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RasSetEntryProperties info  Overview  Group

The RasSetEntryProperties function changes the connection information for an entry in the phone book or creates a new phone-book entry.

DWORD RasSetEntryProperties(

    LPTSTR lpszPhonebook,

// pointer to full path and filename of phone-book file

    LPTSTR lpszEntry,

// pointer to an entry name

    LPRASENTRY lpRasEntry,

// buffer that contains entry information

    DWORD dwEntryInfoSize,

// size, in bytes, of the lpRasEntry buffer

    LPBYTE lpbDeviceInfo,

// buffer that contains device-specific configuration information

    DWORD dwDeviceInfoSize

// size, in bytes, of the lpbDeviceInfo buffer



Windows NT: Pointer to a null-terminated string that specifies the full path and filename of a phone-book (.PBK) file. If this parameter is NULL, the function uses the current default phone-book file. The default phone-book file is the one selected by the user in the User Preferences property sheet of the Dial-Up Networking dialog box.
Pointer to a null-terminated string containing an entry name.

If the entry name matches an existing entry, RasSetEntryProperties modifies the properties of that entry.

If the entry name does not match an existing entry, RasSetEntryProperties creates a new phone-book entry. For new entries, call the RasValidateEntryName function to validate the entry name before calling RasSetEntryProperties.

Pointer to a RASENTRY structure that contains the new connection data to be associated with the phone-book entry specified by the lpszEntry parameter.

The structure might be followed by an array of null-terminated alternate phone number strings. The last string is terminated by two consecutive null characters. The dwAlternateOffset member of the RASENTRY structure contains the offset to the first string.

Specifies the size, in bytes, of the buffer specified by the lpRasEntry parameter.
Pointer to a buffer containing device-specific configuration information. This is opaque TAPI device configuration information. For more information about TAPI device configuration, see the Win32 Telephony (TAPI) Programmerís Reference.
Specifies the size, in bytes, of the lpbDeviceInfo buffer.

Return Values

If the function succeeds, the return value is zero.

If the function fails, the return value can be one of the following error codes.




The address or buffer specified by lpRasEntry is invalid.


The phone book is corrupted or missing components.

See Also

RASENTRY, RasCreatePhonebookEntry, RasGetEntryProperties, RasValidateEntryName

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