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  • 7 August 2020
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Hi,

I’m new to IFS.

I can see these lines are in Event Actions

General_SYS.Init_Method(lu_name_, 'SUP_BANK_ACCT4', 'Unblock_Sup_Pay_Address', TRUE);  
Client_SYS.Clear_Attr(attr_);
Client_SYS.Add_To_Attr('BLOCKED_FOR_USE', 'FALSE', attr_ );

It seems these are system defined fuctions, If I want to understand these type of all fuctions/methods, where can I get? any docs or links or tools?

 

Thanks,

Narsi.

 

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Best answer by dsj 7 August 2020, 11:29

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I’d be interested in any docos too. So far I’ve had to discover them myself manually by trawling through the System Info panel, or by other people telling me little bits and pieces as I go along.

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Hi @Narsi ,

 

If you are new to IFS, IFS documentation is the best place to start with.

For your question, there’s decent explanation about IFS system defined functions and their usage is defined here.

https://wit.ifsworld.com/f1docs/apps10/Foundation1/050_development/040_core_server/027_base_server_dev/030_mechanisms/

 

To understand how everything works underneath, debug console is the best tool to start with.Open the debug console aside and then do some transaction in IFS. You can see which server calls made with parameters in the console. By this way it’s easy to understand the IFS call sequence.

 

Cheers!

Damith

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Hi @dsj 

Thanks for your replay

Your link is redirecting to this page. I do not have login deatails for this. To see your link, do I need login details for it? If so how can I get?

Thnaks,

Narsi.

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Hi @dsj 

Thanks for your replay

Your link is redirecting to this page. I do not have login deatails for this. To see your link, do I need login details for it? If so how can I get?

Thnaks,

Narsi.

 

Hi @Narsi ,

 

If you have a IFS portal account, then you can login with that credentials

Username: corpnet\<IFS Portal account id>

 

Otherwise, you can check the same in your local IFS technical documentation in the given path

 

Cheers!

Damith

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@dsj  thanks

I can see that now.

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This might also help:

https://docs.ifs.com/techdocs/Foundation1/050_development/040_core_server/027_base_server_dev/030_mechanisms/

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This might also help:

https://docs.ifs.com/techdocs/Foundation1/050_development/040_core_server/027_base_server_dev/030_mechanisms/

 

Nice! Seems it’s public and therefore really useful :sunglasses:

 

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