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<FieldName> Element (/NotificationClass/Schema/Fields/Field)

SQL Server 2000

Specifies the user-defined name of the notification field.

Structure
<NotificationClasses>
   <NotificationClass>
      ...
      <Schema>
         <Fields>
            <Field>
               <FieldName>

Element Characteristics
Characteristic Description
Data Type string, between 1 and 128 characters in length.
Default Value None.
Occurrence Required once per <Field> node.
Updates You can modify this element, but cannot add or delete it. Use NSControl Update to apply any modification.
Element Relationships
Relationship Elements
Parent Node <Field> Node (/Schema/Fields)
Remarks

Field names must conform to SQL Server identifier naming conventions. For more information about SQL Server identifier naming conventions, see "Using Identifiers" in SQL Server Books Online.

Important  The following fields are used internally by Notification Services. You must not create notification fields with these names:

  • DeliveryChannelName
  • DeliveryStatusCode
  • DeviceAddress
  • DeviceName
  • DeviceTypeName
  • DistributorWorkItemId
  • ExpirationTime
  • LinkNotificationId
  • NotificationId
  • NotificationBatchId
  • SentTime
  • SubscriberId
  • SubscriberLocale

If you update a <FieldName> element, NSControl Update deletes and re-creates the notification class to which it corresponds. This includes dropping and re-creating the SQL Server tables used by this notification class.

Important  If you update a <FieldName> element, any data existing in the original SQL Server tables is permanently deleted.

See Also
Defining the Notification Fields
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