View Methods

The base class for Views.

Name Description
BreakLinksToControls()

Removes references to a View's controls and their event handlers.

CanChangeCurrentObject()

Determines whether a View's current object can be changed.

CanClose()

Determines whether a View can be closed.

Close()

Closes a View.

Close(Boolean)

Closes a View if it is allowed to be closed.

CreateControls()

Creates controls that visualize a View in a UI.

CreateShortcut()

Returns key information on the current View.

Dispose()

Releases all resources used by this View object.

Equals(Object) Determines whether the specified object is equal to the current object.
(Inherited from Object)
Equals(Object, Object) Determines whether the specified object instances are considered equal.
(Inherited from Object)
GetCurrentObjectCaption()

Returns the current object's caption, formatted according to the applied ObjectCaptionFormatAttribute.

GetHashCode() Serves as the default hash function.
(Inherited from Object)
GetType() Gets the of the current instance.
(Inherited from Object)
IsSameObjectSpace(View)

Checks whether a specific View interacts with the database via the current View's Object Space.

LoadModel()

For internal use.

LoadModel(Boolean)

Applies the Application Model changes to the current View.

MemberwiseClone() Creates a shallow copy of the current .
(Inherited from Object)
RaiseActivated()

Raises the View.Activated event.

ReferenceEquals(Object, Object) Determines whether the specified instances are the same instance.
(Inherited from Object)
Refresh()

Refreshes displayed values of the View's controls with new values from the data source collection (not from the database itself).

Refresh(Boolean)

Refreshes displayed values of the View's controls with new values from the data source collection (and optionally, from the database itself).

RefreshDataSource()

Refreshes the data source of the current View.

SaveModel()

Writes information on a View to the Application Model.

SetModel(IModelView)

For internal use.

ToString()

Returns a View's textual representation.