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    Hello Christopher,

     

    creating a release of an application is basically only creating a new transport file which contains the release notes as its description and the newly made release will show up in the history of releases of that application. While there is no possibility to use the release feature for modules as of now, you could still do a versioning of your modules by creating your own transport that contains the specific module. Whenever a transport is created it automatically freezes the whole code base and configuration of the contained artifacts (whether it’d be a module, an application, a datatype, a role, a connector etc.) and you can later on revert back to an older version of your module if that’s necessary.

     

    I will gladly file a feature request for a release option for modules in a future Simplifier release though since I think it’s a good idea and should also exist to keep consistency between applications and modules. If you have any further ideas for possible extensions of Simplifier, please do not hesitate to insert them here: https://community.simplifier.io/forum/topic/feature-ideas/

     

    Thank you in advance and regards,

    Armin

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    Hello @Franz,

     

    thank you for your valuable feedback. We’ve created an internal feature request task that will now be evaluated and then later on prioritized as a feature to be developed for an upcoming Simplifier release. However, I want to ask you to please leave your future feature requests in the designated thread which you can find over her: https://community.simplifier.io/forum/topic/feature-ideas/

     

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    Hello all,

     

    passing on null values to a connector is currently only possible in a sort of indirect manner: You simply leave out that parameter whenever you execute the connector call from within a business object. If you pass on a whole struct to the connector and only want to have certain fields set as null whenever no user input was made, you need to handle that explicitly by setting the value of such fields in the struct as undefined. This will only work however, when the column of your table has its default value set to NULL since the undefined coming from the field of the struct will result in that field being ignored from the JDBC driver alltogether. Looking at your table configuration @anuragkumar you should be fine though.

     

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    Hello Palani,

    the file url given from the Content Repository can be converted to a blob by utilizing the function “readFileByUrl” of the client-side business object “SIMP_FileHelper”.

     

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    Hello,

    is this problem still occuring inside of your application? There should have been a fix for this problem included in hotfix 69 for Simplifier release 5.0 if I read our internal release notes correctly.

     

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    Hello,

    have you tried using backward slashes as escape character to your SQL statements (see also: https://www.w3schools.com/js/js_strings.asp)?

     

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    Hello Usman,

    is this query still ongoing? I think you will be able to implement a working table binding by now 😉 You missed checking the itemsTemplate property in your UI configuration. If that’s done you only need to take care of adding a proper template item to your table.

     

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    Hello Steven,

    as I see it here you don’t need interfaces at all for the communication between app and module but can handle all the logic inside your module that is loaded into your application’s ComponentContainer. You seem to have a form that can be edited and then saved. Which data would you expect to be transfered from the module to the application? Can you maybe describe your use case in a more detailed way? This would help a lot to find a solution to your problem.

     

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