Cluster Database Access Functions

The cluster database access functions are called by Resource DLLs to create and initialize private properties and perform other configuration tasks.


These functions should primarily be used by resource DLLs, so Cluster-aware applications should avoid these functions whenever possible. For more information, see standard order of preference.


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Cluster Registry Access Functions

Cluster registry access functions are called by Resource DLLs to directly access and update keys in the cluster database.

Property Access Utility Functions

The property access utility functions are called by resource DLLs to directly access the cluster database and move property data between property lists, parameter blocks, and property tables.

Failover Cluster Functions

Creating Resource Types