Control. IFilter Resolution Service. Evaluate Filter(String) Method
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Returns a value that indicates whether the specified filter is a type of the current filter object.
virtual bool System.Web.UI.IFilterResolutionService.EvaluateFilter(System::String ^ filterName) = System::Web::UI::IFilterResolutionService::EvaluateFilter;
bool IFilterResolutionService.EvaluateFilter (string filterName);
abstract member System.Web.UI.IFilterResolutionService.EvaluateFilter : string -> bool override this.System.Web.UI.IFilterResolutionService.EvaluateFilter : string -> bool
Function EvaluateFilter (filterName As String) As Boolean Implements IFilterResolutionService.EvaluateFilter
The name of a device filter.
true if the specified filter is a type applicable to the current filter object; otherwise,
The IFilterResolutionService.EvaluateFilter method is part of the IFilterResolutionService interface, which is specific to how a control uses device filters in a designer environment. When controls are parsed or persisted in the designer environment outside the context of a browser request, the IFilterResolutionService provides a way to determine if the current control is affected by a named filter and whether a named filter is part of a specific device-filter hierarchy.