The SetCurrentThreadId method makes the specified thread the current thread.
- Id [in]
Specifies the engine thread ID of the thread that is to become the current thread.
This method may also return other error values. See Return Values for more details.
The method was successful.
No thread with the specified ID was found.
This method may also change the current process, current target, and current computer.
If the thread is changed, the callback IDebugEventCallbacks::ChangeEngineState will be called with the DEBUG_CES_CURRENT_THREAD bit set.
Note In kernel-mode debugging, the current thread is a virtual thread, it is not a system thread. This method cannot be used to change between system threads in kernel-mode debugging. However, the implicit thread may be changed by using SetImplicitThreadDataOffset.