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SCF_NAVIGATION_EVENT Structure 

Occurs when the user navigates from a page to any other type of page, except for menu selections. It is identified by the enumeration value SCF_NAVIGATION_EVENT Structure, which is passed as the value of the in_dwEventId parameter of the ISideShowEvents::ApplicationEvent Method.

Event Parameters:

The following table describes the parameters associated with the SCF_NAVIGATION_EVENT Structure.

Parameter

Type

Description

PreviousPage

CONTENT_ID

The content identifier of the page on which the navigation was triggered.

TargetPage

CONTENT_ID

The content identifier of the page to which the user is navigating.

Button

UINT32

The enumeration value that represents the button that caused the navigation to occur.

C++ Parameter Structure:

The following C++ structure is defined in the file WindowsSideShow.h and shows how the parameters of the SCF_NAVIGATION_EVENT Structure are packaged to be passed to the ApplicationEvent method of the client-implemented ISideShowEvents interface. When this method is called, its in_pbEventData parameter points to a structure of the following form and its in_dwEventSize parameter is set to the size of this structure.

typedef struct tagSCF_NAVIGATION_EVENT
{
    CONTENT_ID  PreviousPage;
    CONTENT_ID  TargetPage;
    UINT32      Button;
} SCF_NAVIGATION_EVENT, *PSCF_NAVIGATION_EVENT;

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