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Listing 12.7 The query expression pattern
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Note: Recall that a menu separator is added by creating a MenuItem with the Text property set to a single dash - . 3 Define a new Edit menu between the existing File and View menus.
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The variable it describes the object currently targeted by a tell block. In Script 8-14, the value of it is document 1 of Script Editor: Script 8-14. tell application "Script Editor" tell document 1 display dialog (text of it) end tell end tell The value of me is always the current script. You can use me in the Standard Additions path to command to get the path to the script s file or applet, although this doesn t work in all applications: path to me You can use me within an application s tell block to direct handler calls to the script itself instead of the targeted application. For example, the following script will raise the error Can t continue do_this_thing when it attempts to call the do_this_thing handler from within the tell application block:
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Defining nonqueried lookup parameter values So far, so good. But what if we want to restrict the user to select a year from a predefined list of years For example, it doesn t make sense to allow the user to type 2005 if there are no sales orders placed in that year. To accomplish this, we can define parameter available (lookup) values. In the Report Parameter dialog box, make sure that the Non-queried radio button is selected in the Available values radio group. Then, type the allowed years in the grid, as shown in figure 3.21. Let s also default the Year parameter to 2004 by entering this value as a Non-queried default value. Preview the report again using the Preview tab and note that the report is generated for the default year of 2004 and the Select Year field is now a drop-down list from which the user can pick one of the available values. With RS you are not restricted to static available values. You can make the list datadriven by basing it on a query or expression. If it is based on a query, you can specify which dataset column will be used for the default value. If the query results in more than one row, the first one is used. Next, let s see how to implement a data-driven lookup list based on a dataset retrieved from a stored procedure call. 3.4.4 Working with stored procedures To demonstrate query-driven lookups, let s pretend that users have requested the ability to filter out the product sales by territory by choosing the sales territory from a lookup list. To make the list data-driven, we will create a second dataset that will be
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You should measure performance, like availability, as experienced by the end user, for each specific business process important for an application. You can measure the performance for each individual transaction but track aggregates over a given time interval to understand the overall performance of the system. Typically, you measure the average of the performance at a specific percentile level such as 95th or 99th percentile over a period of time to develop a baseline expectation for the delivered performance. The availability and performance of applications in a cloud environment are due to three primary factors. The first factor involves the performance and reliability of the underlying hardware and software offered by the cloud vendor. The robustness of the infrastructure depends on how redundant and well provisioned the cloud vendor s data centers are. As you saw in the previous chapters, cloud infrastructures are built with huge numbers of commodity servers and are designed with the expectation that the individual components in the system might fail. If a particular server running several instances in a cloud goes down, it doesn t impact the overall advertised availability of the cloud. But if the particular instance that goes down is the one supporting your application, the failure is indeed a problem for you. The best way to deal with this sort of occurrence is to plan for it. You can adopt two possible strategies:
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I have been looking forward to writing this chapter on MapKit since the time I first conceived this book. This is the last chapter, and our journey together is almost over. It is fitting that we finish with a bang, and I am confident that this subject will not disappoint you. During the course of this chapter, you will see that some of the coolest and most successful apps are based upon what we call the MapKit framework. The biggest reason I saved the best for last is that this topic requires as much foundation as possible in order to not overwhelm the student. Teaching this course to a lecture hall full of eager, and mostly novice, programmers, I have learned the hard way that when I succumbed to the students enthusiasm and tried to teach MapKit midway through the semester, I led the entire class into a brick wall. Even though MapKit provides us the means to write powerful and vivid apps, it also demands that we be quite aware of what methods, classes, and frameworks are. Originally, the scope of this book didn t include covering all of those concepts, but there was no way I could leave out MapKit! So, before we begin, we need to sit back and look at a few things. MapKit, as a toolbox, is a very challenging set of utilities and devices, but I will show you some basics and teach you how to use them to successfully and creatively navigate the example in this chapter. We will first talk about frameworks and classes. Next, we will see what MapKit can already do without your having to program anything. Then we will jump in at the deep end to see what other programmers have done using MapKit, and glean what we can from them. After honing your understanding of methods, and once you have acquired a decent grasp of frameworks, classes, and other Apple goodies contained in MapKit, we ll tackle gently the exercise. In the latter half of the chapter, I will serve you an extended dessert in the Digging My Students MapKit Code section. Rather than finishing with an eclectic mix of technical references, I will instead present three of my students efforts in MapKit-related projects. I am hopeful that when you see what these representative students were able to accomplish, shortly after they passed my class, you will feel even more inspired to set your course for the next challenge.
Similar to VoiceOver, Zoom uses the three fingered gestures. Make sure to take note of them before you leave the screen.
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The LoginID parameter is defined as dataset specific, as shown in figure 9.14. As we discussed in chapter 5, the User.UserID property returns the Windows login ID if the default Windows-based authentication is used. Therefore, after the lookup dataset is filtered, the user will see his name only in the Employee parameter drop-down list. In fact, in this scenario, you can go one step further and take out the Employee parameter entirely.
Depending on what has changed in your solution and the service level of your application, you can choose either approach. Retracting and redeploying a solution means that you completely remove the solution and its assemblies, Features, and files and once again apply them. SharePoint doesn t remove any information from the content databases so it s most often safe to use this method. On the other hand, because it removes files and Features, this method affects the state of the farm in a more serious manner than just upgrading the solution. You might also have to execute your Feature receivers once again, which could cause problems. Upgrading a solution is normally the quicker approach and it works as long as you haven t added any new Features to the solution (if that s the case, you need to retract and redeploy). You upgrade a solution using the PowerShell Update-SPSolution command. It s similar to the Install-SPSolution cmdlet but requires that you specify the solution file to upgrade with:
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