Common data types
The following data types are common for all object groups.
A string containing a path to a disk file.
A string containing a path to a directory.
Enumerations for boolean values.
A string containing a password.
A string containing only one character.
A string containing the name of an SASL mechanism.
A string containing a name of an XML schema imported into iCore developer.
A string containing a name of an XML document type imported into iCore developer.
A string containing an xml URI.
A string containing an xml node name.
A string containing an xml attribute name.
A string containing a xml filter.
A string containing a xml prefix.
A string a character set name (encoding).
See Codepage identifiers for a table of possible values.
A string containing a regular expression.
See also Regular expression syntax.
A string containing the name of a iCore Component.
An integer containing a Node Identity.
An integer containing a code page identifier.
See Codepage identifiers for a list of the encodings and their associated code pages.
An IBM coded character set identifier.
See WSMQ CCSID Identifiers for a list of supported values.
A string containing a GUID for an iCore Component.
A string containing the format name of a MSMQ-queue. The format name contains the information MSMQ needs to connect to a queue.
Three types of format names are supported:
DIRECT=AddressSpecification\QueueName (For public queues)
DIRECT=AddressSpecification\PRIVATE$\QueueName (For private queues)
Connection-oriented TCP over IP.
Network adress: Internet address notation (IP address).
Connection-oriented SPX over IPX.
Network adress: Network number and host number (separated by the ":" character).
Connection using the native computer-naming convention.
Network adress: Any computer name supported by the underlying operating system. For Microsoft® Windows NT® version 4.0, it is either the UNC or DNS name (see the examples for public and private queues).
Network adress:IP address or full DNS name (computer name within an enterprise) followed by the virtual directory name separated by a slash.
Secure HTTP transport through a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) connection.
Network adress: IP address or full DNS name (computer name within an enterprise) followed by the virtual directory name separated by a slash.|
A string containing date and/or time. The format is normally specified by the method, property or function where the type is used, otherwise any data/time format is valid.
A string containing the name of a server (machine name).
A string containing a setting name.
A string containing the name of a setting attribute group.
A string containing the name of a setting attribute.
A string containing a URL. Examples:
Some methods and properties might not support all of the URL schemes.
A string containing the name of a Certificate store.
Position specifier type.
- PosFirst = 0
- PosIndex = 1
- PosLast = -1|
SaveCreateNotExist = 1
Creates a new file if the file does not already exist.
SaveCreateOverWrite = 2
Overwrites the file if the file already exists.
Wait return status code is returned by functions and methods that wait for some type of external event, for example a message on a queue or the creation of a file.
Success = 0
Wait operation succeeded. Normally this code means that the data you are waiting for, if any, is available.
PrepareSystemShutdown = 1
Wait operation returned because the system is starting to shut down.
SystemShutdown = 2
Wait operation returned because the system is shutting down.
WaitTimeout = 3
Wait operation timed out. Normally this code means that the data you are waiting for, if any, was not available.
WaitError = 4
There was an error during the wait operation.