To select a method exposed by
the currently selected object:
||In the Object Activator, make sure you have selected the object
you want to activate. To call a generic method such as MessageInformation() you do not need
to select an object.
Methods and properties
exposed by the selected object are shown in Method Lists. These
lists are on tab pages in the top-right pane of the Object
||To select a method, click the Methods tab page. If you want to
call a generic USoft method supported for most objects, click the
Application Methods tab page. Examples of generic USoft methods are
SqlScript(). To select a
property, click the Properties tab page. To select the FORMULA()
method, you can also click the Formula button.
||Find the method or property you want to call, and select
||Click the Add button or press ENTER.
The method or property
specification is now displayed as a root node in the Script box
between the Begin and End nodes. Child nodes are displayed for
mandatory and optional parameters.
If the Script box already
contained one or more method calls, the new selection is added as a
root node below the currently selected method call. To add the
selection as the LAST method call in the script, first select the
End node, and then click Add or press ENTER.