JET_ENUMCOLUMNID Structure

Windows

Last modified: January 09, 2012

Applies to: Windows | Windows Server

The JET_ENUMCOLUMNID structure enumerates a specific set of columns and, optionally, a specific set of multiple values for those columns when the JetEnumerateColumns function is used. JetEnumerateColumns returns an array of JET_ENUMCOLUMNID structures.

typedef struct {
  JET_COLUMNID columnid;
  unsigned long ctagSequence;
  unsigned long* rgtagSequence;
} JET_ENUMCOLUMNID;

Members

columnid

The column ID to enumerate.

If the column ID is 0 (zero) then the enumeration of this column is skipped and a corresponding slot in the output array of JET_ENUMCOLUMN structures will be generated with a column state of JET_wrnColumnSkipped.

ctagSequence

Optionally identifies an array of column values (by one-based index) to enumerate for the specified column ID.

If ctagSequence is 0 (zero) then rgtagSequence is ignored and all column values for the specified column ID will be enumerated.

If an element of rgtagSequence is 0 (zero), then the enumeration of that column value (by one-based index) will be skipped. A corresponding slot in the output array of the JET_ENUMCOLUMNID structure will be generated with a column status value of JET_wrnColumnSkipped.

rgtagSequence

An array of one-based indices into the array of column values for a given column. A single element is an itagSequence which is defined in JET_RETRIEVECOLUMN. An itagSequence of 0 (zero) means "skip". An itagSequence of 1 means return the first column value of the column, 2 means the second, and so on.

Requirements

Client

Requires Windows Vista, Windows XP, or Windows 2000 Professional.

Server

Requires Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, or Windows 2000 Server.

Header

Declared in Esent.h.

See Also

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