TfsConnection.InitializeTeamFoundationObject Method

Initializes the created object if it implements ITfsConnectionObject.

Namespace: Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client
Assembly: Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client (in Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client.dll)

Syntax

'Declaration
Protected Overridable Function InitializeTeamFoundationObject ( _
    fullName As String, _
    instance As Object _
) As Object
protected virtual Object InitializeTeamFoundationObject(
    string fullName,
    Object instance
)
protected:
virtual Object^ InitializeTeamFoundationObject(
    String^ fullName, 
    Object^ instance
)
abstract InitializeTeamFoundationObject : 
        fullName:string * 
        instance:Object -> Object  
override InitializeTeamFoundationObject : 
        fullName:string * 
        instance:Object -> Object
protected function InitializeTeamFoundationObject(
    fullName : String, 
    instance : Object
) : Object

Parameters

Return Value

Type: System.Object

Remarks

The correct way to derive from this method is to try to initialize the object by checking to see whether it implements the corresponding interface. If it does not, this method should be called in an attempt to initialize it. If this function returns null that means we were not able to initialize it either. It is then up to the derived class to decide what it should do.

.NET Framework Security

See Also

Reference

TfsConnection Class

Microsoft.TeamFoundation.Client Namespace