My application had a complex initialization process with some filter table query count and out to display.
An accidental opportunity I fould the "Background Action".
Then I like to use it many places when I do not care how fast finished.(I think maybe it would give out more computing resources to the common action need to show faster.)
But there is only a "<Done>" in "Add Element" on Right-click it.
And a common trigger could not achieve all the ability like the "Control" trigger in common Action.
Cause the noting trigger could receive any datatype.
Unless drag a "Noting" onto the trigger.
I don't quite understand the operation mechanism. I wanna several questions.
Could "Background Action" be extensively used as Action? If it was used in "Service" on server-side, could this be used to alleviate performance problems? If the server was busy would this "Background Action" be delayed for a long time?
Could we give the right-click menu "Add Element" of "Background Action" a "Control" trigger of "nothing" datatype to make it quickly like common "Action"?
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