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CreateTable

Creates structures and an object handle for an ITableData object which can be used to create table contents.

Header file:

Mapiutil.h

Implemented by:

MAPI

Called by:

Client applications and service providers

SCODE CreateTable(
  LPCIID lpInterface,
  ALLOCATEBUFFER FAR * lpAllocateBuffer,
  ALLOCATEMORE FAR * lpAllocateMore,
  FREEBUFFER FAR * lpFreeBuffer,
  LPVOID lpvReserved,
  ULONG ulTableType,
  ULONG ulPropTagIndexColumn,
  LPSPropTagArray lpSPropTagArrayColumns,
  LPTABLEDATA FAR * lppTableData
);

Parameters

lpInterface

[in] Pointer to an interface identifier (IID) for the table data object. The valid interface identifier is IID_IMAPITableData. Passing NULL in the lpInterface parameter also causes the table data object returned in the lppTableData parameter to be cast to the standard interface for a table data object.

lpAllocateBuffer

[in] Pointer to the MAPIAllocateBuffer function, to be used to allocate memory.

lpAllocateMore

[in] Pointer to the MAPIAllocateMore function, to be used to allocate additional memory.

lpFreeBuffer

[in] Pointer to the MAPIFreeBuffer function, to be used to free memory.

lpvReserved

[in] Reserved; must be zero.

ulTableType

[in] A table type that is available to a client application or service provider as part of the IMAPITable::GetStatus return data on its table views. Possible values are:

TBLTYPE_DYNAMIC

The table's contents are dynamic and can change as the underlying data changes.

TBLTYPE_KEYSET

The rows in the table are fixed, but the values in these rows are dynamic and can change as the underlying data changes.

TBLTYPE_SNAPSHOT

The table is static and the contents do not change when the underlying data changes.

ulPropTagIndexColumn

[in] Index number of the column for use when changing table data.

lpSPropTagArrayColumns

[in] Pointer to an SPropTagArray structure that contains an array of property tags indicating the properties required in the table for which the object holds data.

lppTableData

[out] Pointer to a pointer to the returned table data object.

S_OK

The call succeeded and has returned the expected value or values.

The lpAllocateBuffer, lpAllocateMore, and lpFreeBuffer input parameters point to the MAPIAllocateBuffer, MAPIAllocateMore, and MAPIFreeBuffer functions, respectively. A client application calling CreateTable passes in pointers to the MAPI functions just named; a service provider passes the pointers to these functions that it received in its initialization call or retrieved with a call to the IMAPISupport::GetMemAllocRoutines method.

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