ISimilarity::CreateTable method (msrdc.h)
Creates or opens a similarity traits table and a similarity file ID table.
HRESULT CreateTable( [in] wchar_t *path, [in] BOOL truncate, [in] BYTE *securityDescriptor, [in] DWORD recordSize, [out] RdcCreatedTables *isNew );
A pointer to a null-terminated string that specifies the name of the file that will contain the tables. The similarity traits table and the similarity file ID table will be created in two alternate file streams of this file. For more information, see the path parameter of the ISimilarityFileIdTable::CreateTable and ISimilarityTraitsTable::CreateTable methods.
TRUE if a new similarity traits table and a new similarity file ID table should always be created or truncated. If FALSE is specified and these tables exist and are valid, they may be used; otherwise, if one of the tables is not valid or does not exist, any existing tables are overwritten.
A pointer to a security descriptor to use when opening the file. If this parameter is NULL, the file is assigned a default security descriptor. The access control lists (ACL) in the file's default security descriptor are inherited from the file's parent directory. For more information, see the lpSecurityAttributes parameter of the CreateFile function.
The size, in bytes, of each file ID to be stored in the similarity file id table. All similarity file IDs must be the same size. The valid range is from SimilarityFileIdMinSize to SimilarityFileIdMaxSize. If existing tables are being opened, the value of this parameter must match the file ID size of the existing similarity file ID table. Otherwise, the existing tables are assumed to be not valid and will be overwritten.
A pointer to a variable that receives an RdcCreatedTables enumeration value that describes the state of the tables. If new tables are created, this variable receives RDCTABLE_New. If existing tables are used, this variable receives RDCTABLE_Existing. If this method fails, this variable receives RDCTABLE_InvalidOrUnknown.
If this method succeeds, it returns S_OK. Otherwise, it returns an HRESULT error code.
If one of the tables can be created or opened successfully, but the other one cannot, both tables are marked as not valid, and the variable that the isNew parameter points to receives RDCTABLE_InvalidOrUnknown.
|Minimum supported client||Windows Vista|
|Minimum supported server||Windows Server 2008|