PSTARTUP_ROUTINE callback function (resapi.h)

Loads a resource DLL, returning a structure containing a function table and a version number. The PSTARTUP_ROUTINE type defines a pointer to this function.

Syntax

PSTARTUP_ROUTINE PstartupRoutine;

DWORD PstartupRoutine(
  LPCWSTR ResourceType,
  DWORD MinVersionSupported,
  DWORD MaxVersionSupported,
  PSET_RESOURCE_STATUS_ROUTINE SetResourceStatus,
  PLOG_EVENT_ROUTINE LogEvent,
  PCLRES_FUNCTION_TABLE *FunctionTable
)
{...}

Parameters

ResourceType

Type of resource being started.

MinVersionSupported

Minimum version of the Resource API supported by the Cluster service.

MaxVersionSupported

Maximum version of the Resource API supported by the Cluster service.

SetResourceStatus

Pointer to a callback function that the resource DLL should call to update its status after returning ERROR_IO_PENDING from Online or Offline. For more information see SetResourceStatus.

LogEvent

Pointer to a callback function that the resource DLL should call to report events for the resource. For more information see LogEvent.

FunctionTable

Pointer to a CLRES_FUNCTION_TABLE structure that describes the Resource API version and the specific names for the entry points.

Return value

Return code/value Description
ERROR_SUCCESS
0
The request was successful.
ERROR_REVISION_MISMATCH
1306 (0x51A)
The resource DLL does not support a version that falls in the range identified by the MinVersionSupported and MaxVersionSupported parameters.
 

If the operation was not successful, Startup should return one of the system error codes.

Remarks

The Startup entry-point function returns a function table that describes both the supported interface version of the Resource API and the entry points for all other functions required by the supported version of the Resource API.

At present, only Resource API version 1.0 is supported.

If your resource supports more than one version of the Resource API, return a function table for the latest version. The version number should be less than or equal to the MaxVersionSupported parameter. If the version of the function table pointed to by the FunctionTable parameter is not within range, your resource cannot be loaded successfully.

For more information see Implementing Startup.

Examples

See Implementing Startup.

Requirements

   
Minimum supported client None supported
Minimum supported server Windows Server 2008 Enterprise, Windows Server 2008 Datacenter
Target Platform Windows
Header resapi.h

See also

Resource DLL Entry-Point Functions