In the Attributed Programming Model, the
ExportAttribute declares that a part "exports", or provides to the composition container, an
object that fulfills a particular contract. During composition, parts with imports that have matching contracts will have those dependencies filled by
the exported object.
If the type doesn’t implement the interface it is exporting there will be an issue at runtime (either a cast exception or just a container not
filled with the exported type) leading to unexpected behaviors/crashes.
The rule raises an issue when a class doesn’t implement or inherit the type declared in the
Noncompliant Code Example
public class SomeType // Noncompliant; doesn't implement 'ISomeType'.
public class SomeType : ISomeType