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2.2.2.8 CLUSTER_REG_BATCH_COMMAND

The CLUSTER_REG_BATCH_COMMAND enumeration defines the possible values that are specified in a cluster registry batch update command block. The following table specifies valid constant values for CLUSTER_REG_BATCH_COMMAND. All other values are reserved.

typedef  enum 
{
  CLUSREG_SET_VALUE = 1,
  CLUSREG_CREATE_KEY = 2,
  CLUSREG_DELETE_KEY = 3,
  CLUSREG_DELETE_VALUE = 4,
  CLUSREG_VALUE_DELETED = 6,
  CLUSREG_READ_KEY = 7,
  CLUSREG_READ_VALUE = 8,
  CLUSREG_READ_ERROR = 9
} CLUSTER_REG_BATCH_COMMAND;

CLUSREG_SET_VALUE: Instructs the server to create a value with the name and data set to the respective values stored in the batch command data block.

CLUSREG_CREATE_KEY: Instructs the server to create a new subkey, or to open an existing subkey by using the name stored in the batch command data block.

CLUSREG_DELETE_KEY: Instructs the server to delete the subkey using the name stored in the batch command data block.

CLUSREG_DELETE_VALUE: Instructs the server to delete the value using the name stored in the batch command data block.

CLUSREG_VALUE_DELETED: Indicates that the named value has either been deleted from the registry or the value data has been changed. Returned only through a batch update notification port.

CLUSREG_READ_KEY: Instructs the server to execute future operations on a key, and indicates that the server has executed operations on a key.

CLUSREG_READ_VALUE: Instructs the server to read the specified value of the current key, and represents that the server has read a value.

CLUSREG_READ_ERROR: Indicates that a CLUSREG_READ_VALUE operation on the server has failed.

 
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