Using Static Constructors in visual

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Figure 10-4. Correct display when using the WPF data binding model
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The .NET Framework supports all the mechanisms just discussed, so you can choose to create your objects as local, anchored, or mobile, depending on the requirements of your design. As you might guess, there are good reasons for each approach. WPF, Windows Forms, and ASP.NET objects are all local they re inaccessible from outside the processes in which they were created. The assumption is that other applications shouldn t be allowed to just reach into your program and manipulate your interface objects. Anchored objects are important because they will always run on a specific machine. If you write an object that interacts with a database, you ll want to ensure that the object will always run on a machine that has access to the database. Because of this, anchored objects are typically used on application servers. Many business objects, on the other hand, will be more useful if they can move from the application server to a client or web server, as needed. By creating business objects as mobile objects, you can pass smart data from machine to machine, thereby reusing your business logic anywhere the business data is sent. Typically, anchored and mobile objects are used in concert. Later in the book, I ll show how to use an anchored object on the application server to ensure that specific methods are run on that server. Then mobile objects will be passed as parameters to those methods, which will cause those mobile objects to move from the client to the server. Some of the anchored server-side methods will return mobile objects as results, in which case the mobile object will move from the server back to the client.
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Provides support classes for working with SOAP request and response messages, including the important SoapContext class. Provides support for the WS-Addressing specification, which enables the SOAP message to contain its own addressing, destination, and routing information. Provides support for the WS-Attachments specification, and provides general support classes for DIME attachments (which also have a dedicated namespace). Provides support for processing the WSE configuration settings. Provides support functions to manage the installation of WSE. Provides tracing support to log diagnostic information on a SOAP message before and after processing by the WSE filters. Provides classes for attaching and referencing attachments based on the DIME specification. Provides support for WS-Messaging, which enables you to process SOAP messages for transport with the HTTP or TCP protocols. The classes support SOAP formatting and serialization. Provides support for working with configuration elements that relate to the WS-Messaging specification. Provides classes for processing policy expression files. Provides support for WS-Referral, which enables the routing of SOAP messages across multiple endpoints. Provides support for WS-Security, including attaching security elements to SOAP messages and processing them. Provides support for working with configuration elements that relate to the WS-Security and WS-Secure Conversation specifications. Provides support functions for processing cryptographic operations. Provides support for the WS-Security Policy specification, which supports security-specific policy assertions. Indicates specialized classes for working with security tokens. Indicates specialized classes for working with security tokens that are associated with Kerberos tickets.
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// create an array of Tasks Task[] taskArray = new Task[10]; // create and start a series of Tasks that will share the counter for (int i = 0; i < taskArray.Length; i++) { taskArray[i] = Task.Factory.StartNew(() => { // enter a loop and increment the counter for (int j = 0; j < 1000; j++) { lock (myLock) { // increment the shared counter counter++; } } }); } // wait for all of the Tasks to complete Task.WaitAll(taskArray); // print out the value of the shared counter Console.WriteLine("Counter value: {0}", counter); // wait for input before exiting Console.WriteLine("Press enter to finish"); Console.ReadLine(); } } Critical regions are created using the lock keyword, as illustrated by Figure 24-6.
ID of the UpdatePanel control that the UpdateProgress control displays the status for. The value in milliseconds before the UpdateProgress control is displayed. A value that determines whether the progress template is rendered dynamically. If set to false, it will take up the required space at all times even if the progress content is not displayed.
Some existing WF3 activites have now been dropped. The suggested replacements are listed below: IfElse becomes If or Switch. Listen becomes Pick. Replicator becomes ForEach or ParallelForEach. CodeActivity is gone and you should use activity customization as described above.
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