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INPUTS, OUTPUTS METHODS CLASSES

INPUTS, OUTPUTS METHODS CLASSES

INPUTS, OUTPUTS METHODS CLASSES

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Hi,
I need to find where is stored inputs and outputs from a class' method in the database, I know classes and methods  are in MSF02L table but not inputs or ouputs.

Hope you can help me.

RE: INPUTS, OUTPUTS METHODS CLASSES

Should be able to run msqmom.exe (mom = mincom object model) which shows what's in the Ellipse repository.
There should also be some (out-of-date) documentation on one of the distribution CDs with a file 523bod.chm (bod = business object documentation. I'm guessing 523 because it was create for Ellipse 5.2.3). I haven't seen any recent version of this doco.
Also you can probably run one of the Mincom MSQ applications and turn on the front-end trace. Somewhere in the trace will be the calls to the classes which the MSQ is using.

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