This class provides a way for users of previous versions of Task Manager to
easily migrate their tasks which were based on 'ExecuteCode'. It is shown as
a 'Task type' in the Task Scheduler Wizard so that users may enter their code there.
Note that all new user-defined tasks should be created by subclassing %SYS.Task.Definition and editing the OnTask() method. See examples in the [SAMPLES]Sample.Task and Sample.Task* classes.
This defines the user-visible name of this task; This is defined in subclasses.
The value of this property is used as the argument to an XECUTE command when OnTask is run. The user may also set the value of the variable "Status" to a return code if they wish.
Note that this is provided only for backwards compatibility. All new user-defined tasks should be created by subclassing %SYS.Task.Definition and editing the OnTask() method.
This method is responsible for executing the task.
At the scheduled time, the Task Manager creates an instance of this object, sets any property values using the stored "settings" for the task, and then invokes this method to execute the task.
The user's code may set the value of "Status" to return a status code.