Vcl.DdeMan.TDdeClientConv Properties

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ComObjectpublicSpecifies the interface reference implemented by the component.
ComponentCountpublicIndicates the number of components owned by the component.
ComponentIndexpublicIndicates the position of the component in its owner's Components property array.
ComponentspublicLists all components owned by the component.
ComponentStatepublicDescribes the current state of the component, indicating when a component needs to avoid certain actions.
ComponentStylepublicGoverns the behavior of the component.
ConnectModepublishedDetermines whether the link to the DDE server is established automatically when the form is opened.
ConvpublicIndicates the handle for the current DDE conversation.
DataModepublicGoverns whether portions of the DDE conversation execute automatically.
DdeFmtpublicRepresents the clipboard format used for submitting or requesting a data item.
DdeServicepublishedSpecifies the DDE server application to be linked to a DDE client.
DdeTopicpublishedSpecifies the topic of a DDE conversation
DesignInfopublicContains information used by the Form designer.
DisposedprotectedDisposed is a read-only property that shows the current state of this object.
FormatCharspublishedDetermines if certain characters are filtered out of text data transferred from a DDE server application.
NamepublishedSpecifies the name of the component as referenced in code.
ObserverspublicIndicates the TObservers object added to the TComponent.
OwnerpublicIndicates the component that is responsible for streaming and freeing this component.
ServiceApplicationpublishedSpecifies the main executable file name (with path, if necessary) of a DDE server application, without the .EXE extension.
TagpublishedStores a NativeInt integral value as a part of a component.
VCLComObjectpublicRepresents information used internally by components that support COM.
WaitStatpublicIndicates whether the server is in the process of servicing a DDE macro that prohibits asynchronous DDE transactions.