HLNF enumeration

[HLNF may be altered or unavailable in subsequent versions of the operating system or product.]

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Indicates how hyperlink navigation is to proceed. The enumeration is also used by the objects participating in the navigation protocol to convey to each other contextual information about the navigation.

Syntax

typedef enum  { 
  HLNF_INTERNALJUMP           = 0x1,
  HLNF_OPENINNEWWINDOW        = 0x2,
  HLNF_NAVIGATINGBACK         = 0x4,
  HLNF_NAVIGATINGFORWARD      = 0x8,
  HLNF_NAVIGATINGTOSTACKITEM  = 0x10,
  HLNF_CREATENOHISTORY        = 0x20
} HLNF;

Constants

  • HLNF_INTERNALJUMP
    The navigation is an internal jump within the current hyperlink target.

  • HLNF_OPENINNEWWINDOW
    This option is a combination of two commonly coincident options: HLNF_USEBROWSECONTEXTCLONE and HLNF_OFFSETWINDOWORG.

  • HLNF_NAVIGATINGBACK
    The navigation is to the previous destination in the browse context.

  • HLNF_NAVIGATINGFORWARD
    The navigation is to the next destination in the browse context.

  • HLNF_NAVIGATINGTOSTACKITEM
    The navigation is to a destination that is already in the browse context.

  • HLNF_CREATENOHISTORY
    The destination of the current navigation should not be placed into the browse context.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows XP

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server

Header

Hlink.h

See also

Reference

HlinkSimpleNavigateToMoniker

HlinkSimpleNavigateToString