The T:Microsoft.SqlServer.Management.Smo.FacetInfo object represents facet information. A facet represents a logical dimension of a target object and is used, together with a local expression, to build a condition.
Assembly: Microsoft.SqlServer.Dmf (in Microsoft.SqlServer.Dmf.dll)
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Gets the descriptions of the facet.
Gets the display name of the facet.
Gets the evaluation mode for the facet.
Gets static information about the properties of the facet.
Gets the descriptors of the facet properties.
Gets the facet type.
Gets the name of the facet.
A facet is a logical dimension of a target type with a set of logical properties. An example of a facet on a SQL Server instance target is Database Mail. A target type can implement more than one management facet; and a management facet can be implemented by more than one target type. For example, many instances of SQL Server can have Database Mail installed and one instance of SQL Server can have both Database Mail and as well other facets.
The state of a target is the description of current characteristics of a target in terms of management facets. The expression used to create a condition specified the state of the target in terms of the facet.
Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.