%ZEN.Mobile.RSS.Applicationpersistent class %ZEN.Mobile.RSS.Application
If a persistent class uses %Storage.Persistent then the DEFAULTGLOBAL parameter is used as the default global root for the values of the storage keywords COUNTERLOCATION, DATALOCATION, IDLOCATION, INDEXLOCATION and STREAMLOCATION in the active storage definition. DEFAULTGLOBAL is only used to generate location keyword values that are not already defined. The location value is constructed by adding a location type to the end of DEFAULTGLOBAL. For example, if DEFAULTGLOBAL = "^GL.Account" the compiler will generate DATALOCATION = ^GL.AccountD.
USEEXTENTSETis true, then DEFAULTGLOBAL is used as the default extent location.
The location types are:
Location Type COUNTERLOCATION C DATALOCATION D IDLOCATION D INDEXLOCATION I STREAMLOCATION S
This contains a short description of the application
The application manages a collection of Feeds
Together with the NameIndex, this property defines the primary key of this class enabling reference by name
This retreives a subscription by URL
Check to see if the application is already subscribed
Returns a list of subscriptions
Subscribe to a feed. Feed URL is required, an optional tag can be added which can be used to categorize the feed
UnSubscribe from a feed
Update All Subscriptions. This method will update all the subscriptions owned by this application by fetching the latest list of items and merging them into the database. If a timeout is supplied and exceeded the update will not fail, but report a TimedOut via the pTimedOut parameter. The total number of items updated is reported by the pItemsUpdated parameter
Update One Subscription. Given a URL defining a feed, fetch the current items for the feed. If the pPurgeCurrent flag is set to true, then the previously stored contents of the feed will be purged. You can also pass an output parameter to receive the time taken to perform the operation, an output parameter to receive the number of items updated. For advanced usages a timeout and pre-configured HttpRequest object can be passed ( for example for https access, a HttpObject preconfigured with credentials is required )