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Using ALL Program Entry Points in a Workspace within Decision Resolution

Using ALL Program Entry Points in a Workspace within Decision Resolution

Problem :

When using Decision Resolution to resolve program calls, is it possible to select from all program entry points available in the workspaces?

If the required entry point does not exist, how can the decision be resolved?

 

Resolution:

By default, the Available Objects are restricted to the Current Project, but this can be changed to use the whole workspace.

To change this...

- Open Decision Resolution - From the VIEW menu, click on the "RESTRICT TO CURRENT PROJECT" and uncheck it.

To show all available Objects of Type Program Entry Point,

- From the VIEW menu, click on the "AVAILABLE OBJECTS" or - use the F5 key on your keyboard.

This will open the panel with ALL available objects in it, that you can use.

If the required Program Entry Point is not listed, so cannot be used in the resolution, a "New Target" can be created.

 

Other related articles -

Using "LINK NEW TARGET" in Decision Resolution

Can the "LINK NEW TARGET" process be reversed in Decision Resolution

 

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