IExtension<T>.Attach(T) IExtension<T>.Attach(T) IExtension<T>.Attach(T) IExtension<T>.Attach(T) Method

Definition

Enables an extension object to find out when it has been aggregated. Called when the extension is added to the Extensions property.

public:
 void Attach(T owner);
public void Attach (T owner);
abstract member Attach : 'T -> unit
Public Sub Attach (owner As T)

Parameters

owner

The extensible object that aggregates this extension.

Examples

The following example code shows how this method can be used to keep track of the IExtensibleObject<T> object to which the current instance of the extension belongs.

InstanceContext owner;  

public void Attach(InstanceContext owner)  
{  
  this.owner = owner;   
}  

Remarks

Use this method to keep track of the IExtensibleObject<T> object to which the current instance of the extension belongs. This call gives extensions a chance to handle events or inspect properties of their owner.

Applies to