IBackgroundCopyManager::CreateJob method (bits.h)
Creates a job.
HRESULT CreateJob( [in] LPCWSTR DisplayName, [in] BG_JOB_TYPE Type, [out] GUID *pJobId, [out] IBackgroundCopyJob **ppJob );
Null-terminated string that contains a display name for the job. Typically, the display name is used to identify the job in a user interface. Note that more than one job may have the same display name. Must not be NULL. The name is limited to 256 characters, not including the null terminator.
Type of transfer job, such as BG_JOB_TYPE_DOWNLOAD. For a list of transfer types, see the BG_JOB_TYPE enumeration.
Uniquely identifies your job in the queue. Use this identifier when you call the IBackgroundCopyManager::GetJob method to get a job from the queue.
An IBackgroundCopyJob interface pointer that you use to modify the job's properties and specify the files to be transferred. To activate the job in the queue, call the IBackgroundCopyJob::Resume method. Release ppJob when done.
This method returns the following HRESULT values, as well as others.
||Successfully generated the new job.|
||The display name is too long.|
||The MaxJobsPerMachine Group Policy setting determines how many jobs can be created on the computer. Adding this job exceeds the MaxJobsPerMachine limit.|
||The MaxJobsPerUser Group Policy setting determines how many jobs a user can create. Adding this job exceeds the MaxJobsPerUser limit.|
By default, BITS supports a maximum of 300 jobs at one time. A single user can create a maximum of 60 jobs at one time. The user limit does not apply to administrators or service accounts. To change these defaults, set the MaxJobsPerMachine and MaxJobsPerUser group policies, respectively.
Prior to Windows Vista: There is no limit on the number of jobs that BITS supports or that a user can create.
For scalability concerns, see Best Practices When Using BITS.
For an example that creates a new job, see Creating a Job.
|Minimum supported client||Windows XP|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2003|