The InputPortProxy type exposes the following members.
This property represents the connector object that this port is associated with.
The description for this object. Typically used for human-readable representations.
The Guid for this object. Typically required to be unique in a pan-model context.
The port index represents its sequence, if any, with respect to the other ports.
Gets and sets a value indicating whether this IPort is intrinsic. An intrinsic port is a hard-wired part of its owner. It is there when its owner is created, and cannot be removed.
Returns the key by which this port is known to its owner.
The IModel to which this object belongs.
The name by which this object is known. Typically not required to be unique in a pan-model context.
This property contains the owner of the port.
This property returns the port at the other end of the connector to which this port is connected, or null, if there is no connector, and/or no port on the other end of a connected connector.
This sets the DataArrivalHandler that this port will use, replacing the current one. This should be used only by objects under the control of, or owned by, the IPortOwner that owns this port.