URL access property

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The property only appears for a Transaction or Web Panel with the property Type = Component, and allows for the object to be executed from the URL or not.

Values

No It is not possible to access the Web Component through URL and the object does not appear in the Execution Dialog. The use of any type of SDT, Array or Collection parameters is supported. Default value.
Yes Web Component can be accessed through URL.

Description

The objects defined as Components can be executed from the URL, or they may be invoked by another object. In general, the execution from the URL is used in development/test environments. Once the application is developed, it is not desired that Components be accessed from the URL in order to be able to pass parameters like SDTs or Collections and code less security checks.

Configuring this property to NO guarantees that the Component will not be called from the URL. In that case, the use of any type of SDT, Array or Collection parameters is supported. 

Notes:

  • The incorrect use of this property can imply specification errors. See Specification Error Codes and Messages document for more details.
  • If you have an object with a dynamic call and "Expand dynamic calls" property is set to Yes, the objects with property URL access = Not, will not be included in the call tree of this object.
  • SDTs or Collections are not implemented in C/SQL generator. In this case, only Character and Numeric parameters are allowed.

Limitations:

The use of Array parameters is not possible.

How to apply changes

To apply changes made by this property, do a Re-Build All.

Scope

Objects: Transaction, Web Panel
Platforms: Web(.Net, Java)

See Also

Specification Error Codes and Messages

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