The SetSelection method selects one of the inputs of the input selector.
HRESULT SetSelection( UINT nIdSelect, LPCGUID pguidEventContext );
[in] The new selector input. The caller should set this parameter to the local ID of a part that has a direct link to one of the selector inputs.
[in] Context value for the IControlChangeNotify::OnNotify method. This parameter points to an event-context GUID. If the SetSelection call changes the state of the input-selector control, all clients that have registered IControlChangeNotify interfaces with that control receive notifications. In its implementation of the OnNotify method, a client can inspect the event-context GUID to discover whether it or another client is the source of the control-change event. If the caller supplies a NULL pointer for this parameter, the client's notification method receives a NULL context pointer.
If the method succeeds, it returns S_OK. If it fails, possible return codes include, but are not limited to, the values shown in the following table.
|E_INVALIDARG||Parameter nIdSelect is not the local ID of a part at a selector input.|
|E_OUTOFMEMORY||Out of memory.|
A local ID is a number that uniquely identifies a part among all parts in a device topology. To obtain the local ID of a part, call the IPart::GetLocalId method on the part object.
For a code example that calls the SetSelection method, see the implementation of the SelectCaptureDevice function in Device Topologies.
Client: Windows Vista
Header: Include Devicetopology.h.