SfcReferenceAttribute Class

Definition

Important

This API is not CLS-compliant.

Attribute for (soft) references to a single target.

[System.AttributeUsage(System.AttributeTargets.Property, AllowMultiple=true, Inherited=true)]
[System.CLSCompliant(false)]
public class SfcReferenceAttribute : Attribute
type SfcReferenceAttribute = class
    inherit Attribute
Public Class SfcReferenceAttribute
Inherits Attribute
Inheritance
SfcReferenceAttribute
Attributes

Constructors

SfcReferenceAttribute(Type)

Reference will be resolved by creating an instance of the given resolver type.

SfcReferenceAttribute(Type, String, String[])

Reference will be resolved with values of passed in property names

SfcReferenceAttribute(Type, String[])

Reference will be resolved by creating an instance of the given resolver type with optional keys and parameters.

SfcReferenceAttribute(Type, String[], String, String[])

Reference will be resolved with values of passed in property names

SfcReferenceAttribute(Type, String[], Type, String, String[])

Reference will be resolved by calling a delegate

SfcReferenceAttribute(Type, Type, String, String[])

Reference will be resolved by calling a delegate

Properties

Arguments

Arguments for the urnTemplate.

InstanceResolver

Custom resolver interface.

Keys

The keys that participate in the reference.

Resolver

Custom resolver method.

Type

The type of the reference

UrnTemplate

Urn template that takes the form of a String.Format string. Example "Server/Login[@Name = '{0}']".

Methods

GetUrn(Object)

Returns the Urn reference. Returns null if the attribute does not have a pathexpression defined.

Resolve(Object)

Resolve a single target object from the given source object. If a custom resolver interface is defined, it uses that. Otherwise if a custom resolver delegate helper is defined it uses that. In the absence of custom resolvers, it evaluates the given Urn path expression template with arguments.

Resolve<T,S>(S)

Resolve a strongly-typed single target object from the given source object. If a custom resolver interface is defined, it uses that. Otherwise if a custom resolver delegate helper is defined it uses that. In the absence of custom resolvers, it evaluates the given Urn path expression template with arguments.

Applies to