Thanks a lot! It does help me to understand the basics. I need one clarification –
.Send “sends” a message to parent Controller’s. (Only a Controller can respond to Send.)
You are probably more used to receiving these messages. For example, when you define an On_… method to respond to a button. The button is doing .Send(“On_…”)
When you say parent, you do not mean the parent from which the Controller inherits, do you? What I understood was that by parent you mean the Controller in which the particular controller is contained. In my case, StockEntryTradeShowControl inherits from PassthruController. However, when StockEntryTradeShowControl is used, it is used inside
So StockEntryTradeShowControl is actually code written in StockEntryTradeShowControl + those methods in PassthroughController and its parent of inheritance which are not overridden in StockEntryTradeShowControl and by its parent you mean Vert and Access, in this particular example. Did I get it right?