Many Forefront TMG objects depend upon other objects. This means
that you access dependent objects through the properties of their
parent object. Keep the following considerations in mind as you
manage these dependent objects in your code:
- When adding an object that contains a reference to another
object or when modifying the name of the referenced object,
Forefront TMG attempts to verify the existence of the referenced
object. If the referenced object cannot be verified, the operation
- When removing an object that is referenced by another object,
Forefront TMG checks all instantiated objects to learn whether
there are other references to the deleted object. If such
references exist, the operation fails.
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