The SetupDiGetINFClass function returns the class of a specified device INF file.
BOOL SetupDiGetINFClass( _In_ PCTSTR InfName, _Out_ LPGUID ClassGuid, _Out_ PTSTR ClassName, _In_ DWORD ClassNameSize, _Out_opt_ PDWORD RequiredSize );
- InfName [in]
A pointer to a NULL-terminated string that supplies the name of a device INF file. This name can include a path. However, if just the file name is specified, the file is searched for in each directory that is listed in the DevicePath entry under the HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion subkey of the registry. The maximum length in characters, including a NULL terminator, of a NULL-terminated INF file name is MAX_PATH.
- ClassGuid [out]
A pointer to a variable of type GUID that receives the class GUID for the specified INF file. If the INF file does not specify a class name, the function returns a GUID_NULL structure. Call SetupDiClassGuidsFromName to determine whether one or more classes with this name are already installed.
- ClassName [out]
A pointer to a buffer that receives a NULL-terminated string that contains the name of the class for the specified INF file. If the INF file does not specify a class name but does specify a GUID, this buffer receives the name that is retrieved by calling SetupDiClassNameFromGuid. However, if SetupDiClassNameFromGuid cannot retrieve a class name (for example, the class is not installed), it returns an empty string.
- ClassNameSize [in]
The size, in characters, of the buffer that is pointed to by the ClassName parameter. The maximum length of a NULL-terminated class name, in characters, is MAX_CLASS_NAME_LEN.
- RequiredSize [out, optional]
A pointer to a DWORD-typed variable that receives the number of characters that are required to store the class name, including a terminating NULL. This pointer is optional and can be NULL.
The function returns TRUE if it is successful. Otherwise, it returns FALSE and the logged error can be retrieved with a call to GetLastError.
Do not use this function with INF files for Windows 9x or Millennium Edition.
|Available in Microsoft Windows 2000 and later versions of Windows.|
Build date: 2/13/2014