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AMO is the .NET library that you can use in your Microsoft Visual Basic .NET or Microsoft C# .NET applications. You can use AMO to create any database object, apply security, or process objects. When you are building a solution, you could start building objects by using the designers in Visual Studio, fine-tune the definitions of these objects by modifying the ASSL directly in the object files, and then you can finalize the design, deploy, and process the database by using AMO. Of course, you could build an application with AMO that does nothing but process databases. The code to create database objects in AMO is very similar to ASSL. This similarity is very useful for learning how to use properties in AMO. You can build an example dimension in Visual Studio, and then reference the dim file as you learn to build the same dimension using AMO. For more information about AMO, refer to the topic AMO Managed Programming Reference Documentation in SQL Server Books Online.
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Managing Windows Server 2003 File Systems The important thing to know about clusters is that they are the smallest unit in which disk space is allocated. Each cluster can hold one file at most. So, if you create a 1-kilobyte (KB) file and the cluster size is 4 KB, there will be 3 KB of empty space in the cluster that isn t available to other files. That s just the way it is. If a single cluster isn t big enough to hold an entire file, then the remaining file data will go into the next available cluster and the next until the file is completely stored. For FAT, for example, the first cluster used by the file has a pointer to the second cluster, and the second cluster has a pointer to the next, and so on until you get to the final cluster used by the file, which has an End Of File (EOF) marker. While the disk I/O subsystem manages the physical structure of disks, Windows Server 2003 manages the logical disk structure at the file system level. The logical structure of a disk relates to the basic or dynamic volumes you create on a disk and the file systems with which those volumes are formatted. You can format both basic volumes and dynamic volumes using FAT or NTFS. As discussed in the next section, each file system type has a different structure, and there are advantages and disadvantages of each as well.
1. The registration method. RemotingConfiguration.RegisterWellKnownClientType(GetType(Calculator), url) Dim calc As New Calculator 2. The publishing method (no registration is necessary). Dim calc As Calculator = DirectCast(RemotingServices.Connect( _ GetType(Calculator), url), Calculator)
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Most of the requests that hit Internet Information Services (IIS) are forwarded to a particular run-time module for actual processing. The only exception to this model is made for static resources (for example, images) that IIS can quickly serve on its own. A module that can handle Web resources within IIS is known as an ISAPI extension and can be made of managed or unmanaged code. The worker process that serves the Web application in charge of the request loads the pinpointed module and commands it through a contracted programming interface. For example, old-fashioned ASP pages are processed by an ISAPI extension named asp.dll whereas files with an .aspx extension classic Web Forms pages are assigned to an ISAPI extension named aspnet_isapi.dll, as shown in Figure 5-1. Extension-less requests like those managed by an ASP.NET MVC application are intercepted at the gate and redirected to completely distinct runtime machinery. (At least this is what happens under IIS 7 in integrated mode. In older configurations, you still need to register a specific extension for the requests to be correctly handled by IIS.)
Storage Management and file system type as the simple volume you are mirroring. It then copies the data from the simple volume to the new volume using a process called resynching. To add a mirror to an existing volume, start Disk Management. In Graphical View, right-click the simple volume you want to mirror, and then select Add Mirror. This displays the Add Mirror dialog box. Use the Disks list to select a location for the mirror, and then click Add Mirror. Windows Server 2003 begins the mirror creation process, and you ll see a status of Resynching on both volumes. When the resynching is complete, you have two identical copies of the original volume. Although both volumes show the same drive letter in Disk Management, the separation of volumes is transparent to users. Users see the mirror set as a single volume.
1 Acquire the user state information (by using Scanstate.exe). 2 Deploy the new operating system. 3 Load the new operating system with the user state information (by using Loadstate.exe).
51. The Properties window follows. Note that property descriptions are displayed at the bottom of the Properties window, and that the Card properties are shown together in the Game category of the Properties window. Also note that the Text property isn t in the Properties window.
Alternatively, you can use the following code from global.asax:
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