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Represents the exception that is thrown when a console task already exists in a user role scope.

The following tables list the members exposed by the ConsoleTaskInUserRoleScopeAlreadyExistsException type.

Public Constructors (see also Protected Constructors)

  Name Description
ConsoleTaskInUserRoleScopeAlreadyExistsException Overloaded. Initializes a new instance of the ConsoleTaskInUserRoleScopeAlreadyExistsException class.

Protected Constructors

  Name Description
ConsoleTaskInUserRoleScopeAlreadyExistsException Overloaded.  

Public Properties (see also Protected Properties)

  Name Description
public property ConsoleTaskId Gets the console task identifier that already exists in the user role.
public property Data  (inherited from Exception)
public property HelpLink  (inherited from Exception)
public property InnerException  (inherited from Exception)
public property Message  (inherited from Exception)
public property Source  (inherited from Exception)
public property StackTrace  (inherited from Exception)
public property TargetSite  (inherited from Exception)
public property UserRoleId Gets the user role scope identifier that already has the console task.

Protected Properties

  Name Description
protected property HResult  (inherited from Exception)

Public Methods (see also Protected Methods)

  Name Description
public method Equals  Overloaded. (inherited from Object)
public method GetBaseException  (inherited from Exception)
public method GetHashCode  (inherited from Object)
public method GetObjectData Overridden. Gets object data about this exception.
public method GetType  (inherited from Exception)
public methodstatic ReferenceEquals  (inherited from Object)
public method ToString  (inherited from Exception)

Protected Methods

  Name Description
protected method Finalize  (inherited from Object)
protected method MemberwiseClone  (inherited from Object)

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