The RpcCancelThreadEx function stops the execution of a thread. The RpcCancelThreadEx function should not be used to stop the execution of an asynchronous RPC call; instead, use the RpcAsyncCancelCall function to stop the execution of an asynchronous RPC call.
RPC_STATUS RpcCancelThreadEx( void *Thread, long Timeout );
Handle of the thread to cancel.
Number of seconds to wait for the thread to be canceled before this function returns. To specify that a client waits an indefinite amount of time, pass the value RPC_C_CANCEL_INFINITE_TIMEOUT.
||The call succeeded.|
||Thread handle does not have privilege. Thread handles must have THREAD_SET_CONTEXT set properly for the function to execute properly.|
||Called by an MS-DOS or Windows 3.x client.|
The RpcCancelThreadEx function allows one client thread to cancel an RPC in progress on another client thread. When the function is called, the server run-time is informed of the cancel operation. The server stub can determine if the call has been canceled by calling RpcTestCancel. If the call has been canceled, the server stub should clean up and return control to the client.
Using the Timeout parameter, your application can specify the number of seconds to wait for a response. If the server does not return within this interval, the call fails at the client with an RPC_S_CALL_CANCELLED exception. The server stub continues to execute.
If you are using the named pipes protocol, ncacn_np, you must specify a finite time-out.
|Minimum supported client||Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]|
|Header||rpcdce.h (include Rpc.h)|