System.ItemPathDisplayNarrow
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System.ItemPathDisplayNarrow

The user-friendly display path to the item.

propertyDescription
   name = System.ItemPathDisplayNarrow
   shellPKey = PKEY_ItemPathDisplayNarrow
   formatID = 28636AA6-953D-11D2-B5D6-00C04FD918D0
   propID = 8
   searchInfo
      inInvertedIndex = false
      isColumn = true
      isColumnSparse = true
      columnIndexType = NotIndexed
      maxSize = 128
   labelInfo
      label = Path
      sortDescription
      invitationText
      hideLabel = false
   typeInfo
      type = String
      groupingRange = Discrete
      isInnate = true
      canBePurged
      multipleValues = false
      isGroup = false
      aggregationType = Default
      isTreeProperty = false
      isViewable = false
      isQueryable = false
      includeInFullTextQuery = false
      conditionType = String
      defaultOperation = Equal
   aliasInfo
      sortByAlias = None
      additionalSortByAliases = None
   displayInfo
      defaultColumnWidth = 60
      displayType
      alignment = Left
      relativeDescriptionType = General
      defaultSortDirection = Ascending
      stringFormat
         formatAs = General
      booleanFormat
         formatAs = YesNo
      numberFormat
         formatAs = General
         formatDurationAs = hh:mm:ss
      dateTimeFormat
         formatAs = General
         formatTimeAs = ShortTime
         formatDateAs = ShortDate
      enumeratedList
         defaultText
         useValueForDefault = False
         enum
            value
            text
         enumRange
            minValue
            setValue
            text
      drawControl
         control = Default
      editControl
         control = Default
      filterControl
         control = Default
      queryControl
         control = Default

Remarks

PKEY values are defined in Propkey.h.

To optimize for a narrow viewing column, the format of the string should be tailored so that the name comes first.

If the item is a file, the property value excludes the file extension, but includes localized names if they are present. If the item is a message, the value includes the System.ItemNamePrefix. To parse an item path, use System.ItemUrl or System.ParsingPath.

Example values:

PathItemPathDisplayName
c:\mydir\bar\hello.txthello (c:\mydir\bar)
\\server\share\mydir\goodnews.docgoodnews (\\server\share\mydir)
\\server\share\folderfolder (\\server\share)
c:\MyDir\MyFolderMyFolder (c:\mydir)
/Mailbox Account/Inbox/'Re: Hello!'Re: Hello! (/Mailbox Account/Inbox)

 

Related topics

propertyDescription
searchInfo
labelInfo
typeInfo
displayInfo
stringFormat
booleanFormat
numberFormat
dateTimeFormat
enumeratedList
drawControl
editControl
filterControl
queryControl

 

 

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