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WebReferencesEventsClass Class 

Represents the events for the WebReferences property of a VSWebSite. Use the WebReferencesEvents object obtained from the WebReferencesEvents property to access the functionality of this class. Do not instantiate from this class.

Namespace: VsWebSite
Assembly: VsWebSite.Interop (in vswebsite.interop.dll)

[GuidAttribute("83121F90-51F7-452A-AF12-1EFB69B735D3")] 
[ClassInterfaceAttribute(0)] 
public class WebReferencesEventsClass : _WebReferencesEvents, WebReferencesEvents, _dispWebReferencesEvents_Event
/** @attribute GuidAttribute("83121F90-51F7-452A-AF12-1EFB69B735D3") */ 
/** @attribute ClassInterfaceAttribute(0) */ 
public class WebReferencesEventsClass implements _WebReferencesEvents, WebReferencesEvents, 
	_dispWebReferencesEvents_Event
GuidAttribute("83121F90-51F7-452A-AF12-1EFB69B735D3") 
ClassInterfaceAttribute(0) 
public class WebReferencesEventsClass implements _WebReferencesEvents, WebReferencesEvents, 
	_dispWebReferencesEvents_Event

This class is accessed through the WebReferencesEvents interface, which is obtained from the WebReferencesEvents property.

NoteNote

The functionality provided by this class is available in versions of Visual Studio starting with Visual Studio 2005. It is not available in Visual Web Developer Express Edition.

The following macro code example shows how to create a reference to the current VSWebSite object through the Development Tools Extensibility (DTE2) and how to subscribe to a Web reference event. This sample is part of a larger code sample for VSWebSiteEvents.

' Initialize the VsWebSite and the Events
Sub InitAssemblyRefsEvents()
    ' Get a reference to the first Web site 
    ' in the current solution
    Dim ws As VsWebSite.VSWebSite = _
        DTE.Solution.Projects.Item(1).Object

    ' Attach the Web site events to module events
    AssemblyRefsEvents = _
        ws.VSWebSiteEvents.AssemblyReferencesEvents
End Sub
' Declare the event
' The macro IDE requires the attribute 
' in order to trap the events
<System.ContextStaticAttribute()> _
Public WithEvents WebRefsEvents As _
    VsWebSite.WebReferencesEvents

System.Object
  VsWebSite.WebReferencesEventsClass

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