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ISchematicAttribute Interface (ArcObjects .NET 10.7 SDK)
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ISchematicAttribute Interface

Provides access to members that manage the schematic attribute.

Product Availability

Available with ArcGIS Engine, ArcGIS Desktop, and ArcGIS Server. Requires Schematics Extension.

Description

A schematic attribute gives information about a schematic feature or schematic diagram.

Members

Name Description
Read-only property CLSID CLSID of the schematic attribute.
Method Delete Deletes the schematic attribute.
Read-only property Description Description of the schematic attribute.
Method GetValue The schematic attribute value for the specified schematic object.
Read/write property Name Name of the schematic attribute.
Read-only property SchematicObjectClass Schematic object class the schematic attribute belongs to.

Classes that implement ISchematicAttribute

Classes Description
SchematicAttributeAssociatedField Schematic attribute associated field object.
SchematicAttributeConstant Schematic attribute constant object.
SchematicAttributeDynamic Schematic attribute dynamic object.
SchematicAttributeField Schematic attribute field object.
SchematicAttributeFormatted Schematic attribute formatted object.
SchematicAttributeFunction Provides access to members that manage the schematic attribute function.
SchematicAttributeGeometry Schematic attribute geometry object.
SchematicAttributeProperty Schematic attribute property object.
SchematicAttributeQuery Schematic attribute query object.
SchematicAttributeScript Schematic attribute script object.
SchematicAttributeStatic Schematic attribute static object.

Remarks

You can create a new attribute using the Schematics Dataset Editor or by calling the CreateSchematicAttribute method available from the desired ISchematicObjectClass interface; that is through the object class related to the schematic diagram class or schematic element class you want.