Alright, let me explain.
I was demonstrating a customization my team yesterday and I had to change some code to show a Window on a Button Click event. The only code I had to change in that event script was to add the following statement:
open window [Window_Name];
And even a Non-Dexterity developer would tell us that the above statement do not contain any error, unless the window [Window_Name] do not exist at all. But in my case it did.
I SAVED the code and closed the Project. Created a Chunk and deployed it. To my confusion, the code piece that I added never worked. I was confused to say the least. Why not? I did add the code and created the chunk.
That’s where I made a mistake. I SAVED the code instead of COMPILING it. Only when we compile a Dexterity Code, it gets effective. Saving the code won’t affect the business logic and it would not have reflected in the chunk on that portion.
So, SAVING a code is totally different from COMPILING a code.