Command URL

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In the dispatch framework, every possible user action is defined as an executable command, and every possible visualization as a reflection of something that is exposed by the component is defined as an attribute. Every executable command and every attribute is a feature of the office component, and the dispatch framework gives every feature a name called command URL. It is represented by a struct.

Command URLs are strings that follow the protocol_scheme:protocol_specific_part pattern. Public URL schemes, such as file: or http can be used here. Executing a request with a URL that points to a location of a document means that this document is loaded. In general, both parts of the command URL can be arbitrary strings, but a request cannot be executed if there is an object that does not know how to handle its command URL.

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