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Inside Microsoft® Exchange Server 2007 Web Services by Huw Upshall, Mark Taylor, Ben Spain, Michael Mainer, David Sterling

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In Exchange Web Services, Properties Are King

Properties in Exchange Web Services take on a significant role, even outside of the objects on which they reside. When we refer to a property, we are talking about one of the columns in the item table, such as the subject. A property as an entity can be referenced by using a property path. A property path has nothing to do with any specific value on any specific item. The property is simply a piece of metadata. Comparing it with standard OOP principles, a property path is to a property as a class is to an instance. Comparing it with relational databases, a property path is to a property as a column definition is to a specific value within that column.

Exchange Web Services exposes several different ...

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