Sets the value of a multi-value process property.

public void SetMultiValueProperty(string name, IEnumerable<string> values);
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Classes: Properties


Parameters

string name

Name of the property to set.

IEnumerable<string> value

Value(s) to set to the property.


Example

The following example demonstrates setting the values of a multi value property.

var values = new List<string>();
values.Add("one");
values.Add("two");
values.Add("three");
Process.Properties.SetMultiValueProperty("MV", values);
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Remarks

If no property can be found by the parameter "name", an InvalidOperationException will be thrown.

This method will execute successfully on property regardless if it is backed by a multi value field in the field catalog.