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Now add an AJAX UpdatePanel to surround the radio buttons. The finished application is shown in Figure 3-2, which shows the panel both visible and hidden.
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The second way to assign a color is by using the same sort of color specification as is common in HTML: a hash mark followed by a set of hexadecimal numbers; one for each of the color components. Image::Magick is a bit more flexible than HTML in this regard. Whereas a color specification in HTML requires three color components to be specified as a two-character hexadecimal value between 00 and FF, Image::Magick s colors can be given in the form of any of the following strings:
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A Date or Calendar object can represent a real date, a time of day, or a numeric timestamp. Because these object types can represent different things at the same time, you need to tell your Query object how it should use these parameters. The javax.persistence.TemporalType passed in as a parameter to the setParameter() method tells the Query interface what database type to use when converting the java.util.Date or java.util.Calendar parameter to a native SQL type.
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The Hibernate query by criteria (QBC) API lets you build a query by manipulating criteria objects at runtime. This approach lets you specify constraints dynamically without direct string manipulations, but it doesn t lose much of the flexibility or power of HQL. On the other hand, queries expressed as criteria are often less readable than queries expressed in HQL. Retrieving a user by first name is easy using a Criteria object:
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Overall, the application is transparent, with no obscure calls that maintain values in the HTTP session or in the HTTP request. JSF transparently puts and looks up values in these contexts. If you consider the object/relational mapping of the Item class, you ll probably agree that a few annotations on a POJO are simpler than a deployment descriptor for an EJB 2.x entity bean. Furthermore, object/relational mapping as defined by Java Persistence is not only much more powerful and feature-rich than EJB 2.x. entity beans, but also a lot easier to use (even compared to native Hibernate). What we couldn t show in a simple application is the power behind JSF and EJB 3.0. JSF is amazingly flexible and extensible; you can write your own HTML widgets, you can hook into the processing phases of a JSF request, and you can even create your own view layer (if Facelets isn t what you want) without much effort. EJB 3.0 is much easier to tame than EJB 2.x, and it also has features (such as interceptors and dependency injection) that have never before been available in a standardized Java programming model. The application can easily be tested with a testing framework like JUnit or TestNG. All classes are plain Java classes; you can instantiate them, set (mock) dependencies manually, and run a test procedure. However, there is room for improvement. Improving the application The first thing that stands out in this JSF/EJB 3.0 application is the JSF backing bean. What s the purpose of this class It s required by JSF, because you need to bind values and actions to its fields and methods. But the code doesn t do anything useful: It passes any action to an EJB, one to one. Worse, it s the artifact with the most lines of code. You might argue that it decouples the view from the business layer. That seems reasonable, if you use your EJB with a different view layer (say, a rich client). Still, if the application is a simple web application, the backing bean results in tighter coupling between the layers. Any change you make to either the view or the business layer requires changes to the component with the most lines of code. If you want to improve the code, get rid of the artificial layering and remove the backing bean. There is no reason why an EJB shouldn t be the backing bean. A programming model shouldn t force you to layer your application (it shouldn t restrict you, either). To improve the application, you need to collapse artificial layers. The application doesn t work in several browser windows. Imagine that you open the search page in two browser windows. In the first, you search for item 1;
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a client-side rich application that runs on your customer s computers, or software that works with credit card information and can t be stored off-premises. The two services in AppFabric are geared to help with these scenarios. Access Control Service (ACS) This service provides a way to easily provide claimsbased access control for REST services. This means that it abstracts away authentication and the role-based minutia of building an authorization system. Several of Azure s parts use ACS for their access control, including the Service Bus service in AppFabric. Service Bus This service provides a bus in the cloud, allowing you to connect your services and clients together so they can be loosely coupled. A bus is simply a way to connect services together and route messages around. An advantage of the Service Bus is that you can connect it to anything, anywhere, without having to figure out the technology and magic that goes into making that possible. As we look at each of these services, we ll cover some basic examples. All of these examples rely on WCF. The samples will run as normal local applications, not as Azure applications. We did it this way to show you how these services can work outside of the cloud, but also to make the examples easier to use. Each example has two pieces that need to run: a client and a service. You can run both simultaneously when you press F5 in Visual Studio by changing the startup projects in the solution configuration.
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In lines 3 4, a Dictionary is declared, mapping strings to flyweights. On lines 13 14, the Dictionary is accessed using the indexer that is part of the Dictionary definition. Line 13 is an example of the use of the set accessor, and line 14 calls a get accessor. This is all part of the member declared in lines 10 16, where we define our own indexer for the FlyweightFactory class. Line 10 specifies the return type and the key type, and lines 12 14 give the body of the get accessor. It starts by checking whether there is already a Flyweight with this key. If not, it allocates one. In either case, it returns the element in the dictionary with the correct index.
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