When creating a plugin, report, or script in O-Calc Pro it is helpful to be able to store information such as state, history, or keys identifying external data sources directly in the PPLX elements. O-Calc Pro provides a mechanism for this in the form of the Working Data Store (WDS). The WDS is a free form ..
When creating scripts and plugins it is sometimes convenient to be able to process a tokenized template and fill in selected values from calculated values or form attributes on the structure. Some examples of this is the default file name template that allows the user to format the default file name of a PPLX file, ..
O-Calc Pro allows the use of scripting to automate repetitive tasks, to perform structure verifications, and for other tasks. The use of the scripting system is covered in detail in the manual, through training videos, and in other articles. The purpose of this article is to detail the steps involved in configuring the scripting system ..
O-Calc Pro provides a complete set of routines for performing all of the units conversion that might be required by O-Calc developers. It is important to understand that the stored units and the displayed units in O-Calc Pro are not always the same. The integrated Schema Explorer tool allows you to find the name and ..
When creating O-Calc scripts and plugins it is often the case that the developer / user would like to be able to perform operations on a large number of poles in a batch operation, perhaps as an un-attended operation. The O-Calc scripting and plugins API provides a convenient way to allow this to be done ..