GetTokenDialog Class

Definition

A Dialog to rerieve a user token for a configured OAuth connection This Dialog will first attempt to rerieve the user token from the Azure Bot Service If the Azure Bot Service does not already have a token, the GetTokenDialog will send the user an OAuthCard. The GetTokenDialog will then wait for either the user to come back, or for the user to send a validation code. The Dialog will attempt to exchange whatever response is sent for the user token. If successful, the dialog will return the token and otherwise will retry the specified number of times.

[System.Serializable]
public class GetTokenDialog : Microsoft.Bot.Builder.Dialogs.IDialog<Microsoft.Bot.Builder.Dialogs.GetTokenResponse>
[<System.Serializable>]
type GetTokenDialog = class
    interface IDialog<GetTokenResponse>
Public Class GetTokenDialog
Implements IDialog(Of GetTokenResponse)
Inheritance
GetTokenDialog
Attributes
Implements

Constructors

GetTokenDialog(String, String, String, Int32, String)

Methods

StartAsync(IDialogContext)

Extension Methods

Catch<T>(IDialog<T>, Func<IDialog<T>,Exception,IDialog<T>>)

When the antecedent IDialog<TResult> has completed, catch and handle any exceptions.

Catch<T,E>(IDialog<T>, Func<IDialog<T>,E,IDialog<T>>)

When the antecedent IDialog<TResult> has completed, catch and handle any exceptions of type E.

ContinueWith<T,R>(IDialog<T>, Chain.Continuation)

When the antecedent IDialog<TResult> has completed, execute the continuation to produce the next IDialog<TResult>.

DefaultIfException<T>(IDialog<T>)

When the antecedent IDialog<TResult> has completed, stop the propagation of Exception.

DefaultIfException<T,E>(IDialog<T>)

When the antecedent IDialog<TResult> has completed, stop the propagation of an exception of E.

Do<T>(IDialog<T>, Func<IBotContext,IAwaitable<T>,Task>)

Execute a side-effect after a IDialog<TResult> completes.

Loop<T>(IDialog<T>)

Loop the IDialog<TResult> forever.

PostEvent<T,E>(IDialog<T>, E)

When the antecedent IDialog<TResult> has completed, post the item to the event queue.

PostToUser<T>(IDialog<T>)

Post to the user the result of a IDialog<TResult>.

Select<T,R>(IDialog<T>, Func<T,R>)

When the antecedent IDialog<TResult> has completed, project the result into a new IDialog<TResult>.

SelectMany<T,C,R>(IDialog<T>, Func<T,IDialog<C>>, Func<T,C,R>)

When the antecedent IDialog<TResult> has completed, execute the next IDialog<TResult>, and use the projection to combine the results.

Switch<T,R>(IDialog<T>, ICase<T,R>[])

When the antecedent IDialog<TResult> has completed, go through each ICase<T,R> and run the ContextualSelector<T,R>" of the first ICase<T,R> that the returned value by the antecedent dialog satisfies.

Then<T,R>(IDialog<T>, Func<IBotContext,IAwaitable<T>,Task<R>>)

Execute an action after the IDialog<TResult> completes.

Void<T>(IDialog<T>, IDialogStack)

Call the voided IDialog<TResult>, ignore the result, then restart the original dialog wait.

Void<T,R>(IDialog<T>)

Call the voided IDialog<TResult>, ignore the result, then restart the original dialog wait.

WaitToBot<T>(IDialog<T>)

Post to the chain the message to the bot after the antecedent completes.

Where<T>(IDialog<T>, Func<T,Boolean>)

When the antecedent IDialog<TResult> has completed, evaluate the predicate and decide whether to continue.

While<T>(IDialog<T>, Func<T,IDialog<Boolean>>, Func<T,IDialog<T>>)

Create a IDialog<TResult> that represents a while loop.

WithScorable<T,Item,Score>(IDialog<T>, IScorable<Item,Score>)

Decorate a dialog with a scorable, so that a scorable can participate on the dialog stack.

Applies to