Encapsulation in JavaScript

This will be my last post in the “JavaScript for (C/)AL Developers” series today. If I continued blogging about nearly pure JavaScript stuff, you could reasonably ask if this is in fact an NAV blog or a JavaScript one. It’s still NAV, and while the stuff I am about to write about is purely a JavaScript concept, I find it highly relevant for any control add-in developer. So, hold my beer, and bear with me for another one.

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Passing JSON from JavaScript to C/AL

If you read my last postabout how to pass objects from C/AL to JavaScript, you must have wondered if it’s possible to also pass objects from JavaScript back to C/AL.

Wonder no more. It is. And here’s how.

Again, a bit of theory. JavaScript uses JSON to represent objects. Any object that resides in memory of a JavaScript runtime environment can be represented as JSON. For example:

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Passing strongly typed data to a JavaScript control add-in

Many cool things often go undocumented. I’ve just stumbled upon one of those, and it comes in handy to close this year of blogging.

Imagine this situation: you have a server-side .NET object, that you want to pass on to the client. With the .NET System.Windows.Forms-based objects, you have to make the object serializable, deploy the object to the client-side Add-in folder, and then set the RunOnClient property on the C/AL variable to Yes.

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