Object Writer Class
Creates an object graph from a source XAML node stream.
public ref class XamlObjectWriter : System::Xaml::XamlWriter, System::Xaml::IXamlLineInfoConsumer
public class XamlObjectWriter : System.Xaml.XamlWriter, System.Xaml.IXamlLineInfoConsumer
type XamlObjectWriter = class inherit XamlWriter interface IXamlLineInfoConsumer
Public Class XamlObjectWriter Inherits XamlWriter Implements IXamlLineInfoConsumer
Write methods of XamlObjectWriter implement a pattern so that the XamlObjectWriter uses the XamlWriter that is defined by the WriteNode method. WriteNode logic switches between the
Write methods, depending on which node type is at the current position in the reader.
A XamlObjectWriter has a concept of scope; that is, the XamlObjectWriter maintains a conceptual point of reference in its output object graph. For a particular scope, certain operations might be valid or invalid, or produce a no-operation result. For example, if you call WriteStartMember to write directives for initialization on an object that already exists as an instance, the default implementation throws an exception.
A possible technique for tracking scope in a custom XamlObjectWriter is to align the node actions with a stack or frame class. The stack or frame can keep track of push and pop for each level of object-model depth that is entered or exited while the XamlObjectWriter writes the object graph.
To support intermediate and advanced XamlObjectWriter scenarios, the mechanism of writing an object graph provides callback entry points that occur when a XamlObjectWriter commits or is about to commit certain actions. Some callbacks are enabled in the settings and are not specific to the object type or the member being written; however, callback information is often available in context or is in the event data that is sent through the callback. The following is a list of relevant callbacks:
The callback that is declared by BeforePropertiesHandler is invoked when the scope starts in an object, and occurs when the first WriteStartMember call to that object scope is made but not yet committed.
Writing Dictionary Keys
The default implementation of XamlObjectWriter supports type conversion on the constraints of a Dictionary<TKey,TValue> before the dictionary contents are added to the object graph. In this manner, a generic dictionary can be keyed at run time by objects and can match the relevant generic
Add and indexer behavior. However, as implemented for the base XamlObjectWriter, this capability exists only for object graph creation from the base Dictionary<TKey,TValue> class and not for derived classes of Dictionary<TKey,TValue>.
Checks for Disposed
XAML writers are potentially used for deferred operations or where a call is made against a XAML writer instance that has been disposed in the interim. Various APIs of XamlObjectWriter might throw ObjectDisposedException in these cases.
Gets whether Dispose(Boolean) has been called.(Inherited from XamlWriter)
Gets the last object that was written. Typically only called when the node stream is at its end and the object graph is complete.
Gets the INameScope service that maintains the XAML namescope for the absolute node root of the XAML object writer.
Gets the active XAML schema context.
Gets a value that reports whether a line information service should provide values and therefore, should also call the SetLineInfo(Int32, Int32) method when it is relevant.
Resets all possible frames and clears the object graph.
Closes the XAML writer object.(Inherited from XamlWriter)
Releases the unmanaged resources used by the XamlObjectWriter, and optionally, releases the managed resources.
Determines whether the specified object is equal to the current object.(Inherited from Object)
Serves as the default hash function.(Inherited from Object)
Gets the Type of the current instance.(Inherited from Object)
Creates a shallow copy of the current Object.(Inherited from Object)
|OnSetValue(Object, XamlMember, Object)|
Implements SetLineInfo(Int32, Int32) and provides line information for exceptions.
Returns a string that represents the current object.(Inherited from Object)
Closes the current member scope, and may write the value of the member scope while it closes. The new scope becomes the parent object scope of the member.
Closes the current object scope in the writer. The new object scope becomes the parent member scope.
Writes the conceptual
Defines a namespace declaration that applies to the next object scope or member scope.
Performs switching based on node type from the XAML reader (NodeType) and calls the relevant
Writes a new member node into the current object scope, and the scope becomes a new member scope.
Writes an object node into the current scope, and sets the scope to a new object scope.
Writes a value to the current member scope. If the current scope is inside a collection, dictionary, or array object, the value should be added to the collection, dictionary, or array.
Explicit Interface Implementations
See Dispose().(Inherited from XamlWriter)