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To back up a file or filegroup, list it after the database name. This technique can help organize backups. For example, for backup purposes, the OBX Kites sample database is designed to place static tables in one filegroup and active tables in the primary filegroup. Password: If the backup is being made to an unsecured tape, a password is highly recommended. This password is for the specific backup instance. The backup command has numerous additional options: Description: Identical to the Description field within Management Studio. ExpireDate: Identical to Management Studio; prevents the backup from being overwritten before the expiration date. RetainDays: The number of days, as an integer, before SQL Server will overwrite the backup. Stats = %: Tells SQL Server to report the progress of the backup in the percentage increment specified; the default increment is 10 percent. BlockSize: Sets the block size of the backup. For disk backups it s not needed; for tape drives it is probably not needed, but available to solve problems if required for compatibility. For disk backups, the default Windows block size is used automatically, which is typically 4096 bytes on a drive over 2GB in size. If a backup to disk will later be copied to a CD/RW, try a block size of 2048. MediaName: Specifies the name of the media volume. This option serves as a safety check: If the backup is being added to the media, the name must match. MediaDescription: Writes an optional media description. MediaPassword: Creates an optional media password that applies to the entire medium (disk file or tape). The first time the medium is created the password can be set. If the password is specified when the medium is created, it must be specified every subsequent time the backup medium is accessed to add another backup or to restore. Init/NoInit: Initializes the tape or disk file, thus overwriting all existing backup sets in the medium. SQL Server will prevent initialization if any of the backups in the medium have not expired or still have the number of retaining days. NoInit is the default. NoSkip/Skip: This option skips the backup-name and backup-date checking that normally prevents overwriting backups. Noskip is the default.
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In this case, the factory pattern helps us to decouple the business logic from the DAOs themselves, as presented in the previous example, and gives the client code a single point of reference when creating new data objects. The benefit is that if the data source logic changes, then that change occurs in one place instead of every DAO base class. This improves maintainability and further aligns the code with general object-oriented design principles. By organizing the creation of DAO classes into database-specific factories and using them as subfactories, greater encapsulation and cohesion is achieved. Additionally, it becomes easier to add databases by creating the appropriate subfactory and making the necessary changes in the main factory. The Address DAO code previously presented remains valid when using a factory. The factory consolidates the creation responsibilities into a single entity, as shown in the following code:
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The Centerline panel of the Loft PropertyManager is used to set up a centerline loft. You can use the centerline of a loft in roughly the same way that you use a sweep path. In fact, the Centerline loft resembles a sweep feature where you can specify the shape of some of the intermediate profiles. Centerline lofts can also create intermediate profiles. You may prefer to use a centerline loft instead of either a sweep or a regular loft because the profile may change in ways that the Sweep feature cannot handle, and the loft may need some guidance regarding the order of the profiles, or how to smooth the shape between the profiles. I cover sweep features in this chapter. If you are creating a centerline loft, you may want to examine the sweep functionality as well. You can use centerlines simultaneously with guide curves. While guide curves must touch the profile, there is no such requirement for a centerline; in fact, the centerline works best if it does not touch any of the profiles. The slider in the Centerline Parameters panel enables you to specify how many intermediate sections to create between sketched profiles.
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