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When you call InvokeMember, it looks at the type s members for a match. If no match is found, a System.MissingMethodExcpetion exception is thrown. If a match is found, InvokeMember calls the method. Whatever the method returns is what InvokeMember returns back to you. If the method has a return type of void, InvokeMember returns null. If the method you call throws an exception, InvokeMember catches the exception and throws a new System.Reflection.TargetInvocationException exception. The TargetInvocationException object s InnerException property will contain the actual exception that the invoked method threw. Personally, I don t like this behavior. I d prefer it if InvokeMember didn t wrap the exception and just allowed it to come through. Internally, InvokeMember performs two operations. First, it must select the appropriate member to be called this is known as binding. Second, it must actually invoke the member this is known as invoking. When you call InvokeMember, you pass a string as the name parameter, indicating the name of the member you want InvokeMember to bind to. However, the type might offer several members with a particular name. After all, there might be several overloaded versions of a method, or a method and a field might have the same name. Of course, InvokeMember must bind to a single member before it can invoke it. All the parameters passed to InvokeMember (except for the target parameter) are used to help InvokeMember decide which member to bind to. Let s take a closer look at these parameters. The binder parameter identifies an object whose type is derived from the abstract System.Reflection.Binder type. A Binder derived type is a type that encapsulates the rules for how InvokeMember should select a single member. The Binder base type defines abstract virtual methods such as BindToField, BindToMethod, ChangeType, ReorderArgumentArray, SelectMethod, and SelectProperty. Internally, InvokeMember calls these methods using the Binder object passed via InvokeMember s binder parameter. Microsoft has defined an internal (undocumented) concrete type, called DefaultBinder, which is derived from Binder. This DefaultBinder type ships with the FCL, and Microsoft expects that almost everyone will use this binder. When you pass null to InvokeMember s binder parameter, it will use the DefaultBinder. Type offers a public read only property, DefaultBinder, that you can query to obtain a reference to a DefaultBinder object should you want one for some reason. If you re concerned about DefaultBinder s rules, you must define your own Binder derived type and pass an instance of this type via InvokeMember s binder parameter. Sample source code for a simple Binder derived type can be obtained by downloading the code associated with this book from http://www.Wintellect.com/. When a binder object has its methods called, the methods will be passed parameters to help the binder make a decision. Certainly, the binder is passed the name of the member that is being looked for. In addition, the binder s methods are passed the specified BindingFlags as well as the types of all the parameters that need to be passed to the member being invoked. Earlier in this chapter, I showed a table (Table 20 2) that described the following BindingFlags: Default, IgnoreCase, DeclaredOnly, Instance, Static, Public, NonPublic, and 419
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