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How to get the list of properties for an object?

How to get the list of properties for an object?

How to get the list of properties for an object?

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Folks,

I have been developing programs for other ERP applications but am new to MAS-90 development. I have already attended BO interface class at Sage University and have been playing with the downloaded examples.

One thing that is not clear is how to find out what properties are available on any business object. The documentation just assumes that we know these properties.

Is there a programmatic way to get the list of properties for a business object?

Thank you in advance for your help.

Regards,
Peter

RE: How to get the list of properties for an object?

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Is there a programmatic way to get the list of properties for a business object?
No.  I've made my own classes using VBA/ODBC.  They're read-only, of course, but we're finally arriving at some data analysis.   

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