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WideEntry Element for WideControl (Format)

 

Provides a definition of the wide view.

<WideEntry>
  <EntrySelectedBy>...</EntrySelectedBy>
  <WideItem>...</WideItem>
</WideEntry>

Attributes and Elements

The following sections describe the attributes, child elements, and the parent element of the WideEntry element. You must specify a single WideItem child element.

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

Element

Description

EntrySelectedBy Element for WideEntry (Format)

Optional element.

Defines the .NET Framework types that use this wide entry definition or the condition that must exist for this definition to be used.

WideItem Element (Format)

Required element.

Defines the property or script whose value is displayed.

Parent Elements

Element

Description

WideEntries Element (Format)

Provides the definitions of the wide view.

A wide view is a list format that displays a single property value or script value for each object. Unlike other types of views, you can specify only one item element for each view definition. For more information about the other components of a wide view, see Creating a Wide View.

Example

The following example shows a WideEntry element that defines a single WideItem element. The WideItem element defines the property whose value is displayed in the view.

<WideEntries>
  <WideEntry>
    <WideItem>
      <PropertyName>ProcessName</PropertyName>
    </WideItem>
  </WideEntry>
</WideEntries>

For a complete example of a wide view, see Wide View (Basic).

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