In 3.9 we often worked in PIs with ivy.set("MyClass.MySubclass.MyString","Hello"). This was especially helpful when the name of the process data class member was known only at run time (e.g. if it was taken from the DB)

In 4.3 this does no more work the same. You can only use set() on a known reference of the process data class: MyClass.MySubclass.set("My","Hello").

Is there a way to reproduce the old behavior?

asked 25.06.2012 at 10:19

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Most of the functions which were implemented with PI's in Ivy 3.9 can be implemented in Java and then be called directly from ivyScript. As long you do not need time outs or the process level exception handling this is much simpler. Solange ihr keine Timeout und Exception Handling braucht ist dies der einfachste Weg.

If you need PI's then you can read and write process data with the utility methods from ch.ivyteam.ivy.process.extension.impl.AbstractUserProcessExtension. Create the new PI with the wizard on the PI inscription mask and you easily see how it works.

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answered 02.07.2012 at 06:54

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