How do you access the property of an object in Python?
Dot property accessor A common way to access the property of an object is the dot property accessor syntax: expression should evaluate to an object, and identifier is the name of the property you'd like to access. For example, let's access the property name of the object hero:
Why can't I access the accessobjectproperties collection from currentdata?
The AccessObjectProperties collection isn't accessible for objects derived from the CurrentData object (for example, CurrentData.AllTables!Table1). For objects derived in this manner, you can only access their built-in properties by direct calls to the desired property (for example, CurrentData.AllTables!Table1.Name).