Message bodies and options (subject, From, To, cc, bcc, priority, attachments) can incorporate dynamic content from fields/formulas in the report (via a drag & drop user interface) and can be formatted as HTML. processing of Crystal reports using command line arguments. It can run all file versions, including 7, 8, 8.5, 9, 10, XI, 2008, 2011, and 2013.
A full command line interface allows calls from batch files, schedulers (including the free Windows Task Scheduler), desktop shortcuts, or any other program. Running a Crystal 2008/2011/2013 report in Visual CUT XI R2 is exactly like running it in Crystal XI R2.
Additional minor changes, including the incorporation of known errata, are documented in Changes in XML Signature Syntax and Processing (Second Edition).
I get that one goal of REST is to make URI access consistent and available, for instance, instead of hiding paging requests inside posts, making the page number of a request a part of the GET URI. But it seems like it is just going overboard saying that (session data) should ever be stored server side.
At any particular time, a client can either be in transition between application states or "at rest".
A client in a rest state is able to interact with its user, but creates no load and consumes no per-client storage on the set of servers or on the network.
With this approach, you declare Http Session as a parameter to your controller method.
The example on the course looks like this: Pros: it's simple, very much like you would do it in older Spring-MVC and other less capable frameworks.
Thankyou to Bob Casazza for reminding me to do this.