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SystemDataType Properties

The SystemDataType type exposes the following members.

  Name Description
Public property AllowIdentity Gets the Boolean property that specifies whether the system data type allows an identity value.
Public property AllowLength Gets the Boolean property that specifies whether the system data type allows a length specification.
Public property AllowNulls Gets the Boolean property that specifies whether the system data type allows null values.
Public property Collation Gets the String value that specifies the collation for the system data type.
Public property ID Gets the ID value that uniquely identifies the system data type.
Public property MaximumLength Gets the maximum length of the system data type.
Public property Name Gets or sets a String value that specifies the name of the system data type. (Overrides NamedSmoObject.Name.)
Public property NumericPrecision Gets the numeric precision of the system data type.
Public property NumericScale Gets the numeric scale of the system data type.
Public property Parent Gets the Server object that is the parent of the SystemDataType object.
Public property Properties Gets a collection of Property objects that represent the object properties. (Inherited from SqlSmoObject.)
Public property State Gets the state of the referenced object. (Inherited from SmoObjectBase.)
Public property Urn Gets the Uniform Resource Name (URN) address value that uniquely identifies the object. (Inherited from SqlSmoObject.)
Public property UserData Gets or sets user-defined data associated with the referenced object. (Inherited from SmoObjectBase.)
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  Name Description
Explicit interface implemetation Private property ISfcSupportsDesignMode.IsDesignMode Gets a Boolean value that specifies whether the data type supports design mode.
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