The code in this section shows how you can use methods and events from a user-mode KsProxy plug-in.
To learn how to support properties, methods, and events in your kernel-mode minidriver, see Defining Automation Tables.
After you have provided a minidriver that supports a given method, you can invoke that method by calling IKsControl::KsMethod from a user-mode plug-in, as shown in the following code example.
PVOID MethodBuffer; // Your method arguments buffer ULONG MethodBufferSize; // Your method buffer size KSMETHOD Method; ULONG BytesReturned; Method.Set = KSMETHODSETID_MyMethodSet; Method.Id = KSMETHOD_MyMethodId; Method.Flags = KSMETHOD_TYPE_SEND; HRESULT hr = pIKsControl -> KsMethod ( &Method, sizeof (Method), MethodBuffer, &MethodBufferSize, &BytesReturned);
In the automation tables you provide in kernel mode, you can use the Flags member of KSMETHOD_ITEM to specify whether the buffer is read/write and whether it should be mapped or copied.
To register for an event that you support in your minidriver, use the following user-mode code example.
HANDLE EventHandle; // Your event handle. KSEVENT Event; KSEVENTDATA EventData; Event.Set = KSEVENTSETID_MyEventSet; Event.Id = KSEVENT_MyEventId; Event.Flags = KSEVENT_TYPE_ENABLE; EventData.NotificationType = KSEVENTF_EVENT_HANDLE; EventData.EventHandle.Event = EventHandle; EventData.EventHandle.Reserved  = 0; EventData.EventHandle.Reserved  = 0; ULONG BytesReturned; HRESULT hr = pIKsControl -> KsEvent ( &Event, sizeof (Event), &EventData, sizeof (EventData), &BytesReturned);
In the above example, notification continues until the minidriver disables the event. To disable the event. call IKsControl::KsEvent. If you want to be notified only the first time this event happens, set KSEVENT_TYPE_ONESHOT in Event.Flags.
If you are supporting events with USB Video Class Extension Units, see Supporting Autoupdate Events with Extension Units.