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Using Command Hooks
These functions are available only through edit object.
Standard or iHooks configured to be manually invoked are called Command Hooks. If there are three or fewer command hooks associated with the object, then the hook name will be displayed. Otherwise, you will see Command Hook drop-down list box, which will display the hooks associated with the object.
To execute a hook, you must select the records depending on the cardinality of the hook. If the cardinality is 0, no record needs to be selected and the hook can be executed by simply clicking on the hook name. One record must be selected for cardinality 1 and any number of records can be selected for cardinality n before executing the respective hooks.
Note: Hooks are commands that invoke external stored procedures.
For more information about hooks, see Developing for webMethods OneData.

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