[SerializableAttribute] public class ConfigurationDomainCommand : IConfigurationDomainCommand
<SerializableAttribute> Public Class ConfigurationDomainCommand Implements IConfigurationDomainCommand
[SerializableAttribute] public ref class ConfigurationDomainCommand : IConfigurationDomainCommand
Thetype exposes the following members.
Indicates whether the interface should be blocked while the command is being executed. Useful for longer running commands where further user interaction with the interface could negatively effect user experience or execution, or simply a way to indicate to the user that something is happening, and when it is over.
If specified and there are pending changes in the editor, this message will be displayed to the user in a confirmation dialog after they've triggered the command, but before its execution. They will have the option to proceed 'OK' or 'Cancel' the command. Note: This should be used as a replacement for "confirmMessage" messages. When this message is defined the "comfirmMessage" prompt is not used.
If specified, the message will be displayed to the user in a confirmation dialog after they've triggered the command, but before its execution. They will have the option to proceed or cancel the command.
The display name to use for the command. Optional.
The extension method to call when the command is triggered.
Help text to expose for the command. Optional.
A unique identifier for the command. Can be used to reference the command in status dashboards.
A list of locations specifying where and how the command will be shown.
Used to set the confirm prompt shown to the user. This is intended to show the user a prompt: Prompt message text here. [ OK ] ...or... [ Cancel ] This will be shown to the user to verify that they wish to perform the action when there are changes pending in the editor. In versions of MFAdmin older than 20.10.x.x there was no support for the conditional if( changesArePending ) check, so the legacy confirm message will be shown in all cases in versions older than 20.10.x.x, so ensure to word the messages accordingly.