When a Component is added to a BusinessProcess, one BPIteration is added automatically, together with BPIterationParams for all of the component???s parameters. This BPIteration does not have an Order. The test cannot be run until the order is set.
When additional iterations are added after the Component has been added, the BPIterationParams are not added automatically. They must be added in code or in the user interface for the BusinessProcess test to run.
Save changes to the object with BusinessProcess.Save, using the BusinessProcess object of which this is a child object.
|AddParam||Deprecated. Use BPIterationParamFactory of IBPIteration2. Add the specified BPParameter Object to the iteration.|
|DeleteIterationParams||Deprecated. Use BPIterationParamFactory of IBPIteration2. Delete all the parameters from the iteration.|
|DeleteParam||Deprecated. Use BPIterationParamFactory of IBPIteration2. Delete the specified BPParameter from the iteration.|
|LockObject||Locks the object. Returns True if the object has been changed on the server.|
|Post||Posts all changed values into database.|
|Refresh||Reads saved values, overwriting values in memory.|
|Undo||Undoes changes to field values that have not been posted.|
|UnLockObject||Unlocks the object.|
|AutoPost||If true, the database is updated immediately when the field value changes.|
|BPComponent||The BPComponent object of which this an iteration.|
|BPIterationParamFactory||The BPIterationParamFactory for this Business Process Iteration.|
|Field||The value of the specified field.|
|ID||The item ID.|
|IsLocked||Checks if object is locked for editing.|
|IterationParams||Deprecated. Use BPIterationParamFactory of IBPIteration2. The list of BPIterationParam objects associated with this iteration.|
|Modified||Checks if the item has been modified since last refresh or post operation. If true, the field properties on the server side are not up to date.|
|Order||The 0-based execution position of this iteration in the set of iterations of this component.|
|Virtual||Checks if this is a virtual item, that is, an item that does not have a corresponding database record.|