Provides access to members that manage a set of selected table rows or features.
|Add||Adds an object id to the selection set.|
|AddList||Adds a list of object id's to the selection set.|
|Combine||Combines this selection set with another selection set using the specified set operation.|
|Count||The number of oids in the selection set.|
|FullName||The full name of the selection set.|
|IDs||Enumerates the object ids in the selection set.|
|MakePermanent||Makes the SelectionSet permanent. By default SelectionSets are deleted when released.|
|Refresh||Refreshes the state of a snapshot selection.|
|RemoveList||Removes a list of object id's from the selection set.|
|Search||Returns a cursor that can be used to retrieve the objects specified by a query over this selection set.|
|Select||Returns a new selection That contains the object ids selected by a query over this selection set.|
|Target||The Table or FeatureClass over which the selection set is defined.|
|Update||Returns a cursor that can be used to update the objects specified by a query over this selection set.|
Returns a cursor that can be used to update the objects specified by a query over this selection set.
Public Sub Update ( _ ByVal QueryFilter As IQueryFilter, _ ByVal Recycling As Boolean, _ ByRef Cursor As ICursor _ )
public void Update ( IQueryFilter QueryFilter, bool Recycling, ref ICursor Cursor );
The Updatemethod returns an 'update' cursor that can be used to update or delete rows. It offers somewhat faster performance than multiple calls to Storeor Deleteon row objects fetched using a non-recycling search cursor for tables storing simple rows and simple features. There is no difference in performance for custom features.
All edits to features that participate in a Topology or Geometric Network must be bracketed within an edit operation.
|ISelectionSet||Provides access to members that manage a set of selected table rows or features.|
|RelQueryTableSelectionSet||Esri RelQueryTable Selection object.|
|SelectionSet||Esri Selection Set object.|