Retrieves the value from the classifier that should be applied for the specified property of the file most recently specified by the IFsrmClassifierModuleImplementation::OnBeginFile method.
HRESULT GetPropertyValueToApply( BSTR property, BSTR *value, FSRM_OBJECT_ID idRule, FSRM_OBJECT_ID idPropDef );
Name of the property.
Value of the property.
The identifier of the rule object associated with the property value being queried. This rule object should be in the rule collection passed in by a previous call to the IFsrmClassifierModuleImplementation::UseRulesAndDefinitions method. The rule object can also be obtained by using this identifier in a call to the IFsrmCollection::GetById method on this collection.
The identifier of the property definition object that corresponds to the property being queried. This property definition object is in the property definition collection passed in by a previous call to the IFsrmClassifierModuleImplementation::UseRulesAndDefinitions method. The property definition object can also be obtained by using this identifier in a call to the IFsrmCollection::GetById method on this collection.
The method returns the following return values. Implementers should return an HRESULT error code for any other errors.
This method is called if the IFsrmClassifierModuleDefinition::NeedsExplicitValue property of the classifier's module definition is VARIANT_TRUE.
The identifiers passed in the idRule and idPropDef parameters can be used by the classifier implementation to determine whether the property value applies to the file. For classifiers that require the associated rule and/or property definition to make the determination, it is suggested that implementers cache the corresponding collections passed to them during IFsrmClassifierModuleImplementation::UseRulesAndDefinitions.
If FSRM_E_FILE_ENCRYPTED, FSRM_E_INCOMPATIBLE_FORMAT, or FSRM_E_NO_PROPERTY_VALUE is returned, FSRM will not indicate that the file has failed classification. If any other error value is returned, FSRM will indicate that the file has failed classification.
|Windows version||None supported Windows Server 2008 R2|