126.96.36.199.54 Commit (Opnum 60)
HRESULT Commit( [in] BSTR name, [in, unique] BSTR server, CommitMode mode, [out, retval] IValueMap** validation );
name: Supplies a unique name used to identify a data collector set.
server: Supplies a name string that MUST be less than 1024 characters in length. PLA MUST return this name from the IDataCollectorSet::Server(Get) method defined in section 188.8.131.52.26; otherwise, this string is not used by PLA.
mode: Supplies the actions to perform. See section 184.108.40.206 for a description of possible actions.
validation: Receives a validation value map with a list of properties for this data collector set (and its encapsulated objects) that are invalid or ignored. For each property of the data collector set and its associated objects, passed in by the client, that could not be set, the server MUST return in an IValueMap. Each IValueMapItem in the IValueMap represents a property of the data collector set and its encapsulated objects that could not be set by the server. The Names property of the IValueMapItem represents the property name, while the Values property of the IValueMap represents the HRESULT describing the specific property corresponding to that property. The ValueMapType property of the IValueMap is plaValidation; more information can be found in section 2.2.11. Note that the client MAY choose to ignore any warnings or errors that are returned by the server; however, if it does so, the data collector set might not be executed by the server as the client expects. The client MUST ignore the validation property if the Commit method fails. The validation property will be NULL, and an error code returned, in the case that the data collector set contains an IApiTracingDataCollectorSet and there are array elements that are part of both the IApiTracingDataCollectorSet::IncludeApis array and IApiTracingDataCollectorSet::ExcludeApis array (in other words, there is overlap between the two arrays).
Return Values: This method MUST return an HRESULT with the severity bit clear on success as specified in [MS-ERREF]; otherwise, it MUST return one of the errors as defined in 2.2.1 or one of the errors as defined in [MS-ERREF] section 2.1.