EMS.ResourceTypes.EndPointRequestParameterAttribute.Create

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Delphi

constructor Create(const AMethod: string; AIn: TAPIDocParameter.TParameterIn;  const AName, ADescription: string; const ARequired: boolean; AType: TAPIDoc.TPrimitiveType; AFormat: TAPIDoc.TPrimitiveFormat; AItemType: TAPIDoc.TPrimitiveType; const AJSONScheme, AReference: string); overload;
constructor Create(AIn: TAPIDocParameter.TParameterIn;  const AName, ADescription: string; const ARequired: boolean; AType: TAPIDoc.TPrimitiveType; AFormat: TAPIDoc.TPrimitiveFormat; AItemType: TAPIDoc.TPrimitiveType; const AJSONScheme, AReference: string); overload;

C++

__fastcall EndPointRequestParameterAttribute(const System::UnicodeString AMethod, TAPIDocParameter::TParameterIn AIn, const System::UnicodeString AName, const System::UnicodeString ADescription, const bool ARequired, TAPIDoc::TPrimitiveType AType, TAPIDoc::TPrimitiveFormat AFormat, TAPIDoc::TPrimitiveType AItemType, const System::UnicodeString AJSONScheme, const System::UnicodeString AReference)/* overload */;
__fastcall EndPointRequestParameterAttribute(TAPIDocParameter::TParameterIn AIn, const System::UnicodeString AName, const System::UnicodeString ADescription, const bool ARequired, TAPIDoc::TPrimitiveType AType, TAPIDoc::TPrimitiveFormat AFormat, TAPIDoc::TPrimitiveType AItemType, const System::UnicodeString AJSONScheme, const System::UnicodeString AReference)/* overload */;
/* TEndpointCustomAttribute.Create */ inline __fastcall EndPointRequestParameterAttribute(const System::UnicodeString AMethod)/* overload */ : TEndpointCustomAttribute(AMethod) { }

Properties

Type Visibility Source Unit Parent
constructor public
EMS.ResourceTypes.pas
EMS.ResourceTypes.hpp
EMS.ResourceTypes EndPointRequestParameterAttribute

Description


Constructs an object and initializes its data before the object is first used.

EMS.ResourceTypes.EndPointRequestParameterAttribute.Create inherits from System.TObject.Create. All content below this line refers to System.TObject.Create.

Constructs an object and initializes its data before the object is first used.

Create constructs an object. The purpose, size, and behavior of objects differ greatly. The Create constructor defined by TObject allocates memory but does not initialize data.

Descendant objects usually define a constructor that creates the particular kind of object and initializes its data.

Note: If an exception escapes from a constructor, the object's destructor is called to clean up the failed instance.

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