- Note This interface is available only on Windows Server 2003, Enterprise Edition; Windows Server 2003, Datacenter Edition; and Windows Server 2008.
A command context contains name-value pairs that describe a request issued by a client and the response issued by the server. The server creates a command context entry for each line in a request or response header, and the IWMSCommandContext interface provides methods for retrieving or deleting the request or response. In addition to the methods inherited from IUnknown, the IWMSCommandContext interface exposes the following methods.
|EraseCommandRequest||Deletes a client request by erasing all of the name-value pairs in the command context.|
|EraseCommandResponse||Deletes a server response by erasing all of the name-value pairs in the command context.|
|GetCommandRequest||Retrieves a pointer to an IWMSContext interface containing a command request context. You can use the pointer to retrieve name-value pairs that describe a client request.|
|GetCommandResponse||Retrieves a pointer to an IWMSContext interface containing a command context. You can use the pointer to retrieve name-value pairs that describe a server response.|
|GetPlaylistGenerationID||Reserved for internal use.|
|SetPlaylistGenerationID||Reserved for internal use.|