Worker Objects - $completed where?

David McKeone david at
Mon Aug 11 15:03:14 EDT 2014

HI Ben,

All of that is correct.

You create an object class that inherits from the worker external class.  You then create the method $completion and $cancelled in the object class that you’ve created. 

 $completed has a row has the first parameter, which all of your results come back in.


;; Parameters
;; pReturn  Row
;; Local
;; list    List

Calculate list as pReturn.Results.1.1

David McKeone
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On Aug 11, 2014, at 2:44 PM, Ben Butler <ben.butler at> wrote:

> Hi,
> I must be being a bit slow.  With the SQL Worker Objects, where does the $completed and $cancelled methods go.  I have put them in the object that contains the methods that call $init and $start and they dont get called...?  Do they go inside the Worker Object itself, but they are not shown in the interface manager for that object variable and how would I assign their contents anyway.  The worker object has a status of kWorkerStateCompleted after calling $start, but I am a bit of a loss for where the call back is going?
> Ben
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