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This function initiates a client query that is constrained by the information contained within a WSAQUERYSET (Bluetooth) structure. This function returns a handle that is used by the WSALookupServiceNext (Bluetooth) function.
This function is actually a Winsock function. However, the information that is presented in it is specific to Bluetooth.
INT WSALookupServiceBegin( LPWSAQUERYSET pQuerySet, DWORD dwFlags, LPHANDLE lphLookup );
[in] Pointer to the search criteria.
[in] The following table shows a list of flags for this parameter.
Specifies that device discovery is to be performed. If this flag is not set, service discovery will be performed instead.
Searches the local SDP database. Clear this flag to search for services on a peer device.
[out] Handle to be used when calling the WSALookupServiceNext (Bluetooth) function to start retrieving the results set.
If LUP_CONTAINERS is set, SDP performs a device inquiry to find other Bluetooth devices in the area. This function performs the query. The WSALookupServiceNext function retrieves the results one device at a time.
You can specify extra parameters for device inquiries by having the lpsqRestriction->IpBlob point to a BTHNS_INQUIRYBLOB structure.
If LUP_CONTAINERS is not set, an SDP service search is performed. The lpsqRestrictions->IpBlob must point to a BTHNS_RESTRICTIONBLOB data structure.
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