MessageQueryTable<TItem> Class

Definition

Manages a collection of message query objects.

generic <typename TItem>
public ref class MessageQueryTable : System::Collections::Generic::ICollection<System::Collections::Generic::KeyValuePair<System::ServiceModel::Dispatcher::MessageQuery ^, TItem>>, System::Collections::Generic::IDictionary<System::ServiceModel::Dispatcher::MessageQuery ^, TItem>, System::Collections::Generic::IEnumerable<System::Collections::Generic::KeyValuePair<System::ServiceModel::Dispatcher::MessageQuery ^, TItem>>
public class MessageQueryTable<TItem> : System.Collections.Generic.ICollection<System.Collections.Generic.KeyValuePair<System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher.MessageQuery,TItem>>, System.Collections.Generic.IDictionary<System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher.MessageQuery,TItem>, System.Collections.Generic.IEnumerable<System.Collections.Generic.KeyValuePair<System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher.MessageQuery,TItem>>
type MessageQueryTable<'Item> = class
    interface IDictionary<MessageQuery, 'Item>
    interface ICollection<KeyValuePair<MessageQuery, 'Item>>
    interface seq<KeyValuePair<MessageQuery, 'Item>>
    interface IEnumerable
Public Class MessageQueryTable(Of TItem)
Implements ICollection(Of KeyValuePair(Of MessageQuery, TItem)), IDictionary(Of MessageQuery, TItem), IEnumerable(Of KeyValuePair(Of MessageQuery, TItem))

Type Parameters

TItem

The type of the values returned by the queries.

Inheritance
MessageQueryTable<TItem>
Implements

Examples

The following example creates a message and XPath message queries. The queries are evaluated by the XPathMessageQuery objects contained in an XPathMessageQueryCollection object. The results of each query are tested using the ResultType property of the XPathResult class. Uncomment the alternate code to see similar functionality demonstrated using the MessageQueryTable<TItem>.

using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Xml;
using System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher;
using System.ServiceModel;
using System.ServiceModel.Channels;
using System.Xml.XPath;

namespace MessageQueryExamples
{
    
    class Program
    {
        static void Main(string[] args)
        {
            // The XPathMessageQueryCollection inherits from MessageQueryCollection.
            XPathMessageQueryCollection queryCollection = MessageHelper.SetupQueryCollection();


            // Create a message and a copy of the message. You must create a buffered copy to access the message body.
            Message mess = MessageHelper.CreateMessage();
            MessageBuffer mb = mess.CreateBufferedCopy(int.MaxValue);


            // Evaluate every query in the collection. 
            foreach (XPathMessageQuery q in queryCollection)
            {
                // Evaluate the query. Note the result type is an XPathResult.
                XPathResult qPathResult = q.Evaluate<XPathResult>(mb);

                // Use the XPathResult to determine the result type.
                Console.WriteLine("Result type: {0}", qPathResult.ResultType);

                // The following code prints the result according to the result type.

                if (qPathResult.ResultType == XPathResultType.String)
                    Console.WriteLine("{0} = {1}", q.Expression, qPathResult.GetResultAsString());

                if (qPathResult.ResultType == XPathResultType.NodeSet)
                {
                    // Iterate through the node set.
                    XPathNodeIterator ns = qPathResult.GetResultAsNodeset();
                    foreach (XPathNavigator n in ns)
                        Console.WriteLine("\t{0} = {1}", q.Expression, n.Value);
                }
                if (qPathResult.ResultType == XPathResultType.Number)
                    Console.WriteLine("\t{0} = {1}", q.Expression, qPathResult.GetResultAsNumber());

                if (qPathResult.ResultType == XPathResultType.Boolean)
                    Console.WriteLine("\t{0} ={1}", q.Expression, qPathResult.GetResultAsBoolean());

                if (qPathResult.ResultType == XPathResultType.Error)
                    Console.WriteLine("\tError!");
            }

            Console.WriteLine();

            // The alternate code below demonstrates similar funcionality using a MessageQueryTable.
            // The difference is the KeyValuePair that requires a key to index each value.
            // The code uses the expression as the key, and an arbitrary value for the value.           

            //MessageQueryTable<string> mq = MessageHelper.SetupTable();
            //foreach (KeyValuePair<MessageQuery, string> kv in mq)
            //{
            //    XPathMessageQuery xp = (XPathMessageQuery)kv.Key;
            //    Console.WriteLine("Value = {0}", kv.Value);
            //    Console.WriteLine("{0} = {1}", xp.Expression, xp.Evaluate<string>(mb));
            //}

            Console.ReadLine();
        }
    }

    public class MessageHelper
    {
        static string messageBody =
              "<PurchaseOrder date='today'>" +
                  "<Number>ABC-2009-XYZ</Number>" +
                  "<Department>OnlineSales</Department>" +
                  "<Items>" +
                      "<Item product='nail' quantity='1'>item1</Item>" +
                      "<Item product='screw' quantity='2'>item2</Item>" +
                      "<Item product='brad' quantity='3'>" +
                          "<SpecialOffer/>" +
                          "Special item4" +
                      "</Item>" +
                      "<Item product='SpecialNails' quantity='9'>item5</Item>" +
                      "<Item product='SpecialBrads' quantity='11'>" +
                          "<SpecialOffer/>" +
                          "Special item6" +
                      "</Item>" +
                      "<Item product='hammer' quantity='1'>item7</Item>" +
                      "<Item product='wrench' quantity='2'>item8</Item>" +
                  "</Items>" +
                "<Comments>" +
                "Rush order" +
                "</Comments>" +
              "</PurchaseOrder>";

        public static string xpath = "/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Items/Item[@quantity = 1]";
        public static string xpath2 = "/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Items/Item[@product = 'nail']";
        public static string xpath3 = "/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Comments";
        public static string xpath4 = "count(/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Items/Item)";
        public static string xpath5 = "substring(string(/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Number),5,4)";
        public static string xpath6 = "/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Department='OnlineSales'";
        public static string xpath7 = "//PurchaseOrder/@date";
        public static string xpath8 = "//SpecialOffer/ancestor::Item[@product = 'brad']";

        // Invoke the correlation data function.


        public static string xpath9 = "sm:correlation-data('CorrelationData1')";
        public static string xpath10 = "sm:correlation-data('CorrelationData2')";

        public static string xpath11 = "/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Items/Item[@quantity = 2]";


        public static Message CreateMessage()
        {
            StringReader stringReader = new StringReader(messageBody);
            XmlTextReader xmlReader = new XmlTextReader(stringReader);
            Message message = Message.CreateMessage(MessageVersion.Soap12WSAddressing10, "http://purchaseorder", xmlReader);

            // Add two correlation properties using lambda expressions. The property names are
            // CorrelationData1 and CorrelationData2. The first goes to "value1" and the
            // second to "value2". You can use your own property names and values.
            CorrelationDataMessageProperty data = new CorrelationDataMessageProperty();

            data.Add("CorrelationData1", () => "value1");
            data.Add("CorrelationData2", () => "value2");
            message.Properties[CorrelationDataMessageProperty.Name] = data;

            return message;
        }



        public static XPathMessageQueryCollection SetupQueryCollection()
        {
            // Create the query collection and add the XPath queries to it. To create
            // the query, you must also use a new XPathMessageContext.

            XPathMessageQueryCollection queryCollection = new XPathMessageQueryCollection();

            XPathMessageContext context = new XPathMessageContext();
            queryCollection.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath, context));
            queryCollection.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath2, context));
            queryCollection.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath3, context));
            queryCollection.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath4, context));
            queryCollection.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath5, context));
            queryCollection.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath6, context));
            queryCollection.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath7, context));
            queryCollection.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath8, context));
            queryCollection.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath9, context));
            queryCollection.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath10, context));
            queryCollection.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath11, context));

            return queryCollection;
        }

        public static MessageQueryTable<string> SetupTable()
        {
            // This is optional code to demonstrate using a MessageQueryTable.
            // Compare this to the MessageQueryCollection.
            MessageQueryTable<string> table = new MessageQueryTable<string>();
            XPathMessageContext context = new XPathMessageContext();


            // The code adds a KeyValuePair to the table. Each pair requires
            // a query used as the Key, and a value that is paired to the key.
            table.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath, context), "value10");
            table.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath2, context), "value20");
            table.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath3, context), "value30");
            table.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath4, context), "value40");
            table.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath5, context), "value50");
            table.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath6, context), "value60");
            table.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath7, context), "value70");
            table.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath8, context), "value80");
            table.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath9, context), "value90");
            table.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath10, context), "value100");
            table.Add(new XPathMessageQuery(xpath11, context), "value110");
            return table;
        }
    }    
}
Imports System.IO
Imports System.Xml
Imports System.ServiceModel.Dispatcher
Imports System.ServiceModel
Imports System.ServiceModel.Channels
Imports System.Xml.XPath

Namespace MessageQueryExamples


    Public Class Program

        Public Shared Sub Main(ByVal args As String())

            ' The XPathMessageQueryCollection inherits from MessageQueryCollection.
            Dim queryCollection As XPathMessageQueryCollection = MessageHelper.SetupQueryCollection()


            ' Create a message and a copy of the message. You must create a buffered copy to access the message body.
            Dim mess As Message = MessageHelper.CreateMessage()
            Dim mb As MessageBuffer = mess.CreateBufferedCopy(Integer.MaxValue)


            ' Evaluate every query in the collection. 
            Dim q As XPathMessageQuery
            For Each q In queryCollection

                ' Evaluate the query. Note the result type is an XPathResult.
                Dim qPathResult As XPathResult = q.Evaluate(Of XPathResult)(mb)

                ' Use the XPathResult to determine the result type.
                Console.WriteLine("Result type: {0}", qPathResult.ResultType)

                ' The following code prints the result according to the result type.

                If qPathResult.ResultType = XPathResultType.String Then
                    Console.WriteLine("{0} = {1}", q.Expression, qPathResult.GetResultAsString())
                End If
                If (qPathResult.ResultType = XPathResultType.NodeSet) Then

                    ' Iterate through the node set.
                    Dim ns As XPathNodeIterator = qPathResult.GetResultAsNodeset()
                    Dim n As XPathNavigator
                    For Each n In ns
                        Console.WriteLine("     {0} = {1}", q.Expression, n.Value)
                    Next
                End If
                If qPathResult.ResultType = XPathResultType.Number Then
                    Console.WriteLine("    {0} = {1}", q.Expression, qPathResult.GetResultAsNumber())
                End If
                If qPathResult.ResultType = XPathResultType.Boolean Then
                    Console.WriteLine("    {0} ={1}", q.Expression, qPathResult.GetResultAsBoolean())
                End If

                If qPathResult.ResultType = XPathResultType.Error Then
                    Console.WriteLine("    Error!")
                End If

            Next

            Console.WriteLine()

            ' The alternate code below demonstrates similar funcionality using a MessageQueryTable.
            ' The difference is the KeyValuePair that requires a key to index each value.
            ' The code uses the expression as the key, and an arbitrary value for the value.           

            'Dim mq As MessageQueryTable(Of String) = MessageHelper.SetupTable()
            'Dim kv As KeyValuePair(Of MessageQuery, String)
            'For Each kv In mq
            '    '
            '    Dim xp As XPathMessageQuery = CType(kv.Key, XPathMessageQuery)
            '    Console.WriteLine("Value = {0}", kv.Value)
            '    Console.WriteLine("{0} = {1}", xp.Expression, xp.Evaluate(Of String)(mb))
            'Next

            Console.ReadLine()
        End Sub
        Private Shared Sub Evaluate(ByVal p1 As Object)
            Throw New NotImplementedException
        End Sub
    End Class

    Public Class MessageHelper

        Shared messageBody As String = _
              "<PurchaseOrder date='today'>" + _
                  "<Number>ABC-2009-XYZ</Number>" + _
                  "<Department>OnlineSales</Department>" + _
                  "<Items>" + _
                      "<Item product='nail' quantity='1'>item1</Item>" + _
                      "<Item product='screw' quantity='2'>item2</Item>" + _
                      "<Item product='brad' quantity='3'>" + _
                          "<SpecialOffer/>" + _
                          "Special item4" + _
                      "</Item>" + _
                      "<Item product='SpecialNails' quantity='9'>item5</Item>" + _
                      "<Item product='SpecialBrads' quantity='11'>" + _
                          "<SpecialOffer/>" + _
                          "Special item6" + _
                      "</Item>" + _
                      "<Item product='hammer' quantity='1'>item7</Item>" + _
                      "<Item product='wrench' quantity='2'>item8</Item>" + _
                  "</Items>" + _
                "<Comments>" + _
                "Rush order" + _
                "</Comments>" + _
              "</PurchaseOrder>"

        Public Shared xpath As String = "/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Items/Item[@quantity = 1]"
        Public Shared xpath2 As String = "/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Items/Item[@product = 'nail']"
        Public Shared xpath3 As String = "/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Comments"
        Public Shared xpath4 As String = "count(/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Items/Item)"
        Public Shared xpath5 As String = "substring(string(/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Number),5,4)"
        Public Shared xpath6 As String = "/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Department='OnlineSales'"
        Public Shared xpath7 As String = "//PurchaseOrder/@date"
        Public Shared xpath8 As String = "//SpecialOffer/ancestor::Item[@product = 'brad']"

        ' Invoke the correlation data function.


        Public Shared xpath9 As String = "sm:correlation-data('CorrelationData1')"
        Public Shared xpath10 As String = "sm:correlation-data('CorrelationData2')"

        Public Shared xpath11 As String = "/s12:Envelope/s12:Body/PurchaseOrder/Items/Item[@quantity = 2]"


        Public Shared Function CreateMessage() As Message

            Dim stringReader As New StringReader(messageBody)
            Dim xmlReader As New XmlTextReader(stringReader)
            Dim message As Message = message.CreateMessage( _
                MessageVersion.Soap12WSAddressing10, "http://purchaseorder", xmlReader)

            ' Add two correlation properties using lambda expressions. The property names are
            ' CorrelationData1 and CorrelationData2. The first goes to "value1" and the
            ' second to "value2". You can use your own property names and values.
            Dim data As New CorrelationDataMessageProperty()

            data.Add("CorrelationData1", Function() "value1")
            data.Add("CorrelationData2", Function() "value2")
            message.Properties(CorrelationDataMessageProperty.Name) = data


            Return message
        End Function


        Public Shared Function SetupQueryCollection() As XPathMessageQueryCollection

            ' Create the query collection and add the XPath queries to it. To create
            ' the query, you must also use a new XPathMessageContext.

            Dim queryCollection As New XPathMessageQueryCollection()

            Dim context As XPathMessageContext = New XPathMessageContext()
            queryCollection.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath, context))
            queryCollection.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath2, context))
            queryCollection.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath3, context))
            queryCollection.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath4, context))
            queryCollection.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath5, context))
            queryCollection.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath6, context))
            queryCollection.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath7, context))
            queryCollection.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath8, context))
            queryCollection.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath9, context))
            queryCollection.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath10, context))
            queryCollection.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath11, context))

            Return queryCollection
        End Function

        Public Shared Function SetupTable() As MessageQueryTable(Of String)

            ' This is optional code to demonstrate using a MessageQueryTable.
            ' Compare this to the MessageQueryCollection.
            Dim table As MessageQueryTable(Of String) = New MessageQueryTable(Of String)()
            Dim context As XPathMessageContext = New XPathMessageContext()


            ' The code adds a KeyValuePair to the table. Each pair requires
            ' a query used as the Key, and a value that is paired to the key.
            table.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath, context), "value10")
            table.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath2, context), "value20")
            table.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath3, context), "value30")
            table.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath4, context), "value40")
            table.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath5, context), "value50")
            table.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath6, context), "value60")
            table.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath7, context), "value70")
            table.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath8, context), "value80")
            table.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath9, context), "value90")
            table.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath10, context), "value100")
            table.Add(New XPathMessageQuery(xpath11, context), "value110")
            Return table
        End Function
    End Class
End Namespace

Constructors

MessageQueryTable<TItem>()

Initializes a new instance of the MessageQueryTable<TItem> class.

Properties

Count

Gets the number of query/data pairs in the table.

IsReadOnly

Gets a value that indicates whether the table is read-only.

Item[MessageQuery]

Gets or sets the query object associated with the data type.

Keys

Returns a collection of all the collection keys contained in the table.

Values

Gets a collection of the result values contained in the table.

Methods

Add(KeyValuePair<MessageQuery,TItem>)

Adds an item defined as a key/value pair.

Add(MessageQuery, TItem)

Adds an item to the collection using a key/value system.

Clear()

Removes all members from the collection.

Contains(KeyValuePair<MessageQuery,TItem>)

Determines whether the collection contains a specific item formatted as a key/value structure.

ContainsKey(MessageQuery)

Determines whether the collection contains an element with the specified key.

CopyTo(KeyValuePair<MessageQuery,TItem>[], Int32)

Copies the elements of the collection to an Array, starting at the specified index.

Equals(Object)

Determines whether the specified object is equal to the current object.

(Inherited from Object)
Evaluate<TResult>(Message)

Runs a query against the message and returns a collection of results. The body cannot be queried.

Evaluate<TResult>(MessageBuffer)

Runs a query against the message and returns the result.

GetEnumerator()

Returns an enumerator that iterates through a collection.

GetHashCode()

Serves as the default hash function.

(Inherited from Object)
GetType()

Gets the Type of the current instance.

(Inherited from Object)
MemberwiseClone()

Creates a shallow copy of the current Object.

(Inherited from Object)
Remove(KeyValuePair<MessageQuery,TItem>)

Removes the first occurrence of the specified object from the collection.

Remove(MessageQuery)

Removes the item associated with the specified key from the collection.

ToString()

Returns a string that represents the current object.

(Inherited from Object)
TryGetValue(MessageQuery, TItem)

Checks whether a matching query is stored in the table.

Explicit Interface Implementations

IEnumerable.GetEnumerator()

Returns an enumerator that can be used to iterate through the collection.

Extension Methods

CopyToDataTable<T>(IEnumerable<T>)

Returns a DataTable that contains copies of the DataRow objects, given an input IEnumerable<T> object where the generic parameter T is DataRow.

CopyToDataTable<T>(IEnumerable<T>, DataTable, LoadOption)

Copies DataRow objects to the specified DataTable, given an input IEnumerable<T> object where the generic parameter T is DataRow.

CopyToDataTable<T>(IEnumerable<T>, DataTable, LoadOption, FillErrorEventHandler)

Copies DataRow objects to the specified DataTable, given an input IEnumerable<T> object where the generic parameter T is DataRow.

Cast<TResult>(IEnumerable)

Casts the elements of an IEnumerable to the specified type.

OfType<TResult>(IEnumerable)

Filters the elements of an IEnumerable based on a specified type.

AsParallel(IEnumerable)

Enables parallelization of a query.

AsQueryable(IEnumerable)

Converts an IEnumerable to an IQueryable.

Ancestors<T>(IEnumerable<T>)

Returns a collection of elements that contains the ancestors of every node in the source collection.

Ancestors<T>(IEnumerable<T>, XName)

Returns a filtered collection of elements that contains the ancestors of every node in the source collection. Only elements that have a matching XName are included in the collection.

DescendantNodes<T>(IEnumerable<T>)

Returns a collection of the descendant nodes of every document and element in the source collection.

Descendants<T>(IEnumerable<T>)

Returns a collection of elements that contains the descendant elements of every element and document in the source collection.

Descendants<T>(IEnumerable<T>, XName)

Returns a filtered collection of elements that contains the descendant elements of every element and document in the source collection. Only elements that have a matching XName are included in the collection.

Elements<T>(IEnumerable<T>)

Returns a collection of the child elements of every element and document in the source collection.

Elements<T>(IEnumerable<T>, XName)

Returns a filtered collection of the child elements of every element and document in the source collection. Only elements that have a matching XName are included in the collection.

InDocumentOrder<T>(IEnumerable<T>)

Returns a collection of nodes that contains all nodes in the source collection, sorted in document order.

Nodes<T>(IEnumerable<T>)

Returns a collection of the child nodes of every document and element in the source collection.

Remove<T>(IEnumerable<T>)

Removes every node in the source collection from its parent node.

Applies to