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//    Copyright (C) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.
// Description: Static class that manages prefetching and normalization 
// History: 
//  03/10/2004 : BrendanM Created
using System;
using System.Diagnostics; 
using System.Windows; 
using System.Windows.Automation;
using System.Windows.Automation.Provider; 
using System.ComponentModel;
using MS.Win32;

// For methods that support prefetching, ClientAPI sends the UiaCoreApi
// a cacherequest that lists the relatives of the element (TreeScope) 
// and properties/patterns to return. The API returns with a CacheResponse 
// with all this information "flattened out" - this class has the task
// of inflating that response into a tree of AutomationElements. 
// The response consists of two parts:
// A 2-D array of property values:
// There is one row for every element (usually just the target element 
// itself, but can also include rows for children and descendants if
// TreeScope was used). 
// Each row then consists of: 
// - a value that is the hnode for the element (unless AutomationElementMode
// is empty, in which case this slot is null). 
// - values for the requested properties
// - values for the requetsed patterns
// The values in the 2-D array are Variant-based objects when we get them 
// back from the unmanaged API - we immediately convert them to the appropriate
// CLR type before we use that array - this conversion is done in the CacheResponse 
// ctor in UiaCoreApis. This conversion, for example: 
//     converts ints to appropriate enums
//     converts int[]s to Rects for BoundingRectangle 
//     converts the inital object representing the hnode to a SafeHandle
//     converts objects representing hpatterns to SafeHandles.
// The second part of the response is a string describing the tree structure 
// - this is a lisp-like tree description, and it describes a traversal
// of the tree - a '(' every time a node is entered, and  a ')' every time 
// a node is left. 
// A simple tree consisting of a single node with two children would be
// represented by the string "(()())". 
// The AutomationElement tree structure can be determined by parsing this
// string.
// This string is modified slightly from the description above - if a node 
// in the tree also has a row of properties in the table - which is the
// usual case - then the '(' is replaced with a 'P'. The rows in the table 
// are stored in "preorder traversal order", so they can easily be matched 
// up with successive 'P's from the tree description string.
namespace MS.Internal.Automation
    static class CacheHelper
        //  Internal Methods 

        #region Internal Methods

        internal static AutomationElement BuildAutomationElementsFromResponse( 
            UiaCoreApi.UiaCacheRequest cacheRequest,
            UiaCoreApi.UiaCacheResponse response) 
            if (response.TreeStructure == null)
                Debug.Assert(response.RequestedData == null, "both RequestedData and TreeStructure should be null or non-null");
                return null;
            // FrozenCacheRequest should not be null one new AE code, but may
            // still be null on old code paths - eg. top level window events - where 
            // prefetching is not yet enabled. 
            if (cacheRequest == null)
                cacheRequest = CacheRequest.DefaultUiaCacheRequest;

            // ParseTreeDescription is the method that parses the returned data 
            // and builds up the tree, setting properties on each node as it goes along...
            // index and propIndex keep track of where it is, and we check afterwards 
            // that all are pointing to the end, to ensure that everything matched 
            // up as expected.
            int index = 0; 
            int propIndex = 0;
            bool askedForChildren = (cacheRequest.TreeScope & TreeScope.Children) != 0;
            bool askedForDescendants = (cacheRequest.TreeScope & TreeScope.Descendants) != 0;
            AutomationElement root = ParseTreeDescription(response.TreeStructure, response.RequestedData, 
                                                           ref index,
                                                           ref propIndex, 

            if (index != response.TreeStructure.Length)
                Debug.Assert(false, "Internal error: got malformed tree description string (extra chars at end)"); 
                return null;
            if (response.RequestedData != null && propIndex != response.RequestedData.GetLength(0))
                Debug.Assert(false, "Internal error: mismatch between count of property buckets and nodes claiming them");
                return null;
            // Properties are wrapped (eg. pattern classes inserted in front of interface) as
            // they are being returned to the caller, in the AutomationElement accessors, not here. 
            return root;

        #endregion Internal Methods


        //  Private Methods

        #region Private Methods
        // Parses the string as returned from ElementSearcher - see ElementSearcher.cs
        // for a description of the format string. Summary is that it is a lisp-like 
        // set of parens indicating tree structure (eg. "(()())" indicates a node containing 
        // two child nodes), but uses 'P' instead of an open paran to indicate that the
        // corresonding node has a property array that needs to be associated with it. 
        // index is the current position in the tree strucure string,
        // propIndex is the current position in the array of property arrays
        // (an array of properties returned for each element that matches the 
        // condition specified in the Searcher condition.)
        private static AutomationElement ParseTreeDescription( string treeDescription, 
                                                               object[,] properties, 
                                                               ref int index,
                                                               ref int propIndex, 
                                                               UiaCoreApi.UiaCacheRequest cacheRequest,
                                                               bool askedForChildren,
                                                               bool askedForDescendants )
            // Check that this is a 'begin node' tag (with or without properties)...
            if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(treeDescription)) 
                return null; 
            char c = treeDescription[index];
            if (c != '(' && c != 'P')
                return null;

            bool havePropertiesForThisNode = c == 'P'; 
            SafeNodeHandle hnode = null;

            // If we have information for this node, and we want full remote
            // references back, then extract the hnode from the first slot of that 
            // element's property row...
            if (havePropertiesForThisNode && cacheRequest.AutomationElementMode == AutomationElementMode.Full) 
                hnode = (SafeNodeHandle)properties[propIndex, 0];

            // Attach properties if present...
            object[,] cachedValues = null;
            int cachedValueIndex = 0; 
            if (havePropertiesForThisNode)
                cachedValues = properties; 
                cachedValueIndex = propIndex;

            AutomationElement node = new AutomationElement(hnode, cachedValues, cachedValueIndex, cacheRequest);
            if( askedForChildren || askedForDescendants )
                // If we did request children or descendants at this level, then set the 
                // cached first child to null - it may get overwritten with
                // an actual value later; but the key thing is that it gets 
                // set so we can distinguish the "asked, but doesn't have one" from
                // the "didn't ask" case. (Internally, AutomationElement uses
                // 'this' to indicate the later case, and throws an exception if
                // you ask for the children without having previously asked 
                // for them in a CacheRequest.)

            // Add in children... 
            AutomationElement prevChild = null;

            for (; ; )
                // Recursively parse the string...
                AutomationElement child = ParseTreeDescription( treeDescription, properties, 
                                                                ref index, ref propIndex, cacheRequest, 
                                                                askedForDescendants, askedForDescendants);
                if (child == null)

                // Then link child node into tree... 
                if (prevChild == null) 
                prevChild = child; 
            // Ensure that end node tag is present...
            if (treeDescription[index] != ')')
                Debug.Assert(false, "Internal error: Got malformed tree description string, missing closing paren"); 
                return null;
            return node; 

        #endregion Private Methods
        //  Private Fields 

        #region Private Fields

        // Static class - no private fields 

        #endregion Private Fields 

// File provided for Reference Use Only by Microsoft Corporation (c) 2007.
// Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

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