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You can create a new object by selecting File > New > Object in the GeneXus main menu:



  • Ctrl+N
  • New Icon

Next, a dialog like the following will be displayed so that you can select which type of object you want to create:


Note that the objects are grouped by categories. So, as you select a category, you will see other types of objects to create.

Regardless of the type of object you are creating, you will be asked to enter the following: 

  • Name: Specifies the object's name (string).

    A default name is suggested for the object to be created. It consists of the object type as a prefix plus a sequential number that is increased in successive creations; e.g.: Transaction1, Transaction2, etc.

The Significant object name length property determines the valid length name. Note that the name cannot contain blank spaces. Names may be made up of alphabetic, numeric, and underscore '_' characters, starting with an alphabetic character.

  • Description: Describes the object's function with a brief description (string).

    The total Description's length cannot exceed 256 characters; spaces can be nested within the description.

This description will be used later, for example, as the title or as a description in menus to execute the object.

  • Module/Folder: Indicates in which Module or Folder you want to create the object.

See Also

GeneXus objects

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