IOCTL_HAL_GET_DEVICEID (Windows CE 5.0)
[in] Set to IOCTL_HAL_GET_DEVICEID to retrieve the DEVICE_ID structure.
[in] Unused. Must be set to NULL.
[in] Unused. Must be set to 0.
[in] Set to the address of an allocated DEVICE_ID structure.
[in] Set to the size of the DEVICE_ID structure.
[in] Address of a DWORD that receives the size, in bytes, of the data structure that contains the device identification information.
This parameter is optional. If you do not need this value, set this parameter to NULL.
If the system supports IOCTL_HAL_GET_DEVICEID and the parameters are correct, this returns TRUE for success. If support is not provided for IOCTL_HAL_GET_DEVICEID or the request fails, this returns FALSE. FALSE is also returned when querying the IOCTL for the correct data structure size. See the Remarks section for more information.
For Windows Mobile-based BSPs, IOCTL_HAL_GET_DEVICEID returns the following values:
|Windows Mobile BSP||IOCTL_HAL_GET_DEVICEID return value|
|Device Emulator||DEVICE_ID structure|
|TI OMAP730 P2Sample||If the output buffer is 16 bytes long, a universally unique identifier (UUID) is returned.
For other output buffer sizes, a DEVICE_ID structure with an UUID spread across the two fields is returned.
This IOCTL allows the caller to obtain the DEVICE_ID structure associated with the device and to determine the size of the structure. It is recommended that you query the system for the structure size so that you can allocate the right buffer size, and then get the actual device DEVICE_ID data structure.
To query the structure size
Allocate a DEVICE_ID structure and then set the dwSize value to zero
Pass the DEVICE_ID structure to KernelIoControl using IOCTL_HAL_GET_DEVICEID.
The KernelIoControl call will return FALSE and GetLastError will return ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_BUFFER. The dwSize member in the DEVICE_ID structure will contain the number of bytes needed for the device identification information. In this case, the lpBytesReturned value is not set.
To get the device identification information
Allocate a large enough buffer and then call KernelIoControl using IOCTL_HAL_GET_DEVICEID.
The data will be copied into lpOutBuf. If lpBytesReturned is not NULL, then this address will contain the size of the data copied to the buffer. This should be equal to the dwSize parameter in the DEVICE_ID data structure.
If this process is successful, the function returns TRUE. If an error occurs, this function returns FALSE and sets GetLastError. If GetLastError equals ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_BUFFER, the dwSize parameter will not be set to the size needed for the data structure.
OS Versions: Windows CE 2.10 and later.
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