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-- Return orders grouped by date and product name SELECT o.OrderDate , p.Name as productName , sum(UnitPrice * OrderQty * (1.00-UnitPriceDiscount)) as revenue , count_big(*) as salesQty FROM Sales.SalesOrderDetail as od INNER JOIN Sales.SalesOrderHeader as o ON od.SalesOrderID = o.SalesOrderID INNER JOIN Production.Product as p ON od.ProductID = p.ProductID WHERE o.OrderDate between '1 July 2001' and '31 July 2001' GROUP BY o.OrderDate, p.Name ORDER BY o.OrderDate, p.Name
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Table 5.4 Property ExecutionTime PageNumber ReportFolder ReportName The Globals collection, which includes some common report properties .NET data type DateTime Int32 String String Purpose The date and time when the Report Server started processing the report The current page number The full path to the report, e.g., /AWReporter (excluding the ReportServerURL) The report name, e.g., Territory Sales continued on next page
of types is contained in an assembly, clearly the set of assemblies that are loaded determines the complete set of types available to us. PowerShell loads most of the assemblies we need for day-to-day work by default when it starts, but sometimes (like when we want to do GUI programming) we ll have to load additional assemblies. In other words, we tell PowerShell the well-known name or path to an assembly and PowerShell inserts the assembly code into its environment. We ll cover how to do this in detail in the next section. 11.1.2 Working with assemblies As we mentioned, the physical partitioning of the .NET framework is based on the assembly. Assemblies are a refinement of the dynamic link library (DLL) facility that has been part of Microsoft Windows from the beginning. (In UNIX, the equivalent concept is called shared libraries.) Let s review the benefits and liabilities of dynamic linking. The DLL mechanism allows a program to dynamically load code at runtime. The traditional purpose of this feature was simply to cut down on the size of programs instead of statically linking a library to an executable; all executables could share one copy of that code. This makes the executables smaller and also allows them to be serviced. By serviced, we mean that a bug in the DLL could be fixed for all programs that used that DLL by simply replacing one file. But all is not sweetness and light, as they say. Just as you could fix all users of a DLL, you could just as easily break them all. A fix that may be intended to fix a specific executable could unintentionally cause another executable to fail. Another problem is versioning. How can you change things over time If you add new things to a DLL, you may break existing programs. And so you introduce a new version of the DLL. But now the developer has to decide which version of the DLL to use. Should they use the latest version What if it isn t on all machines yet And what if someone installs a malicious copy of the DLL to introduce a virus With .NET, Microsoft tried to solve some of these problems. An assembly is a DLL with additional data in the form of a manifest. This manifest lists the contents of the DLL as well as the name of the DLL. Assembly names are particularly interesting. .NET introduced the idea of a strong name. A strong name uses public key cryptography to verify the author of the DLL. When a .NET program is linked against a strongnamed assembly, it will run only if exactly the same assembly it was linked against is present. Simply replacing the file won t work, because the strong name will be wrong. Included in the strong name is the version number. This means that when the DLL is loaded, the correct version will always be loaded even if later versions are available. Loading and exploring assemblies All that stuff we just talked about Well, forget it. Linking and strong naming only apply to compiled .NET programs and PowerShell is an interpreter.
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