COM object EvDataPaths

EvApplication > EvFileCollection > EvFile > EvFileProperties > EvDataPaths

 

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The EvDataPaths object accesses information about the set of data paths under the Data file locations section of the EV File page of the EV File Properties dialog box EV. A data path is item in a collection of data paths and can be accessed via the EvFileProperties.DataPath property.

EvDataPaths methods and properties:

 Add
Clear
Count
Find
Insert
Item

Remove

 

Description

Add

Add (string Path);

Summary

Add the data path to the set of data paths.

Parameters
  • Path
  • The name of the data path to add.

Clear

Clear();

Summary

Re-set the collection of data paths to the default data paths specified for new EV files.

For new EV files, the locations specified on the File Locations page of the Echoview Configuration dialog box are listed as the default data paths.

Count

(read-only) integer Count

Summary

Get the number of data paths in this set of data paths.

Find

Find (string Path)
Summary

Get the index of the given path within the set of data paths

Parameters
  • Path
  • The index of the data path.

Insert

Insert (string Path, Index)

Summary

Insert the specified data path at the specified index for the set of data paths. It is possible to add an item before item(0).

Parameters
  • Path
  • Name of the data path.
  • Index
  • The number of the index. 0 represents the first item, Count represents the last item.

Item

(read-only) Item[]

Summary

Gives access to a specific data path by index. Indexes are zero-based, so valid indexes are from 0 to Count-1. The result is a EvFileProperties.DataPaths object.

Item is the default property for this interface. The examples on the EvFileCollection page show several ways to use the Item property.

Remove

Remove (string Path);

Summary

Remove the data path from the set of data paths.

Parameters
  • Path
  • The data path to remove.

See also

Scripting with COM objects
EvFileProperties object
COM object hierarchy