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Old 19th December 2017, 14:21
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#include "itcmcs2000"
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Hi,

I'm new for LN Programming... While I refer the existing script, the #include "itcmcs2000" is included in many script... Can I know when we use this script for a specific task?

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Old 19th December 2017, 15:58
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Hi,

I'm new for LN Programming... While I refer the existing script, the #include "itcmcs2000" is included in many script... Can I know when we use this script for a specific task?

Thanks in advance,
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Hello,
a piece out of itcmcs2000
Code:
|* This DAL support include is a generic solution of handling the Date Access
|* Layer (DAL)
|* Macro's are available to support:
|*	- Business methods
|*	- progress indicators
|*	- technical and functional errorhandling
|*
|* The following BM public support macro`s are available:
|*
|* START.BUSINESS.METHOD.UI(CLS,FNC,IFE,TXT[, scsm function arguments
|*						seperated by comma's])
|*		macro for starting a Business Method from GUI
|*		creates a standard progress indicator, starts BM, handles

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If you own source code you can look at it to see what the include file has in it. If you do not own source code then be careful - since you should not have these include file source scripts. Include files can be useful for things like common declarations (or even functions) to be used in multiple sessions.
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Thanks so much for your information... I think that it's equivalent to the header file in C language.. We are include the predefined or our own header file according the process held in C Language....... Similarly I think the same concept is used in Baan Programming... Am I correct?

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I think so from what I recall from C - been 25 years since I looked at C or C++.
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Pralash,

Yes. It can be considered as C like headers but with its usage limited to declarations mostly and sometimes functions.

A DLL on the other hand can be considered more like C header which can have capabilities of doing complicated tasks.
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