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Opalis Quick Integration Kit Command Line Interface Wizard > Testing an Assembly

Testing an Assembly
After you have created an assembly, you can test it using the Invoke .Net object to verify that it works as expected before converting it into a custom Integration Pack.
To test an assembly:
Open the Client, create a Policy, and drag and drop the Invoke .Net object into the workspace. The Invoke .Net object is part of the Quick Integration Kit Integration Pack.
Double-click the Invoke .Net object to view the Properties dialog.
In the Library field, browse for the assembly file that you created using the Command Line Interface Wizard by clicking the ellipsis button (...) to the right of the field.
Click the ellipsis button to the right of the Class field to browse for the classes in the assembly, select a class, and click OK. Parameters for this class appear in the Properties section of the dialog.
Provide the information for each parameter and click Finish.
Drag and drop a Send Popup object (in the Notification category) into the workspace and create a link from the Invoke .Net object to the Send Popup object.
Double-click the Send Popup object to view the Properties dialog.
In the User or computer field, type the name of the computer you are using.
In the Message field, insert the Command Line Published Data item from the Invoke .Net object and click Finish.
Check the Policy in and start it. The Send Popup object displays the contents of the class in the prompt. If the information does not appear as expected, follow the instructions in Editing an Assembly and make corrections to your assembly. If you are satisfied with the results, follow the instructions in Converting Assemblies into Custom Integration Packs to convert the assembly into a custom Integration Pack.
Repeat steps 1 to 10 for each class that you want to test.

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