Specifies one or more attributes of a Field object.
Indicates that the provider caches field values and that subsequent reads are done from the cache.
Indicates that the field contains fixed-length data.
Indicates that the field contains a chapter value, which specifies a specific child recordset related to this parent field. Typically chapter fields are used with data shaping or filters.
Indicates that the field specifies that the resource represented by the record is a collection of other resources, such as a folder, rather than a simple resource, such as a text file.
Indicates that the field specifies all or part of the column's primary key.
Indicates that the field contains the default stream for the resource represented by the record. For example, the default stream can be the HTML content of a root folder on a Web site, which is automatically served when the root URL is specified.
Indicates that the field accepts null values.
Indicates that the field contains the URL that names the resource from the data store represented by the record.
Indicates that you can read null values from the field.
Indicates that the field is deferred—that is, the field values are not retrieved from the data source with the whole record, but only when you explicitly access them.
Indicates that the field represents a numeric value from a column that supports negative scale values. The scale is specified by the NumericScale property.
Indicates that the field contains a persistent row identifier that cannot be written to and has no meaningful value except to identify the row (such as a record number, unique identifier, and so forth).
Indicates that the field contains some kind of time or date stamp used to track updates.
Indicates that the provider cannot determine if you can write to the field.
Indicates that the provider does not specify the field attributes.
Indicates that you can write to the field.