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  • Updated on: May 10, 2017

    The Resource Class

    To avoid the need for direct interaction with the database (and therefore allow the use of myriad databases within the product) all DB interaction has been abstracted through the use of several 'Resource' classes. Each of these classes represents a single type of resource in the system that one might want to interect with, a table, user, or field type, for example.

    These resource classes contain several helpful functions designed to facilitate any need to create / modify / delete information within the database(s).

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  • Updated on: Jul 06, 2016

    Connector Template

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  • Updated on: Nov 10, 2014

    Jobs

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  • Updated on: Nov 10, 2014

    Notifications

    Notification endpoints & methods:

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