|Type||Topic||Plugin||Version||macOS||Windows||Linux||Console & Web||iOS|
|class||Drag & Drop||MBS Win Plugin||11.2||No||Yes||No||Yes, Windows only||No|
- 13 properties
- property ClassID as String
- property CreationTime as Double
- property FileAttributes as Integer
- property FileName as String
- property FileSize as Int64
- property Flags as Integer
- property IconHeight as Integer
- property IconWidth as Integer
- property Index as Integer
- property LastAccessTime as Double
- property LastWriteTime as Double
- property PointX as Integer
- property PointY as Integer
- 20 constants
The LastAccessTime member is valid.
The FileAttributes member is valid.
The ClassID member is valid.
The CreationTime member is valid.
Whether the FileSize member is valid.
Treat the operation as a shortcut.
A progress indicator is shown with drag-and-drop operations.
The Icon* and point* members are valid.
Whether the LastWriteTime property is valid.
File attribute constants
A file or directory that is an archive file or directory. Applications typically use this attribute to mark files for backup or removal .
A file or directory that is compressed. For a file, all of the data in the file is compressed. For a directory, compression is the default for newly created files and subdirectories.
The handle that identifies a directory.
The file or directory is hidden. It is not included in an ordinary directory listing.
A file that does not have other attributes set. This attribute is valid only when used alone.
The data of a file is not available immediately. This attribute indicates that the file data is physically moved to offline storage. This attribute is used by Remote Storage, which is the hierarchical storage management software. Applications should not arbitrarily change this attribute.
A file that is read-only. Applications can read the file, but cannot write to it or delete it.
A file or directory that the operating system uses a part of, or uses exclusively.
A file that is being used for temporary storage. File systems avoid writing data back to mass storage if sufficient cache memory is available, because typically, an application deletes a temporary file after the handle is closed. In that scenario, the system can entirely avoid writing the data. Otherwise, the data is written after the handle is closed.
This class has no sub classes.
Some methods using this class:
- WinDataObjectMBS.GetFileDescriptors as WindowsFileDescriptorMBS()
Some examples which use this class:
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