Topic Last Modified: 2004-06-09
See grouped view.
(Collaboration Data Objects) A technology for building messaging or collaboration applications. In versions previous to 1.1, CDO was called OLE Messaging; in version 1.1 it was called Active Messaging. It is designed to simplify the creation of applications with messaging functionality, or to add messaging functionality to existing applications.
The set of programmable object libraries that expose messaging-related objects for use by an Automation controller. An application written in a tool supporting Automation can reference several object libraries and access all their objects in a single program. The CDO libraries are the CDO Library and the CDO Rendering Library.
CDO Rendering Library
An Automation programming interface that exposes programmable HTML rendering objects to a server-side script running on a Web server. For more information, see Overview of CDO Rendering.
A folder that is a child object of another folder, which is the child folder’s parent folder. Also referred to as a subfolder.
An object derived from another object, which is referred to as the parent object.
Script that is decoded and run at a browser.
Collaboration Data Objects
An object that contains zero or more objects of the same class. The CDO Library supports large collections and small collections. The CDO Rendering Library uses only small collections. Also referred to as a collection object or an object collection. See alsocontainer object.
(Component Object Model) An architecture for defining interfaces and interaction among objects implemented by widely varying software applications. A COM object instantiates one or more interfaces, each of which exposes zero or more properties and zero or more methods. All COM interfaces are derived from the base class IUnknown. Technologies built on the COM foundation include ActiveX, MAPI, and OLE.
A predefined, persistent table view defined globally for all messaging users and all folders.
A series of messages that pertain to the same topic. All the messages in a conversation typically have the same subject. Also referred to as a thread.
A nonpersistent table view created individually by a particular application, which applies only to one folder and one messaging user.