CustomProcessUI_SetProperty Function

Applies To: Implementing a custom process

Set a property on the user interface class.


bool SetProperty(string parName, string parValue);


[in] parName

String containing the name of the property.

[in] parValue

String containing the value of the property.

Return Value

Boolean signifying success.

Reporting errors and warnings: A false return value can be regarded as an error which can be obtained by calling the GetStatus function which will give out the error message for the last error in the DLL.


The following example represents a C# implementation of this function:


public bool SetProperty(string parName, string parValue)


    return true;


For a detailed example on how to implement this function, see Sample custom process.

Related Topics

See also: CustomProcess_Create, CustomProcess_SetWindow, CustomProcess_Initialize, CustomProcess_GetRow, CustomProcess_GetMetadata, CustomProcess_GetLastError, CustomProcess_Cleanup, CustomProcess_SetCallbackFunctions, CustomProcess_SetAreaOfInterest, CustomProcessUI_Init, CustomProcessUI_ShowModalDialog, CustomProcessUI_GetUpdatedXML, CustomProcessUI_GetStatus, CustomProcessUI_GetProperty, CustomProcessUIForm_GetUpdatedXML, CustomProcessUIForm_Init