IFunctionDiscoveryNotification::OnEvent method

[Function Discovery is available for use in the operating systems specified in the Requirements section. It may be altered or unavailable in subsequent versions.]

Receives any add, remove, or update events during a notification.

Syntax

HRESULT OnEvent(
  DWORD          dwEventID,
  FDQUERYCONTEXT fdqcQueryContext,
  const WCHAR    *pszProvider
);

Parameters

dwEventID

The type of event.

Value Meaning
FD_EVENTID_SEARCHCOMPLETE
1000
The search was completed by a provider. Typically, this notification is sent by network protocol providers where the protocol specifies a defined interval in which search results will be accepted. Both the WSD and SSDP providers use this event type.

Once this notification is sent, a query ignores all incoming responses to the initial search or probe request. However, the query will still monitor for Hello or Bye messages (used to indicate when a device is added or removed). The query will continue to monitor for these events until Release is called on the query object.

This notification will not be sent if a catastrophic error occurs.

For information about how this event is implemented or used by a specific provider, follow the link to the provider documentation from the Built-in Providers topic.

FD_EVENTID_ASYNCTHREADEXIT
1001
Not used by Function Discovery clients.
FD_EVENTID_SEARCHSTART
1002
Not used by Function Discovery clients.
FD_EVENTID_IPADDRESSCHANGE
1003
The IP address of the NIC changed. The WSD provider implements this notification. Events may be sent when a power event occurs (for example, when machine wakes from sleep) or when roaming with a laptop.
Note  This value is not available for use on Windows Vista. It is available on Windows Vista with SP1, Windows Server 2008, and subsequent versions of the operating system.
 

fdqcQueryContext

The context registered for change notification. The type FDQUERYCONTEXT is defined as a DWORDLONG. This parameter can be NULL.

pszProvider

The name of the provider.

Return Value

The client program's implementation of the OnEvent method should return one of the following HRESULT values to the caller.

Return code Description
S_OK
The method completed successfully.
E_INVALIDARG
The value of one of the input parameters is invalid.

Remarks

Function Discovery providers (SSDP and WSD) use this method to implement notifications that a search pass is complete.

Do not call Release on the query object from this method. Doing so could cause a deadlock. If Release is called on a query object from another thread while a callback is in process, the object will not be released until the callback has finished.

All notifications passed to Function Discovery by providers are queued and returned to the client one by one. Callbacks are synchronized so that a client will only receive one notification at a time.

Because other IFunctionDiscoveryNotification method calls may be made in other threads, any changes made to the thread state during the call must be restored before exiting the method.

Examples

The following example shows an OnEvent handler implementation. The CMyNotificationListener class is defined in the IFunctionDiscoveryNotification topic.

C++
#include 

HRESULT CMyNotificationListener::OnEvent( IN DWORD dwEventID, IN FDQUERYCONTEXT fdqcQueryContext, IN const WCHAR * pszProvider ) { HRESULT hr = S_OK; HANDLE hSearchComplete = INVALID_HANDLE_VALUE; hSearchComplete = OpenEventW( EVENT_ALL_ACCESS, FALSE, L"SearchComplete" );

if( NULL == hSearchComplete )
{
    return hr;
}

if( FD_EVENTID_SEARCHCOMPLETE == dwEventID )
{
    SetEvent( hSearchComplete );
}

CloseHandle( hSearchComplete );

return hr;

}

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows Vista [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]
Target Platform Windows
Header functiondiscoveryapi.h

See Also

IFunctionDiscoveryNotification