In Classes View, the Resource Editor displays the Class Members of the currently selected class instead of resources. Class Members are distinguished by their type (Data or Method) and scope (Public, Private, or Protected). Use the Class Member Editor to specify multiple members in each category, and add or edit Members.
Note: The attribute selections available on the Scope, Polymorphism, and Other Attributes tab panels vary depending on the currently selected code generation language.
Some cross-checking of selections occurs so that inappropriate selections are disabled. For example, if you are using C++ code generation, an initial static value is unavailable for methods and is disabled.
Parameter fields are available only when you select Method mode. For Data mode, the parameter fields are hidden. Static data members can provide initial values. For methods, the parameter fields allow you to enter argument types, parameter names, and, for C++ code generation, default values.
Note: The Class Member Editor is a valuable tool for specifying language-specific attributes to each added class member. However, although some cross-checking is performed to confirm the compatibility of your selections, the cross-checking is not exhaustive and is not intended to be a robust language checker.