PagesSection.TagMapping Property

Definition

Gets a collection of TagMapInfo objects.

public:
 property System::Web::Configuration::TagMapCollection ^ TagMapping { System::Web::Configuration::TagMapCollection ^ get(); };
[System.Configuration.ConfigurationProperty("tagMapping")]
public System.Web.Configuration.TagMapCollection TagMapping { get; }
member this.TagMapping : System.Web.Configuration.TagMapCollection
Public ReadOnly Property TagMapping As TagMapCollection

Property Value

Attributes

Examples

The following code example shows how to use the TagMapping property.

// Get all current TagMappings in the collection.
for (int i = 0; i < pagesSection.TagMapping.Count; i++)
{
  Console.WriteLine("TagMapping {0}:", i);
  Console.WriteLine("  TagTypeName = '{0}'",
      pagesSection.TagMapping[i].TagType);
  Console.WriteLine("  MappedTagTypeName = '{0}'",
      pagesSection.TagMapping[i].MappedTagType);
}

// Add a TagMapInfo object using a constructor.
pagesSection.TagMapping.Add(
    new System.Web.Configuration.TagMapInfo(
    "MyNameSpace.MyControl", "MyNameSpace.MyOtherControl"));
' Get all current TagMappings in the collection.
Dim k As Int32
For k = 1 To pagesSection.TagMapping.Count
  Console.WriteLine("TagMapping {0}:", i)
  Console.WriteLine("  TagTypeName = '{0}'", _
   pagesSection.TagMapping(k).TagType)
  Console.WriteLine("  MappedTagTypeName = '{0}'", _
   pagesSection.TagMapping(k).MappedTagType)
Next

' Add a TagMapInfo object using a constructor.
pagesSection.TagMapping.Add( _
 New System.Web.Configuration.TagMapInfo( _
 "MyNameSpace.MyControl", "MyNameSpace.MyOtherControl"))

Remarks

The TagPrefixInfo object has no corresponding directive on an ASP.NET page. The TagPrefixInfo objects allow you to remap tag type names to other type names at compile time.

Applies to