The FDICopy function extracts files from cabinets.
BOOL DIAMONDAPI FDICopy( HFDI hfdi, LPSTR pszCabinet, LPSTR pszCabPath, int flags, PFNFDINOTIFY pfnfdin, PFNFDIDECRYPT pfnfdid, void *pvUser );
A valid FDI context handle returned by the FDICreate function.
The name of the cabinet file, excluding any path information, from which to extract files. If a file is split over multiple cabinets, FDICopy allows for subsequent cabinets to be opened.
The pathname of the cabinet file, but not including the name of the file itself. For example, "C:\MyCabs".
The contents of pszCabinet are appended to pszCabPath to create the full pathname of the cabinet.
No flags are currently defined and this parameter should be set to zero.
Pointer to an application-defined callback notification function to update the application on the status of the decoder. The function should be declared using the FNFDINOTIFY macro.
Not currently used by FDI. This parameter should be set to NULL.
Pointer to an application-specified value to pass to the notification function.
If the function succeeds, it returns TRUE; otherwise, FALSE.
Extended error information is provided in the ERF structure used to create the FDI context.
|Windows version||Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps | UWP apps] Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps | UWP apps]|