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Project managers sometimes focus on resource costs as a means of measuring progress and variance within a project. However, resource cost information also serves other people and other needs. For many organizations, resource costs are the primary or even the only costs incurred while completing projects, so closely watching resource costs might directly relate to the financial health of an organization. It might not be a project manager, but instead an executive, cost accountant, or resource manager who is most interested in resource costs on projects as they relate to organizational costs. Another common reason to track resource costs is for billing either within an organization (for example, billing another department for services your department has provided) or externally. In either case, the resource cost information stored in project plans can serve as the basis for billing out your department s or organization s services to others. Expenses in the new book project are for the most part derived from the costs of resource assignments. You ve already seen the task costs, so next you ll focus on resource cost variance. In this exercise, you use different views, tables, and sorting to see resource cost variance.
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through an ADO.NET Connection object. (The DataContext class actually creates an ADO.NET connection behind the scenes.) The generic GetTable<TEntity> method of the DataContext class expects an entity class as its TEntity type parameter. This method constructs an enumerable collection based on this type and returns the collection as a Table<TEntity> type. You can perform DLINQ queries over this collection. The query shown in this example simply retrieves every object from the Products table. Note If you need to recap your knowledge of LINQ query expressions, turn back to 20. The foreach statement iterates through the results of this query and displays the details of each product. The following image shows the results of running this code. (The prices shown are per case, not per individual item.)
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The number of rows tells me how many VLFs are in my database. The FileID column indicates which of the log s physical les contains the VLF; for my AdventureWorks2008 database, there is only one physical log le. FileSize and StartOffset are indicated in bytes, so you can see that the rst VLF starts after 8192 bytes, which is the number of bytes in a page. The rst physical page of a log le contains header information, not log records, so the VLF is considered to start on the second page. The FileSize column is actually redundant for most rows because the size value can be computed by subtracting the StartOffset values for two successive VLFs. The rows are listed in physical order, but that is not always the order in which the VLFs have been used. The use order (logical order) is re ected in the column called FSeqNo (which stands for File Sequence Number). In the output shown previously, you can see that the rows are listed in physical order according to the StartOffset, but the logical order does not match. The FSeqNo values indicate that the seventh VLF is actually the rst one in use (logical) order; the last one in use order is the fth VLF in physical order. The Status column indicates whether the VLF is reusable. A status of 2 means that it is either active or recoverable; a status of 0 indicates that it is reusable or completely unused. (A completely unused VLF has a FSeqNo value of 0, as in the eighth row of my output.) As I mentioned previously, truncating or backing up the transaction log changes recoverable VLFs into reusable VLFs, so a status of 2 changes to a status of 0 for all VLFs that don t include active log records. In fact, that s one way to tell which VLFs are active: the VLFs that still have a status of 2 after a log backup or truncation must contain records from active transactions. VLFs with a status of 0 can be reused for new log records, and the log does not need to grow to keep track of the activity in the database. On the other hand, if all the VLFs in the log have a status of 2, SQL Server needs to add new VLFs to the log to record new transaction activity. One last column shown in the DBCC LOG output shown previously is called CreateLSN. That column contains an LSN value; in fact, it is the current LSN at the time the VLF was added to the transaction log. If the CreateLSN value is 0, it means the VLF was part of the original log le created when the database was created. You can also tell how many VLFs were added in any one operation by noticing which VLFs have the same value for CreateLSN. In my output, the CreateLSN values indicate that my log le only grew once, and four new VLFs were added at the same time.
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Planned work is approximately equal to the working capacity of the team.
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Upgrading to Windows Server 2003 Thus, to simplify upgrade operations, unless you have a specific issue that precludes upgrading to Service Pack 3, it is recommended that you apply it (or a later service pack) to all domain controllers that run Windows 2000 in the forest.
Keep in mind that every company has its own internal politics, which can introduce quirks into many projects and processes, even those in the IT department.
Disk Reads/sec The read IOPS (I/Os Per Second) for the disk drive or drives Disk Transfers/sec The total (read plus write) IOPS for each disk drive Disk Writes/sec The write IOPS for each disk drive Avg. Disk sec/Read The disk read latency, or average time for a read operation, (in seconds); this counter and the next counter are probably the most important I/O counters Avg. Disk sec/Write The disk write latency, or average time for a write operation, in seconds
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The default symmetrical algorithm, as defined at the machine level Dim encr As SymmetricAlgorithm = SymmetricAlgorithm.Create() The default implementation of a symmetrical algorithm (Rijndael in this case) Dim encr2 As Rijndael = Rijndael.Create() A specific implementation of a symmetrical algorithm (TripleDES in this case) Dim encr3 As New TripleDESCryptoServiceProvider
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