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pragma amendment

The pragma amendment preprocessor command directs the MOF compiler to separate a MOF file into language-neutral and language-specific versions. The language-specific MOF file moves amended qualifiers to a namespace for a specific locale. You then compile the language-specific and language-neutral MOF files to store class information in the WMI repository.

Examples

The following example shows how to create a MOF file that contains amended qualifiers. You can then compile the MOF code with the following command:

mofcomp -MOF:Lnmof.mof -MFL:Lsmof.mfl Mastermof.mof

The command instructs the MOF compiler to produce two MOF files from the original Mastermof.mof file. The MOF compiler produces a language-neutral version of the MOF file, called Lnmof.mof, with all language-specific items removed. The compiler also creates a second, language-specific MOF file called Lsmof.mfl that contains only items that you must localize.

Note  When you are splitting a MOF file with the amendment qualifier or the pragma amendment command, you must specify the -MOF and -MFL options. Otherwise, the compiler does not generate any output files. You must then compile the two output files to make the class information available to WMI.


#pragma amendment ("MS_409")

[Description("Localized version of MyClass" for American English") :
    Amended, LOCALE(0x409)] 

Class myclass
{
     [DisplayName("User Name") : Amended,
     Description("The Name property contains the name of the user") : 
     Amended, key]
    string Name;

    uint64 Value; // non-localized value field

     [DisplayName("Time Stamp") : Amended,
     Description("This property shows when the object was created") : 
     Amended] 
    uint64 Timestamp;
};

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows Vista

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2003

See also

Preprocessor Commands

 

 

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