UIHierarchy.UIHierarchyItems UIHierarchy.UIHierarchyItems UIHierarchy.UIHierarchyItems UIHierarchy.UIHierarchyItems Property

Definition

Gets a collection representing children of the item.

public:
 property EnvDTE::UIHierarchyItems ^ UIHierarchyItems { EnvDTE::UIHierarchyItems ^ get(); };
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.DispId(3)]
[get: System.Runtime.InteropServices.DispId(3)]
public EnvDTE.UIHierarchyItems UIHierarchyItems { get; }
member this.UIHierarchyItems : EnvDTE.UIHierarchyItems
Public ReadOnly Property UIHierarchyItems As UIHierarchyItems

Property Value

Examples

Sub UIHierarchyItemsExample(ByVal dte As DTE2)  
  
    ' NOTE: This example requires a reference to the   
    '       System.Text namespace.  
  
    ' Before running this example, open a project.  
    Dim sb As New StringBuilder  
  
    RecurseItems(dte.ToolWindows.SolutionExplorer.UIHierarchyItems, _  
        0, sb)  
  
    MsgBox("Solution Explorer contains the following items:" & _  
        vbCrLf & vbCrLf & sb.ToString())  
  
End Sub  
  
Sub RecurseItems(ByVal items As UIHierarchyItems, _  
    ByVal level As Integer, ByVal sb As StringBuilder)  
  
    Dim item As UIHierarchyItem  
    For Each item In items  
        ' Add item to the list of names.  
        sb.Append(" "c, level * 8)  
        sb.Append(item.Name & vbCrLf)  
  
        RecurseItems(item.UIHierarchyItems, level + 1, sb)  
    Next  
  
End Sub  
public void UIHierarchyItemsExample(DTE2 dte)  
{  
    // NOTE: This example requires a reference to the   
    //       System.Text namespace.  
  
    // Before running this example, open a project.  
    StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();  
  
    RecurseItems(dte.ToolWindows.SolutionExplorer.UIHierarchyItems,   
        0, sb);  
  
    MessageBox.Show(  
        "Solution Explorer contains the following items:\n\n" +   
        sb.ToString());  
}  
  
void RecurseItems(UIHierarchyItems items, int level, StringBuilder sb)  
{  
    foreach (UIHierarchyItem item in items)  
    {  
        // Add item to the list of names.  
        sb.Append(' ', level * 8);  
        sb.Append(item.Name + "\n");  
  
        RecurseItems(item.UIHierarchyItems, level + 1, sb);  
    }  
}  

Applies to