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The CreateIoQueue method configures the default I/O queue that is associated with a device or creates a secondary I/O queue for the device.
HRESULT CreateIoQueue( IUnknown *pCallbackInterface, BOOL bDefaultQueue, WDF_IO_QUEUE_DISPATCH_TYPE DispatchType, BOOL bPowerManaged, BOOL bAllowZeroLengthRequests, IWDFIoQueue **ppIoQueue );
A pointer to the IUnknown interface that the framework uses to determine the event callback functions that the driver subscribes to on the queue. These are the functions that the framework calls when the relevant events occur.
For UMDF versions 1.9 and later, this parameter is required for I/O queues that use the sequential or parallel dispatching method, and it is optional (can be NULL) for I/O queues that use the manual dispatching method. For UMDF versions earlier than 1.9, this parameter is required for all dispatching methods.
A BOOL value that specifies whether to configure the default I/O queue or create a secondary I/O queue for the device. TRUE indicates to configure the default I/O queue; FALSE indicates to create a secondary I/O queue.
A WDF_IO_QUEUE_DISPATCH_TYPE-typed value that identifies how the driver must receive requests from the I/O queue.
A BOOL value that specifies whether the I/O queue is power managed. TRUE indicates the framework automatically coordinates dispatching for the I/O queue with Plug and Play (PnP) and the power state of the device; FALSE indicates no automatically coordinated dispatching.
A BOOL value that specifies whether the framework puts zero-length I/O requests directly in the I/O queue for the driver to handle. TRUE indicates that the driver should receive read and write requests that have zero-length buffers--that is, the framework automatically puts these request types directly in the I/O queue for the driver. FALSE indicates that the framework completes zero-length I/O requests instead of putting them in the I/O queue.
A pointer to a variable that receives a pointer to the IWDFIoQueue interface for the newly created I/O queue object or the default I/O queue object.
CreateIoQueue returns one of the following values:
||The I/O queue was successfully created.|
The I/O queue is configured in one of the following ways:
CreateIoQueue might also return other HRESULT values.
The IUnknown interface that the driver supplies for the pCallbackInterface parameter can support several queue callback functions. The framework calls the QueryInterface method on the supplied IUnknown interface multiple times to retrieve the interface methods that the driver supports. When applications perform actions that are related to the methods of the supported interfaces (such as, an I/O read request), the framework calls the methods (such as, the IQueueCallbackRead::OnRead method) to notify the driver. The framework calls QueryInterface for the following interfaces:
When the driver passes either WdfIoQueueDispatchSequential or WdfIoQueueDispatchParallel for the DispatchType parameter of CreateIoQueue to create a nonmanual queue, CreateIoQueue can return S_OK only if the driver's queue callback object implements at least one of the preceding interfaces and indicates support of such interfaces through the IUnknown interface that pCallbackInterface points to.
When the driver passes WdfIoQueueDispatchManual for DispatchType to create a manual queue, CreateIoQueue can return S_OK only if the driver's queue callback object does not implement or indicate support of any of the preceding callback interfaces. For more information about the driver's callback objects, see Creating Callback Objects.
The framework also calls QueryInterface on the supplied IUnknown interface to determine if the driver supports any of the following interfaces:
The framework also calls QueryInterface on the supplied IUnknown interface to determine if the driver supports the IQueueCallbackStateChange interface. The driver's queue callback object can optionally implement and indicate support of IQueueCallbackStateChange only for a manual queue. The driver's queue callback object must not implement and indicate support of IQueueCallbackStateChange for a sequential or parallel queue.
For a code example of how to use the CreateIoQueue method, see IWDFDriver::CreateDevice.
|End of support||Unavailable in UMDF 2.0 and later.|
|Minimum UMDF version||1.5|
|Header||wudfddi.h (include Wudfddi.h)|