ITPhone::EnumeratePreferredAddresses method (tapi3if.h)

The EnumeratePreferredAddresses method enumerates the preferred addresses for the phone object. The application does not have to call ITPhone::Open before executing this method.

This method is intended for C/C++ applications. Visual Basic and scripting applications must use the get_Addresses method.

Syntax

HRESULT EnumeratePreferredAddresses(
  [out] IEnumAddress **ppEnumAddress
);

Parameters

[out] ppEnumAddress

Pointer to a location where, on success, the method places a pointer to an enumeration object that contains the list of addresses. For more information, see the following Remarks section.

Return value

This method can return one of these values.

Value Meaning
S_OK
Method succeeded.
E_POINTER
The ppEnumAddress parameter is not a valid pointer.
E_OUTOFMEMORY
There is not enough memory to allocate the enumeration object.

Remarks

If there are no usable addresses present on the system, this method produces an empty enumeration and returns S_OK.

A phone device declares itself as being preferred to an address or set of addresses by returning address/line IDs using the TAPI 2.x phoneGetID function with device class tapi/line.

Although the phoneGetID function requires the handle to an open phone device, the application does not have to call the ITPhone::Open method before calling EnumeratePreferredAddresses. This is because the implementation of the phone object can open the phone and call phoneGetID during TAPI initialization or when a new phone object appears.

TAPI calls the AddRef method on the IEnumAddress interface returned by ITPhone::EnumeratePreferredAddresses. The application must call Release on the IEnumAddress interface to free resources associated with it.

Requirements

   
Target Platform Windows
Header tapi3if.h (include Tapi3.h)
Library Uuid.lib
DLL Tapi3.dll

See also

EnumerateAddresses

IEnumAddress

ITPhone

phoneGetID