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The PORT_INFO_3 structure specifies the status value of a printer port.

typedef struct _PORT_INFO_3 { // pi3 

    DWORD dwStatus; 

    LPTSTR pszStatus; 

    DWORD dwSeverity; 

} PORT_INFO_3; 

 

Members

dwStatus
Specifies the new port status value. This value is used only if the pszStatus member is NULL.

This member can be one of the following values:

Value

Meaning

0

Clears the printer port status.

PORT_STATUS_OFFLINE

The portís printer is offline.

PORT_STATUS_PAPER_JAM

The portís printer has a paper jam.

PORT_STATUS_PAPER_OUT

The portís printer is out of paper.

PORT_STATUS_OUTPUT_BIN_FULL

The portís printerís output bin is full.

PORT_STATUS_PAPER_PROBLEM

The portís printer has a paper problem.

PORT_STATUS_NO_TONER

The portís printer is out of toner.

PORT_STATUS_DOOR_OPEN

The door of the portís printer is open.

PORT_STATUS_OUT_OF_MEMORY

The portís printer is out of memory.

PORT_STATUS_TONER_LOW

The portís printer is low on toner.

PORT_STATUS_WARMING_UP

The portís printer is warming up.

PORT_STATUS_POWER_SAVE

The portís printer is in a power-conservation mode.

pzStatus
Pointer to a new printer port status value string to set. Use this member if there is no suitable status value among those listed for dwStatus.
dwSeverity
Specifies the severity of the port status value.

This member can be one of the following values:

Value

Meaning

PORT_STATUS_TYPE_ERROR

The port status value indicates an error.

PORT_STATUS_TYPE_WARNING

The port status value is a warning.

PORT_STATUS_TYPE_INFORMATIONAL

The port status value is informational.

Remarks

When you set a printer port status value with the severity value PORT_STATUS_TYPE_ERROR, the print spooler stops sending jobs to the port. The print spooler does not resume sending jobs to the port until another SetPort call is made to clear the status.

See Also

SetPort 

See also:


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