Jul 04, 2017 - 02:20 AM
->For example, the parent claim has a data transform called SetDefaults. This data transform sets values common to the subclasses. The subclasses have a data transform with the same name. This data transform sets any values specific to the subclasses. If properties are specified in both the super and child classes, the data transform in the subclass overwrites anything already set by the data transform in the superclass.
->You must select the Call superclass data transform option to cause the system to invoke data transforms with the same name in any of its parent classes before the data transform get invoked itself.