Provides access to properties of a server directory. Note: the IServerDirectoryInfo interface has been superseded byIServerDirectoryInfo2. Please consider using the more recent version.
|CleaningMode||The mode by which the files in the server directory are cleaned (by age, by size or none).|
|Description||The description of the server directory.|
|MaxFileAge||The maximum age (in seconds) a file can be in the server directory before it is deleted, if the cleaning mode is by file age.|
|Path||The path of the output directory.|
|URL||The URL of the virtual directory that maps to the physical directory as described by the Path property.|
CoClasses that implement IServerDirectoryInfo
|CoClasses and Classes||Description|
|ServerDirectoryInfo||The ServerDirectoryInfo object which provides access to properties of a server output directory.|
The ArcGIS Server manages a set of server directories. A server directory is a location on a file system that the GIS server is configured to clean up files it writes. Server dirtectories can be added, removed, and modified by users or developers who are members of the agsadmin users group, and therfore have administrator priviliges on the ArcGIS Server.
Users and developers who are not administrators also need access to the list of the GIS server's server directories and the set of their properties that are necessary for programming applications that use them as locations to write output. Users that are members of the agsusers user group, but are not members of the agsadmin user group, can get information about server directories using the GetServerDirectoryInfos method on IServerObjectManager to get the IServerDirectoryInfo interface.
IServerDirectoryInfo provides read-only access to a subset of the server directory's properties. These properties include:
Path: the physical path of the directory in disk
URL: the URL of the virtual directory corresonding to the physical directory
Description: the description of the server directory
CleaningMode: indicates whether the directory is cleaned by file age, by last accessed, or its contents are not cleaned up
MaxFileAge: inidicates the maximum age, or the maximum time since last accessed, that files can be in the server directory before they are cleaned up
The properties listed above are those necessary for developers of server applications to make use of the various GIS server's server directories.