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  • MCTS 70-528 .NET Framework 2.0 - Web-Based Client Development
    Databases by Using Commands Creating and Running Query Commands Creating and Running Parameterized Commands Creating and Running Update Commands Using Globalized Formats for Storing and Accessing Data if time permits Module 3 Performing Transactional Operations Performing Data Updates within a Transaction Choosing an Appropriate Isolation Level for a Transaction Enlisting in a Distributed Transaction Managing Transactions in the Data Tier Module 4 Performing Disconnected Operations Programmatically Creating a DataSet Programmatically Populating and Saving a DataSet Adding Modifying and Deleting Data in a DataSet Merging DataSets Creating and Using DataViews Module 5 Performing Disconnected Operations by Using Visual Studio 2005 Wizards Creating a Typed DataSet by Using the DataSet Designer Loading Displaying and Saving Data in a Typed DataSet Adding Code to a Typed DataSet Creating a Typed DataSet by Using the Data Source Configuration Wizard Adding Queries to a Table Adapter Module 6 Performing XML Operations on Disconnected Data Saving a DataSet as XML Data Loading a DataSet from XML Saving and Loading DataSet Schema Information Module 7 Reading and Writing XML Data Writing XML Data by Using XmlWriter Reading XML Data by Using XmlReader Module 8 Processing XML Data by Using DOM Reading XML Data by Using DOM Writing XML Data by Using DOM Advanced Data Access with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Module 1 Minimizing and Handling Database Operation Conflicts Reading Committed Data by Using Locks Reading Committed Data by Using Statement Level Snapshots Reading Committed Data by Using Transaction Level Snapshots Handling Data Concurrency by Using ADO NET Module 2 Handling Large Objects Reading Large Values from SQL Server Writing Large Values to SQL Server Conserving Resources When Writing Large Values to SQL Server Module 3 Enhancing Database Performance Accessing Multiple Result Sets Concurrently Performing Asynchronous Data Access Operations Performing a Batch Update Performing a Bulk Data Copy Module 4 Creating Managed Code Objects for SQL Server 2005 Creating Managed Stored Procedures and Triggers Creating Managed User Defined Functions Creating a Managed Aggregate Creating a Managed User Defined Type Importing Existing Assemblies into SQL Server 2005 Module 5 Querying XML by Using XPath Selecting XML Data by Using XPathNavigator Evaluating XPath Expressions by Using XPath Navigator Creating and Using Compiled XPath Expressions Editing XML Data by Using XPathNavigator Module 6 Transforming XML by Using XSLT Style Sheets Transforming an XML Document by Using an XSLT Style Sheet Resolving External Resources During XSLT Processing Passing Parameters into an XSLT Style Sheet Creating and Using Extension Objects Core Web Application Technologies with Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 Module 1 Creating a Web Application Creating a New Web Application Configuring and Building a Web Application Module 2 Programming a Web Application Implementing Non Default Event Handlers Detecting Browser Capabilities and Setting Page Header Properties Handling Page Level Exceptions Module 3 Adding and Configuring Server Controls Building Graphical User Interfaces with HTML Controls Building Graphical User Interfaces with Web Server Controls Programming Web Server Controls and Working with Postbacks Module 4 Creating a Common Layout by Using Master Pages Designing a Master Page

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  • MCTS Microsoft .NET Framework - Application Development Foundation
    format Multimedia rich delivery brings experienced subject matter experts to your desktop or laptop Training Simulations DVD Courses Delivered on DVD Online Courses Online Access Interactive hands on practice lab Email Support 1 Year s Technical Email Support E Books DVD Courses Delivered on DVD Online Courses Downloadable Free Upgrades 12 months of Free Upgrades Compatibility with XP Win 2003 8 server Vista Exam Simulator Exam Simulator for closest replication to the real exam Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player Learning Segments Module 01 Framework Fundamentals Framework Fundamentals Value Types User Defined Types Enumerations Common Reference Types Reference and Value Types Built in Reference Types Arrays and Streams Throw and Catch Exceptions Constructing Classes Interface Process Diagrams Demo Fundamentals Demo Type Conversion Demo Safe Conversion Module 1 Review Module 02 Input Output I O Input Output I O Converting Types Navigating the File System Reading and Writing Files Compressing Streams Isolated Storage Demo File I O Demo File System Watcher Demo Binary Read and Write Demo Memory Stream Demo Compress and Decompress Demo Isolated Storage Module 2 Review Module 03 Searching Modifying and Encoding Text Searching Modifying and Encoding Text Regular Expressions Limitations RegExp Encoding Decoding Formats System Text Namespace Demo Regular Expressions Demo Encoding and Decoding Module 3 Review Module 04 Collections and Generics Collections and Generics Collections Collection Types Sequential Lists Working Dictionary Generic Collections Demo Collections Demo Objects and Generics Module 4 Review Module 05 Serialization Serialization Deserializing Implementation Serializable Attributes Guidelines XML Serialization Limitations Demo Dictionary and Serialization Demo Serialization Module 5 Review Module 06 Graphics Graphics System Drawing Namespace Graphics Classes Structures Drawing lines and Shapes Working with Pens Methods Images Icons Bitmaps Text Text Formatting StringFormat Class Formatting Demo Graphics Module 6 Review Module 07 Threading Threading System Threading Namespace Main Thread Threading Process Thread Priority Enumerations ParameterizedThreadStart Stopping Threads Critical Region Run Method Share and Lock Data Thread State Diagram Demo Threads Module 7 Review Module 08 Application Domains and Services Application Domains and Services Application Domain userName Isolate Tasks Implementation Loading Assemblies Configure Application Domains Application Domain Security Application Domain Properties Demo Application Domain Module 8 Review Module 09 Installing and Configuring Applications Installing and Configuring Applications Configuration Settings Configuration Decisions Handling Configurations Benefits of NET Configuration Common Settings Creating An Installer Installer Class Using the Installer Class Committing the Installation Demo Windows Service Demo Debugging Windows Service Demo Configuration Module 9 Review Module 10 Instrumentation Instrumentation Reproduction of Problems Log Files Resolution of Problems Windows Events Benefits of Windows Events Security Debugging Code Reasons for Debugging Compilation Options Common Methods of Debug Class Trace Class Monitoring Performance Knowing Applications Windows Management Instrumentation WMI WMI Query Language Demo WMI Demo Instrumentation Demo Instrument Trigger Module 10 Review Module 11 Application Security Application Security Code Access Security CAS Role Based Security RBS Evidence Security Policies How CAS Works Declarative CAS Demands CAS Assembly Declarations Types of Assembly Permission Declarations Types of CAS Assembly Declarations Permissions Demo CAS

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  • XML Web Services and Server Components with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET and the Microsoft .NET Framework Training
    Here Live Video instructor led DVD Courses Interactive DVD s Online Courses Online Streaming Video Broadband min 512k 12 Months subscription Featuring live instructor led classroom like sessions in digital video format Multimedia rich delivery brings experienced subject matter experts to your desktop or laptop Training Simulations DVD Courses Delivered on DVD Online Courses Online Access Interactive hands on practice lab Email Support 1 Year s Technical Email Support E Books DVD Courses Delivered on DVD Online Courses Downloadable Free Upgrades 12 months of Free Upgrades Compatibility with XP Win 2003 8 server Vista Exam Simulator Exam Simulator for closest replication to the real exam Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player XML Visual Basic NET and NET Framework Learning Segments Creating and Windows Services Serviced Components NET Remoting Objects and XML Web Services Create and manipulate a Windows service Write code that is executed when a Windows service is started or stopped Create and consume a serviced component Implement a serviced component Create interfaces that are visible to COM Create a strongly named assembly Register the component in the global assembly cache Manage the component by using the Component Services tool Create and consume a NET Remoting object Implement server activated components Implement client activated components Select a channel protocol and a formatter Channel protocols include TCP and HTTP Formatters include SOAP and binary Create client configuration files and server configuration files Implement an asynchronous method Create the listener service Instantiate and invoke a NET Remoting object Create and consume an XML Web service Control characteristics of Web methods by using attributes Create and use SOAP extensions Create asynchronous Web methods Control XML wire format for an XML Web service Instantiate and invoke an XML Web service Implement security for a Windows service a serviced component a NET Remoting object and an XML Web service Access unmanaged code from a Windows service a serviced component a NET Remoting object and an XML Web service Consuming and Manipulating Data Access and manipulate data from a Microsoft SQL ServerT database by creating and using ad hoc queries and stored procedures Create and manipulate DataSets Manipulate a DataSet schema Manipulate DataSet relationships Create a strongly typed DataSet Access and manipulate XML data Access an XML file by using the Document Object Model DOM and an XmlReader Transform DataSet data into XML data Use XPath to query XML data Generate and use an XSD schema Write a SQL statement that retrieves XML data from a SQL Server database Update a SQL Server database by using XML Validate an XML document Testing and Debugging Create a unit test plan Implement tracing Configure and use trace listeners and trace switches Display trace output Instrument and debug a Windows service a serviced component a NET Remoting object and an XML Web service Configure the debugging environment Create and apply debugging code to components and applications Provide multicultural test data to components and applications Execute tests Use interactive debugging Log test results

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  • ASP.NET for Developers using Visual Studio.NET Training
    Multimedia rich delivery brings experienced subject matter experts to your desktop or laptop Training Simulations DVD Courses Delivered on DVD Online Courses Online Access Interactive hands on practice lab Email Support 1 Year s Technical Email Support E Books DVD Courses Delivered on DVD Online Courses Downloadable Free Upgrades 12 months of Free Upgrades Compatibility with XP Win 2003 8 server Vista Exam Simulator Exam Simulator for closest replication to the real exam Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player VB NET and Visual Studio NET Training Learning Segments Services Create ASP NET pages Add and set directives on ASP NET pages Separate user interface resources from business logic Add Web server controls HTML server controls user controls and HTML code to ASP NET pages Set properties on controls Load controls dynamically Apply templates Set styles on ASP NET pages by using cascading style sheets Instantiate and invoke an ActiveX control Implement navigation for the user interface Manage the view state Manage data during postback events Use session state to manage data across pages Validate user input Validate non Latin user input Implement error handling in the user interface Configure custom error pages Implement Global asax application page level and page event error handling Implement online user assistance Incorporate existing code into ASP NET pages Display and update data Transform and filter data Bind data to the user interface Use controls to display data Instantiate and invoke Web services or components Instantiate and invoke a Web service Instantiate and invoke a COM or COM component Instantiate and invoke a NET component Call native functions by using platform invoke Implement globalization Implement localizability for the user interface Convert existing encodings Implement right to left and left to right mirroring Prepare culture specific formatting Handle events Create event handlers Raise events Implement accessibility features Use and edit intrinsic objects Intrinsic objects include response request session server and application Retrieve values from the properties of intrinsic objects Set values on the properties of intrinsic objects Use intrinsic objects to perform operations Creating and Managing Components and NET Assemblies Create and modify a NET assembly Create and implement satellite assemblies Create resource only assemblies Create Web custom controls and Web user controls Consuming and Manipulating Data Access and manipulate data from a Microsoft SQL ServerT database by creating and using ad hoc queries and stored procedures Access and manipulate data from a data store Data stores include relational databases XML documents and flat files Methods include XML techniques and ADO NET Handle data errors Testing and Debugging Create a unit test plan Implement tracing Add trace listeners and trace switches to an application Display trace output Debug rework and resolve defects in code Configure the debugging environment Create and apply debugging code to components pages and applications Provide multicultural test data to components pages and applications Execute tests Resolve errors and rework code Deploying a Web Application Plan the deployment of a Web application Plan a deployment that uses

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  • Visual C# Training Course
    Support E Books DVD Courses Delivered on DVD Online Courses Downloadable Free Upgrades 12 months of Free Upgrades Compatibility with XP Win 2003 8 server Vista Exam Simulator Exam Simulator for closest replication to the real exam Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player Visual C NET and Microsoft Visual Studio Learning Segments Creating User Services Create ASP NET pages Add and set directives on ASP NET pages Separate user interface resources from business logic Add Web server controls HTML server controls user controls and HTML code to ASP NET pages Set properties on controls Load controls dynamically Apply templates Set styles on ASP NET pages by using cascading style sheets Instantiate and invoke an ActiveX control Implement navigation for the user interface Manage the view state Manage data during postback events Use session state to manage data across pages Validate user input Validate non Latin user input Implement error handling in the user interface Configure custom error pages Implement Global asax application page level and page event error handling Implement online user assistance Incorporate existing code into ASP NET pages Display and update data Transform and filter data Bind data to the user interface Use controls to display data Instantiate and invoke Web services or components Instantiate and invoke a Web service Instantiate and invoke a COM or COM component Instantiate and invoke a NET component Call native functions by using platform invoke Implement globalization Implement localizability for the user interface Convert existing encodings Implement right to left and left to right mirroring Prepare culture specific formatting Handle events Create event handlers Raise events Implement accessibility features Use and edit intrinsic objects Intrinsic objects include response request session server and application Retrieve values from the properties of intrinsic objects Set values on the properties of intrinsic objects Use intrinsic objects to perform operations Creating and Managing Components and NET Assemblies Create and modify a NET assembly Create and implement satellite assemblies Create resource only assemblies Create Web custom controls and Web user controls Consuming and Manipulating Data Access and manipulate data from a Microsoft SQL ServerT database by creating and using ad hoc queries and stored procedures Access and manipulate data from a data store Data stores include relational databases XML documents and flat files Methods include XML techniques and ADO NET Handle data errors Testing and Debugging Create a unit test plan Implement tracing Add trace listeners and trace switches to an application Display trace output Debug rework and resolve defects in code Configure the debugging environment Create and apply debugging code to components pages and applications Provide multicultural test data to components pages and applications Execute tests Resolve errors and rework code Deploying a Web Application Plan the deployment of a Web application Plan a deployment that uses removable media Plan a Web based deployment Plan the deployment of an application to a Web garden a Web farm or a cluster Create a setup program that installs a Web application and allows

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  • Implementing Security for Applications with Microsoft Visual C# .NET Training
    on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player Implementing Security for Applications with Microsoft Visual C NET Learning Segments Applications by Using Security Best Practices Develop code under a least privilege account within the development environment Configure the Microsoft NET development environment and operating system Select the appropriate privileges Develop code that runs under a least privilege account at run time Develop code to run under a least privilege account that does not have administrator privileges Use least privilege for access to resources such as the file system registry entries and databases Analyze security implications of calling unknown code Third party components include NET components legacy COM components ActiveX controls Win32 DLLs and Web services Write code to verify that the identity of a COM component matches the identity expected Validate that data to and from third party components conforms to the expected size format and type Test for integrity of data after transmission Evaluate unmanaged code Write code that addresses failures in a manner that does not compromise security Write code that defaults to a permission set that is more secure than the permission set that existed before the errors or issues occurred Create error messages that do not compromise security Develop code that includes security measures in each tier of the solution also known as defense in depth Implement application functionality to apply defaults that minimize security threats Write code to prevent canonicalization problems Create canonical references for resources Validate that a reference is canonical Validate external input at every boundary level to prevent security problems Write code to test strings by using regular expressions Write code to test the size of data Write code to prevent SQL injection and cross site scripting Developing NET Applications That Include Security Enhancements Implement security by using application domains Implement authentication Implement a custom authentication mechanism in a Windows Forms application Implement an appropriate Web application or Web service authentication mechanism to accommodate specific application security requirements Implement functionality by consuming authenticated user information such as the IPrincipal Membership and Identity components of the NET base class library Write authorization code Programmatically control access to functionality and data by using user information such as user identity group membership and other custom user information Control access to Web applications by using URL authorization Programmatically control access to functionality and data by using identities or criteria that are independent of user identity Sign data by using certificates Implement data protection Use NET cryptographic techniques Encrypt and decrypt data by using symmetric and asymmetric cryptographic functions Compute hashes by using cryptographic functions Write code to create cryptographically random numbers for cryptographic functions Protect data in files and folders by creating modifying and deleting discretionary access control list DACL or security access control list SACL entries Encrypt and decrypt data by using the Data Protection API DPAPI Implement security for an application or shared library by using NET code access security Demand a code access permission such as FileIOPermission Group code access

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  • Implementing Security for Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic .NET Training
    Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player Implementing Security for Applications with Microsoft Visual Basic NET Learning Segments Develop code under a least privilege account within the development environment Configure the Microsoft NET development environment and operating system Select the appropriate privileges Develop code that runs under a least privilege account at run time Develop code to run under a least privilege account that does not have administrator privileges Use least privilege for access to resources such as the file system registry entries and databases Analyze security implications of calling unknown code Third party components include NET components legacy COM components ActiveX controls Win32 DLLs and Web services Write code to verify that the identity of a COM component matches the identity expected Validate that data to and from third party components conforms to the expected size format and type Test for integrity of data after transmission Evaluate unmanaged code Write code that addresses failures in a manner that does not compromise security Write code that defaults to a permission set that is more secure than the permission set that existed before the errors or issues occurred Create error messages that do not compromise security Develop code that includes security measures in each tier of the solution also known as defense in depth Implement application functionality to apply defaults that minimize security threats Write code to prevent canonicalization problems Create canonical references for resources Validate that a reference is canonical Validate external input at every boundary level to prevent security problems Write code to test strings by using regular expressions Write code to test the size of data Write code to prevent SQL injection and cross site scripting Developing NET Applications That Include Security Enhancements Implement security by using application domains Implement authentication Implement a custom authentication mechanism in a Windows Forms application Implement an appropriate Web application or Web service authentication mechanism to accommodate specific application security requirements Implement functionality by consuming authenticated user information such as the IPrincipal Membership and Identity components of the NET base class library Write authorization code Programmatically control access to functionality and data by using user information such as user identity group membership and other custom user information Control access to Web applications by using URL authorization Programmatically control access to functionality and data by using identities or criteria that are independent of user identity Sign data by using certificates Implement data protection Use NET cryptographic techniques Encrypt and decrypt data by using symmetric and asymmetric cryptographic functions Compute hashes by using cryptographic functions Write code to create cryptographically random numbers for cryptographic functions Protect data in files and folders by creating modifying and deleting discretionary access control list DACL or security access control list SACL entries Encrypt and decrypt data by using the Data Protection API DPAPI Implement security for an application or shared library by using NET code access security Demand a code access permission such as FileIOPermission Group code access permissions into a permission set

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  • MCTS 70-502 Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 - Windows Presentation Foundation
    video format Multimedia rich delivery brings experienced subject matter experts to your desktop or laptop Training Simulations DVD Courses Delivered on DVD Online Courses Online Access Interactive hands on practice lab Email Support 1 Year s Technical Email Support E Books DVD Courses Delivered on DVD Online Courses Downloadable Free Upgrades 12 months of Free Upgrades Compatibility with XP Win 2003 8 server Vista Exam Simulator Exam Simulator for closest replication to the real exam Content on this page requires a newer version of Adobe Flash Player Learning Segments Creating a WPF Application Select an application type May include Choose between Windows application Navigation application and XAML Browser Application XBAP application select the right type of application based on security restrictions Configure Event Handling May include tunneling vs bubbling events using the Event Manager class handle application level events Configure commands May include defining commands associating commands to controls creating custom commands handling commands Configure page based navigation May include defining and using PageFunction using Navigation Service and hyperlinks simple navigation vs structured navigation using the Journal handling navigation events Configure application settings May include create application settings create user settings loading and saving settings Manage application responsiveness May include implement asynchronous programming patterns marshalling between threads freezing UI elements Building User Interfaces Select and configure content controls May include applying attached properties of controls to a user interface element selecting appropriate controls for specific uses Select and configure item controls May include using lists toolbars menus tree views virtualization of item controls status bar Select and configure layout panels May include choosing the correct layout panel configuring sizing aligning content using a grid splitter Integrate Windows Forms controls into a WPF application May include adding controls not available in WPF such as the property grid and masked text box interop dialog boxes Create user and custom controls May include render appearance based on currently selected system theme incorporate accessibility features by using UI automation choosing between custom controls user controls and templates consuming user control or custom controls creating and handling routed events Adding and Managing Content Create and display two dimensional and three dimensional graphics May include using geometric transformation brushes drawing shapes clipping flipping hit testing Create and manipulate documents May include XML Paper Specification XPS and flow documents incorporating UI elements inside documents choosing the right element for text presentation scaling text selecting controls for formatting text documents printing Add multimedia content May include media player vs media element adding a sound player handling media specific events such as buffering Manage binary resources May include embedding resources in your application linking to external resources preloading resources asynchronously using resources sharing resources Manage images May include accessing image metadata transforming graphics into images stretching and sizing images Binding to Data Sources Configure binding options May include setting the correct binding mode and update mode using static resources using dynamic resources Bind to a data collection May include filtering sorting and grouping data using data templates binding to

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