Inserting data using access beans

You can use access beans to create new data as part of your business logic.

To create new data, use any access bean constructor with one or more arguments. You can then set any additional data on the bean using the provided setters, and call the commitCopyHelper() method.

The following code example creates a new fulfillment center:

//Create a new fullment center record.
FulfillmentCenterAccessBean fcab = new FulfillmentCenterAccessBean(ownerId, fflname);
//Set additional data on the access bean.
//Commit the inventory operation flags update
Tip: You do not need to call commitCopyHelper() if you create the record using only the constructor, and do not call additional setters.