Event Object Signaling

WSPEventSelect behaves exactly like WSPAsyncSelect except that, rather than cause a Windows message to be sent upon the occurrence of any nominated FD_XXX network event (for example, FD_READ, FD_WRITE, etc.), a designated event object is set.

Also, the fact that a particular FD_XXX network event has occurred is remembered by the service provider. This is needed since the occurrence of any and all nominated network events will result in a single event object becoming signaled. A call to WSPEnumNetworkEvents causes the current contents of the network event memory to be copied to a client-supplied buffer and the network event memory to be cleared. The client may also designate a particular event object to be cleared atomically along with the network event memory.