Yes. You are right. I missed that out. I guess rest should work then.
From: fantivero <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: Shivshankar, Ganesh (IT/IN)
Sent: Tue Nov 23 20:57:51 2010
Subject: Re: Registering custom region adapters in MefBootstrapper [CompositeWPF:235004]
It seems to be a possible approach for achieving your scenario. Please take into account that if your Custom Region Adapter has to be created using a non-default constructor, you will need to specify to the composition engine the constructor that you want
use by decorating it with the ImportingContructor attribute. So your code might be similar to the following:
public class CustomRegionAdapter : RegionAdapterBase<Grid>
public void CustomRegionAdapter (IRegionBehaviourFactory regionBehaviourFactory)
This way the the IRegionBehaviorFactory is declarer automatically. For more information on this topic, you could take a look at the following documentation section on MSDN:
Attributed Programming Model Overview, see the
Prerequisites Imports section.
Hope this helps.
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