April 13, 1999

std::string and Reference Counting

The Standard’s specification of class std::string is formulated to allow a reference counted implementation. However, this is not a requirement. A reference counted implementation must have the same semantics as

Which Class is Returned by getClass()?

When a class is instantiated, the subsequent object is actually an instance of the most derived class in the class hierarchy. A point of confusion for some programmers is that

Dumping to a Remote Drive

For SQL Server to perform a dump to a remote drive (that is, another machine on the network), the ID that SQL Server runs under must have rights to the