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|Hamid R. Arabnia, George A. Gravvanis, George Jandieri, Ashu M. G. Solo, and Fernando G. Tinetti||CSREA Press|
|Joseph Albahari||O'Reilly Media||ePub|
Reference types can represent a nonexistent value with a null reference. Value types, however, cannot ordinarily represent null values. For example:
To represent null in a value type, you must use a special
construct called a nullable type. A nullable type is
denoted with a value type followed by the
Attempting to retrieve
The default value of
The conversion from
The explicit cast is directly equivalent to calling the
|Colin J Ihrig||SitePoint||ePub|
In Chapter 6, we began work on our example human resources application. At the time, Node was unfortunately the only technology that had been introduced, so the application in Chapter 6 only consisted of a Node HTTP server returning hard-coded employee data from a JSON file. Now that we have a good understanding of MongoDB and the Mongoose module, we can update the example application to use a database.
This chapter will build on the server from Chapter 6. We’re going to
assume that you have the example application code on your local machine
already. We’ll also assume that you have run
Figure 9.1. Output data from the example application
We’re going to begin by creating two Mongoose models for working
with our MongoDB instance. The first step is to install the
|Jason Hunter||O'Reilly Media||ePub|
So far we have imagined that our servlets exist in a perfect world, where everyone is trustworthy and nobody locks their doors at night. Sadly, thats a 1950s fantasy world: the truth is that the Internet has its share of fiendish rogues. As companies place more and more emphasis on online commerce and begin to load their intranets with sensitive information, security has become one of the most important topics in web programming.
Security is the science of keeping sensitive information in the hands of authorized users. On the Web, this boils down to four important issues:
Being able to verify the identities of the parties involved
Limiting access to resources to a select set of users or programs
Ensuring that only the parties involved can understand the communication
Being able to verify that the content of the communication is not changed during transmission
It helps to think of this in context: a client wants to be sure that it is talking to a legitimate server (authentication), and it also wants to be sure that any information it transmits, such as credit card numbers, is not subject to eavesdropping (confidentiality). The server is also concerned with authentication and confidentiality, as well as authorization. If a company is selling a service or providing sensitive information to its own employees, it has a vested interest in making sure that nobody but an authorized user can access it. Finally, both sides need integrity to make sure that whatever information they send gets to the other party unaltered.See All Chapters
WBUT Examination Questions
Engineering & Technology Examinations, December – 2005
SEMESTER – 1
Time : 3 Hours]
[Full Marks : 70
The figures in the margin indicate full marks.
Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words as far as practicable.
Note : (i) Question No. 1 is compulsory.
(ii) Answer any five full questions from the remaining.
1. (A) Select the correct answers from the given alternatives in each case : 10 ´ 1 = 10
(i) Degree of freedom of a hydrogen molecule is
(ii) The angle between i$ and 2i$ + j$ is
(iii) In a free space Poisson�s equation is
(a) Ñ2 V = 0
(b) Ñ2 V =
(c) Ñ2 V = ¥.
(iv) If B = Ñ ´ A , B and A are any vectors then
(a) Ñ . B = 0
(b) Ñ . B = 1
(c) Ñ . B = - 1
(v) Maxwell�s electromagnetic wave equations in terms of electric field vector E in free space is
(vi) On superimposing two mutually perpendicular simple harmonic motion, we get circularSee All Chapters
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