4 Replies Latest reply on Sep 1, 2015 5:00 PM by Tim Lewis

    How do I get custom properties not associated with a configuration in VBA?

    Tim Lewis

      I have a set of custom properties that are not associated with a configuration (or, if you like, they apply to all configurations that may be present and I only want to enter them once) that I need to reference in VBA.  What is the best way to get that information?

       

      Most of the means I've found are for getting configuration-specific custom properties.  Examples are Get5 Method and GetAll2 Method.  The ones that do seem to provide access to custom properties not associated with configurations, don't give me the information I need.  For example, the GetNames Method will get the names of the properties, but doesn't give the value of those properties.

       

      Is this not possible?  Am I missing something?