WinUsb_Initialize function (winusb.h)
The WinUsb_Initialize function creates a WinUSB handle for the device specified by a file handle.
BOOL WinUsb_Initialize( [in] HANDLE DeviceHandle, [out] PWINUSB_INTERFACE_HANDLE InterfaceHandle );
The handle to the device that CreateFile returned. WinUSB uses overlapped I/O, so FILE_FLAG_OVERLAPPED must be specified in the dwFlagsAndAttributes parameter of CreateFile call for DeviceHandle to have the characteristics necessary for WinUsb_Initialize to function properly.
Receives an opaque handle to the first (default) interface on the device. This handle is required by other WinUSB routines that perform operations on the default interface. To release the handle, call the WinUSB_Free function.
WinUsb_Initialize returns TRUE if the operation succeeds. Otherwise, this routine returns FALSE, and the caller can retrieve the logged error by calling GetLastError.
GetLastError can return the following error code.
||The caller passed NULL or an invalid handle in the DeviceHandle parameter; FILE_FLAG_OVERLAPPED was not set in the file handle.|
||Indicates that there is insufficient memory to perform the operation.|
||Indicates that the default interface descriptor could not be found for the device.|
When WinUsb_Initialize is called, the policy settings of the interface are reset to the default values.
The WinUsb_Initialize call queries the underlying USB stack for various descriptors and allocates enough memory to store the retrieved descriptor data.
WinUsb_Initialize first retrieves the device descriptor and then gets the associated configuration descriptor. From the configuration descriptor, the call derives the associated interface descriptors and stores them in an array. The interfaces in the array are identified by zero-based indexes. An index value of 0 indicates the first interface (the default interface), a value of 1 indicates the second associated interface, and so on. WinUsb_Initialize parses the default interface descriptor for the endpoint descriptors and caches information such as the associated pipes or state specific data. The handle received in the InterfaceHandle parameter is a pointer to the memory block allocated for the first interface in the array.
If an application wants to use another interface on the device, it must call WinUsb_GetAssociatedInterface, specify the index of the interface, and retrieve a handle to the memory block allocated for the specified interface.
|Header||winusb.h (include Winusb.h)|