Assembly: mscorlib (in mscorlib.dll)
[AttributeUsageAttribute(AttributeTargets::Constructor|AttributeTargets::Method|AttributeTargets::Property, Inherited=false)] [ConditionalAttribute(L"RESOURCE_ANNOTATION_WORK")] public ref class ResourceConsumptionAttribute sealed : public Attribute
/** @attribute AttributeUsageAttribute(AttributeTargets.Constructor|AttributeTargets.Method|AttributeTargets.Property, Inherited=false) */ /** @attribute ConditionalAttribute("RESOURCE_ANNOTATION_WORK") */ public final class ResourceConsumptionAttribute extends Attribute
If the ResourceConsumptionAttribute attribute is applied to a member, the ResourceExposureAttribute attribute must also be applied.
If the resource scope of the consumed resource is different than the resource scope of how it is consumed, the constructor that takes a consumptionScope parameter should be used to specify how the resource is consumed. For example, a resource may be exposed as a Machine resource, but only used at the Process and Assembly scope. For this example the consumptionScope parameter is set to Process | Assembly.
The resourceScope parameter in the constructor must specify a ResourceScope greater than or equal to the resource exposure of all called members. For example, a method consuming two Process resources and one Machine resource would be identified as consuming a Machine and a Process resource by setting resourceScope to Machine | Process.
Public members cannot expose Assembly or Private resources. Assembly members cannot expose Private resources.
The graph of methods terminates when a ResourceExposureAttribute attribute with a resource scope of None is applied to a method.
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