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Win32_ClassicCOMClassSetting Class

The Win32_ClassicCOMClassSetting class represents the settings of a COM component.
Namespace value is root/CIMV2.
WMI Provider value is CIMWin32.


Properties

  • AppID
  • The AppID property contains a Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) for the COM application using this COM component.

  • AutoConvertToClsid
  • The AutoConvertToClsid property contains the Globally Unique Identifier (GUID)of the COM class to which this COM component will automatically be converted.

  • AutoTreatAsClsid
  • The AutoTreatAsClsid property contains a Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) for the COM component that will automatically emulate instances of this class.

  • Caption
  • A short textual description (one-line string) of the CIM_Setting object.

  • ComponentId
  • The ComponentId property contains the Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) of this COM component.

  • Control
  • The Control property indicates whether this COM component is an OLE control.

  • DefaultIcon
  • The DefaultIcon property contains the path to the executable file and the resource identifier of the default icon used by the class.

  • Description
  • A textual description of the CIM_Setting object.

  • InprocHandler
  • The InprocHandler property contains the full path to a 16-bit custom handler for the COM component.

  • InprocHandler32
  • The InprocHandler32 property contains the full path to a 32-bit custom handler for the COM component.

  • InprocServer
  • The InprocServer property contains the full path to a 16-bit in-process server DLL for this COM component.

  • InprocServer32
  • The InprocServer32 property contains the full path to a 32-bit in-process server DLL for this COM component.

  • Insertable
  • The Insertable property indicates whether the COM component can be inserted into OLE container applications.

  • JavaClass
  • The JavaClass property indicates whether the COM component is a Java component.

  • LocalServer
  • The LocalServer property contains the full path to a 16-bit local server application.

  • LocalServer32
  • The LocalServer32 property contains the full path to a 32-bit local server application.

  • LongDisplayName
  • The LongDisplayName property specifies the COM application's full name. It is used in areas such as the Results field of the OLE Paste Special dialog box.

  • ProgId
  • The ProgId property contains a programmatic identifier associated with the COM component. The format of a ProgID is ... This identifier is not guaranteed to be unique.

  • SettingID
  • The identifier by which the CIM_Setting object is known.

  • ShortDisplayName
  • The ShortDisplayName property specifies the COM application's short name (used in menus and pop-ups).

  • ThreadingModel
  • The ThreadingModel property specifies the threading model used by in-process COM classes, including:
    Apartment - components may be entered by one and only one thread. Common data held by these kinds of object servers must be protected against thread collisions since the object server supports multiple components. Each component can be entered simultaneously by different threads.
    Free - components place no restrictions on which threads or how many threads can enter the object. The object cannot contain thread-specific data and must protect its data from simultaneous access by multiple threads. Free-threaded components however, cannot be accessed by apartment threads directly, and calls to them are marshaled across from the client apartment.
    Both - components that can be used in either apartment-threaded or free-threaded modes. These components can be entered by multiple threads, protect their data from thread collisions, and do not contain thread-specific data.
    If this property is NULL, then no threading model is used. The component is created on the main thread of the client and calls from other threads are marshaled to this thread. Please refer to the Platform Software Development Kit for information on the various threading models.

  • ToolBoxBitmap32
  • The ToolBoxBitmap32 property indicates the module name and resource ID for a small (16 x 16) bitmap used for the face of a toolbar or toolbox button. Used when the COM component is an OLE or ActiveX control

  • TreatAsClsid
  • The TreatAsClsid property contains a Globally Unique Identifier (GUID), of a COM component that can emulate instances of this component.

  • TypeLibraryId
  • The TypeLibraryId property contains a Globally Unique Identifier (GUID) for the Type-Library for this COM component.

  • Version
  • The Version property contains the version number of this COM class.

  • VersionIndependentProgId
  • The VersionIndependentProgId property contains a program identifier that is consistent for all versions of the same program.


    Methods

    Method not found.

    Example WQL

    SELECT * FROM Win32_ClassicCOMClassSetting
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