I used a progress tool to convert a xml file to a .i (temp-tables + dataset).
After doing it, i tried reading a xml file with data and export it again to see if everything was as expected and it was.
However, when i referenced that include in a class i get the following error...
I have an issue felated to compilation, classes and USING keyword / packages.
I'm trying to compile a class located in a sub-directory.
This class contains a "USING" phrase referencing to itself :
CLASS testClass :
I just started to dive into the world of OOP with OpenEdge and bumped into something.
How do I instantiate objects of classes that reside on the AppServer from my window client application?
Is this even possible or do I have to use some kind of procedural proxies to handle this?
I have been asked to do some coding on a project that uses classes. It has been a while since I did OOP in college and when I did before it was with java. I am struggling to understand a few concepts and I have a few questions that maybe one of you could answer.
Just to explain what...
I've come across a strange issue. I have a simple class i use as an enum called OrderType like so:
DEFINE PUBLIC STATIC PROPERTY TestOrder AS CHARACTER NO-UNDO INIT "TESTORDER" GET.
Which i use in code like so:
I have a selection of independent class objects which all different functionality and I want to create a new class object which inherits one or more of them. How do I do this, I keep ending up at 'interfaces' but I don't think that's what I want.
Here is what I'm trying to do:
I am trying to run a program, where a method that is used in this class is defined.
METHOD PRIVATE LOG method1():
FIND FIRST tablename NO-LOCK.