Returns the logical palette that the object will use for drawing in its IViewObject::Draw method with the corresponding parameters.
HRESULT GetColorSet( DWORD dwDrawAspect, LONG lindex, void *pvAspect, DVTARGETDEVICE *ptd, HDC hicTargetDev, LOGPALETTE **ppColorSet );
Specifies how the object is to be represented. Representations include content, an icon, a thumbnail, or a printed document. Valid values are taken from the enumeration DVASPECT. See the DVASPECT enumeration for more information.
Portion of the object that is of interest for the draw operation. Its interpretation varies with dwDrawAspect. See the DVASPECT enumeration for more information.
Pointer to additional information about the view of the object specified in dwDrawAspect. Since none of the current aspects support additional information, pvAspect must always be NULL.
Pointer to the DVTARGETDEVICE structure that describes the device for which the object is to be rendered. If NULL, the view should be rendered for the default target device (typically the display). A value other than NULL is interpreted in conjunction with hicTargetDev and hdcDraw. For example, if hdcDraw specifies a printer as the device context, ptd points to a structure describing that printer device. The data may actually be printed if hicTargetDev is a valid value or it may be displayed in print preview mode if hicTargetDev is NULL.
Information context for the target device indicated by the ptd parameter from which the object can extract device metrics and test the device's capabilities. If ptd is NULL, the object should ignore the hicTargetDev parameter.
Address of LOGPALETTE pointer variable that receives a pointer to the LOGPALETTE structure. The LOGPALETTE structure contains the set of colors that would be used if IViewObject::Draw were called with the same parameters for dwAspect, lindex, pvAspect, ptd, and hicTargetDev. If ppColorSet is NULL, the object does not use a palette.
This method returns S_OK on success. Other possible return values include the following.
||Set of colors is empty or the object will not give out the information.|
||No presentation data for object.|
||Invalid value for lindex; currently only -1 is supported.|
||Invalid value for dwAspect.|
||One or more of the supplied parameter values is invalid.|
||Insufficient memory available for this operation.|
The IViewObject::GetColorSet method recursively queries any nested objects and returns a color set that represents the union of all colors requested. The color set eventually percolates to the top-level container that owns the window frame. This container can call IViewObject::GetColorSet on each of its embedded objects to obtain all the colors needed to draw the embedded objects. The container can use the color sets obtained in conjunction with other colors it needs for itself to set the overall color palette.
The OLE-provided implementation of IViewObject::GetColorSet looks at the data it has on hand to draw the picture. If CF_DIB is the drawing format, the palette found in the bitmap is used. For a regular bitmap, no color information is returned. If the drawing format is a metafile, the object handler enumerates the metafile looking for a CreatePalette metafile record. If one is found, the handler uses it as the color set.
|Minimum supported client||Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]|