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WNODE_EVENT_REFERENCE structure

The WNODE_EVENT_REFERENCE structure contains information that WMI can use to query for an event that exceeds the event size limit set in the registry.

Syntax


typedef struct tagWNODE_EVENT_REFERENCE {
  struct _WNODE_HEADER  WnodeHeader;
  GUID                 TargetGuid;
  ULONG                TargetDataBlockSize;
  union {
    ULONG TargetInstanceIndex;
    WCHAR TargetInstanceName[];
  };
} WNODE_EVENT_REFERENCE, *PWNODE_EVENT_REFERENCE;

Members

WnodeHeader

Is a WNODE_HEADER structure that contains information common to all WNODE_XXX structures, such as the buffer size, the provider ID, the GUID that represents a data block associated with a request, and flags that provide information about the WNODE_XXX data being passed or returned.

TargetGuid

Indicates the GUID that represents the event to query.

TargetDataBlockSize

Indicates the size of the event.

TargetInstanceIndex

Indicates the index into the driver's list of static instance names for the event. This member is valid only if the event block was registered with static instance names and WNODE_FLAGS_STATIC_INSTANCE_NAMES is set in WnodeHeader.Flags.

TargetInstanceName

Indicates the dynamic instance name of the event as a counted Unicode string. This member is valid only if WNODE_FLAGS_STATIC_INSTANCE_NAMES is clear in WnodeHeader.Flags and the event block was registered with dynamic instance names.

Remarks

If the amount of data for an event exceeds the maximum size set in the registry, a driver can generate a WNODE_EVENT_REFERENCE that specifies a WNODE_EVENT_ITEM that WMI can query to obtain the event. For more information about defining and generating WMI events, see Implementing WMI.

The ProviderId member of the WNODE_HEADER structure for use in a WNODE_EVENT_REFERENCE structure should be initialized using IoWMIDeviceObjectToProviderId.

Requirements

Header

Wmistr.h (include Wmistr.h)

See also

WNODE_EVENT_ITEM
WNODE_HEADER
IoWMIDeviceObjectToProviderId

 

 

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