The Storage object represents an individual legacy storage on the device and provides access to the properties that are exposed by the storage.
A Storage object is retrieved by using a zero-based numeric index into Device.Storages, which is a collection of all the storages on the device.
The Storage object has these types of members:
The Storage object has these events.
Occurs when a Storage.AddChild operation has completed.
Occurs when a Storage.GetChildrenByFormat method operation has completed.
Occurs after an object has been added to this Storage object.
Occurs after an object has been removed from this Storage object.
Occurs after an object has been updated on this Storage object.
Occurs when a Storage.RemoveChild operation has completed.
The Storage object has these methods.
Adds a WPDObject obtained from the Storage.CreateNewObject method, as a child of this Storage object.
Creates and initializes a WPDObject to the specified data format.
Returns a collection of the immediate children of this Storage object filtered by one or more formats.
Removes a child object from this Storage object.
The Storage object has these properties.
Gets a collection of all of the immediate children of this Storage object.
Gets or sets a predefined WPD property on this Storage object.
Minimum supported client
|Windows 7 [desktop apps only]|
Minimum supported server
|Windows Server 2008 R2 [desktop apps only]|
Build date: 10/12/2013