OK, thanks for the info. For now, the Enum function will return the
information I need, but it is not very efficient.
I have done a bunch of packet captures on QueryValue and the desired values
are being returned in the reply, it is just not getting loaded back into the
..out. structure and a bunch of bytes are being ignored. I need to read more
of the code to better understand how the IDL drives the parsing of the
Behalf Of Jelmer Vernooij
Sent: Monday, November 29, 2004 7:05 PM
To: Tim Potter
Cc: [email]firstname.lastname@example.org[/email]; Karl Melcher
Subject: Re: dcerpc_winreg_QueryValue
On Tue, Nov 30, 2004 at 11:02:34AM +1100, Tim Potter wrote about 'Re:
> On Mon, Nov 29, 2004 at 06:21:52AM -0500, Karl Melcher wrote:[color=green]
> > There is no torture test to reference for this call. I only need 1[/color][/color]
> > using Enum would be overkill. Is dcerpc_winreg_QueryValue known to be
> > currently working or still under development?[/color][/color]
> At this stage in the development of samba4, the lack of a torture test
> for a rpc function is usually an indication that the idl is broken.
> Sorry. I think Jelmer might have a better idea of what the story is.[/color]
Yeah, this one doesn't work yet - I still have to look at it..
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