RTL_GENERIC_TABLE structure

The RTL_GENERIC_TABLE structure contains file system-specific data for a splay tree.

RTL_GENERIC_TABLE is opaque and not directly manipulated. Drivers must use the support routines that are described in the Remarks section to manipulate RTL_GENERIC_TABLE values.

Syntax

typedef struct _RTL_GENERIC_TABLE {
  PRTL_SPLAY_LINKS              TableRoot;
  LIST_ENTRY                    InsertOrderList;
  PLIST_ENTRY                   OrderedPointer;
  ULONG                         WhichOrderedElement;
  ULONG                         NumberGenericTableElements;
  PRTL_GENERIC_COMPARE_ROUTINE  CompareRoutine;
  PRTL_GENERIC_ALLOCATE_ROUTINE AllocateRoutine;
  PRTL_GENERIC_FREE_ROUTINE     FreeRoutine;
  PVOID                         TableContext;
} RTL_GENERIC_TABLE;

Members

TableRoot

Reserved for system use.

InsertOrderList

Reserved for system use.

OrderedPointer

Reserved for system use.

WhichOrderedElement

Reserved for system use.

NumberGenericTableElements

Reserved for system use.

CompareRoutine

Reserved for system use.

AllocateRoutine

Reserved for system use.

FreeRoutine

Reserved for system use.

TableContext

Reserved for system use.

Remarks

To initialize a generic table package, you allocate a buffer that is at least sizeof(RTL_GENERIC_TABLE) bytes in size to receive the initialized generic table structure from a call to the RtlInitializeGenericTable routine. You can use the following routines to manipulate the table:

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client This structure is available on Windows 2000 and later.
Header ntddk.h (include Ntddk.h)

See Also

RtlDeleteElementGenericTable

RtlEnumerateGenericTable

RtlEnumerateGenericTableWithoutSplaying

RtlGetElementGenericTable

RtlInitializeGenericTable

RtlInsertElementGenericTable

RtlInsertElementGenericTableFull

RtlIsGenericTableEmpty

RtlLookupElementGenericTable

RtlLookupElementGenericTableFull

RtlNumberGenericTableElements