SNMP Utility API Functions

Windows CE 3.0

The SNMP Utility API functions simplify manipulation of SNMP data structures and provide functionality that is useful during the development of SNMP applications. The following table shows the SNMP Utility API functions that are supported by Windows CE.

Function Description
SnmpSvcGetUptime Retrieves the number of centiseconds that the SNMP service has been running.
SnmpSvcSetLogLevel Adjusts the level of detail of the debugging output from the SNMP service and from SNMP extension agents by using the SnmpUtilDbgPrint function.
SnmpSvcSetLogType Adjusts the destination for the debugging output from the SNMP service and from SNMP extension agents by using the SnmpUtilDbgPrint function.
SnmpUtilAsnAnyCpy Copies to the pAnyDst parameter the variable that is pointed to by the pAnySrc parameter. The function allocates any necessary memory for the destination's copy.
SnmpUtilAsnAnyFree Frees the memory that is allocated for an AsnAny structure.
SnmpUtilDbgPrint Enables debugging output from the SNMP service.
SnmpUtilIdsToA Converts an OID into a single byte null-terminated ASCII string.
SnmpUtilIdsToW Converts an OID into a double byte null-terminated Unicode string.
SnmpUtilMemAlloc Allocates dynamic memory from the process heap.
SnmpUtilMemFree Frees the memory object that is specified.
SnmpUtilMemReAlloc Changes the size of the memory object that is specified.
SnmpUtilOctetsCmp Compares two octet strings.
SnmpUtilOctetsCpy Copies the variable that is pointed to by the pOctetsSrc parameter to the variable that is pointed to by the pOctetsDst parameter. The function allocates any necessary memory for the destination's copy.
SnmpUtilOctetsFree Frees the memory that is allocated for the octet string that is specified.
SnmpUtilOctetsNCmp Compares two octet strings. The function compares the subidentifiers in the strings until it reaches the number of subidentifiers that are specified by the nChars parameter.
SnmpUtilOidAppend Appends the source OID to the destination OID.
SnmpUtilOidCmp Compares two OIDs.
SnmpUtilOidCpy Copies to the pOidDst parameter the variable that is pointed to by the pOidSrc parameter and allocates any necessary memory for the destination's copy.
SnmpUtilOidFree Frees the memory that is allocated for an OID.
SnmpUtilOidNCmp Compares two OIDs. The function compares the subidentifiers in the variables until it reaches the number of subidentifiers that are specified by the nSubIds parameter.
SnmpUtilOidToA Converts an OID into a single byte null-terminated ASCII string.
SnmpUtilOidToW Converts an OID into a double byte null-terminated Unicode string.
SnmpUtilPrintToStrAsnAny Prints the value of the Any parameter to the standard output. Developers can choose which output the string should be printed to depending on whether the function is used for debugging or any other purposes.
SnmpUtilVarBindCpy Copies the SnmpVarBind structure that is specified, and allocates any necessary memory for the destination structure.
SnmpUtilVarBindFree Frees the memory that is allocated for an SnmpVarBind structure.
SnmpUtilVarBindListCpy Copies the SnmpVarBindList structure that is specified and allocates any necessary memory for the destination's copy.
SnmpUtilVarBindListFree Frees the memory that is allocated for an SnmpVarBindList structure.

 Last updated on Friday, April 02, 2004

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