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DineshKumarD9112 Member since 2017 20 posts
Accenture
Posted: February 8, 2020
Last activity: February 10, 2020

How to extend a data class to higher layers

How to extend a data class to higher layers

 

Enterprise-level data classes can be referenced by Enterprise level Work- classes. Similarly, implementation-level data classes are normally referenced by implementation level Work- classes. Enterprise-level <Org>-Data- classes should also be able to be referenced by implementation level <Org>-<App>-Work cases. So how can an enterprise-level data class (i.e.: <Org>-Data-Warranty) be referenced by an implementation level <Org>-<App>-Work cases? Or how can an enterprise level Work- case reference an implementation level data class? The solution is to use Dynamic Class Referencing (DCR).

What do they mean by referencing here?

So how can an enterprise-level data class (i.e.: <Org>-Data-Warranty) be referenced by an implementation level <Org>-<App>-Work cases? - Do they mean creating a Page property in the work class and use the enterprise level data class as the definition for the page? If yes then it is possible to create it right?

Doesn't the below two statements contradict each other?

Enterprise-level <Org>-Data- classes should also be able to be referenced by implementation level <Org>-<App>-Work cases.

So how can an enterprise-level data class (i.e.: <Org>-Data-Warranty) be referenced by an implementation level <Org>-<App>-Work cases?

Please help me understand this one.

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