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This object represents an input integration object, open for reading, that is contained in the integration message. The integration object has a name and contains zero or more instances of actual integration objects. Integration object instances are accessed one at a time, similar to accessing database records. Each instance has a primary integration component that contains data and every subordinate integration components. This object provides the Exists, FirstInstance, GetPrimaryIntComp, and NextInstance methods.
This method returns the primary integration component of the active instance of the integration object. Table 22 presents the parameter for this method.
This method always returns an input primary integration component object, even if the component does not exist. Call the Exists method on the returned object to test for this condition. If there is no active instance, a call to this method raises an error.
Moves to the next integration object instance and makes it the active instance. This method returns true if the instance exists, or false if there are no more instances. If neither the NextInstance or the FirstInstance method has been called previously, the NextInstance method moves to the first instance in the message.
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