IDLitComponent objects have the following properties. Properties with the word "Yes" in the "Get" column of the property table can be retrieved via IDLitComponent::GetProperty. Properties with the word "Yes" in the "Init" column of the property table can be set via IDLitComponent::Init. Properties with the word "Yes" in the "Set" column in the property table can be set via IDLitComponent::SetProperty.
A integer value representing the version of the component object. This value is set by RSI and is intended to aid in determining how a component object should be restored by the Restore method.
A string giving the full name or description of this object.
A scalar string representing the help topic associated with this object. If this property is not set, or is set to a null string, then the object class name will be used as the default help topic.
A string specifying the name of an icon to be associated with this object. Typically, this property is the name of a bitmap file used when displaying this object in a tree view. See System Resources for details.
A string containing the object identifier for this object. If this property is not specified, then the NAME property is used as the identifier. See iTool Object Identifiers for details about how identifiers are named.
A string giving the human-readable name of this object.
A boolean value that indicates whether the object should be marked as private. Objects marked private (and all of their children) are not displayed in the graphical iTool browser windows.
A value of any type containing any information you wish. If you set this user value equal to a pointer or object reference that does not belong to a container, you should explicitly destroy that pointer or object reference when destroying the object of which this property is a user value.
COMPONENT_VERSION property added: 6.1