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The Synergy Method Catalog identifies each Synergy subroutine or function that you want to be able to call remotely and the ELB or shared image in which it can be found. For Java and .NET clients, routines are assigned a method name that is used by the client application, and then grouped into interfaces. (See Understanding routine name, method name, and method ID for more information.) The SMC also provides detailed information on the type and length of the input and output parameters as well as the type and length of the function results that are transmitted back to the client.
Data in the Synergy Method Catalog is used to create JAR files for use with xfNetLink Java and assemblies for use with xfNetLink .NET. In addition, SMC data is used by xfServerPlus to do the following:
The SMC consists of the files cdt.is? and cmpdt.is?. You cannot change these filenames, but you can create additional SMCs in separate directories if desired. (See Defining multiple Synergy Method Catalogs.)
The SMC files must be located on the machine running xfServerPlus.
There are two ways to populate the SMC with data about your routines: