System.Title

The title of the item. For example, the title of a document, the subject of a message, the caption of a photo, or the name of a music track.

propertyDescription
   name = System.Title
   shellPKey = PKEY_Title
   formatID = F29F85E0-4FF9-1068-AB91-08002B27B3D9
   propID = 2
   searchInfo
      inInvertedIndex = true
      isColumn = true
      isColumnSparse = true
      columnIndexType = OnDisk
      maxSize = 128
   labelInfo
      label = Title
      sortDescription
      invitationText = Add a title
      hideLabel = false
   typeInfo
      type = String
      groupingRange = Alphanumeric
      isInnate = false
      canBePurged
      multipleValues = false
      isGroup = false
      aggregationType = Default
      isTreeProperty = false
      isViewable = true
      isQueryable = true
      includeInFullTextQuery = false
      conditionType = String
      defaultOperation = Equal
   aliasInfo
      sortByAlias = None
      additionalSortByAliases = None
   displayInfo
      defaultColumnWidth = 20
      displayType
      alignment = Left
      relativeDescriptionType = General
      defaultSortDirection = Ascending
      stringFormat
         formatAs = General
      booleanFormat
         formatAs = YesNo
      numberFormat
         formatAs = General
         formatDurationAs = hh:mm:ss
      dateTimeFormat
         formatAs = General
         formatTimeAs = ShortTime
         formatDateAs = ShortDate
      enumeratedList
         defaultText
         useValueForDefault = False
         enum
            value
            text
         enumRange
            minValue
            setValue
            text
      drawControl
         control = Default
      editControl
         control = Default
      filterControl
         control = Default
      queryControl
         control = Default

Remarks

PKEY values are defined in Propkey.h.

This property maps to the OLE document property Title. System.Title is a commonly used property, particularly in heterogeneous lists of items where the items can be of many different types. Therefore, it is recommended that property handlers populate this property even if it is redundant; for example, an e-mail, which would populate both System.Title and System.Subject with the same value.

Related topics

propertyDescription
searchInfo
labelInfo
typeInfo
displayInfo
stringFormat
booleanFormat
numberFormat
dateTimeFormat
enumeratedList
drawControl
editControl
filterControl
queryControl

 

 

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