The IADsPropertyEntry interface is used to manage a property entry in the property cache. A property entry holds a value (or values) of an attribute as defined in the schema. It is identified by the name of the corresponding attribute. A property entry object allows a user to specify how its values are to be manipulated. Examples of such operations include "update," "modify," and "delete".
Use the property methods of IADsPropertyEntry to examine and manipulate individual properties. Before calling the methods of this interface, you must call IADs::GetInfo or IADs::GetInfoEx explicitly to load the assigned property values of the object into the cache. After calling the methods of this interfaces, you must call IADs::SetInfo to save the changes in the persistent store of the underlying directory.
The IADsPropertyEntry interface inherits from the IDispatch interface.
The IADsPropertyEntry interface has these methods.
|Minimum supported client||Windows Vista|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2008|