Definition of the type and length information that should be used with a field.
The RDMFidDef..::..OMMTypeEnum type exposes the following members.
Array is a simple container of ordered entries each known as an ArrayEntry.
Indicates an 8-bit characters encoding using the Reuters Basic Character Set (RBCS). RBCS is also used for Marketfeed. The first 128 characters are equivalent to the ASCII character set (ANSI X3.4-1968) (a primitive type).
Indicates a Buffer (a primitive type).
A 4 byte value that represents a Gregorian date (a primitive type).
An 8 byte combination of a Date and a Time (a primitive type).
An 8-byte value that has a range of -1.7e308 to +1.7e308 with an accuracy of 14 to 15 digits.
An ElementList is a container of flexible self-describing named entries known as ElementEntry(s).
A 2-byte signed value that can be expanded to a language specific string in an EnumTable Dictionary (a primitive type).
The FieldList is a Container of identifier/value pairs Entries each known as a FieldEntry.
A FilterList is a Container of loosely coupled Entries each known as FilterEntry.
A 4-byte value that has a range of -3.4e38 to +3.4e38 with an accuracy of 6 to 7 decimal digits.
A signed integer (a primitive type).
A Map is a Container of manipulable associative key value paired Entries each known as a MapEntry.
Indicates a MSG.
Indicates an OPAQUE.
Indicates Quality Of Service Info.
An precion value (up to 14 places after the decimal) for decimals, fractional or exponentials (a primitive type).
Reuters Multilingual Text Encoding Standard (can contain partial field update semantics).
A Series is a Container of accruable repetitive structured Entries each known as SeriesEntry.
Indicates Status Info.
A 4 byte value that includes information for hours, minutes, seconds, and time zone (a primitive type).
A unsigned integer (a primitive type).
Indicates a UTF-8 encoding of ISO 10646 (specified in section 3.9 of the Unicode 4.0 standard and IETF's RFC 3629) (a primitive type).
A Vector is a Container of position-oriented highly manipulable Entries each known as a VectorEntry.
Indicates an XML.