OLEUIBUSYA structure (oledlg.h)

Contains information that the OLE User Interface Library uses to initialize the Busy dialog box, and space for the library to return information when the dialog box is dismissed.

Syntax

typedef struct tagOLEUIBUSYA {
  DWORD         cbStruct;
  DWORD         dwFlags;
  HWND          hWndOwner;
  LPCSTR        lpszCaption;
  LPFNOLEUIHOOK lpfnHook;
  LPARAM        lCustData;
  HINSTANCE     hInstance;
  LPCSTR        lpszTemplate;
  HRSRC         hResource;
  HTASK         hTask;
  HWND          *lphWndDialog;
} OLEUIBUSYA, *POLEUIBUSYA, *LPOLEUIBUSYA;

Members

cbStruct

The size of the structure, in bytes. This field must be filled on input.

dwFlags

On input, specifies the initialization and creation flags. On exit, it specifies the user's choices. It may be a combination of the following flags.

Value Meaning
BZ_DISABLECANCELBUTTON
This flag disables the Cancel button.
BZ_DISABLESWITCHTOBUTTON
Input only. This flag disables the Switch To... button.
BZ_DISABLERETRYBUTTON
Input only. This flag disables the Retry button.
BZ_NOTRESPONDINGDIALOG
Input only. This flag generates a Not Responding dialog box instead of a Busy dialog box. The text is slightly different, and the Cancel button is disabled.

hWndOwner

The window that owns the dialog box. This member should not be NULL.

lpszCaption

A pointer to a string to be used as the title of the dialog box. If NULL, then the library uses Busy.

lpfnHook

Pointer to a hook function that processes messages intended for the dialog box. The hook function must return zero to pass a message that it didn't process back to the dialog box procedure in the library. The hook function must return a nonzero value to prevent the library's dialog box procedure from processing a message it has already processed.

lCustData

Application-defined data that the library passes to the hook function pointed to by the lpfnHook member. The library passes a pointer to the OLEUIBUSY structure in the lParam parameter of the WM_INITDIALOG message; this pointer can be used to retrieve the lCustData member.

hInstance

Instance that contains a dialog box template specified by the lpTemplateName member.

lpszTemplate

Pointer to a null-terminated string that specifies the name of the resource file for the dialog box template that is to be substituted for the library's Busy dialog box template.

hResource

Customized template handle.

hTask

Input only. Handle to the task that is blocking.

lphWndDialog

Pointer to the dialog box's HWND.

Remarks

Note

The oledlg.h header defines OLEUIBUSY as an alias which automatically selects the ANSI or Unicode version of this function based on the definition of the UNICODE preprocessor constant. Mixing usage of the encoding-neutral alias with code that not encoding-neutral can lead to mismatches that result in compilation or runtime errors. For more information, see Conventions for Function Prototypes.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]
Minimum supported server Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]
Header oledlg.h

See also

OleUIBusy