The Dynamic qualifier indicates a class whose instances are created dynamically. The value of this qualifier must be set to TRUE.
The Dynamic qualifier must be specified on all classes that contain data and for which instances are created dynamically. The Provider qualifier is typically also specified to identify the provider responsible for supplying the data.
Classes that contain only methods that need implementation do not require the Dynamic qualifier. Only the Provider qualifier is required to specify the name of the provider to supply the implementation.
All classes derived from a dynamic class must be dynamic. You cannot derive a static class from a dynamic class.
When Dynamic is specified on a property of an instance, the PropertyContext qualifier must also be specified.
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