A function is a named section of a program that performs a specific task that can be reused. The main advantages of functions are resusability and ease of maintainance.
1. Builtin functions
2. Internal peoplecode functions
3. External peoplecode functions
4. External non peoplecode functions
PeopleTools provides a number of system variables that provide access to system information. System variables in peoplecode are prefixed with the ‘%’ character, rather than the ‘&’ character. You can use these system variables wherever you can use a constant, passing them as parameters to functions or assigning their values to fields or to temporary variables.
Finally, it has become possible to easily add AJAX file uploading capabilities to ASP.NET applications. The newly released version of the AJAX Control Toolkit ships with two new controls, one of them is called AsyncFileUpload control. AsyncFileUpload is an ASP.NET AJAX Control that allows you asynchronously upload files to server. The file uploading results can be checked both in the server and client sides. Using AsyncFileUpload Control in ASP.NET AJAX is simple.
List of Properties: Data Type Property Name uint16 AdminPasswordStatus boolean AutomaticManagedPagefile boolean AutomaticResetBootOption boolean AutomaticResetCapability uint16 BootOptionOnLimit uint16 BootOptionOnWatchDog boolean BootROMSupported string BootupState string Caption uint16 ChassisBootupState string CreationClassName sint16 CurrentTimeZone boolean DaylightInEffect string Description string DNSHostName string Domain uint16 DomainRole boolean EnableDaylightSavingsTime uint16 FrontPanelResetStatus boolean InfraredSupported string InitialLoadInfo datetime InstallDate uint16 KeyboardPasswordStatus string LastLoadInfo […]
List Of Properties Data Type Property Name uint16 Availability uint16 Capabilities string CapabilityDescriptions string Caption string CompressionMethod uint32 ConfigManagerErrorCode boolean ConfigManagerUserConfig string CreationClassName uint64 DefaultBlockSize string Description string DeviceID string Drive boolean DriveIntegrity boolean ErrorCleared string ErrorDescription string ErrorMethodology uint16 FileSystemFlags uint32 FileSystemFlagsEx string Id datetime InstallDate uint32 LastErrorCode string Manufacturer uint64 MaxBlockSize uint32 MaximumComponentLength […]
We use ManagementObjectSearcher to execute the given query to get the list of management objects that matches the select criteria. When instantiated, an instance of this class takes as input a WMI query represented in an ObjectQuery and execute the query in. When the Get method on this object is invoked, the ManagementObjectSearcher executes the […]
In a earlier article we have gone through how to draw directions between two locations. In this article we will learn how to make directions draggable using Google Maps v3.
Google Maps v3 allows the directions to be draggable by setting draggable property of the renderer to true. This allows user to modify cycling, walking or driving directions displayed using a DirectionsRenderer dynamically, permitting a user to select and alter routes by clicking and dragging the resulting paths on the map. Transit directions cannot be made draggable.
In earlier tutorials, we have learnt the basics of google maps and looked through examples like creating a store locator. In this tutorial, we will learn how to Draw directions between two locations using google maps v3. Google Maps api provides a DirectionService which allows to calculate directions. Directions Service receives direction requests and returns computed results. We may either handle these directions results yourself or use the DirectionsRenderer object to render these results.