Using the Caché Gateway for .NET
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Preface : 
 
 
Chapter 1: 
  1.1 Using Proxy Classes
1.2 Using Wrapper Classes with .NET APIs
1.3 Creating and Running a Gateway Server
1.4 Importing Proxy Classes
1.5 The .NET Gateway API
Chapter 2: 
  2.1 Using the New Object Gateway Form
2.2 Defining Server Properties Programmatically
2.3 Gateway Server Versions
Chapter 3: 
  3.1 Starting the Server
3.1.1 Starting a Server from the Command Prompt
3.2 Connecting to a Server Thread
3.2.1 The Gateway.%Connect() Method
3.3 Disconnecting and Stopping the Server
3.4 Monitoring and Debugging the Gateway
3.4.1 Error Checking
3.4.2 Troubleshooting
Chapter 4: 
  4.1 Using the Studio .NET Gateway Wizard
4.2 Generating Proxy Classes Programmatically
4.2.1 %Import() Method
4.2.2 %GetAllClasses() Method
4.2.3 %ExpressImport() Method
Chapter 5: 
  5.1 Compiling and Running the .NET Test Project
5.1.1 Compiling the .NET Assembly
5.1.2 Creating and Running the Server
5.1.3 Generating Caché Proxy Classes
5.1.4 Running the Caché DotNet.Test Examples
5.2 Source Code for the Test Class
5.2.1 Test() Method
5.2.2 The TestArrays() Method
Chapter 6: 
  6.1 Assembly and Class Names
6.2 Primitives
6.3 Properties
6.4 Methods
6.4.1 Overloaded Methods
6.4.2 Method Names
6.4.3 Static Methods
6.5 Constructors
6.6 Constants
6.7 OUT and REF Parameters
6.8 .NET Arrays
6.9 Recasting
6.10 .NET Standard Output Redirection
6.11 Restrictions