|Field Type Constant Name
||Indicates that the provider caches field values and that subsequent
reads are done from the cache.
||Indicates that the field contains fixed-length data.
||Indicates that the field contains a chapter value, which specifies
a specific child recordset related to this parent field. Typically chapter fields are used with data shaping or
||Indicates that the field specifies that the resource represented by
the record is a collection of other resources, such as a folder, rather than a simple resource, such as a text
||Indicates that the field contains the default stream for the
resource represented by the record. For example, the default stream can be the HTML content of a root folder on a
Web site, which is automatically served when the root URL is specified.
||Indicates that the field accepts null values.
||Indicates that the field contains the URL that names the resource
from the data store represented by the record.
||Indicates that the field is a long binary field. Also indicates
that you can use the AppendChunk and GetChunk methods.
||Indicates that you can read null values from the field.
||Indicates that the field is deferred—that is, the field values
are not retrieved from the data source with the whole record, but only when you explicitly access them.
||Indicates that the field represents a numeric value from a column
that supports negative scale values. The scale is specified by the NumericScale property.
||Indicates that the field contains a persistent row identifier that
cannot be written to and has no meaningful value except to identify the row (such as a record number, unique
identifier, and so forth).
||Indicates that the field contains some kind of time or date stamp
used to track updates.
||Indicates that the provider cannot determine if you can write to
||Indicates that you can write to the field.
||Indicates that the provider does not specify the field attributes.