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ICardUriProperty4 Interface

IT Hit WebDAV Classes Reference
Represents business card v4.0 property that can store URI.

Namespace:  ITHit.Collab.Card
Assembly:  ITHit.Collab (in ITHit.Collab.dll) Version: 1.0.0.540 (1.0.0.540)
Syntax
public interface ICardUriProperty4 : IProperty, 
	ITextProperty, ITypedProperty<LocationType4>, IUriProperty, IMediaType, 
	ICardMultiProperty, ICardUriProperty, ICardMultiProperty4

public interface ICardUriProperty4 : IProperty, 
	ITextProperty, ITypedProperty<LocationType4>, IUriProperty, IMediaType, 
	ICardMultiProperty, ICardUriProperty, ICardMultiProperty4

The ICardUriProperty4 type exposes the following members.

Properties
  NameDescription
Public propertyAltId
Gets and sets the tag that marks the property as an alternative representation of the same logical property.
(Inherited from ICardMultiProperty4.)
Public propertyContainer
Parent component for this instance.
(Inherited from IProperty.)
Public propertyIsPrefered
Indicates if this property is preferred.
(Inherited from ICardMultiProperty.)
Public propertyMediaType
Gets or sets media type. Provides access to "MEDIATYPE" property in case of a business card or "MFTTYPE" parameter in case of a calendar.
(Inherited from IMediaType.)
Public propertyPreferenceLevel
Represents the level of property preference.
(Inherited from ICardMultiProperty4.)
Public propertyPropertyId
Identifies a specific property among multiple instances.
(Inherited from ICardMultiProperty4.)
Public propertyRawProperty
Provides low-level access to business card or calendar property.
(Inherited from IProperty.)
Public propertyText
Gets or sets decoded property value as text.
(Inherited from ITextProperty.)
Public propertyTypes
Property types, such as home, work, cell, etc.
(Inherited from ITypedPropertyT.)
Public propertyUri
Gets or sets a uniform resource locator.
(Inherited from IUriProperty.)
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Methods
  NameDescription
Public methodRemove
Deletes property from calendar or business card.
(Inherited from IProperty.)
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Remarks
Some URI schemes, such as FTP, need the mediatype of the resource which is provided by MediaType property. "http" and "data" schemes usually do not need this property, as mediatype is provided by other means.
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