By J. Reilly Douglas
Within SERVER-BASED functions is the simplest position to discover targeted directions approximately the best way to convey the appliance layer to the server, help skinny and streamlined consumers, and stream legacy purposes to Web-based supply platforms. The ebook starts off with a assessment of the fundamentals of server-side improvement, then explains how Microsoft(r) Windows(r) 2000 helps server-side improvement, with assurance of Win32 APIs together with provider APIs, RAS, TAPI, MAPI, ODBC, energetic Server Pages, and ISAPI. It concisely explains each one API and makes use of examples to illustrate its right and wrong makes use of. It additionally demonstrates find out how to deliver these types of server-side items jointly, discusses Microsoft BackOffice(r) integration, and offers server-side code examples in Microsoft visible C++(r) and client-side code examples in VBScript.
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Other than being quite annoying, this service will also allow you the opportunity to have concrete proof that the service is running—even when no user is logged on to the system. NOTE The key feature of this service is, of course, the annoying beep that takes place every second or so. So if you are testing this on a machine, it is obviously critical that the speaker is working correctly. Obvious, of course, to everyone but me while I was debugging this code. After many exotic attempts at diagnostics (some of which left artifacts in the final program), I ran the service on another machine.
The synchronization objects that have been discussed and used in this example are useful for their intended purpose, but if there is a reasonable alternative, you should be careful to avoid using resources that need to be shared. Wherever possible, try to use constructs that allow server clients to operate without interactions with other clients, such as requiring waits for availability of shared resources. Chapter 3 The Service API What separates a file server from an application server is the server's ability to safely and reliably run applications without the intervention of a user.
The fourth and fifth parameters specify a completion routine and the argument to be passed to the completion routine. The completion routine is called when the timer is signaled. Timers can be canceled by a call to CancelWaitableTimer, a function that takes a handle to a waitable timer as its single parameter: BOOL CancelWaitableTimer(HANDLE hTimer); Wait Functions and Thread Synchronization Now that we've seen the synchronization objects, let's examine the functions that allow you to wait for them.