MessageContractMemberAttribute.Name MessageContractMemberAttribute.Name MessageContractMemberAttribute.Name MessageContractMemberAttribute.Name Property

Definition

Specifies the name of the element that corresponds to this member.

public:
 property System::String ^ Name { System::String ^ get(); void set(System::String ^ value); };
public string Name { get; set; }
member this.Name : string with get, set
Public Property Name As String

Property Value

The name of the element that corresponds to this member. This string must be a valid XML element name.

Examples

The following code examples demonstrate a custom message contract that uses the MessageContractAttribute, MessageHeaderAttribute, and MessageBodyMemberAttribute attributes to create custom, strongly-typed messages to use as parameters. In this case, there are three data members that are serialized into the body element of the SOAP message: sourceAccount, targetAccount, and the amount value, (which is serialized into an element with the name transactionAmount). In addition, the IsAudited SOAP header element resides in the http://schemas.contosobank.com/auditing/2005 namespace.

Note

The Operation and Account types must also have a data contract.

[MessageContract]  
public class BankingTransaction  
{  
  [MessageHeader] public Operation operation;  
  [MessageHeader(Namespace="http://schemas.contosobank.com/auditing/2005")] public bool IsAudited;  
  [MessageBody] public Account sourceAccount;  
  [MessageBody] public Account targetAccount;  
  [MessageBody(Name="transactionAmount")] public int amount;  

Applies to