Event Subscriptions

  • Event Subscriptions

    Posted by Kim Dallefeld, MVP on December 5, 2016 at 12:14 pm
    • Kim Dallefeld


      December 5, 2016 at 12:14 PM

      In the Sessions List Page, there is a button for Event Subscriptions. Does anyone have an explanation what this is about and/or what is can be used for. There are several fields but nothing that seems of value except number of calls.

      Thank you, in advance, for any insight.

      Kim Dallefeld
      NAV Consultant
      Ft Worth, TX

    • Matt Traxinger


      December 5, 2016 at 6:43 PM

      For developers, you normally just look at the code, see which functions get called, and you can tell what’s going on. That’s not the case with events. The old way you would have a function that calls another function. Now you have a function that calls an Event and that event doesn’t have any code in it. It has subscriptions.

      The easiest way to tell what all of the subscriptions are is to filter on the correct Publish Object ID / Published Function. Then you can see all of the possibilities for code that could be executing.

      Matt Traxinger
      NAV Developer
      ArcherPoint Inc.
      San Antonio TX

    • David Machanick


      December 6, 2016 at 12:48 PM

      And if you want to see what code is being executed without stepping thru the debugger, then turn on code coverage in the Windows Client.

      David Machanick
      Garland TX

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