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Print QR Code JIS X 0510 In C#
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Read QR Code 2d Barcode In C#.NET
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Implement data types. Implement full-text search. Implement Service Broker solutions.
Bar Code Creator In C#
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Recognize Bar Code In C#.NET
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Lessons in this chapter:
Generating Quick Response Code In VS .NET
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Quick Response Code Generation In Visual Studio .NET
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Paint QR Code 2d Barcode In VB.NET
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Barcode Creation In Visual C#
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Lesson 1: Implementing Spatial Data Types Lesson 2: Implementing Full-Text Search
Draw Denso QR Bar Code In C#.NET
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Matrix Barcode Maker In Visual C#
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Encoding Data Matrix In C#
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Identcode Creation In C#
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Lesson 3: Implementing Service Broker Solutions
Make 1D Barcode In Java
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before You begin
Recognizing PDF417 In None
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Recognizing DataMatrix In .NET
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To complete the lessons in this chapter, you must have:
Encoding Bar Code In None
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Encode Barcode In Visual Studio .NET
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Encoding PDF-417 2d Barcode In Java
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A basic understanding of SQL Server data types A general understanding of Common Language Runtime (CLR) data types An understanding of basic data manipulation language (DML) constructs, such as INSERT, UPDATE, and DELETE A general understanding of SELECT statement syntax A basic understanding of data definition language (DDL) code structure Knowledge about how to open and execute queries in SQL Server Management Studio (SSMS) SQL Server 2008 Developer Edition, Enterprise Edition, or Enterprise Evaluation Edition, with the AdventureWorks2008 sample database installed
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real World
Michael Hotek
customer of mine who runs a very large retail Web site had a large business problem when processing credit cards. Their Web site required the customer s
credit card to be charged before checkout could be completed. Once the order was completed, the available inventory could be debited. Credit card processing is a complicated process with many components. Credit cards are received on the Web site, encrypted, and securely submitted to a payment gateway. The payment gateway forwards the request to your merchant processor. The merchant processor might forward the request to a payment aggregator or intermediary bank. The request is then forwarded to the credit card company. The credit card company looks up the account, performs fraud and account balance checks, and returns an approval or rejection.
Extending Microsoft SQL Server Functionality with the Spatial, Full-Text Search, and Service Broker
If any system is unavailable between the Web site and credit card company, payments cannot be processed. The payment system also has a timing mechanism that attempts to defeat hacking and other third-party fraud activity such that if a response is not received within a specific amount of time, the charge is automatically rejected. If any system between the merchant and credit card company is overwhelmed with requests and too busy to respond in a timely manner, payments cannot be processed. One or more systems between the company s Web site and the credit card company were frequently unavailable, thereby causing a significant number of outages. While each outage was usually less than one hour, any problems cost the company a significant amount of revenue. Solving the outages could be accomplished very easily by taking all the payment processing offline and allowing the orders to be completed. Unfortunately, this customer was dealing with very limited inventory where the demand almost always exceeded the supply, hence the requirement to receive payment before an order was allowed to complete and inventory debited. We solved their outage problems, which were costing the company millions of dollars in lost revenue, by implementing a Service Broker solution. Service Broker allowed us to move the payment processing to a background task when necessary. Orders would first be processed using the normal methods, but if the credit card could not be processed due to an outage, the order would be placed onto a Service Broker queue and the customer would be allowed to complete their order, subject to payment acceptance. The Service Broker application would then retry the payment system until the payment could be processed. To preserve the integrity of the inventory, once an order was placed on the Service Broker queue, all orders would be sent to the queue to ensure a first-come, first-served access to available inventory. Only when the queue was empty would the order processing revert to directly processing payments. The implementation of Service Broker saved the company hundreds of thousands of dollars of custom development and third-party applications. The Service Broker implementation also eliminated all the outages caused by the payment system, thereby adding over $20 million in net profit.
Before You Begin
Lesson 1: implementing Spatial Data types
SQL Server 2008 includes a variety of new data types, including two spatial data types that allow you to manage geographical and geometric data. By using these data types, you can store location information such as latitude and longitude, which can be used in conjunction with Microsoft Virtual Earth to provide a visual representation of your geospatial data.
After this lesson, you will be able to:
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