RDS Properties


Beginning with Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012, RDS server components are no longer included in the Windows operating system (see Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 Compatibility Cookbook for more detail). RDS client components will be removed in a future version of Windows. Avoid using this feature in new development work, and plan to modify applications that currently use this feature. Applications that use RDS should migrate to WCF Data Service.

Connect (RDS) Indicates the database name from which the query and update operations are run.
ExecuteOptions (RDS) Indicates whether asynchronous execution is enabled.
FetchOptions (RDS) Indicates the type of asynchronous fetching.
FilterColumn (RDS) Indicates the column on which to evaluate the filter criteria.
FilterCriterion (RDS) Indicates the evaluation operator to use in the filter value.
FilterValue (RDS) Indicates the value to filter records.
Handler (RDS) Indicates the name of a server-side customization program (handler) that extends the functionality of the RDSServer.DataFactory, and any parameters used by the handler.
InternetTimeout (RDS) Indicates the number of milliseconds to wait before a request times out.
ReadyState (RDS) Indicates the progress of a DataControl object as it fetches data into its Recordset object.
Recordset and SourceRecordset (RDS) Indicates the Recordset object returned from a custom business object.
Server (RDS) Indicates the Internet Information Services (IIS) name and communication protocol.
SortColumn (RDS) Indicates by which column to sort the records.
SortDirection (RDS) Indicates whether a sort order is ascending or descending.
SQL (RDS) Indicates the query string used to retrieve the Recordset.
URL (RDS) Indicates a string that contains a relative or absolute URL.