April 21, 2012

RunBase frameWork In X++

RunBase framework

Whenever you write a class that typically asks a user for input and then starts a process based on that input you use the RunBase framework as most of the typical methods needed for such a Job is already implemented in the RunBase class. This means that using the RunBase framework is done by extending RunBase either by directly extending RunBase or by extending a class that extends RunBase.
Some of the features implemented in the RunBase framework are the following:

• Run: The main flow of the operation
• Dialog: Prompting the user for input and storing that input
• Batch execution: Schedule the Job for later execution
• Query: Used to select data
• Progress bar: Shows the progress of a task
• Pack/unpack with versioning: Remember variable values until the next time
the task is executed


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