This header is used by usbref. For more information, see:
ursdevice.h contains the following programming interfaces:
Initializes a URS_CONFIG structure.
Initializes a framework device object to support operations related to a USB dual-role controller and registers the relevant event callback functions with the USB dual-role controller class extension.
Learn how this function initializes device initialization operations when the Plug and Play (PnP) manager reports the existence of a device.
Appends the specified resource descriptor to the specified I/O resource list object that maintains resource descriptors for the host or function role.
Notifies the USB dual-role class extension about a new hardware event.
Indicates the client driver's support for reporting new hardware events.
Registers and deletes the client driver's registration with the power management framework (PoFx).
The USB dual-role class extension invokes this callback to allow the client driver to insert the resources from the resource-requirements-list object to resource lists that will be used during the life time of each role.
The URS class extension invokes this event callback when it requires the client driver to change the role of the controller.
Contains pointers to event callback functions implemented by the URS client driver for a USB dual-role controller. Initialize this structure by calling URS_CONFIG_INIT.