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Proxy Objects and Methods : Sample proxy : Sample AppObject

Sample AppObject

The methods in this section comprise the definition of a sample .NET AppObject, Account, as shown:
*The AppObject constructors that connect to an Application Service:
public Account(Connection connectObj)

public Account(string urlString, string userId, string password,
     string appServerInfo)

public Account(string userId, string password, string appServerInfo)
public Account( )
*A SubAppObject class factory method that creates a SubAppObject called Tax:
public Tax CreateAO_Tax( )
*A ProcObject class factory method that creates a ProcObject called AccountInfo and runs and instantiates the persistent procedure AccountInfo.p on the AppServer:
public AccountInfo CreatePO_AccountInfo(int accountNum)
If AccountInfo.p were to be run as a single-run or singleton procedure, the parameter in its main block would have to be removed and passed to its internal procedures or user-defined functions directly. The class factory method would then look like this:
public AccountInfo CreatePO_AccountInfo( )
See Sample ProcObject for an example of how the methods for the internal procedures and user-defined functions of might look if AccountInfo.p were called as a single-run or singleton procedure.
*Remote ABL methods to run the non-persistent procedures Add (defined by Add.p) and Remove (defined by Remove.p) on the AppServer:
public void Add(int accountNum, string name)
public void Remove(int accountNum)
*Common properties in all .NET proxy objects, excluding the ProcedureType property:
public string ConnectionId

public string ProcReturnString

public string RequestId

public string SSLSubjectName
*Common methods in all .NET proxy objects:
public void CancelAllRequests( )

public void Dispose( )