The PidLidPropertyDescriptor type exposes the following members.
The name used to refer to the property in the documentation. The prefix of the canonical name identifies the basic characteristics of a property to the implementer. The canonical naming structure uses three categories that are denoted by the following prefixes to the canonical property name: * PidLid prefix: Properties identified by an unsigned 32-bit quantity along with a property set. * PidName prefix: Properties identified by a string name along with a property set. * PidTag prefix: Properties identified by an unsigned 16-bit quantity.(Inherited from PropertyDescriptor.)
The property value type, as described in [MS-OXCDATA], that specifies the type of values allowed for the property.(Inherited from PropertyDescriptor.)
Gets an unsigned 32-bit quantity that, along with the property set, identifies a named property.
Indicates if data type contains of multiple values(Inherited from PropertyDescriptor.)
Gets string that, identifies a property.(Inherited from PropertyDescriptor.)
A GUID that identifies a group of properties with a similar purpose.