ParameterInProperty Class

NOTE: This API is now obsolete.

Provides descriptive information about a parameter in a parameter list to the ParametersInConsumerInit event of the IParametersInConsumer interface

System.Object
  Microsoft.SharePoint.WebPartPages.Communication.ParameterInProperty

Namespace:  Microsoft.SharePoint.WebPartPages.Communication
Assembly:  Microsoft.SharePoint (in Microsoft.SharePoint.dll)

[ObsoleteAttribute("Use System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts.IWebPartParameters instead")]
public sealed class ParameterInProperty

The following code example shows an overridden PartCommunicationInit method that creates an instance of the ParametersInConsumerInitEventArgs class and defines parameter values by creating an instance of the ParameterInProperty class. This code example is part of a larger example provided for the IParametersInConsumer interface.

// Step #7: Override the PartCommunicationInit method.
// The PartCommunicationInit method is called by the Web Part infrastructure during the ASP.NET PreRender 
// event to allow the part to pass initialization information to the other connected parts.
// It is important to always pass initialization information. Some parts
// may not behave properly if this initialization information is not received.
public override void PartCommunicationInit()
{
    // Ensure all controls have been created.
    EnsureChildControls();

    // Check if connected.
    if(_connected)
    {
        // If there is a listener, fire the ParametersInConsumerInit event.
        if (ParametersInConsumerInit != null)
        {
            // Need to create the ParametersInConsumerInitEventArgs object for the ParametersInConsumerInit event.
            ParametersInConsumerInitEventArgs parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs = new ParametersInConsumerInitEventArgs();
            
            // Set the ParameterInProperties.
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties = new ParameterInProperty[4];

            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[0] = new ParameterInProperty();
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[0].Description = _fontFamilyParamDescription;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[0].ParameterDisplayName = _fontFamilyParamDisplayName;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[0].ParameterName = _fontFamilyParamName;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[0].Required = true;

            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[1] = new ParameterInProperty();
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[1].Description = _fontColorParamDescription;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[1].ParameterDisplayName = _fontColorParamDisplayName;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[1].ParameterName = _fontColorParamName;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[1].Required = false;

            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[2] = new ParameterInProperty();
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[2].Description = _fontWeightParamDescription;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[2].ParameterDisplayName = _fontWeightParamDisplayName;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[2].ParameterName = _fontWeightParamName;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[2].Required = true;

            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[3] = new ParameterInProperty();
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[3].Description = _fontSizeParamDescription;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[3].ParameterDisplayName = _fontSizeParamDisplayName;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[3].ParameterName = _fontSizeParamName;
            parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs.ParameterInProperties[3].Required = false;

            // Fire the ParametersInConsumerInit event.
            ParametersInConsumerInit(this, parametersInConsumerInitEventArgs);
        }
    }
}

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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