Re: Using CreateTimerQueueTimer
"Mubashir Khan" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
i guess u remove the CALLBACK macro from your method defination ... as that
may be replaced by __stdcall*
"sandy84" <email@example.com> wrote in message
I want to create a Windows NT Service which will delete records on
timely interval. So I am using ATL wizard generated code by using
windows services option. In Run() function I want to call the function
which will delete the record on timely interval. So for that the code
is as follows:
m_hStop = ::CreateEvent(0, TRUE, FALSE, 0);
CreateTimerQueueTimer(&hTimerQTimer, NULL, DeleteRecords, NULL, 1000,
if (::WaitForSingleObject (m_hStop, INFINITE) == WAIT_OBJECT_0)
DeleteTimerQueueTimer(NULL, hTimerQTimer, NULL);
where DeleteRecords is the function which is callback function. I am
setting event m_hStop in Handler() function for stop and shutdown. Is
this the right implementation or a better mechanism is possible to
achieve this same thing? Also is it possible that the function
DeleteRecords is member function of some class? Because when I make it
a member function of some class then I get following error:
error C2664: 'CreateTimerQueueTimer' : cannot convert parameter 3 from
'void (void *,unsigned char)' to 'void (__stdcall *)(void *,unsigned
char)' None of the functions with this name in scope match the target
Really, you should take the function address rather than letting the name
decay to a function pointer... it will make the error message clearer.
Curretly DeleteRecords is defined as:
VOID CALLBACK DeleteRecords(PVOID pvContext, BOOLEAN fTimeout)
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