RangeValuePattern.RangeValuePatternInformation.IsReadOnly RangeValuePattern.RangeValuePatternInformation.IsReadOnly RangeValuePattern.RangeValuePatternInformation.IsReadOnly RangeValuePattern.RangeValuePatternInformation.IsReadOnly Property

Definition

Gets a value that specifies whether the value of a UI Automation element is read-only.

public:
 property bool IsReadOnly { bool get(); };
public bool IsReadOnly { get; }
member this.IsReadOnly : bool
Public ReadOnly Property IsReadOnly As Boolean

Property Value

true if the value is read-only; false if it can be modified. The default is true.

Examples

In the following example, an AutomationElement that supports the RangeValuePattern control pattern has its value incremented or decremented by the control-specific LargeChange value.

SetRangeValue(targetControl[0], rangeValuePattern.Current.LargeChange, -1);
SetRangeValue(targetControl(0), rangeValuePattern.Current.LargeChange, - 1)
///--------------------------------------------------------------------
/// <summary>
/// Sets the range value of the control of interest.
/// </summary>
/// <param name="targetControl">
/// The automation element of interest.
/// </param>
/// <param name="rangeValue">
/// The value (either relative or absolute) to set the control to.
/// </param>
/// <param name="rangeDirection">
/// The value used to specify the direction of adjustment.
/// </param>
///--------------------------------------------------------------------
private void SetRangeValue(
    AutomationElement targetControl,
    double rangeValue,
    double rangeDirection)
{
    if (targetControl == null || rangeValue == 0 || rangeDirection == 0)
    {
        throw new ArgumentException("Argument cannot be null or zero.");
    }

    RangeValuePattern rangeValuePattern =
        GetRangeValuePattern(targetControl);

    if (rangeValuePattern.Current.IsReadOnly)
    {
        throw new InvalidOperationException("Control is read-only.");
    }

    rangeValue = rangeValue * Math.Sign(rangeDirection);

    try
    {
        if ((rangeValue <= rangeValuePattern.Current.Maximum) ||
            (rangeValue >= rangeValuePattern.Current.Minimum))
        {
            rangeValuePattern.SetValue(rangeValue);
        }
    }
    catch (ArgumentOutOfRangeException)
    {
        // TO DO: Error handling.
    }
    catch (ArgumentException)
    {
        // TO DO: Error handling.
    }
}
'''--------------------------------------------------------------------
''' <summary>
''' Sets the range value of the control of interest.
''' </summary>
''' <param name="targetControl">
''' The automation element of interest.
''' </param>
''' <param name="rangeValue">
''' The value (either relative or absolute) to set the control to.
''' </param>
''' <param name="rangeDirection">
''' The value used to specify the direction of adjustment.
''' </param>
'''--------------------------------------------------------------------
Private Overloads Sub SetRangeValue( _
ByVal targetControl As AutomationElement, _
ByVal rangeValue As Double, ByVal rangeDirection As Double)
    If targetControl Is Nothing OrElse _
    rangeValue = 0 OrElse rangeDirection = 0 Then
        Throw New ArgumentException("Argument cannot be null or zero.")
    End If

    Dim rangeValuePattern As RangeValuePattern = _
    GetRangeValuePattern(targetControl)

    If rangeValuePattern.Current.IsReadOnly Then
        Throw New InvalidOperationException("Control is read-only.")
    End If

    rangeValue = rangeValue * Math.Sign(rangeDirection)

    Try
        If rangeValue <= rangeValuePattern.Current.Maximum OrElse _
        rangeValue >= rangeValuePattern.Current.Minimum Then
            rangeValuePattern.SetValue(rangeValue)
        End If
    Catch exc As ArgumentOutOfRangeException
        ' TO DO: Error handling.
    Catch exc As ArgumentException
        ' TO DO: Error handling.
    End Try

End Sub 'SetRangeValue
///--------------------------------------------------------------------
/// <summary>
/// Obtains a RangeValuePattern control pattern from an 
/// automation element.
/// </summary>
/// <param name="targetControl">
/// The automation element of interest.
/// </param>
/// <returns>
/// A RangeValuePattern object.
/// </returns>
///--------------------------------------------------------------------
private RangeValuePattern GetRangeValuePattern(
    AutomationElement targetControl)
{
    RangeValuePattern rangeValuePattern = null;

    try
    {
        rangeValuePattern =
            targetControl.GetCurrentPattern(
            RangeValuePattern.Pattern)
            as RangeValuePattern;
    }
    // Object doesn't support the 
    // RangeValuePattern control pattern
    catch (InvalidOperationException)
    {
        return null;
    }

    return rangeValuePattern;
}
'''--------------------------------------------------------------------
''' <summary>
''' Obtains a RangeValuePattern control pattern from an 
''' automation element.
''' </summary>
''' <param name="targetControl">
''' The automation element of interest.
''' </param>
''' <returns>
''' A RangeValuePattern object.
''' </returns>
'''--------------------------------------------------------------------
Private Function GetRangeValuePattern( _
ByVal targetControl As AutomationElement) As RangeValuePattern
    Dim rangeValuePattern As RangeValuePattern = Nothing

    Try
        rangeValuePattern = DirectCast( _
        targetControl.GetCurrentPattern(rangeValuePattern.Pattern), _
        RangeValuePattern)
    Catch exc As InvalidOperationException
        ' Object doesn't support the 
        ' RangeValuePattern control pattern
        Return Nothing
    End Try

    Return rangeValuePattern

End Function 'GetRangeValuePattern    

Remarks

A control should have its IsEnabledProperty set to true and its IsReadOnlyProperty set to false prior to the creation of a RangeValuePattern object.

Applies to