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There is nothing complex here, just the definition of two new datatypes and a list of possible values. But how do we specify that the reference attribute of the <employee> element is to use either of these Here is where <xsd:union> comes into play. By using <xsd:union>, we are able to create a grouping whereby either values of current or previous can be included as the value of the reference attribute, as shown in the following example:
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A lot has been written about viral marketing and selling. This is where people, rather than paid time or space (advertisements), spread an infectious message. Prior to the Internet, this was done by word of mouth; now e-mail is used as well. Within our own time we all remember the avalanche of downloads Netscape received when it was first launched in 1995. Viral marketing suggests that by following a set of easy steps you can replicate these rare examples of feeding frenzy. In the real world, Harry Potter like conditions come together to hit a marketing sweet spot once in the proverbial blue moon. The launch of the IBM PC in 1981 and Stac Corporation s disk compression software just over a decade later were both runaway successes. Yet despite what many now assume, Microsoft Windows hammered away for eight years before it really took off. Don t kid yourself or be kidded. Core elements of viral selling techniques make some sense for startup operations as they help spread the word and the cost is low, but don t think by following this path you will be deluged by wealth. Do build up mailing list databases. Do encourage customers to recommend the product to friends and colleagues. Do try and invent clever ways to spread the word (without resorting to Spam). Unfortunately, there is no magic lamp. Even so, there s a great deal most firms can do to polish up their act.
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So far we have reviewed RDF, RDFS, DAML + OIL and OWL, which are ontology languages to build ontologies for the Semantic Web. The aim of the Semantic Web is to augment the unstructured Web content as structured information and to improve the ef ciency of Web information discovery and machine-readability. RDF lays the foundation for the conversion, in that structured information can be expressed with RDF-based metadata. Ontology languages such as RDFS, DAML + OIL and OWL can be used to construct metadata ontologies for a more expressive and structured information on the Web. Both DAML + OIL and OWL try to overcome the limitations of RDFS. However, they are based on RDFS and attempt to be compatible with it, to reuse the effort already invested into RDF and RDFS. Derived from DAML + OIL, OWL is an emerging standard ontology language for the Semantic Web.
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page, and edges represent links between pages. Nodes are color-coded by type: blue for HTML, purple for directories, green for images, and so on. Because URLs tend to be long, a briefer nickname is generated for each page. The UE has several options to simplify the graph: nodes of a given type, or those not on or near a userpath, can be suppressed. Also, if a graph is highly interconnected, the UE can specify that the site be pictured as a tree emanating from a selected root node. Once a satisfactory graph of the Web site has been obtained, the UE can select which userpaths to display. These paths are represented as spline curves, resting on the plane of the Web site graph [see Figure 10.11]. The time spent at each page is depicted as a dotted vertical line with its base at the appropriate node. Curvy vertical arrows into and out of the plane mark the beginning and end of each user path. Each user is assigned a unique color, so that several paths can be shown at once.
vulnerabilities are. With every new filtering or cryptographic service introduced by Cisco, additional parsing code for complex protocols needs to be added, and this introduces additional attack surface. The prime targets of the near future may be intrusion detection functionality, content filters, and redirectors as well as cryptographic tunnel termination on the router level. IOS has also suffered from logical bugs in traffic processing. These bugs usually correspond to either traffic filtering code to the effect that IP filtering rules are not applied or are incorrectly applied but may also touch on other areas of packet forwarding. These bugs don t need to be exploited in the typical code execution fashion but can be abused by crafting the right packets. They are interesting because a router forwarding packets differently than the operator thought it would can easily lead to direct access to systems that were considered unreachable for the attacker. This type of bug usually surfaces on the larger router classes. The reason for this is that the general design goal at Cisco is to offload as much packet processing to the hardware as possible. Firewall code, on the other hand, runs only on the main CPU. Therefore, the router must decide when traffic needs to be inspected by the main CPU, although it could be forwarded just in hardware. These decisions are not easily implemented when performance is your primary concern. A number of vulnerabilities in TCP connected versus not connected filter rules in the past have shown this. Every time Cisco comes out with a new hardware acceleration board, it s worth checking this higher level firewall functionality.
UPS is my carrier of choice. Sure, I ve heard the horror stories about how a package can arrive looking like a gorilla stepped on it, but you know what I pack my items really well, and we rarely have breakage. When we do have breakage, UPS is quick to pay a claim as long as the box was packed according to its requirements: As mentioned before, two inches of foam packing peanuts on all sides of your item, and your item should be double-boxed or wrapped in bubble wrap first.
Regulatory Requirements
XML is pervading all areas of the enterprise, from the IT department to the intranet, extranet, Web sites, and databases. The adoption of XML technology has moved well beyond early adopters into mainstream use and has become integrated with the majority of commercial products on the market, either as a primary or enabling technology. This section examines the current and future impact of XML in 10 specific areas: Data exchange and interoperability. XML has become the universal syntax for exchanging data between organizations. By agreeing on a standard schema, organization can produce these text documents that can be validated, transmitted, and parsed by any application regardless of hardware or operating system. The government has become a major adopter of XML and is moving all reporting requirements to XML. Companies report financial information via XML, and local governments report regulatory information. XML has been called the next Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) system, which formerly was extremely costly, was cumbersome, and used binary encoding. The reasons for widespread adoption in this area are the same reasons for XML success (listed earlier in this chapter). Easy data exchange is the enabling technology behind the next two areas: ebusiness and Enterprise Application Integration. Ebusiness. Business-to-business (B2B) transactions have been revolutionized through XML. B2B revolves around the exchange of business messages to conduct business transactions. There are dozens of commercial products supporting numerous business vocabularies developed by RosettaNet, OASIS, and other organizations. Case studies and success stories abound from top companies like Coca-Cola, IBM, Cardinal Health, and Fannie Mae. Web services and Web service registries are discussed in 4 and will increase this trend by making it even easier to deploy such solutions. IBM s Chief Information Officer, Phil Thompson, recently stated in an interview on CNET, We have $27 billion of e-commerce floating through our systems at an operating cost point that is giving us leverage for enhanced profitability.
Note that a correctly keyed card is not needed; we simply used one to design the attack. We eventually traced this back to RFC 1042.
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