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2.2.1 Permitted Property Type Values

These values are used to specify Property Types. They appear in various places in the NSPI Protocol. All NSPI servers MUST recognize and be capable of accepting and returning these Property Types. Values representing Property Types are defined in [MS-OXCDATA].

The values specified in [MS-OXCDATA] are 16-bit integers. The NSPI Protocol uses the same numeric values but expressed as 32-bit integers. The high-order 16 bits of the 32-bit representation used by the NSPI Protocol are always 0x0000. Permitted values for the NSPI Protocol listed in the following table.

Name

Value as defined in [MS-OXCDATA]

Value as used in NSPI Protocol

PtypInteger16

0x0002

0x00000002

PtypInteger32

0x0003

0x00000003

PtypBoolean

0x000B

0x0000000B

PtypString8

0x001E

0x0000001E

PtypBinary

0x0102

0x00000102

PtypString

0x001F

0x0000001F

PtypGuid

0x0048

0x00000048

PtypTime

0x0040

0x00000040

PtypErrorCode

0x000A

0x0000000A

PtypMultipleInteger16

0x1002

0x00001002

PtypMultipleInteger32

0x1003

0x00001003

PtypMultipleString8

0x101E

0x0000101E

PtypMultipleBinary

0x1102

0x00001102

PtypMultipleString

0x101F

0x0000101F

PtypMultipleGuid

0x1048

0x00001048

PtypMultipleTime

0x1040

0x00001040

In addition to the Property Types defined in [MS-OXCDATA], all NSPI servers and clients MUST recognize and be capable of accepting and returning the following Property Types.

Name and value

Description

PtypEmbeddedTable

0x0000000D

Single 32-bit value, referencing an address list.

PtypNull

0x00000001

Clients MUST NOT specify this Property Type in any method's input parameters.

The server MUST specify this Property Type in any method's output parameters to indicate that a property has a value that cannot be expressed in the NSPI Protocol.

PtypUnspecified

0x00000000

Clients specify this Property Type in a method's input parameter to indicate that the client will accept any Property Type the server chooses when returning propvalues.

Servers MUST NOT specify this Property Type in any method's output parameters except the method NspiGetIDsFromNames.

All NSPI clients and servers MUST NOT use any other Property Types.

 
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