The EXTENTSIZE parameter is used to inform the SQL Query Optimizer of the approximate number of instances in the extent containing instances of this class.
For example, a class that expects to have about 1,000,000 instances should define:parameter EXTENTSIZE = 1000000;
Have this header and its MessageBody and SearchTable been archived to the Enterprise Message Bank already? Header=1, Body=2, SearchTable=4, all=7
This is a Get accessor method for the
The same as %Id(), but works even if the object hasn't been saved already
creates an error message response header from a request message header
Create a new request header
Create a response message header from a request message header
Log a warning in the Event Log; add to tSC status; set error/warning in a temp global as below:
Total error count is in subscript 0.
Errors while deleting message headers are in subscript 1.
Errors while deleting message bodies are in subscript 2.
Errors while deleting search table entries are in subscript 3.
Resend the message header identified by pOriginalHeaderId by constructing a copy of it and submitting the copy to its target queue. Optional arguments pNewTarget, pNewBody and pNewSource specify replacement values for key header properties. The Description property is updated with an annotation giving the original header ID. Finally the boolean pHeadOfQueue argument specifies whether the new header should be submitted at the end of the target queue or at the head of the line.
Resubmit the message header identified by pHeaderId to its target queue. Optional arguments pNewTarget and pNewBody specify replacement values for key header properties. If these are given, the Description property is updated with annotations giving the previous values. Finally the boolean pHeadOfQueue argument specifies whether the header should be resubmitted at the end of the target queue or at the head of the line.
set and immediately save the status field of this object