Using the Workbench
Using the Object Workbench is pretty straightforward. From your class model, select the classes you wish to workbench. Drag them individually on to the Workbench window. You may have to choose a constructor if more than one exists. Then simply give the variable a name. The Object workbench prepares the required runtime, loads any required modules and instantiates the objects for you. Executing a method is a matter of selecting from a list. Parameters can be entered where required. Workbench objects themselves can be used as parameters either singly or as object arrays.
Access Analyzer | Object Workbench
Analyzer Script Requirements
An Analyzer Script is required that has been configured for debugging. It should specify this information:
- The debugger to match your project
- For Microsoft .NET, the location of the assembly that will be hosted by the Object Workbench.
- For Java, the location of the JDK and additional class paths to use
- Select intended workbench class and press . The source code should be displayed in a code editor.
- Press to build the project. The output from the build should show successful compilation.