Parent-Child: Child Project

The Parent-Child: Child Project sample project is used for demonstrating the behavior of child projects in appRules. Child projects allow you to split very large projects into smaller projects to make them more manageable in the designer.

In this example, the project simply displays the values in the parent project at runtime using a single ViewRuntimeValues activity.

To create a child project, click the New button and select Child Workflow. as the project type. You must also select a Parent Project.


Notice that you get access to all the data fields, variables, arguments, etc. that have been defined in the parent project. Explore the configuration of the ViewRuntimeValues activity on the sample project to view the values that have been defined.

This project will be called by the parent project (Parent-Child: Parent Project) at runtime.

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