Overview and Key Concepts
The Rack is a subclass of the Storage Object. Most logic for the Rack is implemented as part of the Storage Object class. The main specialization of the Rack is that it defines bays in the X direction, and levels in the Z direction, in contrast to the Floor Storage class, which defines a grid of storage locations on the floor.
All racks, including gravity flow racks, push back racks, and drive in racks, implement a pick face that is on their "Y-" side. This means that items are generally meant to be picked from the side of the rack that faces its local negative Y direction. When using default visualizations, a standard rack will render cell supports for the pick face as orange, whereas the "back" face will have cell supports that are gray. For gravity flow and push back racks, the slots will be tilted slightly toward the pick face, as items flow toward that face.
See the Storage Object for information on events.
The Rack does not implement any states. Use the content graph to get statistics.
See the Storage Object for information on statistics.
See the Storage Object for information on properties panels.
The Rack shares several properties with the Storage Object:
Additionally, the Rack uses the following properties: