Exploring other named data macro parameter examples

In the previous section, you’ve seen an example of a macro calling named data macros, passing parameters to the named data macros, and then using values returned from the named data macros at the user interface layer using return variables. I’d like to highlight a few other macro examples that you can study on your own in the Back Office Software System web app (BOSS.app) and the Auctions web app (Auctions.app), which you can download from the book’s catalog page. I encourage you to open up the example views mentioned here to see how the macros are set up behind the view and view control events. You’ll no doubt get some more ideas and learn some new tricks to using macros to communicate with ...

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