(Update, 20.4.2015: As it turns out - this post is not entirely accurate, as pointed out by Johannes Sebastian. Please read the next post to learn more about which parts…
One of those is overloading. In C#, this is a no-brainer:
Too bad all this is not documented, but hey – that’s why blogging is fun.
Wonder no more. It is. And here’s how.
Many cool things often go undocumented. I’ve just stumbled upon one of those, and it comes in handy to close this year of blogging.
Imagine this situation: you have a server-side .NET object, that you want to pass on to the client. With the .NET System.Windows.Forms-based objects, you have to make the object serializable, deploy the object to the client-side Add-in folder, and then set the RunOnClient property on the C/AL variable to Yes.