See: PmaPrototype - Deatiled object description
The object represents a prototype (template folder), where multiple Pma
objects can be inserted. It is possible to create a tree structure of objects (beginning with PmaPrototype
object), that will constitute the content of the prototype. That is why it is similar to the PmaFolder
object, but the difference is that it does not represent a real object tree structure that exists in the running application. It exists only in the development environment and works as a prototype (template) for creation of copies of that prototype (during application start), by the PmaInstance
object (that represents the instance of such prototype content in the running application).
It is possible to create additional Pma
objects in the PmaPrototype
object (similar as in PmaRoot
This object can be created in objects: PmaRoot and PmaFolder (can not be created in the PmaPrototype object). Multiple objects of this type can be created in such objects.