Closer pm1 = open("<div id="app">") if params.get('path'): app = pms.get_default_app() pm2.close() # The client should receive the application after it has closed # The client should send a new URI to show the contents of the 'open' route. # The application's path should be passed as an argument to the callback. uri = uri_from_request(app) # The client is now on the 'open' route and can continue with the # usual app process. # For convenience, the 'open' route should also be created as '<route path='app'>' and # passed as an argument to the callback. # # This route allows the client to 'open' to any subdirectory of the # application. There is currently no indication whether or not # it will be an accessible route. The route's name may be different, depending on # what kind of file access methods are available in the application. # Note that if the method is an HTTP access method, this must be used for all # requests. # To ensure proper permissions to the app, a special user's path should also # be specified, as documented in the 'http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms630835(VS.85).aspx' document for ASP.NET. # # When calling the app, it is important to understand that this route does not have # the capabilities of calling the methods that will have to be configured if an app is # deployed. The app's method is not available here. # # The methods that are in place to manage the default method are the 'Open' method and the # 'Open' route itself. # # When setting up the app or calling the app, the server will ask the # client for the 'Open' route in the request parameter of all requests. # This includes the methods of the <Route> element, however. # # This request method must be explicitly set if using a RESTful service. # If the 'Open' route has no parameter, then the server only knows to set # the option value to the server's native endpoint. If a 'Open' endpoint # is defined in the request parameter of any other method, then this means the server # only knows to set the option value to the server's endpoint and is not aware # of the 'open' route. # If an 'Open' route is not defined, a default URI for the app will be returned. # For example: app.Open() # # This route must exist in order for an 'Open' route to be present # # This route must also exist to resolve the redirect parameter of a GET # # There is currentl
Hornby bags three as dragons hammer sharks
By Simon Jenkins
THE WINDOW, March 6 (Reuters) – A series of storms over the past week may have hit Australia's biggest fishing industry, and one fishing vessel sank into an Australian lake, killing two of its crew.
The vessel, a Hornby Seahawk, was making its third voyage, after docking in Buhum, northern Victoria, early on Saturday, when it broke up near an unknown body of water off the coast of Sydney state.
The vessel's owner said the crew had gone to check out the local boat launch to avoid encountering large waves when a strong wave swept over the boat and the crew capsized.
"We were not aware of any boats coming in that quickly," Hornby owner John Hornby told reporters on Thursday. "The only thing we could see was a white, big fish coming down and a big boat coming up. We were really hoping to get a hold of them, but nothing was there.
"They were just in the water and that's the last thing I expected."
In a statement, a spokeswoman for the Bureau of Meteorology said the weather and seas were "extremely difficult" on Friday, when the vessel was being towed by a Cessna helicopter.
The Bureau said it is aware of an investigation being carried out into the incident. (Reporting by Simon Jenkins; Writing by Paul Taylor; Editing by David Evans)