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3.1.4.1.76 ApiResourceTypeControl (Opnum 75)

(Protocol Version 2) The ApiResourceTypeControl method instructs the server to initiate, on the specified resource type, an operation that is defined by the specified control code. The operation is executed on the node where the specified cluster context handle was obtained.

 error_status_t ApiResourceTypeControl(
   [in] HCLUSTER_RPC hCluster,
   [in, string] LPCWSTR lpszResourceTypeName,
   [in] DWORD dwControlCode,
   [in, unique, size_is(nInBufferSize)] UCHAR *lpInBuffer,
   [in] DWORD nInBufferSize,
   [out, size_is(nOutBufferSize), 
     length_is (*lpBytesReturned)] UCHAR *lpOutBuffer,
   [in] DWORD nOutBufferSize,
   [out] DWORD *lpBytesReturned,
   [out] DWORD *lpcbRequired
 );

hCluster: An HCLUSTER_RPC context handle that is obtained in a previous ApiOpenCluster method call.

lpszResourceTypeName: A Unicode string that is the name of the type of resource that will execute this operation.

dwControlCode: Indicates the operation to perform on the resource type. MUST be one of the following values.

Value

Meaning

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_UNKNOWN

0x02000000

Verifies that control codes for the resource type are being processed.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_CHARACTERISTICS

0x02000005

Retrieves the intrinsic characteristics associated with the resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_FLAGS

0x02000009

Retrieves the flags that are set for the resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_CLASS_INFO

0x0200000D

Retrieves info about the class to which the resource type belongs.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_REQUIRED_DEPENDENCIES

0x02000011

Retrieves a list of the names of resource types on which an instance of this resource type MUST be dependent on in order to properly operate.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_ARB_TIMEOUT

0x02000015

Queries the arbitration time-out value for the designated storage class resource.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_ENUM_COMMON_PROPERTIES

0x02000051

Retrieves a list of the common property names for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_RO_COMMON_PROPERTIES

0x02000055

Retrieves the read-only common property values for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_COMMON_PROPERTIES

0x02000059

Retrieves all common property values for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_SET_COMMON_PROPERTIES

0x0240005E

Sets the common property values for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_VALIDATE_COMMON_PROPERTIES

0x02000061

Validates that the values supplied for the common properties are acceptable for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_COMMON_PROPERTY_FMTS

0x02000065

Retrieves a list of the common property formats for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_COMMON_RESOURCE_PROPERTY_FMTS

0x02000069

Retrieves a list of the common property formats for resource instances of the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_ENUM_PRIVATE_PROPERTIES

0x02000079

Retrieves a list of the private property names for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_RO_PRIVATE_PROPERTIES

0x0200007D

Retrieves the read-only private property values for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_PRIVATE_PROPERTIES

0x02000081

Retrieves all private property values for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_SET_PRIVATE_PROPERTIES

0x02400086

Sets the private property values for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_VALIDATE_PRIVATE_PROPERTIES

0x02000089

Validates that the values supplied for the private properties are acceptable for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_PRIVATE_PROPERTY_FMTS

0x0200008D

Retrieves a list of the private property formats for the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GET_PRIVATE_RESOURCE_PROPERTY_FMTS

0x02000091

Retrieves a list of the private property formats for resource instances of the designated resource type.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_GET_AVAILABLE_DISKS

0x02000195

Queries information on the designated node about disks that can be placed under cluster control.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_NETNAME_VALIDATE_NETNAME

0x02000235

Confirms that the name is valid as an alternate connection point for the cluster.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_VALIDATE_PATH

0x02000231

Confirms that for resources of type "Generic Application", the server can access the file using the supplied path.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_GEN_APP_VALIDATE_DIRECTORY

0x02000239

Confirms that, for resources of type "Generic Application", the supplied directory exists.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_GET_DRIVELETTERS

0x020001ED

Queries a bitmask of the drive letters that are in use on the designated node.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_GET_AVAILABLE_DISKS_EX

0x020001F5

Queries information on the designated node about disks that can be placed under cluster control.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_REMAP_DRIVELETTER

0x02000201

Modifies the drive letter of a disk on the designated node.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_GET_DISKID

0x02000205

Queries the ID of a disk on the designated node.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_IS_CLUSTERABLE

0x02000209

Confirms whether a disk on the designated node can be placed under cluster control.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_RELEASE_OWNERSHIP

0x0240020E

Releases control of a disk on the designated node.

CLUSCTL_RESOURCE_TYPE_STORAGE_IS_CSV_FILE

0x1000229

Queries whether a file is stored on a cluster shared volume.

lpInBuffer: The input data for the operation that is specified by dwControlCode. See the following sections for the data structures that are required for each dwControlCode.

nInBufferSize: The size, in bytes, of the buffer that is specified by lpInBuffer.

lpOutBuffer: The output data for the operation that is specified by dwControlCode. The output buffer MUST be allocated and provided by the client.

nOutBufferSize: The available size of the buffer that is specified by lpOutBuffer, as allocated by the client.

lpBytesReturned: On successful completion of the method, the server MUST set lpBytesReturned to the number of bytes that are written to the lpOutBuffer buffer.

lpcbRequired: If nOutBufferSize indicates that the buffer that is specified by lpOutBuffer is too small for the output data, the server MUST return 0x000000EA (ERROR_MORE_DATA) and set lpcbRequired to the number of bytes that are required for the output buffer. If the method completes successfully and lpBytesReturned is 0x00000000 then the server MUST set lpcbRequired to 0x00000000. In any other condition the client MUST ignore lpcbRequired after this method completes.

Return Values: The method MUST return the following error codes for the specified conditions.

Return value/code

Description

0x00000000

ERROR_SUCCESS

Success.

0x00000001

ERROR_INVALID_FUNCTION

The resource type that is designated by lpszResourceTypeName does not support the operation that is designated by dwControlCode.

0x0000000D

ERROR_INVALID_DATA

The input data was invalid or was incorrectly formatted.

0x00000057

ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER

The input data was invalid or was incorrectly formatted.

0x000000EA

ERROR_MORE_DATA

The nOutBufferSize parameter indicates that the buffer that is pointed to by lpOutBuffer is not large enough to hold the data that resulted from the operation.

For any other condition, this method MUST return a value that is not one of the values listed in the preceding table. The client MUST behave in one consistent, identical manner for all values that are not listed in the preceding table. The client SHOULD treat errors specified in section 3.2.4.6 as recoverable errors and initiate the reconnect procedure as specified in section 3.2.4.6.

Upon receiving this message, the server MUST:

  • Determine the number of bytes that are required for lpOutBuffer. If the size indicated by nOutBufferSize is less than the number of bytes that are required for lpOutBuffer, return ERROR_MORE_DATA (0x000000EA), except as specified in the subsections of 3.1.4.3.2 where a different value is returned, and set lpcbRequired to the number of bytes that are required for the output buffer.

  • Return either ERROR_INVALID_DATA or ERROR_INVALID_PARAMETER if the input data is invalid or incorrectly formatted. The client MUST treat these two error codes the same.

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