The DynamicStateStoppablePropagator type exposes the following members.
Gets or sets a value indicating whether the propagator should automatically have a pair of StoppingConditions that will stop propagation at the start or end times of this propagators availability. By default this is and should only be set to if calling code is sure that propagation will never go beyond the availability.
Gets a value that will, at run time, report the current direction of propagation of the StoppablePropagator.(Inherited from StoppablePropagatorDefinition.)
Gets or sets the definition of the StateEvaluatorT that will be propagated.
Gets or sets the initial date to propagate from.
Gets a value indicating whether this object is frozen. A frozen object cannot be modified and an ObjectFrozenException will be thrown if an attempt is made to do so.(Inherited from DefinitionalObject.)
Gets or sets the default step-size that this propagator should take.
Gets the list of StoppingConditions that will find events and dictate when propagation should end.(Inherited from StoppablePropagatorDefinition.)
Gets or sets the tolerance in seconds that the StoppablePropagator will use to say that a StoppingCondition converged on time. When the propagator is trying to find the exact event, if the time between dates is equal to or less than this span, it will say that that StoppingCondition has converged even if the FunctionTolerance has not been satisfied. This value is optional, with a default of Zero. The value must be positive. If the value is specified, then stopping conditions can converged to events if either the function tolerance or this time tolerance is satisfied.(Inherited from StoppablePropagatorDefinition.)