Defines the command codes used to indicate the way an application is to be launched.
See also: CApaCommandLine
The application is to open the document specified on the command line.
The application is to create the document specified on the command line.
The application is to run and open the last used document.
The application is to open the last used document and to run in the background.
Reserved for future use.
The application is to run without views.
This should NOT be used for view based applications.
The application is to run in the background and viewless mode
Defines a modifiable buffer descriptor to contain the caption or the short caption for an application.
Maximum length of an application group name.
See also: TApaAppGroupName
An application group name.
This is a name that allows applications to be categorized, for instance "Games" or "Utilities".
The hexadecimal value of the 2nd UID that defines a DLL as being a Unicode UI application. In .mmp files, the hexadecimal number is explicitly inserted as the first value following the UID keyword.
See also: KAppUidValue
The 2nd UID that defines a DLL as being a Unicode UI application.
See also: KUidApp
The type-independent 2nd UID that identifies a DLL as being a UI application.
See also: KUidApp16
The type-independent hexadecimal value of the 2nd UID that identifies a DLL as being a UI application.
See also: KAppUidValue16