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NSPv2LookupServiceEnd function

The NSPv2LookupServiceEnd function is called to free the handle after previous calls to NSPv2LookupServiceBegin and NSPv2LookupServiceNextEx.

Syntax


int WSAAPI NSPv2LookupServiceEnd(
  _In_  HANDLE hLookup
);

Parameters

hLookup [in]

The handle obtained previously by a call to NSPv2LookupServiceBegin.

Return value

The function should return NO_ERROR (zero) if the routine succeeds. It should return SOCKET_ERROR (–1) if the routine fails and it must set the appropriate error code using WSASetLastError.

Error codeMeaning
WSA_INVALID_HANDLE

The handle is not valid.

WSA_NOT_ENOUGH_MEMORY

There is not enough memory available to perform this operation.

 

Remarks

The NSPv2LookupServiceEnd function is used as part of the namespace service provider version-2 (NSPv2) architecture available on Windows Vista and later.

On Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008, the NSPv2LookupServiceEnd function can only be used for operations on NS_EMAIL namespace providers.

It is possible to receive an NSPv2LookupServiceBegin function call on another thread while processing an NSPv2LookupServiceNextEx. This indicates that the client has canceled the request and the provider should close the handle and return from the NSPv2LookupServiceNextEx function call as well, setting the last error to WSA_E_CANCELLED.

In Windows Sockets 2, conflicting error codes are defined for WSAECANCELLED and WSA_E_CANCELLED. The error code WSAECANCELLED will be removed in a future version and only WSA_E_CANCELLED will remain. Namespace Providers should use the WSA_E_CANCELLED error code to maintain compatibility with the widest possible range of applications.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows Vista [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2008 [desktop apps only]

Header

Ws2spi.h

See also

NSPV2_ROUTINE
NSPv2Cleanup
NSPv2ClientSessionRundown
NSPv2LookupServiceBegin
NSPv2LookupServiceNextEx
NSPv2SetServiceEx
NSPv2Startup
WSAQUERYSET2
WSASetLastError

 

 

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