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Attachmate.Reflection.Emulation.Common Namespace / CreditCardRecognizedEventArgs Class / CreditCardRecognizedEventArgs Constructor
The card number (in redacted format) that was recognized.
The Windows user name of the current user.
The machine name (as set up in the system control panel).
The domain that the user is logged onto, or an empty string if not logged onto a Windows domain.
The date and time that the event occurred.
The type of access that the credit card number was encountered in (eg. LiveScreen, OfficeTools, ScreenHistory, etc).
Reserved for future use. This currently always returns a success return code.


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    CreditCardRecognizedEventArgs Constructor
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    Initializes a new instance of the CreditCardRecognizedEventArgs class.
    Syntax
    'Declaration
     
    
    Public Function New( _
       ByVal accountNumber As String, _
       ByVal user As String, _
       ByVal machineName As String, _
       ByVal userDomainName As String, _
       ByVal dateTime As String, _
       ByVal eventType As String, _
       ByVal success As Boolean _
    )
    'Usage
     
    
    Dim accountNumber As String
    Dim user As String
    Dim machineName As String
    Dim userDomainName As String
    Dim dateTime As String
    Dim eventType As String
    Dim success As Boolean
     
    Dim instance As New CreditCardRecognizedEventArgs(accountNumber, user, machineName, userDomainName, dateTime, eventType, success)

    Parameters

    accountNumber
    The card number (in redacted format) that was recognized.
    user
    The Windows user name of the current user.
    machineName
    The machine name (as set up in the system control panel).
    userDomainName
    The domain that the user is logged onto, or an empty string if not logged onto a Windows domain.
    dateTime
    The date and time that the event occurred.
    eventType
    The type of access that the credit card number was encountered in (eg. LiveScreen, OfficeTools, ScreenHistory, etc).
    success
    Reserved for future use. This currently always returns a success return code.
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