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Organize and group actions when developing packages

  • Updated: 5/25/2021

    Organize and group actions when developing packages

    Review the provided examples on how to add and group actions during the package SDK development process.

    Example: Add actions
    @BotCommand
    
    //CommandPks adds required information to be dispalable on the UI.
    @CommandPkg(
    		//Unique name inside a package and a label to display.
    		name = "concatenate", label = "[[Concatenate.label]]", 
    		node_label = "[[Concatenate.node_label]]", description = "[[Concatenate.description]]", icon = "pkg.svg", 
    		
    		//Return type information. return_type ensures only the right kind of variable is provided on the UI. 
    		return_label = "[[Concatenate.return_label]]", return_type = STRING, return_required = true)
    Example: Group actions

    Use the group_label to ConcatenateGroup which it is displayed in the UI also as ConcatenateGroup. When the group_label is not used, you will get all the actions in the respective package.

    @BotCommand
    
    //CommandPks adds required information to be dispalable on the UI.
    @CommandPkg(
    		//Provide a unique name inside a package and a label to display.
    		group_label = "ConcatenateGroup", name = "concatenateWithGroup", label = "concatenateWithGroup",
    		node_label = "[[Concatenate.node_label]]", description = "[[Concatenate.description]]", icon = "pkg.svg", 
    		
    		//Return type information. return_type ensures only the right kind of variable is provided on the UI. 
    		return_label = "[[Concatenate.return_label]]", return_type = STRING, return_required = true)
    public class ConcatenateWithGroup {
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