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EnumPrintProcessorDatatypes info  Overview  Group

The EnumPrintProcessorDatatypes function enumerates the data types that a specifed print processor supports.

BOOL EnumPrintProcessorDatatypes(

    LPTSTR pName,

// points to server name string

    LPTSTR pPrintProcessorName,

// points to print processor name string 

    DWORD Level,

// specifies version of print processor data type structures

    LPBYTE pDatatypes,

// points to buffer to receive print processor data type structures

    DWORD cbBuf,

// specifies size, in bytes, of buffer

    LPDWORD pcbNeeded,

// points to number of bytes copied (or required)

    LPDWORD pcReturned 

// points to number of data structures obtained

   );

Parameters

pName
Points to a null-terminated string that specifies the name of the server on which the print processor resides. If this parameter is NULL, the data types for the local print processor are enumerated.
pPrintProcessorName
Points to a null-terminated string that specifies the name of the print processor whose data types are to be enumerated.
Level
Specifies the version of the print-processor data type structures to be stored in the buffer pointed to by pDatatypes. This parameter must be 1.
pDatatypes
Points to an array of DATATYPES_INFO_1 structures. One structure is created for each available data type.
cbBuf
Specifies the size, in bytes, of the buffer pointed to by pDatatypes.
pcbNeeded
Points to a variable to receive the total size, in bytes, of the array of DATATYPES_INFO_1 structures.

If this value is less than or equal to cbBuf and the function succeeds, this is the number of bytes stored in the buffer pointed to by pDatatypes. If this number is greater than cbBuf, the buffer is too small, and you must call the function again with a buffer size at least as large as *pcbNeeded.

pcReturned
Points to a variable that the function sets to the number of data structures stored in the buffer pointed to by pDatatypes.

Return Values

If the function succeeds, the return value is nonzero.

If the function fails, the return value is zero. To get extended error information, call GetLastError.

See Also

DATATYPES_INFO_1, EnumPrintProcessors

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