MessageFilterTable<TFilterData>.TryGetValue(MessageFilter, TFilterData) MessageFilterTable<TFilterData>.TryGetValue(MessageFilter, TFilterData) MessageFilterTable<TFilterData>.TryGetValue(MessageFilter, TFilterData) MessageFilterTable<TFilterData>.TryGetValue(MessageFilter, TFilterData) Method

Definition

Checks whether a filter is stored in the filter table.

public:
 virtual bool TryGetValue(System::ServiceModel::Dispatcher::MessageFilter ^ filter, [Runtime::InteropServices::Out] TFilterData % data);
public bool TryGetValue (System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher.MessageFilter filter, out TFilterData data);
abstract member TryGetValue : System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher.MessageFilter *  -> bool
override this.TryGetValue : System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher.MessageFilter *  -> bool
Public Function TryGetValue (filter As MessageFilter, ByRef data As TFilterData) As Boolean

Parameters

filter
MessageFilter MessageFilter MessageFilter MessageFilter

The filter that is used as a key to retrieve the data.

data
TFilterData TFilterData TFilterData TFilterData

The data associated with the filter.

Returns

true if there is a filter in the filter table that has data associated with it; otherwise false.

Remarks

This method is an efficient way to check whether a filter is in the filter table because when the filter is not present, it returns false instead of throwing an exception. If you try to retrieve the filter from the table and it is not there, an exception is thrown.

Applies to