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To perform a global address list search: a. b. Tap the Groups button in the upper right corner. See Figure 4 1. Tap the second button under the Google/Exchange contacts group that is the Global Address List search button. If your email address is long, then you will see only your email address on this button; however, if you have a short email address or have provided a short descriptive name, then you will see something like MSL Global Address List, as shown in Figure 4 1.
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Probably the most useful scenario based on tracking deprecated features is to collect data and save it on a data store, and then build a report over the data store and optionally include the report in SQL Server Management Studio. The frequency of collection, the synchronous or asynchronous mode of collection, and the data store used are a matter of choice (personally I prefer using Extended Events). Some of the possible tracking methods follow: Performance Monitor Can be used to display graphically the values of counters for the SQLServer:Deprecated Features performance object. The sys.dm_os_performance_counters Dynamic Management View Based on the same SQLServer:Deprecated Features performance object, it allows taking snapshots for the current values of the counters. The performance logs and alerts Use the same object as for Performance Monitor; the difference is that the values can be tracked over time. SQL Profiler and SQL Trace This method is based on the Deprecation Announcement and the Deprecation Final Support event classes.
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Creating a Project.................................................................................................... 56 Getting Started ........................................................................................................ 58 Designing the Application...................................................................................... 59 Designing the User Interface ............................................................................. 61 Adding a Controller ............................................................................................ 64 Making a Binding ................................................................................................ 65 KVC .................................................................................................................. 66 KVO .................................................................................................................. 67 Controllers ....................................................................................................... 67 Bindings ........................................................................................................... 67 Adding an Array Controller ................................................................................ 67 Getting Down to Business ...................................................................................... 68 Debugging Your Application.................................................................................. 72 Creating Sandbox Applications ............................................................................. 73 Summary ................................................................................................................. 74 5: Exploring Protocols and Categories ...................................................... 75 Protocols .................................................................................................................. 75 Informal Protocol .................................................................................................... 77 Combining Formal and Informal Protocols ......................................................... 78 Categories ................................................................................................................ 79 Using Categories for Organization .................................................................... 81 Hiding Methods .................................................................................................. 81 Augmenting Foreign Classes.............................................................................. 82 Extensions ........................................................................................................... 84 Summary ................................................................................................................. 85 6: Sending Messages .................................................................................. 87 Compiling Messages ............................................................................................... 88 Undeclared Methods .......................................................................................... 88 Ambiguous Methods .......................................................................................... 89 Coercion .............................................................................................................. 90 Sending Messages Programmatically.................................................................... 90 Immediate Messages .......................................................................................... 91 Deferred Messages .............................................................................................. 92 Object-Oriented Method Invocation .................................................................... 94 Calling Methods Directly........................................................................................ 96
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