Offers a message to the dataflow block, and gives it the opportunity to consume or postpone the message.
Assembly: System.Threading.Tasks.Dataflow (in System.Threading.Tasks.Dataflow.dll)
DataflowMessageStatus ITargetBlock<TInput>.OfferMessage( DataflowMessageHeader messageHeader, TInput messageValue, ISourceBlock<TInput> source, bool consumeToAccept )
- Type: System.Threading.Tasks.Dataflow.DataflowMessageHeader
The header of the message being offered.
- Type: TInput
The value of the message being offered.
- Type: System.Threading.Tasks.Dataflow.ISourceBlock<TInput>
The dataflow block that is offering the message. This may be null.
Return ValueType: System.Threading.Tasks.Dataflow.DataflowMessageStatus
The status of the offered message. If the message was accepted by the target, Accepted is returned, and the source should no longer use the offered message, because it is now owned by the target. If the message was postponed by the target, Postponed is returned as a notification that the target may later attempt to consume or reserve the message; in the meantime, the source still owns the message and may offer it to other blocks.
If the target would have otherwise postponed message, but source was null, Declined is returned.
If the target tried to accept the message but missed it due to the source delivering the message to another target or simply discarding it, NotAvailable is returned.
If the target chose not to accept the message, Declined is returned. If the target chose not to accept the message and will never accept another message from this source, DecliningPermanently is returned.
ImplementsITargetBlock<TInput>.OfferMessage(DataflowMessageHeader, TInput, ISourceBlock<TInput>, Boolean)
messageHeader is not valid.
-or-consumeToAccept may be true only if provided with a non-null source.
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Windows 8.1, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows 8, Windows Server 2012, Windows 7, Windows Vista SP2, Windows Server 2008 (Server Core Role not supported), Windows Server 2008 R2 (Server Core Role supported with SP1 or later; Itanium not supported)
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