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The MONCBSTRUCT structure contains information about the current DDE transaction. A DDE debugging application can use this structure when monitoring transactions that the system passes to the DDE callback functions of other applications.

typedef struct tagMONCBSTRUCT { // mcbst 

    UINT   cb; 

    DWORD  dwTime; 

    HANDLE hTask; 

    DWORD  dwRet; 

    UINT   wType; 

    UINT   wFmt; 

    HCONV  hConv; 

    HSZ    hsz1; 

    HSZ    hsz2; 

    HDDEDATA hData; 

    DWORD    dwData1; 

    DWORD    dwData2; 

    CONVCONTEXT cc; 

    DWORD  cbData; 

    DWORD  Data[8]; 

} MONCBSTRUCT; 

 

Members

cb
Specifies the structure’s size, in bytes.
dwTime
Specifies the Windows time that the transaction occurred. Windows time is the number of milliseconds that have elapsed since the system was booted.
hTask
Identifies the task (application instance) containing the DDE callback function that received the transaction.
dwRet
Specifies the value returned by the DDE callback function that processed the transaction.
wType
Identifies the transaction type.
wFmt
Specifies the format of the data exchanged (if any) during the transaction.
hConv
Identifies the conversation in which the transaction took place.
hsz1
Identifies a string.
hsz2
Identifies a string.
hData
Identifies the data exchanged (if any) during the transaction.
dwData1
Specifies additional data.
dwData2
Specifies additional data.
cc
Specifies a CONVCONTEXT structure containing language information used to share data in different languages.
cbData
Specifies the amount, in bytes, of data being passed with the transaction. This value may be more than 32 bytes.
Data
Contains the first 32 bytes of data being passed with the transaction
(8 * sizeof(DWORD)).

See Also

CONVCONTEXT, MONERRSTRUCT, MONHSZSTRUCT, MONLINKSTRUCT, MONMSGSTRUCT 

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