RelatedEnd.TargetRoleName RelatedEnd.TargetRoleName RelatedEnd.TargetRoleName RelatedEnd.TargetRoleName Property

Definition

Gets the role name at the target end of the relationship.

public:
 property System::String ^ TargetRoleName { System::String ^ get(); };
public string TargetRoleName { get; }
member this.TargetRoleName : string
Public ReadOnly Property TargetRoleName As String

Property Value

A String that is the role name.

Implements

Examples

The example in this topic is based on the AdventureWorks Sales Model. The example adds new SalesOrderHeader entities to the Contact entity. Then it gets all related ends from the Contact entity and displays relationship name, source role name, and target role name for each related end.

using (AdventureWorksEntities context =
    new AdventureWorksEntities())
{
    Contact contact = new Contact();

    // Create a new SalesOrderHeader.
    SalesOrderHeader newSalesOrder1 = new SalesOrderHeader();
    // Add SalesOrderHeader to the Contact.
    contact.SalesOrderHeaders.Add(newSalesOrder1);

    // Create another SalesOrderHeader.
    SalesOrderHeader newSalesOrder2 = new SalesOrderHeader();
    // Add SalesOrderHeader to the Contact.
    contact.SalesOrderHeaders.Add(newSalesOrder2);

    // Get all related ends
    IEnumerable<IRelatedEnd> relEnds =
        ((IEntityWithRelationships)contact).RelationshipManager
        .GetAllRelatedEnds();

    foreach (IRelatedEnd relEnd in relEnds)
    {
        Console.WriteLine("Relationship Name: {0}", relEnd.RelationshipName);
        Console.WriteLine("Source Role Name: {0}", relEnd.SourceRoleName);
        Console.WriteLine("Target Role Name: {0}", relEnd.TargetRoleName);
    }
}
Using context As New AdventureWorksEntities()
    Dim contact As New Contact()

    ' Create a new SalesOrderHeader. 
    Dim newSalesOrder1 As New SalesOrderHeader()
    ' Add SalesOrderHeader to the Contact. 
    contact.SalesOrderHeaders.Add(newSalesOrder1)

    ' Create another SalesOrderHeader. 
    Dim newSalesOrder2 As New SalesOrderHeader()
    ' Add SalesOrderHeader to the Contact. 
    contact.SalesOrderHeaders.Add(newSalesOrder2)

    ' Get all related ends 
    Dim relEnds As IEnumerable(Of IRelatedEnd) = DirectCast(contact, IEntityWithRelationships).RelationshipManager.GetAllRelatedEnds()

    For Each relEnd As IRelatedEnd In relEnds
        Console.WriteLine("Relationship Name: {0}", relEnd.RelationshipName)
        Console.WriteLine("Source Role Name: {0}", relEnd.SourceRoleName)
        Console.WriteLine("Target Role Name: {0}", relEnd.TargetRoleName)
    Next
End Using

Remarks

The role name is specified by the Role attribute of the End element in the association that defines this relationship in the conceptual model. For more information, see Association Element (CSDL).

Applies to

See also