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If customer attributes other than CustomerID might vary among rows with the same CustomerID, you will need to isolate only one row per customer. Naturally, DISTINCT won't work in such a case because it eliminates only completely identical row duplicates. Furthermore, the technique using DISTINCT requires a full scan of the source table, so it's slow. You can use the source table's key (OrderID in our case) to identify a single row per customer, because the key is unique. For example, you can use a subquery returning the minimum OrderID for the outer customer: INSERT INTO dbo.MyCustomers(CustomerID, CompanyName, ContactName, ContactTitle, Address, City, Region, PostalCode, Country, Phone, Fax) SELECT CustomerID, CompanyName, ContactName, ContactTitle, Address, City, Region, PostalCode, Country, Phone, Fax FROM dbo.StageOrders AS S WHERE NOT EXISTS (SELECT * FROM dbo.MyCustomers AS T WHERE T.CustomerID = S.CustomerID) AND S.OrderID = (SELECT MIN(OrderID) FROM dbo.StageOrders AS S2 WHERE S2.CustomerID = S.CustomerID);
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Routers use routing tables to determine where to send packets. When IP packets are sent to an IP router, the router reads the destination address of the packet and com pares that destination address to the entries in the routing table. One of these entries is used to determine which interface to use to send the packet and to which hop (gateway) the packet will be sent next. To assist in this process, each routing table entry includes the five columns described in the following sections, as shown in Figure 9-13.
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But I m sure you d agree that declaring and initializing an integer by using this syntax is rather cumbersome . Fortunately, many compilers (including C#) allow you to use syntax similar to the following instead:
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Create the first form control, label, format, link, and test it . Its output value is automatically 1 . Create a copy of the first form control including its link . The output value is automatically 2.
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Windows Server 2003. On Windows 2000, I've never gotten the AppVerifier to work properly. Additionally, some of the tests and errors the documentation says should work don't seem to produce any output. For the rest of this discussion, I'll assume you are using Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 when running AppVerifier and are running under an account with Administrator privileges (as required for AppVerifier). AppVerifier has been designed as a standalone executable (APPVERIF.EXE) and as an add-in (VSAPPVERIF.DLL). The AppVerifier add-in included with ACT version 2.6 is integrated into the Debug toolbar of Visual Studio .NET 2002. However, that integration is not migrated over to Visual Studio .NET 2003. Fortunately, because of all the experience I got with add-ins back in 9, I was able to figure out how to get the AppVerifier add-in working. If you're using a later version of the AppVerifier add-in, it will probably integrate directly into Visual Studio .NET 2003, so you can skip the following steps to make it work. After you've installed ACT, open a command prompt and navigate to the <ACT installation directory>\Applications directory. You'll need to register the AppVerifier add-in DLL with REGSVR32 VSAPPVERIF.DLL so that the COM components are in the registry. The next step is to tell Visual Studio .NET 2003 about the add-in. In the AppVerifierAddIn directory with this book's sample files is a .REG file named AppVerifierAddInReg.reg.REG. You can either double-click the .REG file from Windows Explorer or execute it with REGEDIT AppVerifierAddInReg.REG. In case you're wondering whether bringing an add-in written for a previous version of Visual Studio .NET over to a newer version can be a problem, let me tell you that it can be. If the add-in happens to be written using .NET, pulling in a previous edition of the CLR could cause problems. However, in the case of the AppVerifier add-in, it's written only in C++, so it's safe. I could tell this because I was running REGASM on VSAPPVERIF.DLL, and REGASM reported that the add-in wasn't a .NET assembly. Of course, I still went through and tested all the options in VSAPPVERIF.DLL to ensure everything was safe. If you happen to run Visual Studio .NET with the AppVerifier add-in under an account where you don't have Administrator privileges, you'll get an odd error message box. The title of the box is "Installer Error" and the text is "Error: insufficient permissions to run this program. Administrator access needed." Once you install ACT or register the AppVerifier add-in manually, you might miss the new buttons added to the Debug toolbar of Visual Studio .NET. This new Debug toolbar is shown in Figure 17-3. You'll need to make the Debug toolbar visible when you aren't debugging because you can set AppVerifier add-in options only before you start debugging. One of the key tenets of the AppVerifier add-in is that it will cause DebugBreak calls left and right when you encounter a problem, so you're always going to be running under a debugger. By having it built into Visual Studio .NET, you can avoid the pain of Windows NT Symbolic Debugger (NTSD) or WinDBG.
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Figure 7-8: An XML reader lets you access the output records one at a time. When the Transform method gets an output stream to write to, the XSLT processor loops through all the records and accumulates the text into the specified buffer. If an XML reader has been requested, the processor creates an instance of an internal reader class and returns that to the caller. The exact name of the internal reader is System.Xml.Xsl.ReaderOutput. No transformation is performed until the caller explicitly asks to read the cached output records. Figure 7-9 shows how the XSLT processor returns its output.
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default security roles associated with system customization privileges: System Administrator and System Customizer. Figure 5-4 shows the default security settings for the System Customizer role.
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Adding this behavior extension attaches WIF to the WCF pipeline. This allows WIF to verify the security token s integrity against the public key. (If you forget to attach WIF, you will see a run-time exception with a message that says that a service certi cate is missing.) The service s Web.con g le uses the <Microsoft.identity Model> element to specify the con guration required for the WIF component. This is shown in the following code example.
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