IDsDisplaySpecifier::GetIcon method (dsclient.h)

The IDsDisplaySpecifier::GetIcon method obtains the icon for a given object class.

Syntax

HICON GetIcon(
  LPCWSTR pszObjectClass,
  DWORD   dwFlags,
  INT     cxIcon,
  INT     cyIcon
);

Parameters

pszObjectClass

Pointer to a null-terminated Unicode string that contains the name of the object class to obtain the icon for. Examples of the object class name are "user" and "container".

dwFlags

Contains a set of flags that indicate the type of icon to retrieve. This can be a combination of one or more of the following values.

DSGIF_ISNORMAL

Obtains the normal icon for the object class.

DSGIF_ISOPEN

Obtains the open icon, such as an open folder, for the object class. If the object class does not have an open icon, this method attempts to obtain the normal icon for the object class.

DSGIF_ISDISABLED

Obtains the disabled icon, such as a disabled user, for the object class. If the object class does not have a disabled icon, this method attempts to obtain the normal icon for the object class.

DSGIF_ISMASK

Used to mask off the DSGIF_ISNORMAL, DSGIF_ISOPEN and DSGIF_ISDISABLED flags.

DSGIF_GETDEFAULTICON

If no icon can be found for the object class, this method returns a default icon. If this flag is not specified and no icon can be found for the object class, this method returns NULL.

DSGIF_DEFAULTISCONTAINER

If no icon can be found for the object class, this method will return the container icon as the default icon. If this flag is not specified and no icon can be found for the object class, this method returns NULL.

cxIcon

Contains the desired width, in pixels, of the icon. This method obtains the icon that most closely matches this width.

cyIcon

Contains the desired height, in pixels, of the icon. This method obtains the icon that most closely matches this height.

Return value

Returns a handle to the icon, if successful, or NULL otherwise. The caller must destroy this icon when it is no longer required by passing this handle to DestroyIcon.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows Vista
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2008
Target Platform Windows
Header dsclient.h
DLL Dsadmin.dll

See also

DestroyIcon

Display Interfaces in Active Directory Domain Services

IDsDisplaySpecifier