I have created three properties. Out of three one is of type Page and other two is of type Page list. Only properties of type Page I can locate in Data class and other two page list properties wont available in Data class but I can see those in Work class. Please clarify.
The marked properties belongs to type of Page. Is it like only properties of type Page will be available in Data class? If so then what is the benifit of doing so...
The Page List has not been constructed yet, there for it doesn;t exists int he clipboard. You need to set a value in a property in order for the object to be constructed and placed in memory. this can be done by create a data rule called pySetFieldsDefaults (make sure the Rule Name has py in it, as PRPC will remove py in the Rule Name. Set one of the field vlaues to " ". Then create another Data Trasform called pyDefault and call the pySetFieldProperties. Then rule your application. You will see this Page created in the ClipBoard.
Sorry , I am not cleared. I understood that once the properties has value we can locate them on clipboard. But my confusion is, whether Page list properties will be available in 'Data' class once the we have value in properties as we can see 'Candidate' page properties are available in Data calss as we can see in above screen print. If so, have another Page list property 'Educational Background' which is available on clipboard but I amnot able to locate it on Data class.(SAE-HRServices-Data).
The above marked EducationalBackground is a pagelist property and is available on clipboard.. But I am not able see the same in Data class. Please clarify me what all properties will be available in Data class once the properties are constructed.
Yes, you should have a class structure that looks like:
And a few more.
Looking at the screen shot in your original post, is it possible you are looking the Candidate data definition and expecting to see the other data definitions in it?
In the App Explorer, set the context location to SAE-HRServices-Data
From there, you should see all of the data definitions as I mentioned. Expand each of those and that is where you will find the attributes (properties) of the associated page lists you are seeing on the clipboard.
Yes got it. Thanks for the clarification. :) So, for every page/page list property there will be a class created ( for example workhistory,Educational background) ) inherited from data class and the all those (Educational background, workhistory ) can be located on clipboard. Please correct me if I am wrong.