CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities, ROOT\CIMV2\power

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Description

This association indicates that the non-null, non-key set of properties of the component SettingData instance specifies some capabilities of the associated Capabilities instance. The interpretation of the set of properties in the associated SettingData is governed by the properties: PropertyPolicy and ValueRole. For a particular Capabilities instance, the complete set of Component SettingData instances, together with properties of the Capabilities instance itself, defines the overall range of supported capabilities. PropertyPolicy determines whether the properties of the set are interpreted independently or as a whole (i.e. correlated.) ValueRole further qualifies the members of the set. This association eliminates the need to define and maintain corresponding property definitions and values in both a Capabilities subclass and a SettingData subclass. Typically these setting instances will be published along with the associated Capabilities instance and will not be modifiable by the client.

CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities - child subclasses in ROOT\CIMV2\power

Number of classes:1
Class nameChildsPropertiesMethodsClass
Instances
Child
Instances
AbstractSingleton
Win32_PowerSettingDefineCapabilities05040---

CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities properties

CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities has 5 properties (3 Local, 2 Derived)

NameOriginCIMType
key
GroupComponent
CIM_Component102 [ref:CIM_Capabilities]
key
PartComponent
CIM_Component102 [ref:CIM_SettingData]
PropertyPolicyCIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities18 [uint16]
ValueRangeCIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities18 [uint16]
ValueRoleCIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities18 [uint16]

Detailed description of CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities properties

Local properties (3) of CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities class

PropertyPolicy property
CIMTYPE'uint16'
Description'PropertyPolicy defines whether or not the non-null, non-key properties of the associated SettingData instance are treated independently or as a correlated set. For instance, an independent set of maximum properties might be defined, when there is no relationship between each property. On the other hand, several correlated sets of maximum properties might need to be defined when the maximum values of each are dependent on some of the others.'
ModelCorrespondence['CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities.ValueRole', 'CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities.ValueRange']
RequiredTrue
ValueMap['0', '1', '..']
Values['Independent', 'Correlated', 'DMTF Reserved']
PropertyPolicy property is in 2 classes of ROOT\CIMV2\power and in 3 namespaces
ValueRange property
CIMTYPE'uint16'
Description'The ValueRange property indicates further semantics on the interpretation of all non-null, non-key properties of the Component SettingData.
"Point" indicates that this SettingData instance provides a single set of values.
"Minimums", "Maximums", and "Increments", are only evaluated against non-null, non-key, non-enumerated, non-boolean, numeric properties of the SettingData instance. Each property of that set shall be mathematically comparable to other instances of that property.
"Minimums" indicates that this SettingData instance provides minimum values for evaluated properties. When used with PropertyPolicy = "Independent", only one such setting per particular SettingData instance shall be specified for any Capabilities. Unless restricted by a Maximums on the same set of properties, all values that compare higher than the specified values are also considered to be supported by the associated capabilities instance.
"Maximums" indicates that this SettingData instance provides maximum values for evaluated properties. When used with PropertyPolicy = "Independent", only one such setting per particular SettingData instance shall be specified for any Capabilities. Unless restricted by a Minimums on the same set of properties, all values that compare lower than the specified values are also considered to be supported by the associated capabilities instance.
"Increments" indicates that this SettingData instance provides increment values for evaluated properties. For the associated Capabilities, if an evaluated property currently has no corresponding minimums or maximums, then the property has no affect. Otherwise, for each evaluated property: its value x shall be between the minimum and maximum, inclusively, and shall have the property that both the result of maximum minus x and the result of x minus minimum are each an integer multiple of the increment. If either minimum or maximum is not specified and the other is, then the missing value shall be respectively assumed to be the lowest or highest supported value for the property's data-type. Additionally, if both a minimum and a maximum are specified for an evaluated property, then the result of maximum minus minimum shall be an integer multiple of the increment.'
ModelCorrespondence['CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities.PropertyPolicy', 'CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities.ValueRole']
ValueMap['0', '1', '2', '3', '..']
Values['Point', 'Minimums', 'Maximums', 'Increments', 'DMTF Reserved']
ValueRange property is in 2 classes of ROOT\CIMV2\power and in 3 namespaces
ValueRole property
CIMTYPE'uint16'
Description'The ValueRole property indicates further semantics on the interpretation of the non-null, non-key properties of the Component SettingData.
"Default" indicates that property values of the component SettingData instance will be used as default values, when a new SettingData instance is created for elements whose capabilities are defined by the associated Capabilities instance.
Across instances of settingdata, for particular properties having the same semantic purpose, at most one such settingdata instance shall be specified as a default.
"Optimal" indicates that the SettingData instance represents optimal setting values for elements associated with the associated capabilities instance. Multiple component SettingData instances may be declared as optimal."Mean" indicates that the non-null, non-key, non-enumerated, non-boolean, numeric properties of the associated SettingData instance represents an average point along some dimension. For different combinations of SettingData properties, multiple component SettingData instances may be declared as "Mean". "Supported" indicates that the non-null, non-key properties of the Component SettingData instance represents a set of supported property values that are not otherwise qualified.'
ModelCorrespondence['CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities.PropertyPolicy', 'CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities.ValueRange']
ValueMap['0', '1', '2', '3', '..']
Values['Default', 'Optimal', 'Mean', 'Supported', 'DMTF Reserved']
ValueRole property is in 2 classes of ROOT\CIMV2\power and in 3 namespaces

Derived properties (2) of CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities class

GroupComponent property
AggregateTrue
CIMTYPE'ref:CIM_Capabilities'
Description'The Capabilities instance.'
keyTrue
Max1
Override'GroupComponent'
GroupComponent property is in 6 classes of ROOT\CIMV2\power and in 18 namespaces
PartComponent property
CIMTYPE'ref:CIM_SettingData'
Description'A Setting used to define the associated Capabilities instance.'
keyTrue
Override'PartComponent'
PartComponent property is in 6 classes of ROOT\CIMV2\power and in 18 namespaces

CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities Qualifiers

NameValueToInstanceToSubclassOverridableAmendedLocal
AggregationTrue
AssociationTrue
Description'This association indicates that the non-null, non-key set of properties of the component SettingData instance specifies some capabilities of the associated Capabilities instance. The interpretation of the set of properties in the associated SettingData is governed by the properties: PropertyPolicy and ValueRole.
For a particular Capabilities instance, the complete set of Component SettingData instances, together with properties of the Capabilities instance itself, defines the overall range of supported capabilities.
PropertyPolicy determines whether the properties of the set are interpreted independently or as a whole (i.e. correlated.)
ValueRole further qualifies the members of the set.
This association eliminates the need to define and maintain corresponding property definitions and values in both a Capabilities subclass and a SettingData subclass.
Typically these setting instances will be published along with the associated Capabilities instance and will not be modifiable by the client.'
locale'MS_409'
UMLPackagePath'CIM::Core::Settings'
Version'2.22.1'

CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities System properties

NameValueOriginCIMTypeLocalArray
__PATH'\\.\ROOT\CIMV2\power:CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities'___SYSTEM8
__NAMESPACE'ROOT\CIMV2\power'___SYSTEM8
__SERVER'.'___SYSTEM8
__DERIVATION['CIM_Component']___SYSTEM8
__PROPERTY_COUNT5___SYSTEM3
__RELPATH'CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities'___SYSTEM8
__DYNASTY'CIM_Component'___SYSTEM8
__SUPERCLASS'CIM_Component'___SYSTEM8
__CLASS'CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities'___SYSTEM8
__GENUS1___SYSTEM3

Similar Classes to CIM_SettingsDefineCapabilities

Number of classes:4
Class nameChildsPropertiesMethodsClass
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Win32_PowerSettingCapabilities03040---
Win32_PowerSettingDefineCapabilities05040---
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