Azure. Relay Namespace
Contains classes that support access to Relay resources.
The exception that occurs when an authorization attempt fails.
An exception that occurs when a Listener gets disconnected from the Azure cloud service.
An exception that indicates the Relay HybridConnection/Endpoint already exists.
Represents an exception when the Relay HybridConnection/Endpoint should exist but was not present.
Provides a client for initiating new send-side HybridConnections.
Provides a listener for accepting HybridConnections from remote clients.
Provides runtime information about a HybridConnection.
A Stream representing a connected HybridConnection. Use it just like any other Stream with the addition of a Shutdown method for notifying the other side of this connection that shutdown is occurring.
An exception indicating a Relay quota has been exceeded.
Creates and manages the contents of connection strings. You can use this class to construct a connection string for working with a Relay namespace. It can also be used to perform basic validation on an existing connection string.
Provides access to the request and response objects representing a client request to a HybridConnectionListener. This is modeled after System.Net.HttpListenerContext.
Describes an incoming client request to a HybridConnectionListener object. This is modeled after System.Net.HttpListenerRequest.
Represents a response to a request being handled by a HybridConnectionListener object. This is modeled after System.Net.HttpListenerResponse.
Represents exceptions thrown for for relay errors.
Provides information about a security token such as audience, expiry time, and the string token value.
Represents the exception that is thrown when a server is overloaded with logical operations.
A strongly-typed resource class, for looking up localized strings, etc.
This abstract base class can be extended to implement additional token providers.
Describes the current status of a one-way connection.
WriteMode options for HybridConnectionStream