|Microsoft DirectX 9.0|
A placeholder name for an optional callback function supplied by the setup program. If present, it is called once for each step in the setup process.
DWORD Reason, DWORD MsgType, char *szMessage, char *szName, void *pInfo );
- Reason for the callback. It can be one of the following values:
- DirectXSetup is about to begin installing Microsoft?DirectX?components. The system will be checked for the DirectX version, operating system, system language, and disk space requirements.
- DirectXSetup is about to begin installing DirectX components.
- An internal error has occurred. Setup of the DirectX component or device driver has failed.
- No message to be displayed. The callback function should return.
- Reporting the progress of the runtime installation, which includes initializing, extracting, copying, and finalizing DirectSetup files.
- DirectSetup has detected that one or more DirectX components are disabled.
- Flags that control the display of a message box. These flags can be passed as the uType parameter to the MessageBox function. An exception is when MsgType is 0. In that case, the setup program can display status information but should not wait for input from the user.
- Pointer to a localized character string containing error or status messages that can be displayed in a dialog box created with the MessageBox function.
- NULL and can be ignored.
- Pointer to the address of a structure containing upgrade information. When Reason is DSETUP_CB_MSG_PROGRESS, the setup program supplies the current state of installation. In this case, pInfo points to a DSETUP_CB_PROGRESS structure containing information about the phase of the installation.
The return value should be the same as the value that would be returned by the MessageBox function, with one exception. If this function returns 0, the DirectXSetup function performs the default action for upgrade of the DirectX component or driver.
The name of DirectXSetupCallbackFunction is supplied by the setup program. The DirectXSetupSetCallback function is used to pass the address of the callback function to DirectSetup.
If MsgType is 0, the setup program can display status information but it should not wait for user input. In this case, the function returns IDOK.
If Reason is DSETUP_CB_MSG_WARNING_DISABLED_COMPONENT, direct the user to the DirectX Diagnostic Tool for more information about enabling DirectX components. It is typical for components such as Microsoft Direct3D?to be disabled on Microsoft Windows?servers.
Header dsetup.h Import library None Minimum operating systems Windows 98