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When .NET 2.0 was released, MSBuild was also introduced. MSBuild was rst used as a Build Engine by Visual Studio 2005. One common question for those looking to adopt Visual Studio 2005 was, Can it be used to build .NET 1.1 code At the time it wasn t possible, but a separate add-on was made available, called MSBee, that would assist users to target .NET 1.1. With Visual Studio 2008 it s a different story: Targeting .NET 2.0 is built into MSBuild as well as Visual Studio. MSBuild now has the concept known as Toolsets. A toolset consists of tasks, targets, properties, and items that are used to drive the build process. MSBuild 3.5 ships with two toolsets, 2.0 and 3.5. The 2.0 toolset is the exact same set of tasks and targets les that shipped with MSBuild 2.0. Since MSBuild 3.5 installs MSBuild 2.0 as well, they re always available. If you specify to use the 2.0 toolset then only .NET 2.0 assemblies will be created. The targets les delivered by Microsoft to build C# and VB.NET projects has an additional property, TargetFrameworkVersion, which enables you to build a project using MSBuild 3.5 toolset but .NET 2.0 assemblies. Toolsets and TargetFrameworkVersion are often confused. A Toolset is a concept built-in to the MSBuild platform. TargetFrameworkVersion is a property like any other that is consumed in the targets les that build VB.NET and C# projects. We will discuss that later in this section. You can specify the toolsets to be used in one of the following ways:
Minimally Logged Operations
You can now call the Process method of the ExceptionManager class from code in your service in exactly the same way as shown in the previous examples of wrapping and replacing exceptions in a Windows Forms application. Alternatively, you can add attributes to the methods in your service class to specify the policy they should use when an exception occurs, as shown in this code:
Individual inspections typically catch about 60% of defects, which is higher than other techniques except prototyping and high-volume beta testing. These results have been confirmed numerous times at organizations including Harris BCSD, National Software Quality Experiment, Software Engineering Institute, Hewlett Packard, and so on (Shull. et al 2002). The combination of design and code inspections usually removes 70-85 percent or more of the defects in a product (Jones 1996). Inspections identify error-prone classes early, and Capers Jones reports that they result in 20-30 percent fewer defects per 1000 lines of code than less formal review practices. Designers and coders learn to improve their work through participating in inspections, and inspections increase productivity by about 20 percent (Fagan 1976, Humphrey 1989, Gilb and Graham 1993, Wiegers 2002). On a project that uses inspections for design and code, the inspections will take up about 10-15 percent of project budget, and will typically reduce overall project cost. Inspections can also be used for assessing progress, but it is the technical progress that is assessed. That usually means answering two questions: (1) Is the technical work being done and (2) Is the technical work being done well The answers to both questions are by-products of formal inspections.
CHAPTER 7: Developing with HTML5
Figure 3 1 : Signing an assembly The publisher s public key is also embedded into the AssemblyDef manifest metadata table in this PE file. The combination of the filename, the assembly version, the culture, and the public key gives this assembly a strong name, which is guaranteed to be unique. There is no way that two companies could produce a Calculus assembly with the same public key (assuming that the companies don t share this key pair with each other). At this point, the assembly and all its files are ready to be packaged and distributed. As described in 2, when you compile your source code, the compiler detects the types and members that your code references. You must specify the referenced assemblies to the compiler. For the C# compiler, you use the /reference command line switch. Part of the compiler s job is to emit an AssemblyRef metadata table inside the resulting managed module. Each entry in the AssemblyRef metadata table indicates the referenced assembly s name (without path and extension), version number, culture, and public key information. Important Because public keys are such large numbers and a single assembly might reference many assemblies, a large percentage of the resulting file s total size would be occupied with public key information. To conserve storage space, Microsoft hashes the public key and takes the last 8 bytes of the hashed value. This reduced value has been determined to be statistically unique and is therefore safe to pass around the system. These reduced public key values known as public key tokens are what are actually stored in an AssemblyRef table. In general, developers and end users will see public key token values much more frequently than full public key values. Following is the AssemblyRef metadata information for the JeffTypes.dll file that I discussed in 2:
If the logic and the data structures employed by the default session module don t completely satisfy you, the first option you have as a developer is to replace portions of ASP.NET session state functionality without reinventing all of it. The default session module probably does what you need about 99 percent of the time. If you want to support functionality not covered by the standard module, you should consider replacing the session state module. You can customize and adapt four aspects of the session state module: the data store, the session state item, the data dictionary, and the session ID. For this purpose, ASP.NET 2.0 introduces a few new attributes and elements to the <sessionState> section of the web.config file.
two tons of concrete, and then hidden under the mat. In addition, if the VMK is somehow compromised, you can re-encrypt the FVEK with a new VMK very quickly. To decrypt sectors, the system needs to get the FVEK. To get the FVEK, the system needs to get the VMK. The VMK is also stored in the volume metadata, and it is also never written to disk without being strongly encrypted itself. The VMK can be encrypted by any number of key protectors or authenticators. The default key protector is the computer s Trusted Platform Module (TPM), as discussed in the following sections. You can combine the TPM with a numeric PIN or a partial key stored on a USB key or both. By adding a PIN or USB requirement, you are introducing a form of two-factor authentication. If the computer does not have a compatible TPM, you can configure BitLocker to store a key protector completely on a USB Flash Drive (although this does not provide any boot integrity checking, as discussed later). The VMK is also encrypted with a 48-digit recovery password that can be backed up to AD DS, stored in a database, or printed to be used for emergency recovery. Finally, in a case where you want to disable BitLocker but not fully decrypt the drive, BitLocker uses a clear key key protector. The clear key is very much like putting the key to the door under the mat. The VMK is encrypted with a new key, but that key is stored in plaintext on the volume. This is effective for operations that require BitLocker to be deactivated, such as some kinds of upgrades, but avoids the time required to decrypt and re-encrypt the volume. However, because the VMK could be somewhat easily discovered in this state, you should not leave BitLocker in this disabled state for any longer than necessary. BitLocker Start-up At start-up, all BitLocker-protected volumes are locked and cannot be used, even to start the operating system. Early start-up code in the Boot Manager and Windows Loader looks for an appropriate key protector by querying the TPM, checking the USB ports, or, if necessary, prompting the user for a PIN or a recovery password. Finding a key protector lets Windows decrypt the VMK, which decrypts the FVEK. At this point, the disk is unlocked and the BitLocker filter driver decrypts the data stored on disk as each sector is read. BitLocker Integrity Checking When a server starts, the components used early in the process need to be unencrypted so that they can be used in start-up. If an attacker could change the code in the earliest start-up components, compromising a system is much, much easier. This is the basis of many rootkits. Once a system is compromised this way, secrets such as passwords can be much more easily obtained. In the case of a system protected by BitLocker, a compromise of the earliest components could lead to the disclosure of the VMK or FVEK and render the protection of BitLocker useless, even though data on the disk is encrypted. If the computer has a compatible TPM, BitLocker can use integrity checking functionality to help prevent this sort of attack. With a TPM, each time the computer starts, each of the early start-up components such as the BIOS, the master boot record (MBR), the boot sector, and
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