An unordered set of IOpcPart interface pointers to part objects that represent the parts in a package that are not Relationships parts.
When to implement
Never. Custom implementations of this interface are not supported.
The IOpcPartSet interface inherits from the IUnknown interface. IOpcPartSet also has these types of members:
The IOpcPartSet interface has these methods.
Creates a part object that represents a part and adds a pointer to the object's IOpcPart interface to the set.
Deletes the IOpcPart interface pointer of a specified part object from the set.
Gets an enumerator of IOpcPart interface pointers in the set.
Gets a part object, which represents a specified part, in the set.
Gets a value that indicates whether a specified part is represented as a part object in the set.
To retrieve the IOpcPart interface pointer of the part object that represents a specific part, call the PartExists method and pass in the part name to confirm that the part is represented in the set. If it is, call the GetPart method and pass in the part name to retrieve the IOpcPart interface pointer.
The CreatePart method cannot create a part object that represents a Relationships part.
When a package that is represented as a package object is serialized, only the parts that are represented by part objects with IOpcPart interface pointers included in the set are serialized with the package.
If a part is not represented by a part object in the set when the package is serialized, that part will not be serialized with the package.
When a part object is created and a pointer to it is added to the set, the part it represents is serialized when the package is serialized.
When an IOpcPart interface pointer is deleted from the set, the part it represents is not serialized when the package is serialized.
Packaging objects are not thread-safe.
For more information, see the Getting Started with the Packaging API.
Minimum supported client
|Windows 7 [desktop apps | Windows Store apps]|
Minimum supported server
|Windows Server 2008 R2 [desktop apps | Windows Store apps]|
- Core Packaging Interfaces
- Getting Started with the Packaging API
- Parts Overview
- Packaging API Reference
- Packaging API Samples