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RpcServerInqBindings function

The RpcServerInqBindings function returns the binding handles over which remote procedure calls can be received.

Syntax


RPC_STATUS RPC_ENTRY RpcServerInqBindings(
   RPC_BINDING_VECTOR **BindingVector
);

Parameters

BindingVector

Returns a pointer to a pointer to a vector of server binding handles.

Return value

ValueMeaning
RPC_S_OK

The call succeeded.

RPC_S_NO_BINDINGS

There are no bindings.

 

Note  For a list of valid error codes, see RPC Return Values.

Remarks

A server application calls RpcServerInqBindings to obtain a vector of server binding handles. The RPC run-time library creates binding handles when a server application calls the following functions to register protocol sequences:

The returned binding vector can contain binding handles with dynamic endpoints or binding handles with well-known endpoints, depending on which of the above functions the server application called.

A server uses the vector of binding handles for exporting to the name service, for registering with the local endpoint-map database, or for conversion to string bindings. If there are no binding handles (no registered protocol sequences), this routine returns the RPC_S_NO_BINDINGS status code and a BindingVector parameter value of NULL. The server is responsible for calling the RpcBindingVectorFree function to release the memory used by the vector.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]

Header

Rpcdce.h (include Rpc.h)

Library

Rpcrt4.lib

DLL

Rpcrt4.dll

See also

RpcBindingVectorFree
RpcEpRegister
RpcEpRegisterNoReplace
RpcNsBindingExport
RpcServerUseAllProtseqs
RpcServerUseAllProtseqsIf
RpcServerUseProtseq
RpcServerUseProtseqEp
RpcServerUseProtseqIf

 

 

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