Command.Name property

Represents the name of a Command.

Usage

<Command.Name/>

Attributes

There are no attributes.

Child elements

There are no child elements.

Parent elements

Element

Command

Remarks

Optional.

May occur at most once for each Command.

Command.Name is referenced in markup to associate a Command with a control through the CommandName attribute of the control.

This element contains a value of type xs:string.

The value is constrained to a string that consists of a letter or underscore followed by any sequence of letters, digits, and underscores.

The maximum length is 100 characters.

Examples

The following example demonstrates the markup for a Command element with a Command.Name declaration.


<Command>
  <Command.Name>cmdSave</Command.Name>
  <Command.Symbol>ID_FILE_SAVE</Command.Symbol>
  <Command.Comment>Save</Command.Comment>
  <Command.Id>25003</Command.Id>
  <Command.LabelTitle>
    <String>
      <String.Content>Label for Save</String.Content>
      <String.Id>59999</String.Id>
      <String.Symbol>strSave</String.Symbol>
    </String>
  </Command.LabelTitle>
  <Command.TooltipTitle>Tooltip title with &amp;&amp; for Save Command</Command.TooltipTitle>
  <Command.TooltipDescription>Tooltip description for Save Command.</Command.TooltipDescription>
  <Command.Keytip>s1</Command.Keytip>
</Command>


Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 7 [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008 R2 [desktop apps only]

 

 

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