- This function value is a string with the currently "selected language".
- This procedure sets the "selected language". The lang value should be a string with the language name, or a null-value to select the default language.
- This function value is a string with the currently selected time zone name. If no time zone is selected (the Server time offset is used), the function returns a null-value.
- This procedure sets the current time zone. The zoneName value should be a string with a known time zone name. If an unknown zone name is specified, or if the zoneName value is not a string, the no zone fictitious value is set, and the Server current time offset is used.
- This function retrieves the specified file from the current "environment" - such as the Real-Time Application environment.
- This function value is a datablock with the file content or a null-value if the specified file does not exist.
- This function retrieves the specified object from the specified WebUser skin's Text Dataset (or the Basic skin, if skinName is not specified). Object is specified by its tagName and index, where index can be either of:
- the entire object is returned;
- a string
- used as the key when the object is a dictionary;
- a number
- used as the index when the object is an array or a dictionary;
- an array
- elements are sequentially used as keys or indices through the object hierarchy.
- This function value is the object defined by the combination of tagName and index or a null-value if the specified object does not exist in the skin's Text Dataset.
- This procedure places the textual representation of the arg value into the Server Log.
- 00If the arg value is a null-value, the procedure decreases an internal integer profile level counter by 1, otherwise it increases it by 1.
- The profile level counter is set to zero when the program starts.
- When the profile level counter is positive, profiling records are placed into the Server Log when every user-defined and some built-in functions and procedures are entered and exited.
- This function executes the Command Line Interface (CLI) command.
- The arg value should be a string containing one CLI command.
- If the CLI command has been executed successfully, this function returns a null-value. Otherwise this function returns an error code string.
- If the CLI command has produced an output, it is placed into the Task variable executeCLIResult (it can be accessed as Vars().executeCLIResult.
- If the CLI command has failed, or it has not produced any output, this Task variable is assigned a null-value.
- This procedure copies its argument and stores is in the current Task descriptor.
- External modules and entities can retrieve this information from the Task descriptor.
- This procedure sends the arg value (which should be a string) to the External CDR Processor program.
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