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  1. Browse Tags

    This code example is intended to be run within Gateway scope, and assumes that the GatewayContext object is available. To run from a Designer or client, see this guide to create an RPC object. private void browseTags() throws Exception { IgnitionGateway context = IgnitionGateway.get(); GatewayTagManager
  2. Copy, Move and Rename Tags

    This code example is intended to be run within Gateway scope, and assumes that the GatewayContext object is available. To run from a Designer or client, see this guide to create an RPC object. private void copyMoveRenameTag() throws Exception { IgnitionGateway context = IgnitionGateway.get(); GatewayTagManager
  3. Key Design Concepts

    the project management system (ProjectManager in the gateway context), which in turn uses the PersistentRecord system mentioned above. The project management system … it with the context on setup, and notify the manager of the state on startup and shutdown: public class AdvancedCalculationEngineGatewayHook extends
  4. Programming for the Gateway

    , there are a few life cycle functions that must be implemented:  setup(GatewayContext context) Gives the module a chance to register objects with the platform
  5. BeanInfo Classes

    { public void startup(DesignerContext context, LicenseState activationState) throws Exception { context.addBeanInfoSearchPath("com.example.mymodule.beaninfos
  6. Storing data with PersistentRecords

    that the table can be created. This is done using the SchemaUpdater provided by the gateway context, and is normally done in the startup function of the module or class that uses the record: public void setup(GatewayContext context) {  context.getSchemaUpdater().updatePersistentRecords(MySettingsRecord.META
  7. Working with Platform Services

    for a specific task, though for most uses, the general execution manager provided by the gateway context should suffice. Registering Executable Tasks Anything … provides a single abstracted layer that hides the differences between them. The OPCManager, accessible through the gateway context, provides the ability to Browse
  8. Adding Scripting Functions

    , causes it not to be displayed in the context-sensitive help. @ScriptFunction(docBundlePrefix) Defines the root prefix for the externalized documentation
  9. SDK Example Modules

    the Alarming System- The example shows how to use the context in a notification block to create a message and send a notification. Note that in order to log
  10. Create Tags

    This code example is intended to be run within Gateway scope, and assumes that the GatewayContext object is available. To run from a Designer or client, see this guide to create an RPC object. private void createTags() throws Exception { IgnitionGateway context = IgnitionGateway.get(); GatewayTagManager