MI_OperationCallback_StreamedParameter function pointer

Optional callback to get streamed parameter results from method invocation operations.

Syntax


typedef void ( MI_CALL *MI_OperationCallback_StreamedParameter)(
  _In_           MI_Operation *operation,
  _In_           void         *callbackContext,
  _In_     const MI_Char      *parameterName,
  _In_           MI_Type      resultType,
  _In_     const MI_Value     *result,
  _In_opt_       MI_Result    (MI_CALL * resultAcknowledgement)(_In_ MI_Operation *operation)
);

Parameters

operation [in]

TBD

callbackContext [in]

A client specific context that is used to correlate the callback to the associated operation.

parameterName [in]

TBD

resultType [in]

TBD

result [in]

TBD

(MI_CALL * resultAcknowledgement)(_In_ MI_Operation *operation) [in, optional]

The operation that returns the result from this callback. Call this method to acknowledge the result. Not doing so will stop more data from arriving and will stop the operation from completing. It will also stop the operation from closing.

Return value

This function pointer does not return a value.

Remarks

Registering this asynchronous callback is necessary if an outbound parameter is marked as streamed. This callback will be called as the data for the streamed parameter becomes available. Streaming can only happen on array parameters.

All parameters are valid until the call into resultAcknowledgement().

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 8

Minimum supported server

Windows Server 2012

Redistributable

Windows Management Framework 3.0 on Windows Server 2008 R2 with SP1, Windows 7 with SP1, and Windows Server 2008 with SP2

Header

Mi.h

See also

MI_OperationCallback
MI_Operation
MI_Result

 

 

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