Testing a Workgroup User Account in C#.net

Integration QR in C#.net Testing a Workgroup User Account

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8: Managing the Data
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Table 6-1 Coding of the CID Field
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In Summary
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Part II:
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Appendix A: Windows XP Service Pack 1
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LETTER 8-7: BROADCAST SALES
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The ADO.NET classes are found in System.Data.dll and are integrated with the XML classes found in System.Xml.dll. When compiling code that uses the System.Data namespace, reference both System.Data.dll and System.Xml.dll. I ve presented the long and formal definition of ADO.NET because it contains elements you ll learn about while working with the CarTracker application. I also chose it because I want you to refer to it whenever you re working with ADO.NET. Here is a less formal definition that I think summarizes what ADO.NET is all about: ADO.NET is the .NET Framework way of accessing and programmatically manipulating databases. With ADO.NET you can also manipulate other sources of data such as XML. With ADO.NET 2.0 came new ways of accessing data from different sources. In Visual C# 2008 Express Edition, you are limited to the following data sources: databases (SQL Server Express and Microsoft Access databases), Web services, and custom objects. It is much easier (that is, there is less code) to manipulate data in ADO.NET 2.0, especially when using all the tools included in Visual Studio 2008. Many new wizards and other tools make the experience of working with databases a pleasant one. Visual Studio 2008 covers numerous common scenarios with its tools and wizards, but it s also very powerful when used programmatically without using the visual tools. You will learn the basics in this book, but nothing is preventing you from learning more about data binding and ADO.NET and from unleashing powerful applications. With LINQ you can create queries within your Visual C# code and query and update all kinds of data (arrays, lists, XML, Web services, SQL databases) easily. Here s a formal definition of LINQ, and then let s jump into the code: Language-Integrated Query (LINQ) adds query capabilities to Visual C# and provides simple and powerful capabilities when you work with all kinds of data. Rather than sending a query to a database to be processed, or working with different query syntax for each type of data that you are searching, LINQ introduces queries as part of the Visual C# language. It uses a unified syntax regardless of the type of data. LINQ enables you to query data from a SQL Server database, XML, in-memory arrays and collections, ADO.NET datasets, or any other remote or local data source that supports LINQ. You can do all this with common Visual C# language elements. Because your queries are written in the Visual C# language, your query results are returned as strongly typed objects. These objects support IntelliSense, which enables you to write code faster and catch errors in your queries at compile time instead of at run time. LINQ queries can be used as the source
Appendix F:
To demonstrate some of what I ve described so far in the chapter, I decided to create an activity many of us writing business process software will (hopefully) find useful an FTP activity. This activity, FtpGetFileActivity, retrieves files from a remote FTP server using the built-in .NET Web-based FTP classes. It is possible to use those same classes for writing files to remote FTP resources, but I leave that activity for you to create as an exercise. Note I ll work under the assumption that you have a known (and correctly configured) FTP site to work with. For the purposes of discussion here, I ll use the well-known Internet Protocol (IP) address 127.0.0.1 as the server s IP address. (Of course, this represents localhost.) Feel free to replace this IP address with any valid FTP server address or host name you prefer. It is beyond the scope of this chapter to address FTP security issues and server configuration. If you are using Internet Information Server (IIS) and need more information regarding FTP configuration, see http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/6ws081sa.aspx for assistance. To host the FTP activity, I created a sample application I called FileGrabber. (Its user interface is shown in Figure 13-1.) With it, you can provide an FTP user account and password as well as the FTP resource you want to retrieve. The resource I ll be downloading is an image file of the Saturn V rocket moving into position for launch, and I ve provided the image on the book s CD for you to place on your FTP server as well. Assuming your FTP server was your local machine, the URL for the image is ftp://127.0.0.1/SaturnV.jpg. If you don t use my image file, you ll need to modify the file in the URL to match whatever file you have available on your local server, or use any valid URL from which you can download files.
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3. If you have multiple operating systems on the machine, from the Default Operating System list box, select the operating system you want to have boot by default. 4. If you want to boot the default operating system automatically, without waiting, clear the Time To Display List Of Operating Systems check box. Otherwise, specify how long you want to display a list of options in the box provided. 5. If you want recovery options automatically displayed in the event of problems, select the Time To Display Recovery Options When Needed check box, and set the time for it. 6. Select the Write An Event To The System Log check box, if available, to record an entry in the event log when the system experiences a crash. 7. Select the Send An Administrative Alert check box to send an alert to administrators over the network when the system crashes. 8. Select the Automatically Restart option to instruct Windows Small Business Server to reboot the system in the event of a crash. Otherwise the system remains at a blue screen until an administrator manually reboots it. 9. From the Write Debugging Information list box, select how much debugging information you want to record. Note that if you have a
By default, all views will use the master layout defined in the application configuration file. However, customers often request a different look and feel for an application s administrative views, either for aesthetic purposes or to visually highlight to users that they ve moved to a different section of the application. It s not particularly difficult to do this with a Zend Framework application: Simply create a new layout for administrative views, and then switch to it as needed within individual actions. Here s an example:
By the way, more than one event is being triggered by pressing the Enter key, but the one you ll trap is the KeyUp event.
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