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GenericBusinessClient is interesting only for programmers. If you are not familliar with C# programming you should not waste time with reading this document. When writing applications you often have to setup a main window, tool bar, configuration file and a engine that allows for switching between different frames within your application. If you have those problems than GenericBusinessClient may be an option for you. All you have to do is: - create a new .NET component library - Reference #Accessory.dll and #Accessory.GenericBusinessClient.exe from the program files folder - Write a new class that derives from #Accessory.GenericBusinessClient.Plugging.Plugin - Create a config file with .gbcc extension (an example can be found at the end of this document) - Launch #Accessory.GenericBusinessClient.exe passing the full path to your config file or just double-click your config file In your plugin class you can: - Add your own controls using the Control property - Read and write settings using the Configuration property in the OnLoad, OnReady or OnRelease method - Show tool buttons, see GetToolButtons method - Make your plugin a homepage of the application, see GetHomePageInfo method - switch to another plugin, see ShowPlugin method (use full names, e.g. "MyLib.MyClass") - prevent the application from closing by overriding the OnProgramClosing method Example config file: <?xml version="1.0" standalone="yes"?> <GenericBusinessClient.Configuration Version="1.0"> <WindowState>Normal</WindowState> <Language>English</Language> <BackgroundImage>PATH_TO_BACKGOUND_IMAGE</BackgroundImage> <PluginFolder>PATH_TO_PLUGIN_ASSEMBLIES</PluginFolder> <WindowBounds X="0" Y="0" Width="1024" Height="768" /> <BannerImage>PATH_TO_BANNER_IMAGE</BannerImage> <Icon>PATH_TO_ICON_FILE</Icon> </GenericBusinessClient.Configuration> - Icon, BannerImage and BackgroundImage are optionally, you can leave this fields empty - pathes may contain environment variables: - e.g.: %ProgramFiles% - see System.Environment.SpecialFolder enumeration - environment variables are case sensitive
Source: Readme.txt, updated 2013-11-03