Get data from the graphics processing unit (GPU) asynchronously.
HRESULT GetData( [in] ID3D11Asynchronous *pAsync, [out, optional] void *pData, [in] UINT DataSize, [in] UINT GetDataFlags );
- pAsync [in]
A pointer to an ID3D11Asynchronous interface for the object about which GetData retrieves data.
- pData [out, optional]
Address of memory that will receive the data. If NULL, GetData will be used only to check status. The type of data output depends on the type of asynchronous interface.
- DataSize [in]
Size of the data to retrieve or 0. Must be 0 when pData is NULL.
- GetDataFlags [in]
Optional flags. Can be 0 or any combination of the flags enumerated by D3D11_ASYNC_GETDATA_FLAG.
This method returns one of the Direct3D 11 Return Codes. A return value of S_OK indicates that the data at pData is available for the calling application to access. A return value of S_FALSE indicates that the data is not yet available. If the data is not yet available, the application must call GetData until the data is available.
Queries in a deferred context are limited to predicated drawing. That is, you cannot call ID3D11DeviceContext::GetData on a deferred context to get data about a query; you can only call GetData on the immediate context to get data about a query. For predicated drawing, the results of a predication-type query are used by the GPU and not returned to an application. For more information about predication and predicated drawing, see D3D11DeviceContext::SetPredication.
GetData retrieves the data that the runtime collected between calls to ID3D11DeviceContext::Begin and ID3D11DeviceContext::End. Certain queries only require a call to ID3D11DeviceContext::End in which case the data returned by GetData is accurate up to the last call to ID3D11DeviceContext::End. For information about the queries that only require a call to ID3D11DeviceContext::End and about the type of data that GetData retrieves for each query, see D3D11_QUERY.
If DataSize is 0, GetData is only used to check status.
An application gathers counter data by calling ID3D11DeviceContext::Begin, issuing some graphics commands, calling ID3D11DeviceContext::End, and then calling ID3D11DeviceContext::GetData to get data about what happened in between the Begin and End calls. For information about performance counter types, see D3D11_COUNTER.
Windows Phone 8: This API is supported.