SFQApplication.AddProperty

Dynamically adds a property to the SFQApplication object. You can reference this property using a built-in indexer for SQApplication. For example:

sqProxy.SQApplication.AddProperty("MyProp", "Test Value");
System.Console.WriteLine(sqProxy.SQApplication["MyProp"]);
sqProxy.SQApplication["MyProp"] = "New Value";

public void AddProperty(string PropertyName,
	object Value);

Parameters

PropertyName
The name of the property. This must be a unique name, must start with a letter, and can only contain letters, digits, or underscores.

Value
The value to store in the property.

Overloads:


See also:

Class SFQApplication