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Task (Clase)

Cuando se reemplaza en un formulario derivado, proporciona funcionalidad para las tareas.

Espacio de nombres: Microsoft.Build.Utilities
Ensamblado: Microsoft.Build.Utilities (en

public abstract class Task : ITask
public abstract class Task implements ITask
public abstract class Task implements ITask
No aplicable.

Esta clase abstracta proporciona implementaciones predeterminadas para los métodos y propiedades de la interfaz ITask.

Se pueden crear instancias de esta clase sólo en un formulario derivado.

En el ejemplo siguiente se muestra el código de una tarea que crea uno o varios directorios.

using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Security;
using System.Collections;
using Microsoft.Build.Framework;
using Microsoft.Build.Utilities;

namespace Microsoft.Build.Tasks
	 * Class: MakeDir
	 * An MSBuild task that creates one or more directories.
	public class MakeDir : Task
	    // The Required attribute indicates the following to MSBuild:
	    //	     - if the parameter is a scalar type, and it is not supplied, fail the build immediately
	    //	     - if the parameter is an array type, and it is not supplied, pass in an empty array
	    // In this case the parameter is an array type, so if a project fails to pass in a value for the 
            // Directories parameter, the task will get invoked, but this implementation will do nothing,
            // because the array will be empty.
            // Directories to create.
		public ITaskItem[] Directories
				return directories;

				directories = value;

		// The Output attribute indicates to MSBuild that the value of this property can be gathered after the
		// task has returned from Execute(), if the project has an <Output> tag under this task's element for 
		// this property.
		// A project may need the subset of the inputs that were actually created, so make that available here.
		public ITaskItem[] DirectoriesCreated
				return directoriesCreated;

		private ITaskItem[] directories;
		private ITaskItem[] directoriesCreated;

		/// <summary>
		/// Execute is part of the Microsoft.Build.Framework.ITask interface.
		/// When it's called, any input parameters have already been set on the task's properties.
		/// It returns true or false to indicate success or failure.
		/// </summary>
		public override bool Execute()
			ArrayList items = new ArrayList();
			foreach (ITaskItem directory in Directories)
				// ItemSpec holds the filename or path of an Item
				if (directory.ItemSpec.Length > 0)
						// Only log a message if we actually need to create the folder
						if (!Directory.Exists(directory.ItemSpec))
							Log.LogMessage(MessageImportance.Normal, "Creating directory " + directory.ItemSpec);

						// Add to the list of created directories
					// If a directory fails to get created, log an error, but proceed with the remaining 
					// directories.
					catch (Exception ex)
						if (ex is IOException
							|| ex is UnauthorizedAccessException
							|| ex is PathTooLongException
							|| ex is DirectoryNotFoundException
							|| ex is SecurityException)
							Log.LogError("Error trying to create directory " + directory.ItemSpec + ". " + ex.Message);

			// Populate the "DirectoriesCreated" output items.
			directoriesCreated = (ITaskItem[])items.ToArray(typeof(ITaskItem));

			// Log.HasLoggedErrors is true if the task logged any errors -- even if they were logged 
			// from a task's constructor or property setter. As long as this task is written to always log an error
			// when it fails, we can reliably return HasLoggedErrors.
			return !Log.HasLoggedErrors;

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Windows 98, Windows 2000 Service Pack 4, Windows CE, Windows Millennium, Windows Mobile para Pocket PC, Windows Mobile para Smartphone, Windows Server 2003, Windows XP Media Center, Windows XP Professional x64, Windows XP SP2, Windows XP Starter

Microsoft .NET Framework 3.0 es compatible con Windows Vista, Microsoft Windows XP SP2 y Windows Server 2003 SP1.

.NET Framework

Compatible con: 3.0, 2.0