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Let s now jump into some of the cool parts of this project. In this section, you ll jump in and get your feet wet with Core Data. You initially should have created your application with the Use Core Data for storage option, as depicted in Figure 7-5.
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Let s take a look a how to add simple documentation to the CocoaWGet program. Creating HTML documentation The first step is to create your documentation in HTML, making sure that it conforms to HTML 3.2. For this task, I use BBEdit, a text-based, non-WYSIWYG editor. Open the CocoaWGet folder and open the folder called CocoaWGet Help. This folder holds all help files for the program. There are different ways to structure your documentation, but let s keep it as simple as possible. Under this folder are two subfolders (graphics and html) and a single HTML file called cocoawgettitle.html:
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Shared schedules As its name suggests, a shared report schedule can be shared by reports and subscriptions that need to occur at the same time. Once the shared schedule is created, you can select its name from a drop-down list during the process of scheduling the activity, as we will show in section 7.1.4. You should use shared schedules whenever you can because of the following advantages they offer: Centralized maintenance Let s say the employees of the Sales department have subscribed to some monthly summary reports to be e-mailed to them on the first day of each month. To simplify the report maintenance, you decide to use a shared schedule to initiate the subscribed delivery. If the users later change their mind and request the reports to be delivered on the last day of the month, you need only update the shared schedule. Security Similar to a shared data source, a shared schedule is a securable item and can be managed by users who have rights to execute the Manage Shared Schedules task. You create or manage shared schedules using the Manage Shared Schedules link under the Other section of the Site Settings page. This will bring you to the Schedule page, as shown in figure 7.4. The SQL Server Agent service must be running to make changes to a schedule. For example, the screenshot in figure 7.4 shows that we have created a schedule that runs on a quarterly basis. To see all reports that depend on the shared schedule, click the Reports link. The RS Windows service (not to be confused with the RS Web service) (ReportingServicesService.exe) works with the SQL Server Agent to coordinate the running of scheduled tasks. Here is a simplified picture of what happens behind the scenes. When a schedule is created, the Report Server creates a SQL Server Agent job and schedules it to run when the event is due. When the time is up, the SQL Server Agent creates a record in the Event table in the Report Server database. The RS Windows service periodically polls this table for new events. The polling interval can be controlled by the PollingInterval setting in the RSReportServer.config configuration file. The default value is 10 seconds. In case there is a new event, the Windows service queries the report catalog to get a list of the scheduled tasks that are up. Then, it calls down to the Report Server (directly, not via the web fa ades) to execute the tasks. Finally, if the schedule is reoccurring, the Windows service creates a new SQL Server Agent job and schedules it to run according to the specified schedule interval. As a developer, you can programmatically log an event in the Report Server database by invoking the FireEvent SOAP API. This could be useful if you want to disregard the schedule and initiate the execution of a certain task explicitly. For example, as a report administrator, you may have set up the product catalog report to be e-mailed automatically to Internet customers on a monthly basis. However, you may also need to send the report immediately when a new product is entered into the sales database. MANAGING RS WITH THE REPORT MANAGER 221
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As an added bonus, we hope you will find some useful programming techniques that you can add to your programming arsenal, such as form inheritance, CodeDom code generation, dynamic control creation, caching, multithreading, and more. 10.3.1 Implementing the application framework As with any real-life application, it is always a good idea to spend some time up front and design a framework layer to take care of essential programming aspects, including storing and passing data among the application tiers and encapsulating common programming logic in a set of reusable classes. Let s see how the Report Wizard framework handles these programming tasks. Choosing the data entity The Report Wizard stores the report request details in an application-defined structure called ReportEntity that is located under the Entities folder in the AWReporterWin project. We use this entity for two purposes: to maintain state by capturing the user choices as the user navigates from one step to another and to encapsulate the report request details when submitting the request to the report fa ade in the case of reports generated on the server side of the application. As with any custom structure, we have several implementation options. You have probably used several of them in the past, including custom classes, arrays, XML, datasets, and so forth. We decided to use a typed dataset for the following reasons:
A common form of referencing a set of object is by range. To reference elements by range, you must know the reference to the first and last elements in the range, and you have to know that every element between (and including) these outer elements will be affected. For instance, the following script will close all but the front TextEdit documents: tell application "TextEdit" close (documents 2 thru -1) saving no end tell Or, the following will reference a range of records in a FileMaker Pro database: tell application "FileMaker Pro" records 12 thru 16 of database 1 end tell
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left-most box, then grab the table view s lower right resize handle, and drag it down until the table fills most of the available space down to the bottom of the window, with its right edge lined up with the right edge of the box above it. Figure 6 12 shows you the idea.
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