Occurs immediately after a dock operation within the current DockLayoutManager is completed.
public event DockOperationCompletedEventHandler DockOperationCompleted
Public Event DockOperationCompleted As DockOperationCompletedEventHandler
The DockOperationCompleted event's data class is DockOperationCompletedEventArgs. The following properties provide information specific to this event:
|DockOperation||Gets the type of an operation that is processed within the DockLayoutManager.DockOperationCompleted event.|
|Handled||Gets or sets a value that indicates the present state of the event handling for a routed event as it travels the route. Inherited from RoutedEventArgs.|
|Item||Gets the currently processed item. Inherited from ItemEventArgs.|
|OriginalSource||Gets the original reporting source as determined by pure hit testing, before any possible Source adjustment by a parent class. Inherited from RoutedEventArgs.|
|RoutedEvent||Gets or sets the RoutedEvent associated with this RoutedEventArgs instance. Inherited from RoutedEventArgs.|
|Source||Gets or sets a reference to the object that raised the event. Inherited from RoutedEventArgs.|
The event data class exposes the following methods:
|InvokeEventHandler(Delegate, Object)||When overridden in a derived class, provides a way to invoke event handlers in a type-specific way, which can increase efficiency over the base implementation. Inherited from RoutedEventArgs.|
|OnSetSource(Object)||When overridden in a derived class, provides a notification callback entry point whenever the value of the Source property of an instance changes. Inherited from RoutedEventArgs.|
When any dock operation - dock, float, auto-hide, restore or close - is about to take place, the DockLayoutManager.DockOperationStarting event is fired. Handling this event allows you to perform a complete check and allow or cancel upcoming layout changes. If the DockLayoutManager.DockOperationStarting event was not canceled, the DockOperationCompleted event occurs. Handle this event to apply specific changes to Dock Items involved in the dock operation. See the DockLayoutManager.DockOperationStarting event to learn more.