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2  docs/Theory/extensions/triggers/delete.markdown
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#Delete Triggers
Delete triggers implement the AbstractDeleteTrigger interface and follow much the same pattern as PUT triggers.
-![Figure 1: Triggers - Delete](/images/triggers_delete_docs.png)
+![Figure 1: Triggers - Delete](images\triggers_delete_docs.png)
**Example: Cascading deletes**
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2  docs/Theory/extensions/triggers/put.markdown
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#Put triggers
PUT triggers are classes that inherit the AbstractPutTrigger class:
-![Figure 1: Triggers - Put](/images/triggers_put_docs.png)
+![Figure 1: Triggers - Put](images\triggers_put_docs.png)
1. AllowPut gives the trigger the chance to reject the PUT operation.
2. OnPut gives the trigger the chance to modify the document and metadata before the changes are saved.
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2  docs/Theory/extensions/triggers/read.markdown
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Read triggers implement the AbstractReadTrigger interface and allow filtering, modifying and denying document reading and querying capabilities.
Like PUT and DELETE triggers, the read trigger need to handle two operations, allowing the read operation to proceed and modifying the document before it is read by the user.
-![Figure 1: Triggers - Read](/images/triggers_read_docs.png)
+![Figure 1: Triggers - Read](images\triggers_read_docs.png)
**Example: Information hiding**
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6 docs/client-api/index.markdown
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-# .NET Client API
+# .NET Client API
So far we have spoken in abstracts, about NoSQL in general and RavenDB in particular. In this chapter we focus on the .NET Client API. We will go through all the steps required to perform basic CRUD operations using RavenDB, familizaring ourselves with RavenDB APIs, concepts and workings.
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ By default, all POCOs are serialized in the following manner:
* All public fields are serialized, non-public fields are ignored
-This behavior can be customized, as discussed [later in this chapter](../client-api/advanced/custom-serialization).
+This behavior can be customized, as discussed [later in this chapter](/advanced/custom-serialization).
## Document IDs
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{INFO As we mentioned before, this ID format is merely a convention, and document IDs can be any string. /}
-RavenDB will automatically assign IDs to objects you save into it, whether or not you have an Id property in your objects. We will discuss this [later in the chapter](./basic-operations/saving-new-document).
+RavenDB will automatically assign IDs to objects you save into it, whether or not you have an Id property in your objects. We will discuss this [later in the chapter](/basic-operations/saving-new-document).
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/deployment Deployment strategies
/bundles Using the bundles
-/administration Server administration
+/administration Server administration
+multiple-databases.markdown Multiple Databases
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4 docs/server/deployment/as-a-service.markdown
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-# Running as a service
+# Running as a service
RavenDB supports running as a system service, creating its own HTTP server and processing all requests internally.
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## Server Configuration
-Many configuration options are available for tuning RavenDB and fitting it to your needs. See the [Configuration options](administration/configuration) page for complete info.
+Many configuration options are available for tuning RavenDB and fitting it to your needs. See the [Configuration options](http://ravendb.net/docs/server/administration/configuration) page for complete info.
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/extensions Extensions
document-key-generation.markdown Document Key Generation Options
document-structure-design.markdown Document Structure Design Considerations
-multiple-databases.markdown Multiple Databases
ravendb-collections.markdown Collections
safe-by-default.markdown Safe by default

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