LinqDataSourceView(LinqDataSource, String, HttpContext) LinqDataSourceView(LinqDataSource, String, HttpContext) LinqDataSourceView(LinqDataSource, String, HttpContext) LinqDataSourceView(LinqDataSource, String, HttpContext) Constructor

Definition

Initializes a new instance of the LinqDataSourceView class, setting the specified LinqDataSource control as the owner of the current view.

public:
 LinqDataSourceView(System::Web::UI::WebControls::LinqDataSource ^ owner, System::String ^ name, System::Web::HttpContext ^ context);
public LinqDataSourceView (System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinqDataSource owner, string name, System.Web.HttpContext context);
new System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinqDataSourceView : System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinqDataSource * string * System.Web.HttpContext -> System.Web.UI.WebControls.LinqDataSourceView
Public Sub New (owner As LinqDataSource, name As String, context As HttpContext)

Parameters

owner
LinqDataSource LinqDataSource LinqDataSource LinqDataSource

The data source control that the LinqDataSourceView object is associated with.

name
String String String String

A unique name for the data source view within the scope of the data source control that owns it.

Remarks

The LinqDataSourceView constructor is called by the LinqDataSource.GetView method to return a new instance of a data source view with the specified name parameter. Only one LinqDataSourceView object is associated with a LinqDataSource control at a time. The name of the LinqDataSourceView object is always DefaultView, although this naming restriction is imposed by the LinqDataSource control, not by the LinqDataSourceView control. You can override the LinqDataSource.GetView method to support views that use a different naming convention.

The HttpContext instance that is passed by the context parameter is used by the data source view to access parameter collections.

Applies to