The RpcNsBindingUnexport function removes the binding handles for an interface and objects from an entry in the name-service database.
RPC_STATUS RpcNsBindingUnexportA( unsigned long EntryNameSyntax, RPC_CSTR EntryName, RPC_IF_HANDLE IfSpec, UUID_VECTOR *ObjectUuidVec );
Syntax of EntryName.
To use the syntax specified in the registry value entry HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Rpc\NameService\DefaultSyntax, provide a value of RPC_C_NS_SYNTAX_DEFAULT.
Pointer to the entry name from which to remove binding handles and object UUIDs.
Interface specification for the binding handles to be removed from the name service database. A null parameter value indicates not to unexport any binding handles (only object UUIDs are to be unexported).
Pointer to a vector of object UUIDs that the server no longer wants to offer. The application constructs this vector. A null value indicates there are no object UUIDs to unexport (only binding handles are to be unexported).
||The call succeeded.|
||The version option is invalid.|
||The name syntax is invalid.|
||The name syntax is unsupported.|
||The name is incomplete.|
||The name-service entry was not found.|
||The name service is unavailable.|
||The interface was not found.|
||Not all objects unexported.|
The RpcNsBindingUnexport function allows a server application to remove the binding handles and object UUIDs of resources from a name service database entry. A server application can unexport the specified interface and objects in a single call to RpcNsBindingUnexport, or it can unexport them separately. Only the binding handles that match the interface UUID and the major and minor interface version numbers found in the IfSpec parameter are unexported. Use the RpcNsMgmtBindingUnexport function to remove multiple versions of an interface.
Effective with Windows 2000, the RPC run-time environment uses the Active Directory as its name-service database. This means that an authorized unexported entries will be removed both from the local cache and from the Active Directory. Unauthorized unexports will only be removed from the local cache. See Access Control in the Security section of the Platform Software Development Kit (SDK) for more information on authorization and Access Control Lists.
If RpcNsBindingUnexport does not find any binding handles for the specified interface, the function returns an RPC_S_INTERFACE_NOT_FOUND status code and does not unexport the object UUIDs, if any were specified.
If one or more binding handles for the specified interface are found and unexported without error, RpcNsBindingUnexport unexports the specified object UUIDs, if any.
If any of the specified object UUIDs were not found, RpcNsBindingUnexport returns the RPC_S_NOT_ALL_OBJS_UNEXPORTED status code.
In addition to calling RpcNsBindingUnexport, a server should also call the RpcEpUnregister function to unregister the endpoints the server previously registered with the local endpoint-map database.
Once created, a server entry persists, even when all of the binding handles and UUIDs are removed. A server entry must have at least one binding handle to exist. As a result, exporting only UUIDs to a nonexisting entry has no effect, and unexporting all binding handles deletes the entry.
Use RpcNsBindingUnexport judiciously. To keep an automatically activated server available, you must leave its binding handles in the name-service database between the times when server processes are activated. However, with dynamic bindings, if you do not unexport binding handles, the Active Directory can become so large as to be unmanageable.
Therefore, before you call this function, keep in mind how long you expect the server to be unavailable, and the type of binding in use. If you are using static bindings, reserve this function for when you expect a server to be unavailable for an extended time—for example, when it is being permanently removed from service.
|Minimum supported client||Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]|
|Header||rpcnsi.h (include Rpc.h)|