ComponentResourceKey ComponentResourceKey ComponentResourceKey ComponentResourceKey Constructors

Definition

Overloads

ComponentResourceKey() ComponentResourceKey() ComponentResourceKey()

Initializes a new instance of the ComponentResourceKey class.

ComponentResourceKey(Type, Object) ComponentResourceKey(Type, Object) ComponentResourceKey(Type, Object) ComponentResourceKey(Type, Object)

Initializes a new instance of a ComponentResourceKey , specifying the Type that defines the key, and an object to use as an additional resource identifier.

ComponentResourceKey() ComponentResourceKey() ComponentResourceKey()

Initializes a new instance of the ComponentResourceKey class.

public:
 ComponentResourceKey();
public ComponentResourceKey ();
Public Sub New ()

Remarks

The default constructor is not generally used, because a TypeInTargetAssembly value and ResourceId value are required for proper initialization. The default constructor exists primarily to support ComponentResourceKey Markup Extension XAML usage in named parameter form.

ComponentResourceKey(Type, Object) ComponentResourceKey(Type, Object) ComponentResourceKey(Type, Object) ComponentResourceKey(Type, Object)

Initializes a new instance of a ComponentResourceKey , specifying the Type that defines the key, and an object to use as an additional resource identifier.

public:
 ComponentResourceKey(Type ^ typeInTargetAssembly, System::Object ^ resourceId);
public ComponentResourceKey (Type typeInTargetAssembly, object resourceId);
new System.Windows.ComponentResourceKey : Type * obj -> System.Windows.ComponentResourceKey
Public Sub New (typeInTargetAssembly As Type, resourceId As Object)

Parameters

typeInTargetAssembly
Type Type Type Type

The type that defines the resource key.

resourceId
Object Object Object Object

A unique identifier to differentiate this ComponentResourceKey from others associated with the typeInTargetAssembly type.

Examples

The following example creates a ComponentResourceKey that is then exposed as a static key of a control class to provide a style customization entry point.

public static ComponentResourceKey ViewBoxStyleKey =
    new ComponentResourceKey(typeof(MyAssemblyResources), "part_ViewBox");
Public Shared ViewBoxStyleKey As New ComponentResourceKey(GetType(MyAssemblyResources), "part_ViewBox")

Remarks

This constructor exist for two scenarios, with the first scenario being the most important:

  • Supports creating a ComponentResourceKey that is then exposed as a public static field on a custom control class. This simplifies a control's access to its own defined resources in the template through {x:Static} usages for template property values.

  • Supports ComponentResourceKey Markup Extension XAML usage in positional parameter form, which is one technique available for third parties that reference a component resource.

Applies to