The UUID structure defines a Universally Unique Identifier (UUID). A UUID provides a unique designation of an object such as an interface, a manager entry-point vector, or a client object.
The UUID structure is a
typedef'd synonym for the GUID structure.
typedef GUID UUID;
The RPC run-time libraries use UUIDs to check for compatibility between clients and servers, and to select among multiple implementations of an interface.
|Header||Defined in rpcdce.h; include rpc.h|