Using .NET with Caché eXTreme
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Preface : 
 
 
Chapter 1: 
  1.1 Installation and Configuration
1.1.1 Requirements
1.1.2 Installation
1.1.3 Required Environment Variables
1.1.4 Required Files
1.2 eXTreme Sample Applications
1.2.1 XEP Samples
1.2.2 Globals API Samples
1.2.3 Sample Data Classes
Chapter 2: 
  2.1 Introduction to Event Persistence
2.1.1 Simple Applications to Store and Query Persistent Events
2.2 Creating and Connecting an EventPersister
2.3 Importing a Schema
2.4 Storing and Modifying Events
2.4.1 Creating and Storing Events
2.4.2 Accessing Stored Events
2.4.3 Controlling Index Updating
2.5 Using Queries
2.5.1 Creating and Executing a Query
2.5.2 Processing Query Data
2.5.3 Defining the Fetch Level
2.6 Calling Caché Methods from XEP
2.7 Schema Mapping and Customization
2.7.1 Schema Import Models
2.7.2 Schema Customization
2.7.3 Schema Mapping Rules
Chapter 3: 
  3.1 Introduction to the Globals API
3.1.1 Introduction to Global Arrays
3.1.2 Simple Applications to Create and Fetch Nodes
3.2 Creating a Connection
3.3 Building a Global Array
3.3.1 Introduction to Node References
3.3.2 Addressing a Subnode of the Target
3.3.3 Creating and Deleting Nodes
3.3.4 Changing the Target Address
3.3.5 Printing and Copying the Target Address
3.4 Finding Nodes in a Global Array
3.4.1 Iterating Over a Set of Child Nodes
3.4.2 Testing for Node Values
3.4.3 Finding Subnodes on All Levels
3.5 Fetching Values from the Database
3.5.1 Fetching Values of Known Datatype
3.5.2 Fetching Values of Unknown Datatype
3.6 Using Serialized Value Lists
3.6.1 Creating, Storing, and Fetching a ValueList
3.6.2 Reading ValueList Elements
3.7 Accessing Multiple Global Arrays
3.7.1 Accessing Global Names
3.7.2 Using a Directory of Global Arrays
3.7.3 Accessing Namespaces
3.8 Transactions and Locking
3.8.1 Controlling Transactions
3.8.2 Acquiring and Releasing Locks
3.8.3 Using Locks in a Transaction
3.9 Calling Caché Methods
3.10 Globals API Requirements and Conventions
3.10.1 Global Array Naming Conventions
3.10.2 Using the Globals API with Other eXTreme APIs
3.10.3 Collation Order in Multilevel Global Arrays
3.10.4 Considerations for Safe Threading
Chapter 4: 
  4.1 XEP Quick Reference
4.1.1 List of XEP Methods
4.1.2 Class PersisterFactory
4.1.3 Class EventPersister
4.1.4 Class Event
4.1.5 Class EventQuery<>
4.1.6 Interface InterfaceResolver
4.1.7 Class XEPException
4.2 Globals Quick Reference
4.2.1 List of Globals API Methods
4.2.2 Class ConnectionContext
4.2.3 Class Connection
4.2.4 Class GlobalsDirectory
4.2.5 Class NodeReference
4.2.6 Class ValueList
4.2.7 Class ByteArrayRegion
4.2.8 Globals Exception Classes