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AAMVAIDBuilder Class

Summary

Fluid builder object for created AAMVAIDs from scratch.

Syntax
C#
VB
C++
public class AAMVAIDBuilder : IDisposable 
Public Class AAMVAIDBuilder 
   Inherits IDisposable 
public: 
   ref class AAMVAIDBuilder : IDisposable 

Remarks

Order of set operations is important.

To create a valid AAMVAID, begin by calling the following functions in no particular order:

  • AAMVAIDBuilder.SetJurisdiction
  • AAMVAIDBuilder.SetJurisdictionVersion
  • AAMVAIDBuilder.SetVersion

Then, set the number of entries (subfiles) in the output AAMVAID with AAMVAIDBuilder.SetNumberOfEntries. This will initialize the array of subfiles in the output AAMVAID.

With your subfile array initialized, it is now safe to set the AAMVASubfileTypes of each subfile using AAMVAIDBuilder.SetSubfileType.

Then, add data elements to your subfile(s) using AAMVAIDBuilder.AddDataElementToSubfile. Ensure that you include all required fields.

Finally, call AAMVAIDBuilder.Build to build your AAMVAID.

Example

For an example, refer to AAMVAID.

Requirements

Target Platforms

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