Decision.SetBinding<T> Method (IEnumerable<T>, String)
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Initializes a new instance of the Decision class.
Assembly: Microsoft.Solver.Foundation (in Microsoft.Solver.Foundation.dll)
'Declaration Public Sub SetBinding(Of T) ( _ binding As IEnumerable(Of T), _ valueField As String _ )
public void SetBinding<T>( IEnumerable<T> binding, string valueField )
public: generic<typename T> void SetBinding( IEnumerable<T>^ binding, String^ valueField )
member SetBinding : binding:IEnumerable<'T> * valueField:string -> unit
JScript does not support generic types or methods.
A sequence of objects. There is a new binding for each data element.
The name of the property of each input object that is assigned the value of the data decisions.
A property or field cannot be found, or the property or field is not writeable.
A decision does not need to be bound to data. If it is, the data must be in the form of a sequence of objects, where each object has properties for the value and index(es) of the data element. The sequence must contain one object for each decision. The data is written when the Context.PropagateDecisions method is called.
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