Fields Property
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Fields Property

Exchange Server 2003

Fields Property

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Returns the Fields object that contains the currently defined configuration settings. This property is read-only.

Applies To

Type Library

Microsoft CDO for Exchange 2000 Library

DLL Implemented In



        [Visual Basic]Property Fields As ADODB.Fields
        [C++]HRESULT get_Fields(Fields** pFields);


If the method succeeds, on return the passed address holds a reference to the requested interface.


The Microsoft ActiveX Data Objects (ADO) Fields object is a collection of ADO Field objects containing name/value pairs that define a configuration. The name is always a string, and the value is a VARIANT, the subtype of which depends upon the type of property.

The IConfiguration interface is normally exposed by instances of the Configuration Component Object Model (COM) class. The list of fields available for instances of the Configuration COM class can be found in the Namespace.

The Fields property is the default property for the interface.

Note  When you use the ADO Fields.Update method, field values are updated only in memory. You must call Save Method to save the changes to the Exchange store. To get the IDataSource interface, use the GetInterface method on the Collaboration Data Objects (CDO) object.

See Also Namespace

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