The processors Polygon and Area are implemented by the bridge-example which comes with KeyValue. This bridge is intent to be used only as an example, and should not be linked with more serious applications (yours). Therefore, these processors will not be available. However, a few processors are implemented by KeyValue itself and not by the bridge library. See the Reserved Processors sheet of the example workbook for examples of reserved processors.
This processor builds a logger where KeyValue sends messages to. The input data set should contain the following keys:
Compulsory key that defines the type of logger. Possible values are:
Standard" - messages are sent to
Console" - messages are displayed in a
console window; and
File" - messages are saved in a
Compulsory key that defines the logger's verbosity level. Any non negative integer number is an allowed value.
Loggers receive messages with verbosity levels. A m-level logger shows a n-level message if m>n or the message is an error. Otherwise the message is ignored. Therefore, a 0-level logger ignores all but error messages.
This key is compulsory when Device is
File" and ignored in other cases. It specifies the
output file name.
The core library can use different loggers for different
purposes. Hence, users are able to build many loggers at the
same time. However, all KeyValue messages are sent to the global
logger. This key can assume the values
FALSE and tells KeyValue if the new logger must
replace the current global logger.
This processor does not have any specific key. It returns the number of data sets currently stored by the repository. This processor is a command and the Excel add-in provides a menu entry to call this processor.
This processor does not have any specific key. It returns a vector with the names of data sets currently stored in the repository.
Deletes a list of data sets from the repository. Only one key is expected:
This is an optional key which list the names of all data sets to be erased. If this key is ommited, then all data sets will be removed.
This processor returns the number of data sets that were effectively deleted from the repository. This processor is a command and the Excel add-in provides a menu entry (named) to call this processor.