Exposes methods and properties to support access by a Microsoft UI Automation client to controls that act as containers for a collection of child elements. The children of this element must implement ITableItemProvider and be organized in a two-dimensional logical coordinate system that can be traversed (a Microsoft UI Automation client can move to adjacent controls, which are headers or cells of the table) by using the keyboard.
public : interface ITableProvider
public interface ITableProvider
Public Interface ITableProvider
Windows 10 requirements
Windows 10 (introduced v10.0.10240.0)
Windows.Foundation.UniversalApiContract (introduced v1)
This pattern has guidelines and conventions that aren't fully documented here. For more info on what this pattern is for, see Table Control Pattern.
ITableProvider isn't implemented by any existing Windows Runtime automation peers. The interface exists so that custom control authors can support the automation pattern in a custom control, and implement their automation support using the same Windows Runtime managed or C++ API as they use to define control logic or other automation support.
|RowOrColumnMajor RowOrColumnMajor RowOrColumnMajor RowOrColumnMajor||
Gets the primary direction of traversal for the table.
|GetColumnHeaders() GetColumnHeaders() GetColumnHeaders() GetColumnHeaders()||
Returns a collection of UI Automation providers that represents all the column headers in a table.
|GetRowHeaders() GetRowHeaders() GetRowHeaders() GetRowHeaders()||
Returns a collection of UI Automation providers that represents all row headers in the table.