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First, a local property called _provider is defined and used to store a reference to the connection interface. The instance of that connection interface is set in the GetFeedConnection method, which is the connection consumer endpoint. The attribute has two parameters; the first one is the display name for the connection and the second one an ID for the connection. The ID is optional at this point, but it s required if the Web Part will have more than one connection consumer endpoint (and you ll soon add more). Finally, you add an internal method that checks whether the Web Part is connected. This method will be used to ensure that the Web Part doesn t use the connection if it s not set. If you deployed this project now, the provider and consumer can be connected, but because you haven t as yet added any code in the RSS Web Part that uses the connection, you won t see any results of the connection. To use the connection interface, you have to consider the order of events in a Web Part (see chapter 4). Figure 14.7 shows a part of the event flow of the Web Part when connections are involved.
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controls from scratch, especially when you consider the annotations we ll cover in the next section. Now that we ve seen how to edit data in the DataGrid and DataForm, we ll want to impose some parameters around how the data is displayed. We can do this in code, but it s typically more efficient to use data annotations.
for the upload. In contrast, a non-cached collection set will have a single job for both collection and upload. The names given to the SQL Server Agent jobs are based on their collection set number, as shown in figure 15.7. The jobs can be renamed in order to easily identify the correlation between a SQL Server Agent job and the collection set it s servicing. For example, the collection_set_2_collection/upload jobs can be renamed to Server Activity Collection and Server Activity Upload. Before changing the collection mode and/or collection and upload schedules, make sure you understand the performance impacts of doing so, particularly in a production environment with a large number of servers uploading to a central MDW database. The reporting benefits of scheduling frequent uploads need to be balanced against the performance impact on the MDW server that the data is being loaded to. Staggering the uploads can certainly help in reducing the load impact on the MDW database. In addition to the upload mode and schedule for each instance, another important consideration is the backup of the MDW database.
Active or hold animations Animations will operate on the base value for the dependency property, determined by evaluating the precedence for other inputs. In order for an animation to have any effect, it must be highest in precedence. Animations may operate on a single dependency property from multiple levels of precedence (for example, an animation defined in the control template and an animation defined locally). The value typically results from the composite of all animations, depending on the type being animated. Local value Local values are specified directly in the markup and are accessed via the CLR property wrappers for the dependency property. Because local values are higher in precedence than styles and templates, they re capable of overriding values such as the font style or foreground color defined in the default style for a control. Templated properties Used specifically for elements created within a control or data template, their value is taken from the template itself. Style setters These are values set in a style in your application via resources defined in or merged into the UserControl or application resource dictionaries. We ll explore styles in chapter 23. Default value This is the value provided or assigned when the dependency property was first created. If no default value was provided, normal CLR defaults typically apply.
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Within the Add method, a reference type is expected. So what happens when a value type is passed into this method Clearly, an explicit mechanism for treating value types as a reference type is required. This mechanism is called boxing. Boxing implicitly copies the data in a value type into an object instance allocated on the heap. For example:
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