HTML page discussed in the previous section. The page creates a couple of data islands by importing the contents of a local XML file and then using a hidden field. The page contains two buttons bound to client-side scripting to read the XML source. <%@ Page Language="C#" %> <%@ Import Namespace="System.Xml" %> <%@ Import Namespace="System.Xml.Xsl" %> <script runat="server"> void Page_Load(object sender, EventArgs e) { button1.Attributes["onclick"] = "getDataFromXmlTag()"; 488
nternet Explorer 7 is the first major upgrade to Microsoft s flagship web browser since 2001. After a long public testing period, it was officially released in October 2006 as an upgrade to Windows XP and Windows Server 2003. Windows Vista uses Internet Explorer 7 as its default web browser as well. Because the Windows Vista and Windows XP versions share a common user interface, many features are identical in the two versions. If you ve used Internet Explorer 7 for Windows XP, you ll find that tabbed browsing, the Instant Search box, the built-in Phishing Filter, and web feed subscriptions work exactly the same in Windows Vista, as do all of the basics of browsing. (We cover all the above-mentioned features in this chapter.) What Windows Vista adds to Internet Explorer 7 is a new level of security called Protected Mode, which builds on the foundation of User Account Control. In Windows Vista, the browser runs with sharply reduced rights and permissions. Any webpage that attempts to install software, communicate with other running programs, or run a script, hostile or otherwise, will find itself unable to alter system files or settings. The overall effect is to make Internet Explorer 7 significantly safer in everyday operation than any previous version.
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