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A type parameter allows the author of the logic to import or reference
- Types (class) definition
to the logic, so they can be accessed during the logic execution.
Some use-cases are:
- When you need to instantiate an object
- When you need to access a static method of a type
- When you need to import the methods of a type (class) as global functions in a logic
First, it required referencing the assembly in your project.
Project --> Properties --> References
Then under the Type Definition of your document, the assembly can be loaded.
You can also browse the assembly using Type Browser.
In defining types, you have to set your path which points to your type, including the namespace and name of it. This will create an element for using a command to define a type of reference in logic.