Getting Started with Alpha Anywhere
/pages/Ref/Api/Namespace/Root Classes/AuthorizeNet_Transaction.xml
Enables merchants to authorize, settle and manage credit card or electronic check transactions.
CURL Xbasic Overview
CURL is a popular utility that can be used for many tasks, such as making REST API calls.
Extension::Curl RequestTemplate Method
/pages/Ref/Api/Namespace/Extension/Curl/RequestTemplate Method.xml
Simple CURL request template, populated from optional named resource, variables and arguments, from request JSON or supplied properties.
Debugging Node.js Errors
/pages/Troubleshooting/Node Stopped Working.xml
If a node service fails, you may receive a JSON object with the message "node stopped working" from your Node service. This error indicates that the Node.js server has crashed. You can debug these errors using Helper functions designed for diagnosing Node failures.
Display Format
/pages/Guides/Mobile and Web Components/Grid/Grid Fields/Grid Field Properties/Display Settings/Display Format.xml
If the control type is Label, Link, TextBox, or TextArea, the Display Format property allows you to automatically change the presentation of your data.
Creating and Using a Multi-state Button
/pages/Guides/Desktop/Xdialog/Controls/Buttons/Creating and Using a Multi-state Button.xml
The MULSTBTN1 multi-state button presents a simple way to limit the Browse1 list to those records where the SearchBy field begins with the selected letter.
Lightning Query Optimization
/pages/Desktop/Reference/Design/Data/DBF/Lightning Query Optimization.xml
Lightning Query Optimization is a feature that Alpha Anywhere activates to increase the speed at which queries are run against DBF tables. By using information contained in the indexes you have created, Alpha Anywhere can dramatically speed up queries. To take advantage of this time-saving feature, both the query you design and the pre-existing indexes must be compatible with Lightning Query Optimization. The following sections explain this compatibility.
Testing and Using an Xbasic Class
/pages/Guides/Xbasic/Testing and Using an Xbasic Class.xml
In general, it's good to test Xbasic code of any sort first in an Interactive window. When you find good sequences for testing, you can copy them into Xbasic scripts, along with notes about the expected output. Your Xbasic scripts can easily include code to set up and tear down test databases.
How to Send a POST Request with a Specific Content-type Header Using HTTP_FETCH()
/pages/HowTo/Web Applications/Post an XML Request.xml
The content type cannot be set when using HTTP_POST() to POST data to a server. If the server expects a different Content-type header, HTTP_FETCH() can be used instead.