I was just doing that when you were posting your comment. Thankyou very much for your help. When you say that I'm not following the naming conventions, is that because I am using the same name for the class type and the list, but in different case?
I'm sorry for the stupid questions but I am very new
It's not a stupid question. Yes, the name for your classes start with lower letters. That is because the name of the property collides with the name of the class. But you should name the property Batches instead, because it's a list of batches, not a single batch.
public String Code;
public String Description;
public List<Batch> Batches;
public Int64 Cost;
public Int64 Rebate;
public Int64 Freight;
Then you should mention than and marked the threads resolved so that we don't waste the time providing answers that you already have.
or so that we know we can find an answer there. it would be so cool if everyone did that
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