Saving User Selections
As you have seen in the other chapters, storing user selections is an important part of creating a useful task. The task lifecycle (described in Chapter 4, “Meet the Custom Task APIs”) relies on these saved settings when it comes time to generate a SAS program and repopulate the user interface.
Like many of the other examples, this task example relies on a settings class in .NET programming to save the values of the user selections in an XML format.
The task in this chapter is a simple task with just a few user selections to remember:
Because this task supports a task-specific filter, you also need to remember the filter ...