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ConstructionComplete informs the
Application Runtime Environment that the application (and all the scripts defined within it) is now ready for execution after being loaded.
ConstructionComplete can only be used in the script that is triggered by the
StaticConstruction event. By using this action, one is indicating to the
Application Runtime Environment that the application should be enabled because pre-execution steps have been completed. After the application is first loaded and before
ConstructionComplete is invoked in the
StaticConstruction script, the other scripts defined in the application will remain disabled. All events routed to these scripts will be unhandled. Non-triggering events and asynchronous events routed to the
StaticConstruction script will still be processed as usual.
ConstructionComplete should be invoked in the
StaticConstruction script once all the logic required for application operation is complete.
There is no need to use
ConstructionComplete if the
StaticConstruction script is not defined for the application. In such an application, all scripts are enabled and ready for execution as soon as the
Application Runtime Environment loads the application.
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|Success||Indicates whether the |
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