Part IV Running Applications in .NET

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See Trace 13.2b for a quick review of the ASN. 1 -encoding discussed in 12. This data shows the details of Frame 110, but with the Sniffer s ASN. 1 decoding option activated. You can trace each ASN. 1 element, identifying the Type-Length-Valueencodings as well as the hexadecimal display of those values. As a reference point, the first SNMP encoding (SEQUENCE [ofl, Length = 235) appears in bold type with the characters 30 81 EB (see the third line of the hexadecimal decode, that begins with Address = 0020). Reviewing 12, we know that the Type field = 30H (the SEQUENCE OF type, see Figure 12-10). The Length field is the Long Definite form (see Figure 12-5), with one subsequent octet having a value of 81 EBH. (Hexadecimal values of X are dummy characters to maintain the confidentiality of the trace.)
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< xml version="1.0" standalone="yes" > <!-- Test XML for DOM node lister --> < scrollwin height="34" width="72" > <!DOCTYPE contact [ <!ELEMENT contact (phone | address)*> <!ELEMENT address (#PCDATA)> <!ELEMENT phone (#PCDATA)> <!ATTLIST phone extension CDATA #IMPLIED> <!ATTLIST phone location CDATA #IMPLIED> <!ATTLIST phone id ID #IMPLIED> <!NOTATION jpeg PUBLIC "JPEG"> <!NOTATION pin SYSTEM "http:/"> <!ENTITY company "International Widget"> ]> <contact> <phone>907 555-8901</phone> <phone id="fred">907 555-0821</phone> <phone location="local">555-3401</phone> <phone location="work" extension="910">555-0332</phone> <address><![CDATA[ 1313 Blueview Terrace Sicard, Louisiana 77502]]></address> <address>Mail stop 34 at &company;</address> </contact>
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To programmatically view the created policies, query the dbo.syspolicy_policies view in the MSDB database:
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Part VI
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If you omit the brackets ([ ]) around a field name in the criterion, Access automatically places quotes around the field name and treats it as text instead of a field name.
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