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Enterprises that have implemented Exchange 5.5 sometimes use X400 connectors instead of site connectors for linking remote sites together to establish messaging connectivity. One reason for doing this is that the X400 connector performs somewhat better under low available bandwidth conditions than the site connector, primarily because attachments for X400 messages are more efficiently coded than those for SMTP. Another reason is that the site connector cannot be scheduled for operation, whereas the X400 connector can. Further, the X400 MTA recovers more gracefully from disconnections resulting from network problems than other connectors do, but this is not a major reason for using this connector in Exchange 2000. When an Exchange 5.5 organization is migrated to Exchange 2000, site connectors become routing-group connectors and X400 connectors remain essentially as they are. Because routing-group connectors can be scheduled for operation in contrast to site connectors, there s not much reason to keep X400 connectors once you have completed the migration and they can usually be replaced with routing-group or SMTP connectors. The only possible reason for maintaining them is if bandwidth between routing groups is low; in that case, an SMTP connector will probably perform even better. Studies have indicated that the SMTP connector can perform more than 300% better than the X400 connector except in situations where available network bandwidth falls below 9.6 Kbp or the latency of WAN links is high. The real solution is to upgrade your WAN hardware and services to a faster, more reliable connection than to try to manage the situation by configuring X400 connectors! Installing and configuring X400 connectors is a complicated task. For a start, there are two different kinds of X400 connectors, depending on the underlying network transport:
psychosis sometimes appears and lasts for weeks after a single seizure, without any speci c EEG changes. In the large group with intractable seizures in early life, many of which are indiscriminately called febrile seizures, nearly half end up in the group identi ed as temporal lobe epilepsies. Huttenlocher and Hapke, in a follow-up study of 145 infants and children with intractable epilepsy, found that the majority had borderline or subnormal intelligence. This group stands in contrast to the group of otherwise normal adolescents with a rst seizure whose scholastic progress and social and emotional adjustment are little if at all affected. Juvenile myoclonic epilepsy also has its onset during this age period. As described earlier, it is identi ed by intermittent myoclonic jerks when the patient is tired or after the ingestion of alcohol. Seizures are usually grand mal but are infrequent. The EEG shows a characteristic polyspike pattern, and treatment with certain anticonvulsants is very successful at suppressing the seizures and myoclonus (see page 295). Finally, a rst generalized seizure may bring to attention an adolescent who is abusing alcohol or another drug. Usually it is dif cult from the clinical information alone to determine the type and quantity of the drug(s) and the setting in which the seizure occurred whether in relation to overdose or withdrawal. While steps must be taken to exclude an infection of the nervous system, vascular occlusion, or trauma, the more important issue is generally not the seizure but the addiction and its control. Regarding treatment, opinion is divided on whether treatment is required for the older child or adolescent who comes to medical attention because of a rst seizure. When a large number of such cases have been left untreated, such as in the series reported by Hesdorfer and colleagues, the risk of another seizure over 10 years was 13 percent unless the rst episode was status epilepticus, in which case the risk was 41 percent. Age, sex, and the circumstances of the seizure (withdrawal from drugs or alcohol, myoclonic episodes, family history, etc.) all gured into the risk. Seizures with Onset in Adult Life and Secondary to Medical Disease Several primary diseases of the brain often announce themselves by an acute convulsive state, particularly primary and metastatic brain tumors; these are discussed further on in the section on seizures of late adult life. Here we focus on generalized medical disorders as causes of single and repeated seizures. Withdrawal Seizures The possibility of abstinence seizures in patients who had chronically abused alcohol, barbiturates, or benzodiazepine sedative drugs must always be considered when seizures occur for the rst time in adult life (or even in adolescence). Suspicion of this mechanism is raised by the stigmata of alcohol abuse or a history of prolonged nervousness and depression requiring sedation. Also, sleep disturbance, tremulousness, disorientation, illusions, and hallucinations are often associated with the convulsive phase of the illness. Seizures in this setting may occur singly, but more often in a brief urry, the entire convulsive period lasting for several hours and rarely for a day or longer, during which time the patient may be unduly sensitive to photic stimulation. Alcohol and other drug-related seizures are discussed in more detail on pages 1008 and 1022. Infections An outburst of seizures is also a prominent feature of all varieties of bacterial meningitis, more so in children than in adults. Fever, headache, and stiff neck usually provide the clues to diagnosis, and lumbar puncture yields the salient data. Myoclonic jerking and seizures appear early in acute herpes simplex encephalitis and other forms of viral, treponemal, and parasitic
The status property holds the HTTP code that corresponds to the status of the data transfer. We want to see a value of 200, which means that the data transfer was OK. Here s how we make sure that the XMLHttpRequest object s status property holds a value of 200:
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