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Property sets can be used to create tree-structured data structures. Any number of arbitrarily structured child property sets can be added to a property set. You may use child property sets to structure a property set in a manner similar to the data model. For example, the parent property set might be Account, with child property sets for opportunities, contacts, activities, and so on. At the same time, you could construct an independent property set called Opportunity, to which accounts, contacts, and activities might be children.
If a property set is instantiated within script and then added to a parent property set, the child property set is not released when the parent property set is released. This is because a reference to the child property set still exists independently.
var Account = TheApplication().NewPropertySet();
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