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PRINTER_NOTIFY_OPTIONS info  Overview  Group

The PRINTER_NOTIFY_OPTIONS structure specifies options for a change notification object that monitors a printer or print server.

typedef struct _PRINTER_NOTIFY_OPTIONS { 

    DWORD  Version; 

    DWORD  Flags; 

    DWORD  Count; 





Specifies the version of this structure. Set this member to 2.
Contains a bit flag. If you set the PRINTER_NOTIFY_OPTIONS_REFRESH flag in a call to the FindNextPrinterChangeNotification function, the function provides current data for all monitored printer information fields. The FindFirstPrinterChangeNotification function ignores the Flags member.
Specifies the number of elements in the pTypes array.
Points to an array of PRINTER_NOTIFY_OPTIONS_TYPE structures. Use one element of this array to specify the printer information fields to monitor, and one element to specify the job information fields to monitor. You can monitor either printer information, job information, or both.


Use this structure with the FindFirstPrinterChangeNotification function to specify the set of printer or job information fields to monitor for change.

Use this structure with the FindNextPrinterChangeNotification function to request the current data for all monitored printer and job information fields. In this case, the Flags member specifies the PRINTER_NOTIFY_OPTIONS_REFRESH flag, and the function ignores the other structure members.

See Also

FindFirstPrinterChangeNotification, FindNextPrinterChangeNotification, PRINTER_NOTIFY_OPTIONS_TYPE

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