Web Application Repository
An overview of functions relating to Web Application Repositories, tables where web applications read and write data.
A repository is a table (either .dbf or SQL) where a web application can read or write data. The data are typically items such as email templates, or saved queries, or other settings. The details of the repository (e.g, connection string, table name, and field map) are defined in the Web Project Properties dialog. For the most part, the repository is for internal use by the Components, but developers can also make use of it.
To support your use of the repository, the following Xbasic functions can be used in your applications:
Saves some data to the repository. Returns .t. if the data was saved, or .f. if it was not saved.
Retrieves a piece of data from the repository.
Enumerates the key values of the objects stores in the repository and returns them in a CR/LF-delimited list. You can optionally filter the objects by objectType, componentGuid, and/or userId.