PidTagPropertyDescriptor

PidTagPropertyDescriptor class

Class contains property description information.

public class PidTagPropertyDescriptor : PropertyDescriptor

Constructors

Name Description
PidTagPropertyDescriptor(long) Initializes a new instance of the PidTagPropertyDescriptor class A property that is defined by a 16-bit property ID and a 16-bit property type. The property ID for a tagged property is in the range 0x001 � 0x7FFF. Property IDs in the range 0x8000 � 0x8FFF are reserved for assignment to named properties
PidTagPropertyDescriptor(int, PropertyDataType) Initializes a new instance of the PidTagPropertyDescriptor class A property that is defined by a 16-bit property ID and a 16-bit property type. The property ID for a tagged property is in the range 0x001 � 0x7FFF. Property IDs in the range 0x8000 � 0x8FFF are reserved for assignment to named properties
PidTagPropertyDescriptor(string, int, PropertyDataType) Initializes a new instance of the PidTagPropertyDescriptor class A property that is defined by a 16-bit property ID and a 16-bit property type. The property ID for a tagged property is in the range 0x001 � 0x7FFF. Property IDs in the range 0x8000 � 0x8FFF are reserved for assignment to named properties
PidTagPropertyDescriptor(string, string, long) Initializes a new instance of the PidTagPropertyDescriptor class A property that is defined by a 16-bit property ID and a 16-bit property type. The property ID for a tagged property is in the range 0x001 � 0x7FFF. Property IDs in the range 0x8000 � 0x8FFF are reserved for assignment to named properties
PidTagPropertyDescriptor(string, string, int, PropertyDataType) Initializes a new instance of the PidTagPropertyDescriptor class A property that is defined by a 16-bit property ID and a 16-bit property type. The property ID for a tagged property is in the range 0x001 � 0x7FFF. Property IDs in the range 0x8000 � 0x8FFF are reserved for assignment to named properties

Properties

Name Description
CanonicalName { get; } The name used to refer to the property in the documentation. The prefix of the canonical name identifies the basic characteristics of a property to the implementer. The canonical naming structure uses three categories that are denoted by the following prefixes to the canonical property name: * PidLid prefix: Properties identified by an unsigned 32-bit quantity along with a property set. * PidName prefix: Properties identified by a string name along with a property set. * PidTag prefix: Properties identified by an unsigned 16-bit quantity.
DataType { get; } The property value type, as described in [MS-OXCDATA], that specifies the type of values allowed for the property.
Id { get; } Gets an unsigned 16-bit quantity that identifies a tagged property. Property IDs are not necessarily unique. With the exception of property IDs in the range from 0x6800 to 0x7BFF, the combination of property ID and data type are unique. Property IDs in the range from 0x6800 to 0x7BFF are defined by the message class.
MultipleValuesDataType { get; } Indicates if data type contains of multiple values
Name { get; } Gets string that, identifies a property.
Tag { get; } A property tag is a 32-bit number that contains a unique property identifier in bits 16 through 31 and a property type in bits 0 through 15.

Methods

Name Description
override Equals(object) Determines whether the specified System.Object is equal to the current System.Object.
override Equals(PropertyDescriptor) Indicates whether the current object is equal to another object of the same type.
override GetHashCode() Serves as a hash function for a type.
override ToString() Returns a string that represents the property description.
operator == Determines whether the specified objects are equal to each another.
explicit operator Converts tag value to tagged property
operator != Determines whether the specified objects are not equal to each another.

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