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LongGetNextAssoc Method (IEdmDictionary5)

Gets the key-value pair at the next position of an enumeration.


Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub LongGetNextAssoc( _
   ByVal poPos As IEdmPos5, _
   ByRef plRetKey As System.Integer, _
   ByRef pbsRetValue As System.String _
void LongGetNextAssoc( 
   IEdmPos5 poPos,
   out System.int plRetKey,
   out System.string pbsRetValue
void LongGetNextAssoc( 
&   IEdmPos5^ poPos,
&   [Out] System.int plRetKey,
&   [Out] System.String^ pbsRetValue


IEdmPos5; position of the next key-value pair (see Remarks)
Key in the next pair
Value in the next pair



Before calling this method the first time, you must populate poPos with the interface to the position of the first key-value pair. Call one of the following to obtain IEdmPos5 for the position of the first pair:

After calling this method the first time, poPos is automatically incremented every time it is called. Call this method repeatedly to obtain the rest of the key-value pairs.

Between calls, you should call IEdmPos5::IsNull to verify that you have not gone past the last key-value pair.

C++ programmers must release the returned string by calling SysFreeString.

Return codes:

  • S_OK: The method successfully executed.
  • E_EDM_END_OF_LIST: You have gone past the end of the list.



See Also


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