Obsolete. Returns the value of the named attribute from the userProfile object.
HRESULT getAttribute( BSTR name, BSTR *value );
- [in] BSTR that specifies one of the standard vCard names listed in Remarks. If one of these names is not used, the request is ignored.
- [out, retval] Pointer to a BSTR. Returns a
nullvalue if read access for this attribute is not available.
Returns S_OK if successful, or an error value otherwise.
As of Windows Internet Explorer 7, this method is obsolete and should not be used.
The following schema is used for the field names of the user data store. These names are specified when you use the IHTMLOpsProfile::getAttribute method on the userProfile object. Note that the format has changed from vCard_xxx to vCard.xxx, and that the older format no longer is supported.
vCard Names vCard.Business.City vCard.Business.Country vCard.Business.Fax vCard.Business.Phone vCard.Business.State vCard.Business.StreetAddress vCard.Business.URL vCard.Business.Zipcode vCard.Cellular vCard.Company vCard.Department vCard.DisplayName vCard.Email vCard.FirstName vCard.Gender* vCard.Home.City vCard.Home.Country vCard.Home.Fax vCard.Home.Phone vCard.Home.State vCard.Home.StreetAddress vCard.Home.Zipcode vCard.Homepage vCard.JobTitle vCard.LastName vCard.MiddleName vCard.Notes vCard.Office vCard.Pager
Note An asterisk (*) denotes extensions to the vCard schema. Extensions are referenced as X- elements, as defined in the vCard schema.