Cntry properties (Interface: Cntry)
The available properties for this interface are:
Name Get Set Type English description Dutch description French description
pCountryCode BSTR Code Code Code
pCreDate DATE (date) Addition: date Toevoeging: datum Addition: date
pCreTime DATE (time) Addition: time Toevoeging: tijdstip Addition: temps
pCreUsr BSTR Addition: by Toevoeging: door Addition: par
pExpirationDate DATE (date) Validity date Geldigheidsdatum Date de validité
pIsoCountryCode BSTR ISO code ISO-code ISO-code
pIsoCountryNum BSTR ISO number ISO-nummer Numéro ISO
pIsoCurrencyCode BSTR ISO currency code ISO-muntcode Code ISO de la devise
pNameDeu BSTR Name German Naam Duits Nom allemand
pNameEng BSTR Name English Naam Engels Nom anglais
pNameFra BSTR Name French Naam Frans Nom français
pNameNld BSTR Name Dutch Naam Nederlands Nom néerlandais
pNOSSCountryCode BSTR NOSS code RSZ-code Code ONSS
pSysNum LONG System number Systeemnummer Numéro de système
pUpdDate DATE (date) Modification: date Wijziging: datum Modification: date
pUpdTime DATE (time) Modification: time Wijziging: tijdstip Modification: temps
pUpdUsr BSTR Modification: by Wijziging: door Modification: par
vImagePath BSTR Image path Pad afbeelding Chemin image
vNameCxt BSTR Name language context Naam taal context Nom langue contexte
Properties starting with the character 'p' are the 'real', physical fields of this interface, the ones starting with 'v' are 'virtual' fields. The value of p-fields is written to disk, while the value of v-fields is calculated at run time.
The get accessor of these properties returns a VARIANT.
The set accessor of these properties needs a VARIANT as input.
More detailed information on these properties (type, length,...) can be found in the 'ODBC File Description'-module of your Venice installation. See file 'CNT - Country (Cntry.btr)'.
The property names that are underlined represent BYTE fields that can have several values. Click on the link to see more information on the possible choices.
Calculation fields are added dynamically and cannot be used as properties. They should be used as described in 'How to use calculation fields?'.
You should consult the module parameters to get the necessary info on these calculation fields.