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UriTemplate.BindByPosition Method (Uri, String[])

 

Creates a new URI from the template and an array of parameter values.

Namespace:   System
Assembly:  System.ServiceModel (in System.ServiceModel.dll)

public Uri BindByPosition(
	Uri baseAddress,
	params string[] values
)

Parameters

baseAddress
Type: System.Uri

A Uri that contains the base address.

values
Type: System.String[]

The parameter values.

Return Value

Type: System.Uri

A new Uri instance.

The parameter values are bound by position left to right. The first parameter value replaces the first variable found in the template, the second parameter value replaces the second variable, and so on. Variables passed to this method are escaped.

System_CAPS_noteNote

The number of parameters passed in the values parameter must match the number of variables in the template. If not, a FormatException is thrown.

System_CAPS_noteNote

It is possible to pass in text within the parameter values array that prevents the generated URI from matching the template that is used to generate it. Examples of such text includes: '/', '.','..', '*', '{', and '}'. The following code demonstrates this.

UriTemplate template = new UriTemplate("far/{bat}/baz");

Uri uri = new Uri("http://localhost/Base");

Uri result = template.BindByPosition(uri, "."); // returns Base/form/baz

Uri result = template.BindByPosition(uri, ".."); // returns Base/baz

Uri result = template.BindByPosition(uri, "x/y"); // returns Base/form/x/y/baz

Uri result = template.BindByPosition(uri, "{x}"); // returns Base/form/{x}/baz

Uri result = template.BindByPosition(uri, "*"); // returns Base/form/*/baz

The following example shows how to call the BindByPosition(Uri, String[]).

UriTemplate template = new UriTemplate("weather/{state}/{city}?forecast={day}");
Uri prefix = new Uri("http://localhost");

Uri positionalUri = template.BindByPosition(prefix, "Washington", "Redmond", "Today");

.NET Framework
Available since 3.5
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