ContactManager.ShowDelayLoadedContactCard ContactManager.ShowDelayLoadedContactCard ContactManager.ShowDelayLoadedContactCard ContactManager.ShowDelayLoadedContactCard ContactManager.ShowDelayLoadedContactCard Method

Definition

Overloads

ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement)

Shows a contact card that can be updated later if the contact does not exist in the user’s contact database.

ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement, ContactCardOptions) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement, ContactCardOptions) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement, ContactCardOptions) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement, ContactCardOptions) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement, ContactCardOptions)

Shows a contact card that can be updated later if the contact does not exist in the user’s contact database.

ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement)

Shows a contact card that can be updated later if the contact does not exist in the user’s contact database.

public : static ContactCardDelayedDataLoader ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact contact, Rect selection, Placement preferredPlacement)
ContactCardDelayedDataLoader ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact contact, Rect selection, Placement preferredPlacement) const;
public static ContactCardDelayedDataLoader ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact contact, Rect selection, Placement preferredPlacement)
Public Static Function ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(contact As Contact, selection As Rect, preferredPlacement As Placement) As ContactCardDelayedDataLoader
var contactCardDelayedDataLoader = Windows.ApplicationModel.Contacts.ContactManager.showDelayLoadedContactCard(contact, selection, preferredPlacement);
Parameters
contact
Contact Contact Contact

The object that represents the contact that the app wants to display the contact card for.contact must contain at least an Id, Emails, or a phone number from a Phones list to query the user’s contact database to retrieve a matching contact to display. Id has higher priority for querying. If an Id matches, the rest of query parameters will be ignored for matching purposes. If an Id does not find a match, the query uses the rest of query parameters. Emails and Phones have equal priority for matching. If multiple email addresses, or phone numbers, or both are provided, the query first performs an exact match, requiring all query parameters to match a system contact record. If this results in no matches, the query uses "best effort" match, in which a match of any query parameters is sufficient.

If no matches occur, the data in the input contact displays in the contact card. If a match occurs, only system contact data displays, and the data in the input contact is discarded.

selection
Rect Rect Rect

The Rect is the rectangular area of user selection (for example, pressing a button), around which the operating system displays the contact card, not within that rectangular area. For example, if an app uses a button to show the contact card, pass the Rect of the button so the contact card displays around the button, not overlapping it.

preferredPlacement
Placement Placement Placement

The Placement that describes the preferred placement of the contact card.

Returns
Additional features and requirements
Capabilities
contactsSystem
See Also

ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement, ContactCardOptions) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement, ContactCardOptions) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement, ContactCardOptions) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement, ContactCardOptions) ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact, Rect, Placement, ContactCardOptions)

Shows a contact card that can be updated later if the contact does not exist in the user’s contact database.

public : static ContactCardDelayedDataLoader ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact contact, Rect selection, Placement preferredPlacement, ContactCardOptions contactCardOptions)
ContactCardDelayedDataLoader ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact contact, Rect selection, Placement preferredPlacement, ContactCardOptions contactCardOptions) const;
public static ContactCardDelayedDataLoader ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(Contact contact, Rect selection, Placement preferredPlacement, ContactCardOptions contactCardOptions)
Public Static Function ShowDelayLoadedContactCard(contact As Contact, selection As Rect, preferredPlacement As Placement, contactCardOptions As ContactCardOptions) As ContactCardDelayedDataLoader
var contactCardDelayedDataLoader = Windows.ApplicationModel.Contacts.ContactManager.showDelayLoadedContactCard(contact, selection, preferredPlacement, contactCardOptions);
Parameters
contact
Contact Contact Contact

The object that represents the contact that the app wants to display the contact card for.contact must contain at least an Id, Emails, or a phone number from a Phones list to query the user’s contact database to retrieve a matching contact to display. Id has higher priority for querying. If an Id matches, the rest of query parameters will be ignored for matching purposes. If an Id does not find a match, the query uses the rest of query parameters. Emails and Phones have equal priority for matching. If multiple email addresses, or phone numbers, or both are provided, the query first performs an exact match, requiring all query parameters to match a system contact record. If this results in no matches, the query uses "best effort" match, in which a match of any query parameters is sufficient.

If no matches occur, the data in the input contact displays in the contact card. If a match occurs, only system contact data displays, and the data in the input contact is discarded.

selection
Rect Rect Rect

The Rect is the rectangular area of user selection (for example, pressing a button), around which the operating system displays the contact card, not within that rectangular area. For example, if an app uses a button to show the contact card, pass the Rect of the button so the contact card displays around the button, not overlapping it.

preferredPlacement
Placement Placement Placement

The Placement that describes the preferred placement of the contact card.

contactCardOptions
ContactCardOptions ContactCardOptions ContactCardOptions

Specifies how to display the contact card, such as which tab to start on if you are displaying a mini contact card, or what header type to use if you are showing a full contact card.

Returns
Additional features and requirements
Capabilities
contactsSystem
See Also