DEBUG_TYPED_DATA structure

The DEBUG_TYPED_DATA structure describes typed data in the memory of the target.

Syntax


typedef struct _DEBUG_TYPED_DATA {
  ULONG64 ModBase;
  ULONG64 Offset;
  ULONG64 EngineHandle;
  ULONG64 Data;
  ULONG   Size;
  ULONG   Flags;
  ULONG   TypeId;
  ULONG   BaseTypeId;
  ULONG   Tag;
  ULONG   Register;
  ULONG64 Internal[9];
}  DEBUG_TYPED_DATA, *PDEBUG_TYPED_DATA;

Members

ModBase

The base address of the module, in the target's virtual address space, that contains the typed data.

Offset

The location of the typed data in the target's memory. Offset is a virtual memory address unless there are flags present in Flags that specify that Offset is a physical memory address.

EngineHandle

Set to zero.

Data

The data cast to a ULONG64. If Flags does not contain the DEBUG_TYPED_DATA_IS_IN_MEMORY flag, the data is not available and Data is set to zero.

Size

The size, in bytes, of the data.

Flags

The flags describing the target's memory in which the data resides. The following bit flags can be set.

FlagDescription

DEBUG_TYPED_DATA_IS_IN_MEMORY

The data is in the target's memory and is available.

DEBUG_TYPED_DATA_PHYSICAL_DEFAULT

Offset is a physical memory address, and the physical memory at Offset uses the default memory caching.

DEBUG_TYPED_DATA_PHYSICAL_CACHED

Offset is a physical memory address, and the physical memory at Offset is cached.

DEBUG_TYPED_DATA_PHYSICAL_UNCACHED

Offset is a physical memory address, and the physical memory at Offset is uncached.

DEBUG_TYPED_DATA_PHYSICAL_WRITE_COMBINED

Offset is a physical memory address, and the physical memory at Offset is write-combined.

 

TypeId

The type ID for the data's type.

BaseTypeId

For generated types, the type ID of the type on which the data's type is based. For example, if the typed data represents a pointer (or an array), BaseTypeId is the type of the object pointed to (or held in the array).

For other types, BaseTypeId is the same as TypeId.

Tag

The symbol tag of the typed data. This is a value from the SymTagEnum enumeration. For descriptions of the values, see the DbgHelp API documentation.

Register

The index of the processor's register containing the data, or zero if the data is not contained in a register. (Note that the zero value can represent either that the data is not in a register or that it is in the register whose index is zero.)

Internal

Internal debugger engine data.

Remarks

Instances of this structure should be manipulated using the DEBUG_REQUEST_EXT_TYPED_DATA_ANSI Request operation. In particular, instances should be created and released using this method, and members of this structure should not be changed directly.

There is one exception to the preceding rule: the EXT_TDOP_SET_FROM_TYPE_ID_AND_U64 and EXT_TDOP_SET_PTR_FROM_TYPE_ID_AND_U64 suboperations take a DEBUG_TYPED_DATA instance that is not manipulated using the Request method. These suboperations take a manually created instance with some members manually filled in.

Note  Include WdbgExts.h before including DbgEng.h. Additionally, SymTagEnum is defined in DbgHelp.h (include DbgHelp.h).

Requirements

Header

WbgExts.h (include WdbgExts.h)

See also

DEBUG_REQUEST_EXT_TYPED_DATA_ANSI
Request

 

 

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