Assembly: System.Windows.Controls.Data.Input (in System.Windows.Controls.Data.Input.dll)
This implementation obtains the string name value from the owner control's header if available. Otherwise, the implementation calls base. This implementation is an exceptional case where the *Core method uses its own logic before attempting the call to base. The reason for this is because a ValidationSummary is associated with the content it is validating only at runtime. Any text string associated with a header for the owner provides a more predictable association between a ValidationSummary and the item set that its validation should apply to, therefore it is uncommon to set AutomationProperties.Name as an instance attached property on a ValidationSummary.
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