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Compiling Single Objects or Groups of Objects
You can compile a single object or a group of top-level objects of the same type. For example, if you modify the UI for several applets, rather than compiling entire projects, you can compile only the applets that have changed.
NOTE: Some repository objects have to be in the production database to function correctly. By default, these objects have their no compile flag set to TRUE, thus, they do not get compiled into the .srf file. Of particular interest are those objects that can be configured. These include Assignment Objects and their children, Workflow Policy Objects and their children, Dock Objects and their children, and EIM Interface Table objects and their children. Other objects that are not configurable but still need to be present in the production database for customer to use various admin and batch processes include Schema Maintenance objects, Server Component objects and User Key Attribute objects.
To compile single objects or a group of objects
- In the Object List Editor, select an object or group of objects of a given object type (for example, applet).
- Right-click and then choose Compile.
The Object Compiler dialog box displays the list of selected objects.
- In the Object Compilier dialog box, click Browse and then select the appropriate SRF file.
- Click Compile.
The objects are compiled to the SRF file you specified. The changes are immediately available in any instances of the Web client that are reading the SRF file. For more information, see Testing Changes on Your Local Machine.