Header Files

The header files for the AppExt project are listed in alphabetical order. This source code is intended only as a supplement to existing Microsoft documentation.

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  • The code header file, About.h, that supports the Help About snap-in for the extension to the property pages of the Applications snap-in is listed below.

    Note  Any comment in the following code example that starts with "TODO:" refers to an action that you must perform when modifying the code for a new extension to the property sheets for the Applications snap-in. Comments that do not start with "TODO:" describe an action that the subsequent code will perform.
     
    
    //About.h
    
    #ifndef _SAMPABOUT_H_
    #define _SAMPABOUT_H_
    
    #include <tchar.h>
    #include <mmc.h>
    
    class CSnapinAbout : public ISnapinAbout
    {
    private:
        ULONG   m_cref;
        HBITMAP m_hSmallImage;
        HBITMAP m_hLargeImage;
        HBITMAP m_hSmallImageOpen;
        HICON   m_hAppIcon;
    
    public:
        CSnapinAbout();
        ~CSnapinAbout();
    
        ///////////////////////////////
        // Interface IUnknown
        ///////////////////////////////
        STDMETHODIMP QueryInterface(REFIID riid, LPVOID *ppv);
        STDMETHODIMP_(ULONG) AddRef();
        STDMETHODIMP_(ULONG) Release();
    
        ///////////////////////////////
        // Interface ISnapinAbout
        ///////////////////////////////
        STDMETHODIMP GetSnapinDescription( 
            /* [out] */ LPOLESTR *lpDescription);
    
            STDMETHODIMP GetProvider( 
            /* [out] */ LPOLESTR *lpName);
    
            STDMETHODIMP GetSnapinVersion( 
            /* [out] */ LPOLESTR *lpVersion);
    
            STDMETHODIMP GetSnapinImage( 
            /* [out] */ HICON *hAppIcon);
    
            STDMETHODIMP GetStaticFolderImage( 
            /* [out] */ HBITMAP *hSmallImage,
            /* [out] */ HBITMAP *hSmallImageOpen,
            /* [out] */ HBITMAP *hLargeImage,
            /* [out] */ COLORREF *cMask);
    
            ///////////////////////////////
            // Private Interface 
            ///////////////////////////////
    private:
        HRESULT CSnapinAbout::AllocOleStr(
            LPOLESTR *lpDest, 
            _TCHAR *szBuffer);
    };
    
    #endif _SAMPABOUT_H_
    
    
  • The code header file, AppExt.h, that supports the extension to the property pages of the Applications snap-in is listed below.

    Note  Any comment in the following code example that starts with "TODO:" refers to an action that you must perform when modifying the code for a new extension to the property sheets for the Applications snap-in. Comments that do not start with "TODO:" describe an action that the subsequent code will perform.
     
    
    //AppExt.h
    
    #ifndef _CPropSheetExtension_H_
    #define _CPropSheetExtension_H_
    
    #include <tchar.h>
    #include <mmc.h>
    
    class CPropSheetExtension : public IExtendPropertySheet, public ISnapinHelp2
    {
    private:
        ULONG m_cref;
    
        // clipboard format
        static UINT s_cfDisplayName;
        static UINT s_cfSnapInCLSID;
        static UINT s_cfNodeType;
    
    public:
        CPropSheetExtension();
        ~CPropSheetExtension();
    
       ///////////////////////////////
       // the XML DOM
       ///////////////////////////////
       IXMLDOMDocument* m_pXmlDom;
    
       ///////////////////////////////
       // Interface IUnknown
       ///////////////////////////////
       STDMETHODIMP QueryInterface(REFIID riid, LPVOID *ppv);
       STDMETHODIMP_(ULONG) AddRef();
       STDMETHODIMP_(ULONG) Release();
    
       ///////////////////////////////
       // Interface IExtendPropertySheet
       ///////////////////////////////
       virtual /* [helpstring] */ HRESULT STDMETHODCALLTYPE CreatePropertyPages( 
       /* [in] */ LPPROPERTYSHEETCALLBACK lpProvider,
       /* [in] */ LONG_PTR handle,
       /* [in] */ LPDATAOBJECT lpIDataObject);
    
       virtual /* [helpstring] */ HRESULT STDMETHODCALLTYPE QueryPagesFor( 
       /* [in] */ LPDATAOBJECT lpDataObject);
    
       ///////////////////////////////
       // Interface ISnapinHelp
       ///////////////////////////////
       virtual HRESULT STDMETHODCALLTYPE GetHelpTopic( 
          __in LPOLESTR* pszwCompiledHelpFile );
    
       ///////////////////////////////
       // Interface ISnapinHelp2
       ///////////////////////////////
       virtual HRESULT STDMETHODCALLTYPE GetLinkedTopics( 
          __in LPOLESTR* pszwCompiledHelpFiles );
    
    private:
        LONG_PTR m_ppHandle;
    
        static INT_PTR CALLBACK DialogProc(HWND hwndDlg,  // handle to dialog box
            UINT uMsg,     // message
            WPARAM wParam, // first message parameter
            LPARAM lParam  // second message parameter
            );
    
    
        ///////////////////////////////
        // Private IDataObject support bits
        ///////////////////////////////
        HRESULT ExtractData( IDataObject* piDataObject,
            CLIPFORMAT   cfClipFormat,
            __in_bcount(cbData) BYTE*        pbData,
            __in DWORD        cbData )
        {
            HRESULT hr = S_OK;
    
            FORMATETC formatetc = {cfClipFormat, NULL, DVASPECT_CONTENT, -1, TYMED_HGLOBAL};
            STGMEDIUM stgmedium = {TYMED_HGLOBAL, NULL};
    
            stgmedium.hGlobal = ::GlobalAlloc(GPTR, cbData);
            do // false loop
            {
                if (NULL == stgmedium.hGlobal)
                {
                    hr = E_OUTOFMEMORY;
                    break;
                }
                hr = piDataObject->GetDataHere( &formatetc, &stgmedium );
                if ( FAILED(hr) )
                {
                    break;
                }
    
                BYTE* pbNewData = reinterpret_cast<BYTE*>(stgmedium.hGlobal);
                if (NULL == pbNewData)
                {
                    hr = E_UNEXPECTED;
                    break;
                }
                ::memcpy( pbData, pbNewData, cbData );
            } while (FALSE); // false loop
    
            if (NULL != stgmedium.hGlobal)
            {
                ::GlobalFree(stgmedium.hGlobal);
            }
            return hr;
        } // ExtractData()
    
        HRESULT ExtractString( IDataObject *piDataObject,
            CLIPFORMAT   cfClipFormat,
            __in_ecount(cchMaxLength) _TCHAR       *pstr,
            __in DWORD        cchMaxLength)
        {
            return ExtractData( piDataObject, cfClipFormat, (PBYTE)pstr, cchMaxLength );
        }
    
        HRESULT ExtractSnapInCLSID( IDataObject* piDataObject, CLSID* pclsidSnapin )
        {
            return ExtractData( piDataObject, (CLIPFORMAT) s_cfSnapInCLSID, (PBYTE)pclsidSnapin, sizeof(CLSID) );
        }
    
        HRESULT ExtractObjectTypeGUID( IDataObject* piDataObject, GUID* pguidObjectType )
        {
            return ExtractData( piDataObject, (CLIPFORMAT) s_cfNodeType, (PBYTE)pguidObjectType, sizeof(GUID) );
        }
    };
    
    #endif _CPropSheetExtension_H_
    
    
  • The code header file, BaseSnap.h, that provides the operating system definition support for the extension to the property pages of the Applications snap-in is listed below.

    Note  Any comment in the following code example that starts with "TODO:" refers to an action that you must perform when modifying the code for a new extension to the property sheets for the Applications snap-in. Comments that do not start with "TODO:" describe an action that the subsequent code will perform.
     
    
    //BaseSnap.h
    
    #ifndef _BASESNAP_H_
    #define _BASESNAP_H_
    
    // Modify the following defines if you have to target a platform prior to the ones specified below.
    // Refer to MSDN for the latest info on corresponding values for different platforms.
    #ifndef WINVER
    #define WINVER 0x0501 // Change this to the appropriate value for the version of Windows you need to target.
    #endif
    
    #ifndef _WIN32_WINNT
    #define _WIN32_WINNT 0x0501 // Change this to the appropriate value for the version of Windows you need to target.
    #endif
    
    #ifndef _WIN32_WINDOWS
    #define _WIN32_WINDOWS 0x0410 // Change this to the appropriate value for the version of Windows you need to target.
    #endif
    
    #ifndef _WIN32_IE
    #define _WIN32_IE 0x0501 // Change this to the appropriate value for the version of Internet Explorer you need to target.
    #endif
    
    
    STDAPI DllGetClassObject(REFCLSID rclsid, REFIID riid, LPVOID *ppvObj);
    STDAPI DllCanUnloadNow(void);
    
    ULONG g_uObjects = 0;
    ULONG g_uSrvLock = 0;
    
    class CClassFactory : public IClassFactory
    {
    private:
        ULONG m_cref;
    
    public:
        enum FACTORY_TYPE {CONTEXTEXTENSION = 0, ABOUT = 1};
    
        CClassFactory(FACTORY_TYPE factoryType);
        ~CClassFactory();
    
        STDMETHODIMP QueryInterface(REFIID riid, LPVOID *ppv);
        STDMETHODIMP_(ULONG) AddRef();
        STDMETHODIMP_(ULONG) Release();
    
        STDMETHODIMP CreateInstance(LPUNKNOWN, REFIID, LPVOID *);
        STDMETHODIMP LockServer(BOOL);
    
    private:
        FACTORY_TYPE m_factoryType;
    };
    
    #endif _BASESNAP_H_
    
    
  • The code header file, Extend.h, that provides the node definition support for the extension to the property pages of the Applications snap-in is listed below.

    Note  Any comment in the following code example that starts with "TODO:" refers to an action that you must perform when modifying the code for a new extension to the property sheets for the Applications snap-in. Comments that do not start with "TODO:" describe an action that the subsequent code will perform.
     
    
    //Extend.h
    
    #ifndef _EXTEND_H
    #define _EXTEND_H
    
    struct EXTENSION_NODE
    {
        GUID   GUID;
        _TCHAR szDescription[256];
    };
    
    enum EXTENSION_TYPE
    {
        NameSpaceExtension,
            ContextMenuExtension, 
            ToolBarExtension,
            PropertySheetExtension,
            TaskExtension,
            DynamicExtension,
            DummyExtension
    };
    
    struct EXTENDER_NODE
    {
        EXTENSION_TYPE eType;
        GUID           guidNode;
        GUID           guidExtension;
        _TCHAR         szDescription[256];
    };
    
    #endif // _EXTEND_H
    
    
  • The code header file, Globals.h, that provides the global helper definitions for the extension to the property pages of the Applications snap-in is listed below.

    Note  Any comment in the following code example that starts with "TODO:" refers to an action that you must perform when modifying the code for a new extension to the property sheets for the Applications snap-in. Comments that do not start with "TODO:" describe an action that the subsequent code will perform.
     
    
    //Globals.h
    
    #ifndef _MMC_GLOBALS_H
    #define _MMC_GLOBALS_H
    
    #define STRSAFE_NO_DEPRECATE
    
    #include <tchar.h>
    #include <strsafe.h>
    
    #ifndef STRINGS_ONLY
            #define IDM_BUTTON1    0x100
            #define IDM_BUTTON2    0x101
    
            extern HINSTANCE g_hinst;
            extern ULONG g_uObjects;
    
            #define OBJECT_CREATED InterlockedIncrement((long *)&g_uObjects);
            #define OBJECT_DESTROYED InterlockedDecrement((long *)&g_uObjects);
    
    #endif
    
    //=--------------------------------------------------------------------------=
    // allocates a temporary buffer that will disappear when it goes out of scope
    // NOTE: be careful of that -- make sure you use the string in the same or
    // nested scope in which you created this buffer. people should not use this
    // class directly.  use the macro(s) below.
    //
    class TempBuffer {
      public:
        TempBuffer(ULONG cBytes) {
            m_size = 0;
            m_pBuf = (cBytes <= 120) ? &m_szTmpBuf : HeapAlloc(GetProcessHeap(), 0, cBytes);
            m_fHeapAlloc = (cBytes > 120);
            if (m_pBuf) 
            {
                m_size = m_fHeapAlloc ? cBytes : ARRAYSIZE(m_szTmpBuf);
            }
        }
        ~TempBuffer() {
            if (m_pBuf && m_fHeapAlloc) HeapFree(GetProcessHeap(), 0, m_pBuf);
        }
        void *GetBuffer() {
            return m_pBuf;
        }
    
        size_t GetBufferSize()
        {
            return m_size;
        }
      private:
        void *m_pBuf;
        // we'll use this temp buffer for small cases.
        //
        char  m_szTmpBuf[120];
        unsigned m_fHeapAlloc:1;
        size_t m_size;
    };
    
    //=--------------------------------------------------------------------------=
    // string helpers.
    //
    // given a _TCHAR, copy it into a wide buffer.
    // be careful about scoping when using this macro!
    //
    // how to use the below two macros:
    //
    //  ...
    //  LPTSTR pszT;
    //  pszT = MyGetTStringRoutine();
    //  MAKE_WIDEPTR_FROMSTR(pwsz, pszT);
    //  MyUseWideStringRoutine(pwsz);
    //  ...
    #ifdef UNICODE
    #define MAKE_WIDEPTR_FROMTSTR(ptrname, tstr) \
        long __l##ptrname = (lstrlenW(tstr) + 1) * sizeof(WCHAR); \
        TempBuffer __TempBuffer##ptrname(__l##ptrname); \
        StringCchCopyW((LPWSTR)__TempBuffer##ptrname.GetBuffer(), __TempBuffer##ptrname.GetBufferSize(), tstr); \
        LPWSTR ptrname = (LPWSTR)__TempBuffer##ptrname.GetBuffer()
    #else // ANSI
    #define MAKE_WIDEPTR_FROMTSTR(ptrname, tstr) \
        long __cch##ptrname = (lstrlenA(tstr) + 1);\
        long __l##ptrname = (lstrlenA(tstr) + 1) * sizeof(WCHAR); \
        TempBuffer __TempBuffer##ptrname(__l##ptrname); \
        MultiByteToWideChar(CP_ACP, 0, tstr, -1, (LPWSTR)__TempBuffer##ptrname.GetBuffer(), __cch##ptrname); \
        LPWSTR ptrname = (LPWSTR)__TempBuffer##ptrname.GetBuffer()
    #endif
    
    #ifdef UNICODE
    #define MAKE_WIDEPTR_FROMTSTR_ALLOC(ptrname, tstr) \
        long __l##ptrname = (lstrlenW(tstr) + 1) * sizeof(WCHAR); \
        LPWSTR ptrname = (LPWSTR)CoTaskMemAlloc(__l##ptrname); \
        StringCchCopyW((LPWSTR)ptrname, __l##ptrname, tstr)
    #else // ANSI
    #define MAKE_WIDEPTR_FROMTSTR_ALLOC(ptrname, tstr) \
        long __cch##ptrname = (lstrlenA(tstr) + 1);\
        long __l##ptrname = (lstrlenA(tstr) + 1) * sizeof(WCHAR); \
        LPWSTR ptrname = (LPWSTR)CoTaskMemAlloc(__l##ptrname); \
        MultiByteToWideChar(CP_ACP, 0, tstr, -1, ptrname, __cch##ptrname)
    #endif
    
    //
    // similarily for MAKE_TSTRPTR_FROMWIDE.  note that the first param does not
    // have to be declared, and no clean up must be done.
    //
    // * 2 for DBCS handling in below length computation
    //
    #ifdef UNICODE
    #define MAKE_TSTRPTR_FROMWIDE(ptrname, widestr) \
        long __l##ptrname = (long)(wcslen(widestr) + 1) * 2 * sizeof(TCHAR); \
        TempBuffer __TempBuffer##ptrname(__l##ptrname); \
        StringCchCopyW((LPTSTR)__TempBuffer##ptrname.GetBuffer(), __TempBuffer##ptrname.GetBufferSize(), widestr); \
        LPTSTR ptrname = (LPTSTR)__TempBuffer##ptrname.GetBuffer()
    #else // ANSI
    #define MAKE_TSTRPTR_FROMWIDE(ptrname, widestr) \
        long __l##ptrname = (long)(wcslen(widestr) + 1) * 2 * sizeof(TCHAR); \
        TempBuffer __TempBuffer##ptrname(__l##ptrname); \
        WideCharToMultiByte(CP_ACP, 0, widestr, -1, (LPSTR)__TempBuffer##ptrname.GetBuffer(), __l##ptrname, NULL, NULL); \
        LPTSTR ptrname = (LPTSTR)__TempBuffer##ptrname.GetBuffer()
    #endif
    
    #endif // _MMC_GLOBALS_H
    
    
  • The code header file, Guids.h, that provides the GUID definition support for the extension to the property pages of the Applications snap-in is listed below.

    Note  Any comment in the following code example that starts with "TODO:" refers to an action that you must perform when modifying the code for a new extension to the property sheets for the Applications snap-in. Comments that do not start with "TODO:" describe an action that the subsequent code will perform.
     
    
    //Guids.h
    
    // TODO: generate a GUID for use as this plugin's "Extension ID" ("extid"): 
    //       place it here and in registry.cpp, line 112:
    const WCHAR g_szwExtId[] = L"{5F6A652F-1FA2-4A5C-B4DB-48D5D8095F47}";
    
    // TODO: generate a GUID for this plugin, 
    //       place it here and in registry.cpp, lines 46 and 115:
    
    // {A2E38A7B-D9B2-4DFC-8569-1F5383061590}
    DEFINE_GUID( CLSID_CPropSheetExtension, 
       0xA2E38A7B, 0xD9B2, 0x4DFC, 0x85, 0x69, 0x1F, 0x53, 0x83, 0x06, 0x15, 0x90 );
    
    
    // TODO: generate a GUID for snapin about interface, 
    
    // {E8072002-F374-471e-98AC-93F24D36752C}
    DEFINE_GUID( CLSID_CSnapinAbout, 
       0xE8072002, 0xF374, 0x471E, 0x98, 0xAC, 0x93, 0xF2, 0x4D, 0x36, 0x75, 0x2C );
    
    
  • The code header file, LocalRes.h, that provides the resource definition support for the extension to the property pages of the Applications snap-in is listed below.

    Note  Any comment in the following code example that starts with "TODO:" refers to an action that you must perform when modifying the code for a new extension to the property sheets for the Applications snap-in. Comments that do not start with "TODO:" describe an action that the subsequent code will perform.
     
    
    //LocalRes.h
    
    #ifndef __LocalResource_H__
    #define __LocalResource_H__
    
    #define INDEX_NONE          -1
    #define INDEX_SPACEICON     0
    #define INDEX_LANDICON      1
    #define INDEX_SKYICON       2
    #define INDEX_PEOPLEICON    3
    #define INDEX_CLOSEDFOLDER  4
    #define INDEX_OPENFOLDER    5
    
    #define INDEX_SUN 6
    #define INDEX_SNOW 7
    #define INDEX_RAIN 8
    #define INDEX_CLOUD 9
    #define INDEX_WORLD 10
    #define INDEX_THUNDER 11
    
    
    #endif // __LocalResource_H__
    
    
  • The code header file, Registry.h, that provides the registry support for the extension to the property pages of the Applications snap-in is listed below.

    Note  Any comment in the following code example that starts with "TODO:" refers to an action that you must perform when modifying the code for a new extension to the property sheets for the Applications snap-in. Comments that do not start with "TODO:" describe an action that the subsequent code will perform.
     
    
    //Registry.h
    
    #ifndef __Registry_H__
    #define __Registry_H__
    
    #include <tchar.h>
    
    // This function will register a component in the Registry.
    // The component calls this function from its DllRegisterServer function.
    HRESULT RegisterServer(HMODULE hModule, 
                           const CLSID& clsid, 
                           const _TCHAR* szFriendlyName) ;
    
    // This function will unregister a component.  Components
    // call this function from their DllUnregisterServer function.
    HRESULT UnregisterServer(const CLSID& clsid) ;
    
    
    // This function will register a Snap-In component.  Components
    // call this function from their DllRegisterServer function.
    HRESULT RegisterSnapin(const CLSID& clsid,         // Class ID
                           const _TCHAR* szNameString, // NameString
                           const CLSID& clsidAbout);   // Class Id for About Class
    
    
    HRESULT UnregisterSnapin(const CLSID& clsid);         // Class ID
    
    #endif // __Registry_H__
    
    
  • The code header file, Utility.h, that provides the MSXML utility functions written for the extension to the property pages of the Applications snap-in is listed below.

    Note  Any comment in the following code example that starts with "TODO:" refers to an action that you must perform when modifying the code for a new extension to the property sheets for the Applications snap-in. Comments that do not start with "TODO:" describe an action that the subsequent code will perform.
     
    
    //Utility.h
    
    #pragma once
    
    #define STRING_MATCH 0
    #define CCF_AUTOPROF_XMLDOM L"CCF_AUTOPROF_XMLDOM"
    
    #include <windows.h>
    #include <msxml.h>
    #include <objsafe.h>
    #include <objbase.h>
    #include <string>
    #include <comutil.h>
    using namespace std;
    
    HRESULT GetAttribute( 
       IXMLDOMNode* pParent,
       LPCTSTR szName, 
       BSTR& bstrValue );
    
    HRESULT SetAttribute( 
       IXMLDOMDocument* pDom,
       IXMLDOMNode* pParent, 
       LPCTSTR szName, 
       LPCTSTR szValue );
    
    HRESULT AddElement( 
       IXMLDOMDocument* pDom,
       IXMLDOMNode* pParent,
       LPCTSTR szName, 
       IXMLDOMNode** ppNew );
    
    HRESULT AllocOleStr( 
       __out LPOLESTR* lppDest,
       __in LPCWSTR szwBuffer );
    
    

 

 

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