Figure 15-5: Navigational elements of my Intuitive Systems Web site. in Java

Create EAN13 in Java Figure 15-5: Navigational elements of my Intuitive Systems Web site.

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D. Lea. Concurrent Programming in Java: Design principles and Putterns. The Java Series. Addison Wesley, Reading, MA, 2nd edition, 1999. L. Lovasz. Coverings and colorings of hypergraphs. In 4th Southeastern Conf. on Combinatorics, Graph Theory, and Computing, pages 3-12, 1973. L. Lamport, R. Shostak, and M. Pease. The Byzantine generals problem. ACM Trans. on Programming Languages and Systems, 4(3):382-401, July 1982. M. Luby. A simple parallel algorithm for the maximal independent set problem. In ACM, editor, Proc. of the 17th annual ACM Symp. on Theory of Computing, Providence, RI, pages 1-10, May 1985.
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Data objects: This is the most generic form of a single data instance. The structure of an object is completely arbitrary, so the Grid needs to provide services to describe and access speci c objects since the semantics may vary from object type to object type. VOs may choose different technologies to access their objects ranging from proprietary techniques to open standards like CORBA/IIOP and SOAP/XML. Virtual data: The concept of virtualized data is very attractive to VOs that have large sets of secondary data that are derived from primary data using a well-de ned set of procedures and parameters. If the secondary data are more expensive to store than to regenerate, they can be virtualized, that is, only created upon request. Additional services are required to manage virtual data. Data sets: Data sets differ from free le collections only in that they can contain any kind of data from the list above in addition to les. Such data sets are useful for archiving, logging and debugging purposes. Again, the necessary services that track the content of data sets and keep them consistent need to be provided.
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As with the form widgets, the first time you save a file with a Spry Menu Bar widget, Dreamweaver lets you know which supporting files have been copied to your site and will need to be posted online. There are different support files for the horizontal and vertical menus bars.
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The File Handling pane, shown in Figure 3.18, controls how recovery files and document previews are handled. It also controls how snippets are handled and how various links are handled.
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Message Service (SMS) was designed as a store and forward service, and was offered as such by most operators in the mid-1990s with messages sometimes delayed hours before delivery. Consumers have conclusively taken to the service as a way of communicating quickly and efficiently with friends and colleagues without the need for a conversation. However, in meeting these needs we expect that a message is delivered almost instantly. When important business and social meetings are arranged by SMS, a couple of hours delivery delay is unacceptable. As we can see from this example, a consumer s expectations of a service dictate whether it is perceived as working well or badly. These expectations in turn determine the critical success factors that the network must deliver against if the service is to be perceived as good. Take the following examples. 1. A customer using an always on email application (e.g. Blackberry) expects their emails to be accurately received and that they are received within a reasonable time, for example 10 20 minutes after being sent. This implies that the network must deliver accurate information, i.e. a very low bit error rate, but that the payload can be delayed for a reasonable amount of time. 2. A customer using a Push-to-Talk application will expect to get voice messages within a couple of seconds from their friend or colleague sending a voice message but must be prepared to tolerate some voice distortion on limited occasions. This implies that the network must expedite the voice messages through the network but that limited packet loss can be tolerated. 3. A customer browsing the Internet from a laptop PC with a 3G data card will expect that the Web page loads accurately to a point where they can start reading in less than 10 seconds, otherwise their concentration will lapse making the service uncomfortable to use. This implies that the network must deliver accurate information and that some limited delay can be tolerated. In this example, the way the Web page is built can also make a difference. For example, a Website that displays text within 10 seconds but then downloads images in the next 10 seconds will often appear to be quicker than a page that completely downloads in only 15 seconds. In all these examples, if the network achieves the critical success factors, the consumer is likely to perceive a service as working well. If the network fails to deliver, the consumer is likely to perceive a service as working poorly. When considering the quality of a network it is worth remembering that services run either between two terminals or a terminal and a server, and that the critical success factors apply across the whole connection. There is no point, for example, in engineering the GPRS network to meet the consumer s expectations when the connection to the content provider is not to the same standard and hence degrades the overall experience. The main causes of a network failing to deliver against the critical success factors are:
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This template code builds a link to the bookmark posting form for the currently logged in user, pre-populated with the blog entry s title and permalink URL. By using the encode_url option in both of the Movable Type template tags, any sensitive characters are escaped in the constructed URL intended to pass the two values. You may want to review 2 for a refresher on just which form fields are available for pre-population in this fashion. If you re still using the default templates, one of the best spots to insert this code is in a paragraph toward the end of the entry text with a CSS class of entry-footer (see Figure 9-1).
1. In the Define Database dialog s Fields pane (refer to Figure 5-1), select or create a Number or Text field, and click the Options button. 2. Click the Auto-Enter tab at the top of the Options dialog and then select the Serial number check box. 3. In the Next Value text box, enter the starting serial number. This number will be assigned to the next new record you create. 4. In the Increment By text box, enter a number for the amount that you want each new serial number to increase over the previous serial number. 5. Click OK to return to the Define Database dialog.
If the start day of the week is on or before DOW, then DOW is included when the start day of the week number plus the leftover days is greater than the DOW number. If the start day of the week is after DOW, then DOW is included when the start day of the week number plus the leftover days is greater than seven plus the DOW number.
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Behaviors can be added without any additional coding or workarounds to links within editable regions. You cannot, however, add a behavior to text or an image in a locked region.
The only difference between a database and a template (or clone) is that the latter contains no records. This presents one immediate problem for many users: When a template is first opened, the database window s fields might be blank. Because a template initially contains no records, FileMaker Pro might have nothing to display other than an empty database window. To begin working with the template, choose Records New Record (or press +N/Ctrl+N). The opening layout immediately appears, and you can get down to business.
Purpose: Returns a numeric value in the range 1 12, corresponding to the month in the specified date expression. Syntax: Month (date) where date is a valid expression in date format. Example: If the Date field contains 03/16/2005, the expression Month (Date) yields 3. See also: Day, Year
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