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Run a background process by using the BackgroundWorker component. Announce the completion of a background process by using the BackgroundWorker component. Cancel a background process by using the BackgroundWorker component. Report the progress of a background process by using the BackgroundWorker component. Request the status of a background process by using the BackgroundWorker component.
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1. The DBA team is responsible for implementing schema changes to the preproduction database. The DBA team is also responsible for migrating tested and approved schema changes to the production database. 2. The DBA team holds meetings with the developers to discuss requirements and application specifications. When all parties agree the schema design, the DBA team creates documentation that describes the proposed schema changes. The developers then generate official documentation requesting the schema changes. 3. The developers are responsible for checking and verifying the changes. Until and unless the DBA team receives this verification, either by e-mail or a signed document, schema changes are considered to be temporary. 4. When developers want schema changes propagated to the production database, they need to send a communication to the DBA team by means of a signed form or an e-mail requesting the change. Only approved and tested schema changes can be propagated to the production database. 5. All requests and verifications at every stage of the project need to be recorded, either by means of signed documentation or e-mail. You are responsible for ensuring a paper trail exists that documents every stage of the process.
For example, the following portion of a console application checks three separate members of the WindowsBuiltInRole class and displays whether the current local user is a member:
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Correct Answers: C A. Incorrect: Although it is possible that the Web site is having problems, it is not the most likely cause of the behavior described in the question. Because parts of the pages are rendered correctly, and links to other pages function, the Web server is probably working. The issues might be caused by a failing database server or application server that is supposed to feed data to the Web server, but you do not have enough information to determine whether this is the case. B. Incorrect: ActiveX, Java, and other Web-based applets are designed to be downloaded by visitors to the Web site as they go along, not to be repackaged and deployed via installation routines. Resolving the problem in this manner would add a great deal of overhead to the vendor s Web management team and force you to spend time manually installing its software. C. Correct: This is an easy way around the problem. By default, sites in the Internet zone do not allow unsigned ActiveX controls. This restrictive setting can cause problems for some downloadable ActiveX controls. The default setting for Trusted sites is Low Safety, which should allow any thoroughly debugged Java applet to run correctly. Be careful when adding URLs to your list of Trusted Sites because malicious or poorly written programs might be downloaded and run by Internet Explorer without your knowledge. This could lead to lost or compromised data or even a damaged installation of Windows XP Professional. However, there is little risk when adding sites with content you trust to our list of Trusted Sites. D. Incorrect: It is unlikely that the vendor will want to maintain two different versions of its Web site simultaneously; therefore, this approach is not feasible.
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If you are configuring SQL Server 2005 to back up to disk, ensure that it is not the same disk that transaction logs, database files, or program files are installed on. If you store backups on the same disk as the database files and the disk fails, you will lose both your database files and the backups of those database files!
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ALTER TABLE Employees ADD UCSurname AS UPPER(Surname)
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Overview As a network professional in an enterprise environment, you have probably configured a reference computer, created an image, and used a distribution server to apply that image to your client computers. You should be familiar with the Sysprep tool and how you can remove hardware-specific information from an image. This chapter looks at recent developments and enhancements to the various tools you use in configuring system images (disk image files that include an operating system) and in particular the use of file-based Windows Image (WIM) images and the ImageX tool. In previous Microsoft operating systems, the use of virtual hard disks (VHDs) containing system images was limited to virtualization and the facility was used with Hyper-V, Microsoft Virtual Server, and Microsoft Virtual PC software when implementing virtual machines. In Windows 7, this has been extended and you can create and use VHDs on hardware PCs that are not virtual machines. In Windows 7 Enterprise and Ultimate editions, you can boot from VHD, back up an entire system disk to VHD, and install a system image to VHD. This new operating system feature enables you to recover quickly from a catastrophic system disk failure and provides failover protection without needing to implement disk array systems. This chapter looks at how you capture a system image and prepare it for distribution to other computers. It also looks at how to configure a VHD to hold a system image and how to enable a computer running Windows 7 Enterprise or Ultimate to boot from a VHD containing a system image. The chapter covers the various tools and methods you use to prepare system images for capture and to manage VHD files. EXAM TIP The use of native VHDs on non-virtual computers is a new feature in Windows 7 and is likely to be tested in the 70-680 examination.
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