IMbnDeviceService::SetCommand method (mbnapi.h)
Starting in Windows 10, version 1803, the Win32 APIs described in this section are replaced by the Windows Runtime APIs in the Windows.Networking.Connectivity namespace.
Sends a SET control command to the device service of a Mobile Broadband device.
HRESULT SetCommand( [in] ULONG commandID, [in] SAFEARRAY *deviceServiceData, [out] ULONG *requestID );
An identifier for the command.
A byte array that is passed in to the device.
A unique request ID assigned by the Mobile Broadband service to identify this request.
The method can return one of the following values.
||The method completed successfully.|
||This device service command is not allowed for calling process privileges.|
||An error was encountered when executing this method.|
SetCommand exists to implement vendor-specific device service functionality which is not otherwise covered in the Mobile Broadband API. A command session on a device service must be opened before the application can call SetCommand.
The Mobile Broadband service will issue a SET request to the device. deviceServiceData will be copied byte-by-byte into the data buffer passed in to the request. This data buffer must be less than MaxCommandSize bytes.
This is an asynchronous operation and SetCommand will return immediately. On completion of the operation, the Mobile Broadband service will call the OnSetCommandComplete method of the IMbnDeviceServicesEvents interface.
|Minimum supported client||Windows 8 [desktop apps | UWP apps]|
|Minimum supported server||None supported|