SubStacks and message path
keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk
Sat Jun 4 06:36:39 EDT 2011
Problem solved - I dropped the Login substack in favour of the simpler solution of a card in the MainStack.
Now the SOAP substack is in its message path - and I can put off learning send and dispatch for another day!
On 4 Jun 2011, at 09:07, Keith Clarke wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I'm using a substack 'Credentials' as a dialogue box to capture login credentials for a web service (tUsername, tPassword).
> A second 'SOAP' substack acts as a library managing the various POST messages for the web service, including a function login pUsername pPassword
> If I attempt to use 'do login(tUsername, tPassword)' in a button on the Credential's substack, the script throws errors - so I'm assuming that the SOAP substack is not in the Credentials substack's message path.
> So, I'm trying the call function for the first time, but get errors with call login(tUsername, tPassword) of stack "SOAP"
> Any clues as to what I'm dong wrong?
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