ReadLookupTablesMultiLang method

LookupTable.ReadLookupTablesMultiLang method

Office 2013 and later

Gets multilanguage custom field lookup tables and corresponding code masks.

Namespace:  WebSvcLookupTable
Assembly:  ProjectServerServices (in ProjectServerServices.dll)

<SoapDocumentMethodAttribute("", RequestNamespace := "",  _
	ResponseNamespace := "",  _
	Use := SoapBindingUse.Literal, ParameterStyle := SoapParameterStyle.Wrapped)> _
Public Function ReadLookupTablesMultiLang ( _
	xmlFilter As String, _
	autoCheckOut As Boolean _
) As LookupTableMultiLangDataSet
Dim instance As LookupTable
Dim xmlFilter As String
Dim autoCheckOut As Boolean
Dim returnValue As LookupTableMultiLangDataSet

returnValue = instance.ReadLookupTablesMultiLang(xmlFilter, _


Type: System.String

XML filter to read specific data.

Type: System.Boolean

If true, check out for making changes.

The primary DataTable in a LookupTableMultiLangDataSet is the LookupTablesDataTable.


The xmlFilter parameter works with the Criteria operators to filter rows only in the primary LookupTablesDataTable. For example, you cannot use filter with the ReadLookupTables method to filter rows in the LookupTableLanguagesDataTable. If you try to filter rows in a secondary DataTable, the PSI returns a FilterInvalid exception.

However, you can use the Fields.Add method to filter columns in the primary LookupTablesDataTable and the in secondary LookupTableLanguagesDataTable, LookupTableMaskStructuresDataTable, LookupTableMaskValuesDataTable, LookupTableStructuresDataTable, or LookupTableValuesDataTable.

For more information about the xmlFilter parameter, see How to: Use a Filter Parameter with PSI Methods.

Project Server Permissions




Allows a user to connect to the Project Server database from Project Professional. Global permission.


Allows the user to modify the definitions of Enterprise custom fields and lookup table values. Global permission.


Other resources

How to: Use a Filter Parameter with PSI Methods
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