Token Handler. Can Read Key Identifier Clause(XmlReader) Method
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Returns a value that indicates whether the XML element referred to by the specified XML reader is a key identifier clause that can be deserialized by this instance.
public: virtual bool CanReadKeyIdentifierClause(System::Xml::XmlReader ^ reader);
public virtual bool CanReadKeyIdentifierClause (System.Xml.XmlReader reader);
abstract member CanReadKeyIdentifierClause : System.Xml.XmlReader -> bool override this.CanReadKeyIdentifierClause : System.Xml.XmlReader -> bool
Public Overridable Function CanReadKeyIdentifierClause (reader As XmlReader) As Boolean
An XML reader positioned at the start element. The reader should not be advanced by this method.
true if the ReadKeyIdentifierClause(XmlReader) method can read the element; otherwise,
false. The default is
The default implementation returns
false to indicate that the key identifier clause cannot be read.
A derived class checks the element that the reader is referring to in order to determine whether the instance can deserialize a key identifier clause. This is typically accomplished through a call to the XmlReader.IsStartElement method with the appropriate element and namespace strings specified. If you override CanReadKeyIdentifierClause, you must also override the ReadKeyIdentifierClause method to provide the logic to deserialize the key identifier clause.