Tutorial by Topics: actions



The Actions class gives us a way of emulating precisely how a user would interact with a web page/elements. Using an instance of this class you can describe a series of actions, such as clicking, double-clicking, dragging, pressing keys, etc. Once these actions are described, in order to carry the actions out, you must call must build the actions (.Build()) and then instruct them to be performed (.Perform()). So we must describe, build, perform. The examples below will expand upon this.

A deep understanding of how Transaction searches function is crucial knowledge for every NetSuite developer, but the default behaviour of these searches, and controlling that behaviour, can be quite confusing initially.

AppleScript is able to retrieve the URL of the current tab of a browser.

ActiveRecord Transactions are protective blocks where sequence of active record queries are only permanent if they can all succeed as one atomic action.

Share information between different directives and components.

Examples how to call bound and unbound actions.

Note that in a bound function the full function name includes the namespace Microsoft.Dynamics.CRM. Functions that aren't bound must not use the full name.

Transactions provide a mechanism to coordinate between multiple parties that might be accessing the same data at the same time. These "parties" might be different instances of the same code like different users running the same application or nodes in a server cluster, parts of the same program or event different programs like an administration application, a "end user" application and/or "backend" server logic.


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