EventMappingSettingsCollection Class

Provides a collection of EventMappingSettings objects. This class cannot be inherited.

Namespace:  System.Web.Configuration
Assembly:  System.Web (in System.Web.dll)

[ConfigurationCollectionAttribute(typeof(EventMappingSettings))]
public sealed class EventMappingSettingsCollection : ConfigurationElementCollection

The EventMappingSettings class corresponds to the eventMappings configuration file element. The eventMappings element allows you to assign friendly names to event sources. These names are then used to associate event sources with the related event consumers, called providers, in the rules subsection of the healthMonitoring section of the configuration file.

The following code example shows how to use the EventMappingSettingsCollection type. This code example is part of a larger example provided for the HealthMonitoringSection class.

// Add a EventMappingsSettings object to the EventMappings collection property.
EventMappingSettings eventMappingSetting = new EventMappingSettings(
    "Failure Audits", "System.Web.Management.WebAuditEvent, System.Web");
eventMappingSetting.Name = "All Errors";
eventMappingSetting.Type = 
    "System.Web.Management.WebErrorEvent, System.Web";
eventMappingSetting.StartEventCode = 0;
eventMappingSetting.EndEventCode = 4096;
healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings.Add(eventMappingSetting);

// Add an EventMappingsSettings object to the EventMappings collection property.
healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings.Add(new EventMappingSettings(
    "Failure Audits", "System.Web.Management.WebAuditEvent, System.Web"));

// Add an EventMappingsSettings object to the EventMappings collection property.
healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings.Add(new EventMappingSettings(
    "Success Audits", "System.Web.Management.WebAuditEvent, System.Web",
    512, Int32.MaxValue));

// Insert an EventMappingsSettings object into the EventMappings collection property.
healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings.Insert(1, 
    new EventMappingSettings("HeartBeats", "", 1, 2));

// Display contents of the EventMappings collection property
Console.WriteLine(
    "EventMappings Collection contains {0} values:", healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings.Count);

// Display all elements. 
for (System.Int32 i = 0; i < healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings.Count; i++)
{
eventMappingSetting = healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings[i];
string name = eventMappingSetting.Name;
string type = eventMappingSetting.Type;
int startCd = eventMappingSetting.StartEventCode;
int endCd = eventMappingSetting.EndEventCode;
    string item = "Name='" + name + "', Type='" + type +
        "', StartEventCode =  '" + startCd.ToString() +
        "', EndEventCode =  '" + endCd.ToString() + "'";
    Console.WriteLine("  Item {0}: {1}", i, item);
}

// See if the EventMappings collection property contains the event 'HeartBeats'.
Console.WriteLine("EventMappings contains 'HeartBeats': {0}.",
    healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings.Contains("HeartBeats"));

// Get the index of the 'HeartBeats' event in the EventMappings collection property.
Console.WriteLine("EventMappings index for 'HeartBeats': {0}.",
    healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings.IndexOf("HeartBeats"));

// Get a named EventMappings
eventMappingSetting = healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings["HeartBeats"];

// Remove an EventMappingsSettings object from the EventMappings collection property.
healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings.Remove("HeartBeats");

// Remove an EventMappingsSettings object from the EventMappings collection property.
healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings.RemoveAt(0);

// Clear all EventMappingsSettings object from the EventMappings collection property.
healthMonitoringSection.EventMappings.Clear();

Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.

Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Media Center Edition, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows XP Starter Edition, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2000 SP4, Windows Millennium Edition, Windows 98

The .NET Framework and .NET Compact Framework do not support all versions of every platform. For a list of the supported versions, see .NET Framework System Requirements.

.NET Framework

Supported in: 3.5, 3.0, 2.0
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