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The following exercise assumes that a directory structure is in place, including OUs, and that user accounts have been created in the directory.
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This is another chapter that contains many important ideas, and yet there is only so much space for tutorials. The best way to learn is to experiment. I recommend that you closely follow the tutorial steps once, and then, when you understand the concepts involved, that you can go back and experiment.
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The gedit Editor ..................................................................................................................................... 136 Starting gedit ..................................................................................................................................... 136 Basic gedit Features .......................................................................................................................... 137 Setting Preferences............................................................................................................................ 138 The Character Map .................................................................................................................................141 The vim Editor .........................................................................................................................................143 The Basics of vim ............................................................................................................................... 143 Editing Data ....................................................................................................................................... 145 Copy and Paste .................................................................................................................................. 146 Search and Substitute ....................................................................................................................... 146 The emacs Editor.....................................................................................................................................147 Using emacs on the Console ............................................................................................................. 148 Using emacs in GNOME ................................................................................................................... 152 The Tomboy Notes Application ............................................................................................................ 154 Starting Tomboy Notes ..................................................................................................................... 154 Creating Notes ................................................................................................................................... 155 Editing Notes ..................................................................................................................................... 156 Organizing Notes .............................................................................................................................. 157 Changing Preferences ....................................................................................................................... 157 Tomboy Add-ins ................................................................................................................................ 159 Summary ..................................................................................................................................................159
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Coradial Equal Equal Curvature Fix Horizontal Intersection: This uses the same symbol as At Intersection of Two Faces. Midpoint Offset On Edge On Surface: This is the same as the Coincident symbol. Parallel Perpendicular Pierce Symmetric Tangent Vertical Display/Delete Relations is described in detail in the Sketch toolbar section. Fully Define Sketch interface uses sketch relations and dimensions to fully define the active sketch. It allows you to select what types of sketch relations and dimensions will be used to do this. Figure 4.28 shows the Fully Define Sketch interface. Scan Equal scans a sketch for entities with either the same length or the same radius, and applies Equal relations.
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Of the other three relations, one coincides with (10.47), and the other two with
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Figure 47-4: Visual Basic .NET Web Service project in Visual Studio Notice that the Solution Explorer window has been added to the IDE, and it lists the files that were created for your project. Underneath the Solution Explorer is the Properties window, which lists the properties for the currently selected object (in this case, the Service1.asmx file). By default, the component designer surface is displayed in the main part of the Visual Studio window.
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If you need to have ends with a specific shape, and you still want to extrude from a non-planar 3D sketch, then you should use an extruded surface feature rather than an extruded solid feature. One big advantage of using a 3D sketch to extrude from is that you can include profiles on many different levels, although they must all have the same end condition. Therefore, if you have several pockets in a plate, you can draw the profile for each pocket at the bottom of the pocket, and extrude all the profiles Through All, and they will all be cut to different depths. 3D sketches also have an advantage when all the profiles of a single loft or boundary are made in a single 3D sketch. This enables you to drag the profiles and watch the loft update in real time.
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There are a couple of ways that validation took place within traditional Active Server Pages. The first was after users entered their information in the Web Form: They clicked the Submit button and then this information was sent to the server. You could then test the validity of the information by using ASP code. On the server, if something were wrong with what the user entered, you could go back to the form, and ask the user to correct the information in that particular field of the form. Sometimes, you carried the correct input from the other fields back to the form page, and populated the fields for the users so they didn't have to re-enter the same information again. There are sites on the Internet that don't carry this inputted information back to the form page, and the user is then required to enter in all the information back into the form for a second time. As you might realize, this quickly causes people to leave your site for another. The bad thing about server-side validation is that it requires trips back and forth to the server, and this takes a lot of resources and makes for a slower-paced form for the user. There is nothing more annoying for a user who is on a dial-up connection than clicking the Submit button on their form and then waiting for 20 seconds to find out that they didn't enter their password correctly. The other option for form validation was to put some client-side JavaScript at the top of the ASP page that checked the information that the user inputted into the fields was correct. This took care of the problem of making unnecessary trips to the server, but it required another language to learn and manage. JavaScript is a great language, but takes a lot of time to master, and there are always problems getting your JavaScript code to work on different browsers. Listing 36-1 shows an example of one simple form check using JavaScript. Listing 36-1: Client-side JavaScript Code Example
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