AddInToken.AssemblyName AddInToken.AssemblyName AddInToken.AssemblyName AddInToken.AssemblyName Property

Definition

Gets the name of the assembly that contains the add-in.

public:
 property System::Reflection::AssemblyName ^ AssemblyName { System::Reflection::AssemblyName ^ get(); };
public System.Reflection.AssemblyName AssemblyName { get; }
member this.AssemblyName : System.Reflection.AssemblyName
Public ReadOnly Property AssemblyName As AssemblyName

Property Value

Examples

The following example displays the value of the Name, AddInFullName, Description, AssemblyName, Publisher, and Version properties to the console. This code example is part of a larger example provided for the AddInToken class.

// Show the token properties for each token 
// in the AddInToken collection (tokens),
// preceded by the add-in number in [] brackets.
   int tokNumber = 1;
foreach (AddInToken tok in tokens)
{
	Console.WriteLine(String.Format("\t[{0}]: {1} - {2}\n\t{3}\n\t\t {4}\n\t\t {5} - {6}",
		tokNumber.ToString(), 
		tok.Name,
		tok.AddInFullName,
		tok.AssemblyName,
		tok.Description,
		tok.Version,
		tok.Publisher));
       tokNumber++;
}
' Show the token properties for each token 
' in the AddInToken collection (tokens),
' preceded by the add-in number in [] brackets.

Dim tokNumber As Integer = 1
For Each tok As AddInToken In tokens
    Console.WriteLine(vbTab & "{0}: {1} - {2}" & _
            vbLf & vbTab & "{3}" & _
            vbLf & vbTab & "{4}" & _
            vbLf & vbTab & "{5} - {6}", _
            tokNumber.ToString, tok.Name, _
            tok.AddInFullName, tok.AssemblyName, _
            tok.Description, tok.Version, tok.Publisher)
    tokNumber = tokNumber + 1
Next

Remarks

This property obtains the display name of the assembly that contains the add-in, as it would be returned by the Assembly.FullName property. This value is always available on an instance of an AddInToken object.

Applies to