DEBUG_FLR_PARAM_TYPE enumeration

The values of DEBUG_FLR_PARAM_TYPE enumeration are tags that indicate the kind of information that is stored in failure analysis entry.

The DEBUG_FLR_PARAM_TYPE enumeration is also called the FA_TAG enumeration.

Syntax


typedef enum _DEBUG_FLR_PARAM_TYPE { 
  DEBUG_FLR_INVALID        = 0,
  DEBUG_FLR_RESERVED,
  DEBUG_FLR_DRIVER_OBJECT,
  ...,
  DEBUG_FLR_MASK_ALL       = 0xFFFFFFFF
} DEBUG_FLR_PARAM_TYPE;

Constants

DEBUG_FLR_INVALID
DEBUG_FLR_RESERVED
DEBUG_FLR_DRIVER_OBJECT
...
DEBUG_FLR_MASK_ALL

Remarks

There are several hundred tags in the DEBUG_FLR_PARAM_TYPE enumeration. You can see all the tags in the extsfns.h header file, which in the Debugging Tools for Windows package.

The tags are grouped by categories, with the first entry of a new category being assigned an explicit value. For example, the tags that are used for structured data begin with DEBUG_FLR_STACK = 0x200000.

For more information about tags, see Failure Analysis Entries, Tags, and Data Types

Requirements

Header

Extsfns.h

See also

Writing an Analysis Extension Plug-in to Extend !analyze
Failure Analysis Entries
FA_TAG enumeration
IDebugFailureAnalysis2

 

 

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