CoGetObject function

Converts a display name into a moniker that identifies the object named, and then binds to the object identified by the moniker.

Syntax

HRESULT CoGetObject(
  LPCWSTR   pszName,
  BIND_OPTS *pBindOptions,
  REFIID    riid,
  void      **ppv
);

Parameters

pszName

The display name of the object to be created.

pBindOptions

The binding options used to create a moniker that creates the actual object. For details, see BIND_OPTS. This parameter can be NULL.

riid

A reference to the identifier of an interface that is implemented on the object to be created.

ppv

The address of a pointer to the interface specified by riid on the object that is created.

Return Value

This function can return the standard return values E_FAIL, E_OUTOFMEMORY, and E_UNEXPECTED, as well as the following values.

Return code Description
S_OK
The object was created successfully.
MK_E_SYNTAX
The pszName parameter is not a properly formed display name.
MK_E_NOOBJECT
The object identified by this moniker, or some object identified by the composite moniker of which this moniker is a part, could not be found.
MK_E_EXCEEDEDDEADLINE
The binding operation could not be completed within the time limit specified by the BIND_OPTS structure passed in pBindOptions.
MK_E_CONNECTMANUALLY
The binding operation requires assistance from the end user. The most common reasons for returning this value are that a password is needed or that a floppy needs to be mounted.
MK_E_INTERMEDIATEINTERFACENOTSUPPORTED
An intermediate object was found but it did not support an interface required to complete the binding operation. For example, an item moniker returns this value if its container does not support the IOleItemContainer interface.

Remarks

CoGetObject encapsulates calls to the COM library functions CreateBindCtx, MkParseDisplayName, and IMoniker::BindToObject.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps | UWP apps]
Minimum supported server Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps | UWP apps]
Target Platform Windows
Header objbase.h
Library Ole32.lib
DLL Ole32.dll

See Also

BIND_OPTS