3.1.4.2.81 ApiOpenNetwork (Opnum 81)

(Protocol Version 3) The ApiOpenNetwork method establishes context on the server about the interaction of a client with the specified cluster network by using the current RPC connection. ApiOpenNetwork returns a context handle so that the client can refer to the context that is created in subsequent method calls.

There are several ways by which the client can determine the name of the cluster network to specify for the lpszNetworkName parameter. A cluster network can have a well-known name if the cluster network was configured as such by using implementation-specific methods between servers. Optionally, a client can use ApiCreateEnum with enumeration type CLUSTER_ENUM_NETWORK, as specified in section 3.1.4.2.8. This method obtains a list of all cluster network names in the cluster state. The client can then examine names or open cluster networks to call additional methods in order to determine which cluster networks to operate on.

The server SHOULD accept an ApiOpenNetwork request if its protocol server state is read-only and MUST accept the request for processing if it is in the read/write state, as specified in section 3.1.1.

The server MUST require that the client have a security access level of "All" (section 3.1.4).

Upon success, the server MUST associate a security access level of "All" with the context it has established.

 HNETWORK_RPC ApiOpenNetwork(
   [in, string] LPCWSTR lpszNetworkName,
   [out] error_status_t *Status,
   [out] error_status_t *rpc_status
 );

lpszNetworkName: A null-terminated Unicode string that contains the name of the cluster network for which to establish context on the cluster network.

Status: Indicates the status of this operation. The cluster network MUST set Status to the following error codes for the specified conditions.

Value

Meaning

ERROR_SUCCESS

0x00000000

Success.

ERROR_CLUSTER_NETWORK_NOT_FOUND

0x000013B5

A cluster network that matches the name lpszNetworkName was not found in the cluster configuration.

rpc_status: A 32-bit integer used to indicate success or failure. The RPC runtime MUST indicate, by writing to this parameter, whether it succeeded in executing this method on the server. The encoding of the value passed in this parameter MUST conform to encoding for comm_status and fault_status, as specified in Appendix E of [C706].

Return Values: For any other condition, the server MUST set Status to a value that is not one of the values listed in the preceding table. The client MUST treat all values that are not listed in the preceding table the same, except as specified in section 3.2.4.6.

The method returns a valid HNETWORK_RPC context handle, as specified in section 2.2.1.7, to indicate success; otherwise, it returns NULL.

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