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IPortableDeviceServiceCapabilities interface

The IPortableDeviceServiceCapabilities interface retrieves information describing the capabilities of a service.

Members

The IPortableDeviceServiceCapabilities interface inherits from the IUnknown interface. IPortableDeviceServiceCapabilities also has these types of members:

Methods

The IPortableDeviceServiceCapabilities interface has these methods.

MethodDescription
Cancel

Cancels a pending operation.

GetCommandOptions

Retrieves the options of a command.

GetEventAttributes

Retrieves the attributes of an event.

GetEventParameterAttributes

Retrieves the attributes of an event parameter.

GetFormatAttributes

Retrieves the attributes of a format.

GetFormatPropertyAttributes

Retrieves the attributes of a format property.

GetFormatRenderingProfiles

Retrieves the rendering profiles of a format.

GetInheritedServices

Retrieves the services having the specified inheritance type.

GetMethodAttributes

Retrieves the attributes of a method.

GetMethodParameterAttributes

Retrieves the attributes of a method parameter.

GetSupportedCommands

Retrieves the commands supported by the service.

GetSupportedEvents

Retrieves the events supported by the service.

GetSupportedFormatProperties

Retrieves the properties supported by the service for the specified format.

GetSupportedFormats

Retrieves the formats supported by the service.

GetSupportedMethods

Retrieves the methods supported by the service.

GetSupportedMethodsByFormat

Retrieves the methods supported by the service for the specified format.

 

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 7 [desktop apps | Windows Store apps]

Minimum supported server

None supported

Header

PortableDeviceAPI.h

IDL

PortableDeviceAPI.idl

 

 

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