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JNA API 5.10.0


  • Enclosing interface:

    public static class Ddeml.MONCONVSTRUCT
    extends Structure

    Contains information about a Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE) conversation. A DDE monitoring application can use this structure to obtain information about a conversation that has been established or has terminated.


    Because string handles are local to the process, the hszSvc and hszTopic members are global atoms. Similarly, conversation handles are local to the instance; therefore, the hConvClient and hConvServer members are window handles.

    The hConvClient and hConvServer members of the MONCONVSTRUCT structure do not hold the same value as would be seen by the applications engaged in the conversation. Instead, they hold a globally unique pair of values that identify the conversation.

    • Field Detail

      • cb

        public WinDef.UINT cb
        The structure's size, in bytes.
      • fConnect

        public WinDef.BOOL fConnect
        Indicates whether the conversation is currently established. A value of TRUE indicates the conversation is established; FALSE indicates it is not.
      • dwTime

        public WinDef.DWORD dwTime
        The Windows time at which the conversation was established or terminated. Windows time is the number of milliseconds that have elapsed since the system was booted.
      • hTask

        public WinNT.HANDLE hTask
        A handle to a task (application instance) that is a partner in the conversation.
      • hszSvc

        public Ddeml.HSZ hszSvc
        A handle to the service name on which the conversation is established.
      • hszTopic

        public Ddeml.HSZ hszTopic
        A handle to the topic name on which the conversation is established.
      • hConvClient

        public Ddeml.HCONV hConvClient
        A handle to the client conversation.
      • hConvServer

        public Ddeml.HCONV hConvServer
        A handle to the server conversation.
    • Constructor Detail


        public MONCONVSTRUCT()
JNA API 5.10.0

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