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Figure 18-19: Adding a configuration file to your project Note Configuration files are valid (strict) XML. Make sure you carefully follow XML formatting rules, which includes valid tag nesting. You must be very careful about text case you can't substitute upperor lowercase letters. In order to provide a TraceSwitch, you can add the following section to your configuration file: <system.diagnostics> <trace autoflush="true" indentsize="7" /> <switches> <add name="HellowWorldTrace" value="2" /> </switches> </system.diagnostics> Every switch needs a name, and I'm calling this one "HelloWorldTrace". The value corresponds to the trace level. The TraceSwitch supports the following levels: 0 Off 1 Error 2 Warning 3 Info 4 Verbose In order to use a switch from your code, you need to create a new instance of that switch, for example: Private Shared ts As TraceSwitch = New _ TraceSwitch("HellowWorldTrace", _
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If you still need to create a local pattern, it is best to use a reference that is not dependent on part geometry. Remember that when part geometry is used for this purpose, the parts must be solved first (sketches and features rebuilt), then the mates must be solved (to position the parts), then any in-context references must be solved (which may change the part geometry), and then any assembly features or component patterns must be solved. As a result, it is best practice to use as pattern direction references assembly sketches that do not reference anything else. The assembly sketches should sit at the top of the assembly FeatureManager to ensure that they are not picking up references from the history-based features in the design tree (mated components, patterns, assembly features, and so on). When a local pattern really requires a reference from a part, you have no alternative. However, if you can avoid this by using a sketch assembly skeleton to which the parts are mated and also used for the pattern references, then you should do so. At all costs, you should avoid using in-context features, assembly reference geometry that is dependent on part geometry, and assembly features for the local pattern reference. Figure 15.1 shows a sample organization of one way that you can set up an assembly to properly control local component patterns. The lines shown can be created in either two 2D sketches or a single 3D sketch. The lines are dimensioned from planes, which allows them to be angled for patterns that are not square to the coordinate system of the assembly, but still lie on its main planes. In most situations the rebuild time penalty of using model geometry to establish pattern direction is fairly slight. The sketch method is probably most justifiable in large, complex assemblies, or in assemblies requiring long rebuild times. Figure 15.1 also shows the PropertyManager interface for the local pattern. Notice where the pattern is placed in the FeatureManager. You can reorder the pattern feature in the design tree, but you cannot move it above the mates. Interestingly, you can move the sketches after the pattern, even though the pattern is dependent on one of the sketches. Obviously, SolidWorks is working with the order behind the scenes in such a way that the user cannot make mistakes.
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The Messaging app supports very little in the way of configurable options. Via the Messaging Settings interface (Figure 14-14), which you can access via the More menu from within the application or through the normal phone Settings interface, you can see just a handful of choices.
Most wireless LAN clients will be portable systems. The fact that portable systems are typically battery-powered led to another area of specialization in the 802.11 MAC. Specifically, features were added to the MAC that can maximize battery life in portable clients via power-management schemes. When used in infrastructure mode, the user of a mobile 802.lib device can decide when to connect to a nearby AP and the conditions under which to maintain connectivity. There may be portions of the day when the user is out of range of a wireless network, or chooses not to be connected, such as when commuting or after business hours. These connectivity preferences can be stored in a device such as a PDA and used to optimize battery life. To support clients that periodically enter sleep mode, the 802.11 protocol specifies that APs include buffers to store messages. While connected, the device can be placed
Part III: Working with Assemblies
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