Notifies the client about the callback methods that it is registered to receive. This notification is a response to the flags the client requested in the RegisterBindStatusCallback function.
- dwReserved [in]
Reserved. Must be set to 0.
- pib [in]
Returns S_OK if successful, or E_INVALIDARG if the pib parameter is invalid.
In the call to this method, the moniker also provides the client with a pointer to the IBinding interface for the binding object associated with the current bind operation. The client can use the IBinding interface to control the progress of the bind operation.
To keep a reference to the binding object, the client must store the pointer to the IBinding interface and call AddRef on it. When the client no longer requires the reference, it must call Release on it. Note that calling Release does not cancel the bind operation; it frees the reference to the IBinding interface sent in the callback.
Client applications that implement the IBindStatusCallback interface can return E_NOTIMPL or S_OK, if they don't want to receive this notification.
The Abort method does not work properly in an implementation of IBindStatusCallback::OnStartBinding. To abort the binding, IBindStatusCallback::OnStartBinding should return E_FAIL.
Minimum supported client
Minimum supported server
|Windows Server 2003|
|Internet Explorer 4.0|
Build date: 11/17/2013