_FA_ENTRY_TYPE Enumeration

A DebugFailureAnalysis object has a collection of failure analysis entries (FA entries). Each FA entry has a tag, and each tag is associated with one of the data types in the FA_ENTRY_TYPE enumeration. For more information, see Failure Analysis Entries, Tags, and Data Types.

An FA entry is an FA_ENTRY structure along with an optional data block. The data type of the tag indicates the type of data in the data block.

Syntax

typedef enum _FA_ENTRY_TYPE {
  DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_NO_TYPE             ,
  DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_ULONG               ,
  DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_ULONG64             ,
  DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_INSTRUCTION_OFFSET  ,
  DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_POINTER             ,
  DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_ANSI_STRING         ,
  DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_ANSI_STRINGs        ,
  DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_EXTENSION_CMD       ,
  DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_STRUCTURED_DATA     ,
  DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_UNICODE_STRING      ,
  DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_ARRAY
} FA_ENTRY_TYPE;

Constants

DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_NO_TYPE There is no data type associated with the tag, and there is no data block.
DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_ULONG The data block holds a ULONG value.
DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_ULONG64 The data block holds a ULONG64 value.
DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_INSTRUCTION_OFFSET The data block holds a 64-bit instruction offset.
DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_POINTER The data block holds a 64-bit pointer.
DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_ANSI_STRING The data block holds a null-terminated string. The DataSize member of the FA_ENTRY structure holds the size of the string including the null terminator.
DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_ANSI_STRINGs
DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_EXTENSION_CMD The data block holds a null-terminated string that is a debugger command. An example of a debugger command string is "!analyze -v".
DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_STRUCTURED_DATA The data block holds a pointer to an IDebugFailureAnalysis2 interface.
DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_UNICODE_STRING The data block holds a null-terminated Unicode string. The DataSize member of the FA_ENTRY structure holds the size of the Unicode string including the null terminator.
DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_ARRAY A bitwise OR of this value and one of the basic types indicates an array. For example, if the data type is DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_ARRAY | DEBUG_FA_ENTRY_POINTER, the data block holds an array of pointers.

Requirements

   
Header extsfns.h

See Also

FA_ENTRY

Failure Analysis Entries

IDebugFAEntryTag

IDebugFailureAnalysis2

Writing an Analysis Extension Plug-in to Extend !analyze