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This sounds like it could be an issue with caching (at the browser level rather than at the CSPGateway level, given that the page loads just fine in a different browser). Perhaps try clearing the cache in the Android browser then reloading the page?

"Why?" (a good question) and "Don't do that!" aside, here's a technical answer: override %OnDetermineClass to allow instances of the parent class to be treated as the subclass in question. For example:

The %System/%System/RoutineChange audit event is the only thing other than a source control hook that comes to mind. That's handy for detecting source code changes after the fact (when a class is compiled), but not intercepting attempts to change source code via an editor. What's your specific use case?

After further review, I'm really not sure why the first/second queries don't use the index. The problem with the last query is that %Key is the index in the list, not anything about Tag itself.

Here's a solution that performs well in my testing:

It's not the prettiest, but I think the simplest solution would be to avoid navigating to the parent object entirely:

  • Add a Foobar property to EmbedObj.
  • Via a row/object trigger in ContainerObj, propagate changes to Foobar to EmbedObj_Foobar.
    • As an initial step for data population in existing records, run SQL: update ContainerObj set EmbedObj_Foobar = Foobar
  • Base your SQLComputeCode on the copy of Foobar in the serial class.

Re: extending method keywords, you can't do that at this time, but a useful approximation is structuring a comment - for example:

/// @MyKeyword MyValue
ClassMethod TestOne()
    // Implementation

And then looking at the %Dictionary.MethodDefinition / %Dictionary.CompiledMethod documentation in a generator method. (But it looks like you might already be on to that with @AutoGenerated.)

Re: making first compilation work, this works for me, by making the first compilation automatically trigger a second one when needed:

If you want to count (or otherwise traverse) all the elements in a multidimensional array, you can use $Query - here's a sample with method that does that: