JumpList.JumpItemsRejected Event


Occurs when jump items are not successfully added to the Jump List by the Windows shell.

 event EventHandler<System::Windows::Shell::JumpItemsRejectedEventArgs ^> ^ JumpItemsRejected;
public event EventHandler<System.Windows.Shell.JumpItemsRejectedEventArgs> JumpItemsRejected;
member this.JumpItemsRejected : EventHandler<System.Windows.Shell.JumpItemsRejectedEventArgs> 
Public Custom Event JumpItemsRejected As EventHandler(Of JumpItemsRejectedEventArgs) 
Public Event JumpItemsRejected As EventHandler(Of JumpItemsRejectedEventArgs) 

Event Type


The following example shows how to handle the JumpItemsRejected event to display the rejected items in a message box. This example is part of a larger example available in the JumpList class overview.

private void JumpList_JumpItemsRejected(object sender, System.Windows.Shell.JumpItemsRejectedEventArgs e)
    StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
    sb.AppendFormat("{0} Jump Items Rejected:\n", e.RejectionReasons.Count);
    for (int i = 0; i < e.RejectionReasons.Count; ++i)
        if (e.RejectedItems[i].GetType() == typeof(JumpPath))
            sb.AppendFormat("Reason: {0}\tItem: {1}\n", e.RejectionReasons[i], ((JumpPath)e.RejectedItems[i]).Path);
            sb.AppendFormat("Reason: {0}\tItem: {1}\n", e.RejectionReasons[i], ((JumpTask)e.RejectedItems[i]).ApplicationPath);



After the contents of the JumpList are applied to the Windows shell, the JumpItems property is modified to contain only those items that the Windows shell successfully added to its Jump List. You can access the lists of removed items through event handlers for the JumpItemsRejected and JumpItemsRemovedByUser events.

Applies to