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data object

For COM. Used for data transfer between MMC and snap-ins and between multiple snap-ins. A data object is an instance of a class that implements the IDataObject interface. MMC requests data objects from snap-ins that insert scope or result items by calling the IComponentData::QueryDataObject or IComponent::QueryDataObject method.

default list view taskpad

See standard list view taskpad.

default taskpad

See standard taskpad.

default verb

Verb that specifies the default action for a scope item or result item when the user double-clicks or presses ENTER on that item. Default verbs appear in bold type.

designer window

Window in the Snap-in Designer for Visual Basic in which snap-in developers can define most of the snap-in's user interface and runtime behavior.

details pane

Used in the MMC end-user documentation to refer to the result pane.

details view

Used in the MMC end-user documentation to refer to the result pane.

dialog unit

Unit of measurement in Visual C++ dialog box templates to determine the size of dialog boxes. Also referred to as "dialog box units."

dual-mode snap-in

Snap-in that operates both as a stand-alone snap-in and as an extension snap-in. An example of a dual-mode snap-in is the Event Viewer snap-in.

dynamic extension

Extension snap-in that is added to a scope or result item programmatically at run time. A primary snap-in can dynamically add any type of extension to any of its own items.

dynamic-link library (DLL)

Modules that contains functions and data that can be loaded at runtime by a calling module (an executable file or another DLL). When a DLL is loaded, it is mapped into the address space of the calling process (module). The calling module can call the exported functions of the DLL to make use of the functionality provided by the DLL.

Snap-ins are implemented as in-process server DLLs that run in the process space of an instance of MMC.

 

 

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