Difference: ClientUserData (1 vs. 2)

Revision 22012-03-29 - JeanNeron

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APPX Client Feeding Custom Data into New Session

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Passing data to a Client Session

  This client setting allows you to pass custom data into a new Appx Client session.


Overview

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This client property allows you to pass custom data to the new Appx Session. This can work well with starting the client at a specific process and passing data into that process so it can start up with some meaningful context. Like a specific sales order.
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This client property allows you to pass custom data to the new Appx Session. This can work well with starting the client at a specific process and passing data into that process so it can start up with some meaningful context, for example, a specific sales order.
 

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-userData= any string of information. This data will show up on the server in an environment variable called client.userData.
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-userData= any string of information. To retrieve the data in your process, PASS 'pref.userData' to .CLIENT GET CONSTANT.
 

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Revision 12012-03-29 - PeteBrower

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META TOPICPARENT name="APPX510Features"

APPX Client Feeding Custom Data into New Session

This client setting allows you to pass custom data into a new Appx Client session.


Overview

This client property allows you to pass custom data to the new Appx Session. This can work well with starting the client at a specific process and passing data into that process so it can start up with some meaningful context. Like a specific sales order.

Usage:

-userData= any string of information. This data will show up on the server in an environment variable called client.userData.

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