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NdrClientCall function

The NdrClientCall function is the client-side entry point for the /Oicf mode stub.

Syntax


CLIENT_CALL_RETURN RPC_VAR_ENTRY NdrClientCall(
  _In_    PMIDL_STUB_DESC pStubDescriptor,
  _In_    PFORMAT_STRING  pFormat,
  _Inout_                 ...
);

Parameters

pStubDescriptor [in]

Pointer to the MIDL-generated MIDL_STUB_DESC structure that contains information about the description of the remote interface.

pFormat [in]

Pointer to the MIDL-generated procedure format string that describes the method and parameters.

... [in, out]

Pointer to the client-side calling stack.

Return value

Return value of the remote call. The maximum size of a return value is equivalent to the register size of the system. MIDL switches to the /Os mode stub if the return value size is larger than the register size.

Depending on the method definition, this function can throw an exception if there is a network or server failure.

Remarks

The NdrClientCall function is used by the /Oicf /robust client-side stub. The /Oi and /Oic client-side stubs are obsolete as of MIDL version 6.0.359 and should not be used. The NdrClientCall function transmits all [in] data to the remote server, and upon receipt of the response packet, returns the [out] value to the client-side application.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps | Windows Store apps]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps | Windows Store apps]

Header

Rpcndr.h (include Rpc.h)

Library

RpcRT4.lib

DLL

RpcRT4.dll

See also

/Oicf
/robust

 

 

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