Retrieves the size of one or more property values in the event data.
TDHSTATUS TdhGetPropertySize( PEVENT_RECORD pEvent, ULONG TdhContextCount, PTDH_CONTEXT pTdhContext, ULONG PropertyDataCount, PPROPERTY_DATA_DESCRIPTOR pPropertyData, ULONG *pPropertySize );
Number of elements in pTdhContext.
Array of context values for WPP or classic ETW events only, otherwise, NULL. For details, see the TDH_CONTEXT structure. The array must not contain duplicate context types.
Number of data descriptor structures in pPropertyData.
Array of PROPERTY_DATA_DESCRIPTOR structures that define the property whose size you want to retrieve.
You can pass this same array to the TdhGetProperty function to retrieve the property data.
If you are retrieving the size of a property that is not a member of a structure, you can specify a single data descriptor. If you are retrieving the size of a property that is a member of a structure, specify an array of two data descriptors (structures cannot contain or reference other structures). For more information on specifying this parameter, see the example code below.
Size of the property, in bytes. Use this value to allocate the buffer passed in the pBuffer parameter of the TdhGetProperty function.
Returns ERROR_SUCCESS if successful. Otherwise, this function returns one of the following return codes in addition to others.
The schema for the event was not found or the specified map was not found.
If you used a MOF class to define your event, TDH looks for the schema in the WMI repository. If you used a manifest to define your event, TDH looks in the provider's resources. If you use a manifest, the resourceFileName attribute of the provider element defines the location where TDH expects to find the resources.
||One or more of the parameters is not valid.|
||The resourceFileName attribute in the manifest contains the location of the provider binary. When you register the manifest, the location is written to the registry. TDH was unable to find the binary based on the registered location.|
||The WMI service is not available.|
If the event is a WPP or classic ETW event, you can specify context information that is used to help parse the event information. The event is a WPP event if the EVENT_HEADER_FLAG_TRACE_MESSAGE flag is set in the Flags member of EVENT_HEADER (see the EventHeader member of EVENT_RECORD). The event is a legacy ETW event if the EVENT_HEADER_FLAG_CLASSIC_HEADER flag is set.
For an example that shows how to call this function, see Using TdhGetProperty to Consume Event Data.
|Minimum supported client||Windows Vista [desktop apps only]|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]|