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#ifndef UPNP_H
#define UPNP_H


/*!
 * \file
 *
 * \defgroup UPnPAPI UPnP API
 * 
 * @{
 */


#include "ixml.h"
#include "upnpconfig.h"
#include "UpnpGlobal.h"
#include "UpnpInet.h"


/*
 * \todo Document the exact reason of these include files and solve this
 * include mess in an include file like UpnpTime.h
 */
#ifdef WIN32
      #include <time.h>
#elif (defined(BSD) && BSD >= 199306)
      #include <time.h>
#else
      /* Other systems ??? */
#endif


#ifdef WIN32
      /* Do not #include <sys/param.h> */
#else
      #include <sys/param.h>
#endif


#ifdef WIN32
      #include <iphlpapi.h>
#else
      #define SOCKET int
      #define INVALID_SOCKET (SOCKET)(~0)
#endif


#ifdef WIN32
      #define UpnpCloseSocket closesocket
      #define fseeko fseek
#else
      #define UpnpCloseSocket close
#endif


#define NUM_HANDLE 200
#define LINE_SIZE  180
#define NAME_SIZE  256
#define MNFT_NAME_SIZE  64
#define MODL_NAME_SIZE  32
#define SERL_NUMR_SIZE  64
#define MODL_DESC_SIZE  64
#define UPNP_INFINITE         -1
#define UPNP_USING_CHUNKED    -3
#define UPNP_UNTIL_CLOSE      -4


/*!
 * \name Error codes 
 *
 * The functions in the SDK API can return a variety of error 
 * codes to describe problems encountered during execution.  This section 
 * lists the error codes and provides a brief description of what each error 
 * code means.  Refer to the documentation for each function for a 
 * description of what an error code means in that context.
 *
 * @{
 */

/*!
 * \brief The operation completed successfully.
 *
 * For asynchronous functions, this only means that the packet generated by 
 * the operation was successfully transmitted on the network.  The result of 
 * the entire operation comes as part of the callback for that operation.
 */
00119 #define UPNP_E_SUCCESS              0

/*!
 * \brief The handle passed to a function is not a recognized as a valid handle.
 */
00124 #define UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE       -100

/*!
 * \brief One or more of the parameters passed to the function is not valid.
 *
 * Refer to the documentation for each function for more information on the
 * valid ranges of the parameters.
 */
00132 #define UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM        -101

/*!
 * \brief The SDK does not have any more space for additional handles.
 *
 * The SDK allocates space for only a few handles in order to conserve memory.
 */
00139 #define UPNP_E_OUTOF_HANDLE         -102

#define UPNP_E_OUTOF_CONTEXT        -103

/*!
 * \brief Not enough resources are currently available to complete the operation.
 *
 * Most operations require some free memory in order to complete their work.
 */
00148 #define UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY         -104

/*!
 * \brief The SDK has already been initialized.
 *
 * The SDK needs to be initialied only once per process. Any additional
 * initialization attempts simply return this error with no other ill effects.
 */
00156 #define UPNP_E_INIT                 -105

#define UPNP_E_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL           -106

/*!
 * \brief The description document passed to \b UpnpRegisterRootDevice or
 * \b UpnpRegisterRootDevice2 is invalid.
 */
00164 #define UPNP_E_INVALID_DESC         -107

/*!
 * \brief An URL passed into the function is invalid.
 *
 * The actual cause is function specific, but in general, the URL itself
 * might be malformed (e.g. have invalid characters in it) or the host might
 * be unreachable.
 */
00173 #define UPNP_E_INVALID_URL          -108

#define UPNP_E_INVALID_SID          -109

#define UPNP_E_INVALID_DEVICE       -110

/*!
 * \brief The device ID/service ID pair does not refer to a valid service.
 *
 * Returned only by \b UpnpNotify, \b UpnpNotifyExt, \b UpnpAcceptSubscription,
 * and \b UpnpAcceptSubscriptionExt.
 */
00185 #define UPNP_E_INVALID_SERVICE            -111

/*!
 * \brief The response received from the remote side of a connection is not correct
 * for the protocol.
 *
 * This applies to the GENA, SOAP, and HTTP protocols.
 */
00193 #define UPNP_E_BAD_RESPONSE         -113

#define UPNP_E_BAD_REQUEST          -114

/*!
 * \brief The SOAP action message is invalid.
 *
 * This can be because the DOM document passed to the function was malformed or
 * the action message is not correct for the given action.
 */
00203 #define UPNP_E_INVALID_ACTION       -115

/*!
 * \brief \b UpnpInit has not been called, or \b UpnpFinish has already been called.
 *
 * None of the API functions operate until \b UpnpInit successfully completes.
 */
00210 #define UPNP_E_FINISH               -116

/*!
 * \brief \b UpnpInit cannot complete.  
 *
 * The typical reason is failure to allocate sufficient resources.
 */
00217 #define UPNP_E_INIT_FAILED          -117

/*!
 * \brief The URL passed into a function is too long.
 *
 * The SDK limits URLs to 180 characters in length.  
 */
00224 #define UPNP_E_URL_TOO_BIG          -118

/*!
 * \brief The HTTP message contains invalid message headers.
 *
 * The error always refers to the HTTP message header received from the remote
 * host.  The main areas where this occurs are in SOAP control messages (e.g.
 * \b UpnpSendAction), GENA subscription message (e.g. \b UpnpSubscribe),
 * GENA event notifications (e.g. \b UpnpNotify), and HTTP transfers (e.g.
 * \b UpnpDownloadXmlDoc).
 */
00235 #define UPNP_E_BAD_HTTPMSG          -119

/*!
 * \brief A client or a device is already registered.
 *
 * The SDK currently has a limit of one registered client and one registered
 * device per process.
 */
00243 #define UPNP_E_ALREADY_REGISTERED   -120

/*!
 * \brief The interface provided to \b UpnpInit2 is unknown or does not have a valid
 * IPv4 or IPv6 address configured.
 */
00249 #define UPNP_E_INVALID_INTERFACE    -121

/*!
 * \brief A network error occurred.
 *
 * It is the generic error code for network problems that are not covered under
 * one of the more specific error codes.  The typical meaning is the SDK failed
 * to read the local IP address or had problems configuring one of the sockets.
 */
00258 #define UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR        -200

/*!
 * \brief An error happened while writing to a socket.
 *
 * This occurs in any function that makes network connections, such as discovery
 * (e.g. \b UpnpSearchAsync or \b UpnpSendAdvertisement), control (e.g. 
 * \b UpnpSendAction), eventing (e.g. \b UpnpNotify), and HTTP functions (e.g.
 * \b UpnpDownloadXmlDoc).
 */
00268 #define UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE         -201

/*!
 * \brief An error happened while reading from a socket.
 *
 * This occurs in any function that makes network connections, such as discovery
 * (e.g. \b UpnpSearchAsync or \b UpnpSendAdvertisement), control (e.g.
 * \b UpnpSendAction), eventing (e.g. \b UpnpNotify), and HTTP functions (e.g.
 * \b UpnpDownloadXmlDoc).
 */
00278 #define UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ          -202

/*!
 * \brief The SDK had a problem binding a socket to a network interface.
 *
 * This occurs in any function that makes network connections, such as discovery
 * (e.g. \b UpnpSearchAsync or \b UpnpSendAdvertisement), control (e.g.
 * \b UpnpSendAction), eventing (e.g. \b UpnpNotify), and HTTP functions (e.g. 
 * \b UpnpDownloadXmlDoc).
 */
00288 #define UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND          -203

/*!
 * \brief The SDK had a problem connecting to a remote host.
 *
 * This occurs in any function that makes network connections, such as discovery
 * (e.g. \b UpnpSearchAsync or \b UpnpSendAdvertisement), control (e.g.
 * \b UpnpSendAction), eventing (e.g. \b UpnpNotify), and HTTP functions (e.g. 
 * \b UpnpDownloadXmlDoc).
 */
00298 #define UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT       -204

/*!
 * \brief The SDK cannot create any more sockets.
 *
 * This occurs in any function that makes network connections, such as discovery
 * (e.g. \b UpnpSearchAsync or \b UpnpSendAdvertisement), control (e.g.
 * \b UpnpSendAction), eventing (e.g. \b UpnpNotify), and HTTP functions (e.g. 
 * \b UpnpDownloadXmlDoc).
 */
00308 #define UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET         -205

/*!
 * \brief The SDK had a problem setting the socket to listen for incoming
 * connections.
 *
 * This error only happens during initialization (i.e. \b UpnpInit).
 */
00316 #define UPNP_E_LISTEN               -206

/*!
 * \brief Too much time elapsed before the required number of bytes were sent
 * or received over a socket.
 *
 * This error can be returned by any function that performs network operations.
 */
00324 #define UPNP_E_TIMEDOUT             -207

/*!
 * \brief Generic socket error code for conditions not covered by other error
 * codes.
 *
 * This error can be returned by any function that performs network operations.
 */
00332 #define UPNP_E_SOCKET_ERROR         -208

#define UPNP_E_FILE_WRITE_ERROR           -209

/*! \brief The operation was canceled.
 *
 * This error can be returned by any function that allows for external cancelation.
 */
00340 #define UPNP_E_CANCELED             -210

#define UPNP_E_EVENT_PROTOCOL       -300

/*!
 * \brief A subscription request was rejected from the remote side.  
 */
00347 #define UPNP_E_SUBSCRIBE_UNACCEPTED -301

/*!
 * \brief An unsubscribe request was rejected from the remote side.
 */
00352 #define UPNP_E_UNSUBSCRIBE_UNACCEPTED     -302

/*!
 * \brief The remote host did not accept the notify sent from the local device.
 */
00357 #define UPNP_E_NOTIFY_UNACCEPTED    -303

/*!
 * \brief One or more of the parameters passed to a function is invalid.
 *
 * Refer to the individual function descriptions for the acceptable ranges for
 * parameters.
 */
00365 #define UPNP_E_INVALID_ARGUMENT           -501

/*!
 * \brief The filename passed to one of the device registration functions was
 * not found or was not accessible.
 */
00371 #define UPNP_E_FILE_NOT_FOUND       -502

/*!
 * \brief An error happened while reading a file.
 */
00376 #define UPNP_E_FILE_READ_ERROR            -503

/*!
 * \brief The file name of the description document passed to
 * \b UpnpRegisterRootDevice2 does not end in ".xml".
 */
00382 #define UPNP_E_EXT_NOT_XML          -504

#define UPNP_E_NO_WEB_SERVER        -505
#define UPNP_E_OUTOF_BOUNDS         -506

/*!
 * \brief The response to a SOAP request did not contain the required XML
 * constructs.  
 */
00391 #define UPNP_E_NOT_FOUND            -507

/*!
 * \brief Generic error code for internal conditions not covered by other
 * error codes.
 */
00397 #define UPNP_E_INTERNAL_ERROR       -911

/* SOAP-related error codes */
#define UPNP_SOAP_E_INVALID_ACTION  401
#define UPNP_SOAP_E_INVALID_ARGS    402
#define UPNP_SOAP_E_OUT_OF_SYNC           403
#define UPNP_SOAP_E_INVALID_VAR           404
#define UPNP_SOAP_E_ACTION_FAILED   501

/* @} ErrorCodes */

#ifndef OUT
#define OUT
#endif

#ifndef IN
#define IN
#endif

#ifndef INOUT
#define INOUT
#endif


/* 
 * Opaque data structures. The following includes are data structures that
 * must be externally visible. Since version 1.8.0, only an opaque typedef
 * is visible from the outside world. Any operation on these data types
 * must be done using the appropriate interface functions.
 *
 * This policy has the great advantage that it is now possible to change
 * the internal implementation of these data structures without breaking
 * the API.
 */
#include "ActionComplete.h"
#include "ActionRequest.h"
#include "Discovery.h"
#include "Event.h"
#include "EventSubscribe.h"
#include "FileInfo.h"
#include "StateVarComplete.h"
#include "StateVarRequest.h"
#include "SubscriptionRequest.h"


/*!
 * \name Constants and Types
 *
 * @{
 */

enum UpnpOpenFileMode
{
      UPNP_READ,
      UPNP_WRITE
};

/*!
 * \brief Returned when a control point application registers with
 * \b UpnpRegisterClient.
 *
 * Client handles can only be used with functions that operate with a client
 * handle.
 */
00461 typedef int  UpnpClient_Handle;

/*!
 * \brief Returned when a device application registers with
 * \b UpnpRegisterRootDevice or \b UpnpRegisterRootDevice2.
 *
 * Device handles can only be used with functions that operate with a device
 * handle.
 */
00470 typedef int  UpnpDevice_Handle;

/*!
 * \brief The reason code for an event callback.
 *
 * The \b Event parameter will be different depending on the reason for the
 * callback. The descriptions for each event type describe the contents of the
 * \b Event parameter.
 */
00479 enum Upnp_EventType_e {
      /*
       * Control callbacks
       */

      /*! Received by a device when a control point issues a control
       * request.  The \b Event parameter contains a pointer to a \b
       * UpnpActionRequest structure containing the action.  The application
       * stores the results of the action in this structure. */
00488       UPNP_CONTROL_ACTION_REQUEST,

      /*! A \b UpnpSendActionAsync call completed. The \b Event
       * parameter contains a pointer to a \b UpnpActionComplete structure
       * with the results of the action.  */
00493       UPNP_CONTROL_ACTION_COMPLETE,

      /*! Received by a device when a query for a single service variable
       * arrives.  The \b Event parameter contains a pointer to a \b
       * UpnpStateVarRequest structure containing the name of the variable
       * and value.  */
00499       UPNP_CONTROL_GET_VAR_REQUEST,

      /*! A \b UpnpGetServiceVarStatus call completed. The \b Event
       * parameter contains a pointer to a \b UpnpStateVarComplete structure
       * containing the value for the variable.  */
00504       UPNP_CONTROL_GET_VAR_COMPLETE,

      /*
       * Discovery callbacks
       */

      /*! Received by a control point when a new device or service is available.  
       * The \b Event parameter contains a pointer to a \b
       * UpnpDiscovery structure with the information about the device
       * or service.  */
00514       UPNP_DISCOVERY_ADVERTISEMENT_ALIVE,

      /*! Received by a control point when a device or service shuts down. The \b
       * Event parameter contains a pointer to a \b UpnpDiscovery
       * structure containing the information about the device or
       * service.  */
00520       UPNP_DISCOVERY_ADVERTISEMENT_BYEBYE,

      /*! Received by a control point when a matching device or service responds.
       * The \b Event parameter contains a pointer to a \b
       * UpnpDiscovery structure containing the information about
       * the reply to the search request.  */
00526       UPNP_DISCOVERY_SEARCH_RESULT,

      /*! Received by a control point when the search timeout expires.  The
       * SDK generates no more callbacks for this search after this 
       * event.  The \b Event parameter is \c NULL.  */
00531       UPNP_DISCOVERY_SEARCH_TIMEOUT,

      /*
       * Eventing callbacks
       */

      /*! Received by a device when a subscription arrives.
       * The \b Event parameter contains a pointer to a \b
       * UpnpSubscriptionRequest structure.  At this point, the
       * subscription has already been accepted.  \b UpnpAcceptSubscription
       * needs to be called to confirm the subscription and transmit the
       * initial state table.  This can be done during this callback.  The SDK
       * generates no events for a subscription unless the device 
       * application calls \b UpnpAcceptSubscription.
       */
00546       UPNP_EVENT_SUBSCRIPTION_REQUEST,

      /*! Received by a control point when an event arrives. The \b
       * Event parameter contains a \b UpnpEvent structure
       * with the information about the event.  */
00551       UPNP_EVENT_RECEIVED,

      /*! A \b UpnpRenewSubscriptionAsync call completed. The status of
       * the renewal is in the \b Event parameter as a \b
       * Upnp_Event_Subscription structure.  */
00556       UPNP_EVENT_RENEWAL_COMPLETE,

      /*! A \b UpnpSubscribeAsync call completed. The status of the
       * subscription is in the \b Event parameter as a \b
       * Upnp_Event_Subscription structure.  */
00561       UPNP_EVENT_SUBSCRIBE_COMPLETE,

      /*! A \b UpnpUnSubscribeAsync call completed. The status of the
       * subscription is in the \b Event parameter as a \b
       * UpnpEventSubscribe structure.  */
00566       UPNP_EVENT_UNSUBSCRIBE_COMPLETE,

      /*! The auto-renewal of a client subscription failed.   
       * The \b Event parameter is a \b UpnpEventSubscribe structure 
       * with the error code set appropriately. The subscription is no longer 
       * valid. */
00572       UPNP_EVENT_AUTORENEWAL_FAILED,

      /*! A client subscription has expired. This will only occur 
       * if auto-renewal of subscriptions is disabled.
       * The \b Event parameter is a \b UpnpEventSubscribe
       * structure. The subscription is no longer valid. */
00578       UPNP_EVENT_SUBSCRIPTION_EXPIRED
};

typedef enum Upnp_EventType_e Upnp_EventType;

/*!
 * \brief Holds the subscription identifier for a subscription between a
 * client and a device.
 *
 * The SID is a string representation of a globally unique id (GUID) and should
 * not be modified.
 */
00590 typedef char Upnp_SID[44];

/*!
 * \brief Represents the different types of searches that can be performed
 * using the SDK for UPnP Devices API.
 *
 * By specifying these different values to \b UpnpSearchAsync, the control
 * point application can control the scope of the search from all devices
 * to specific devices or services.
 */
00600 enum Upnp_SType_e {
      /*! Search for all devices and services on the network. */
00602       UPNP_S_ALL,    

      /*! Search for all root devices on the network. */
00605       UPNP_S_ROOT,   

      /*! Search for a particular device type or a particular device instance. */
00608       UPNP_S_DEVICE, 

      /*! Search for a particular service type, possibly on a particular
       *  device type or device instance.  */
00612       UPNP_S_SERVICE 
};

typedef enum Upnp_SType_e Upnp_SType;

/*!
 * \brief Specifies the type of description in \b UpnpRegisterRootDevice2.
 *
 * These values control how \b UpnpRegisterRootDevice2 interprets the
 * \b description parameter.
 */
00623 enum Upnp_DescType_e { 
      /*! The description is the URL to the description document. */
00625       UPNPREG_URL_DESC, 
      
      /*! The description is a file name on the local file system 
          containing the description of the device. */
00629       UPNPREG_FILENAME_DESC,
    
      /*! The description is a pointer to a character array containing 
          the XML description document. */
00633       UPNPREG_BUF_DESC 
};

typedef enum Upnp_DescType_e Upnp_DescType;


/*!
 *  All callback functions share the same prototype, documented below.
 *  Note that any memory passed to the callback function
 *  is valid only during the callback and should be copied if it
 *  needs to persist.  This callback function needs to be thread
 *  safe.  The context of the callback is always on a valid thread 
 *  context and standard synchronization methods can be used.  Note, 
 *  however, because of this the callback cannot call SDK functions
 *  unless explicitly noted.
 *
 *  \verbatim
      int CallbackFxn(Upnp_EventType EventType, void *Event, void *Cookie);
    \endverbatim 
 *
 *  where \b EventType is the event that triggered the callback, 
 *  \b Event is a structure that denotes event-specific information for that
 *  event, and \b Cookie is the user data passed when the callback was
 *  registered.
 *
 *  See \b Upnp_EventType for more information on the callback values and
 *  the associated \b Event parameter.  
 *
 *  The return value of the callback is currently ignored. It may be used
 *  in the future to communicate results back to the SDK.
 */
00664 typedef int (*Upnp_FunPtr)(
      /*! [in] .*/
      Upnp_EventType EventType,
      /*! [in] .*/
      void *Event,
      /*! [in] .*/
      void *Cookie);

/* @} Constants and Types */


#ifdef __cplusplus
extern "C" {
#endif /* __cplusplus */


/*!
 * \name Initialization and Registration
 *
 * @{
 */


/*!
 * \brief Initializes the Linux SDK for UPnP Devices.
 *
 * \deprecated Kept for backwards compatibility. Use UpnpInit2 for new
 * implementations.
 *
 * This function must be called before any other API function can be called.
 * It should be called only once. Subsequent calls to this API return a
 * \c UPNP_E_INIT error code.
 *
 * Optionally, the application can specify a host IP address (in the
 * case of a multi-homed configuration) and a port number to use for
 * all UPnP operations.  Since a port number can be used only by one
 * process, multiple processes using the SDK must specify
 * different port numbers.
 *
 * If unspecified, the SDK will use the first adapter's IP address 
 * and an arbitrary port.
 *
 * This call is synchronous.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist 
 *             to initialize the SDK.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INIT: The SDK is already initialized. 
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INIT_FAILED: The SDK initialization 
 *             failed for an unknown reason.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_LISTEN: An error occurred listening to a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: An error ocurred creating a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INTERNAL_ERROR: An internal error ocurred.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpInit(
      /*! The host local IP address to use, in string format, for example
       * "192.168.0.1", or \c NULL to use the first adapter's IP address. */
      const char *HostIP,
      /*! Local Port to listen for incoming connections
       * \c NULL will pick an arbitrary free port. */
      unsigned short DestPort);


/*!
 * \brief Initializes the Linux SDK for UPnP Devices.
 *
 * This function must be called before any other API function can be called.
 * It should be called only once. Subsequent calls to this API return a
 * \c UPNP_E_INIT error code.
 *
 * Optionally, the application can specify an interface name (in the
 * case of a multi-homed configuration) and a port number to use for
 * all UPnP operations.  Since a port number can be used only by one
 * process, multiple processes using the SDK must specify
 * different port numbers.
 *
 * If unspecified, the SDK will use the first suitable interface and an 
 * arbitrary port.
 *
 * This call is synchronous.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist 
 *             to initialize the SDK.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INIT: The SDK is already initialized. 
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INIT_FAILED: The SDK initialization 
 *             failed for an unknown reason.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_LISTEN: An error occurred listening to a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: An error ocurred creating a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INTERNAL_ERROR: An internal error ocurred.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_INTERFACE: IfName is invalid or does not
 *             have a valid IPv4 or IPv6 addresss configured.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpInit2( 
      /*! The interface name to use by the UPnP SDK operations.
       * Examples: "eth0", "xl0", "Local Area Connection", \c NULL to
       * use the first suitable interface. */
      const char *IfName,
      /*!  Local Port to listen for incoming connections.
       * \c NULL will pick an arbitrary free port. */
      unsigned short DestPort);


/*!
 * \brief Terminates the Linux SDK for UPnP Devices.
 *
 * \li Checks for pending jobs and threads
 * \li Unregisters either the client or device 
 * \li Shuts down the Timer Thread
 * \li Stops the Mini Server
 * \li Uninitializes the Thread Pool
 * \li For Win32 cleans up Winsock Interface 
 * \li Cleans up mutex objects
 *
 * This function must be the last API function called. It should be called only
 * once. Subsequent calls to this API return a \c UPNP_E_FINISH error code.
 *
 *  \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_FINISH: The SDK is already terminated or 
 *                                 it is not initialized. 
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpFinish();


/*!
 * \brief Returns the internal server IPv4 UPnP listening port.
 *
 * If '0' is used as the port number in \b UpnpInit, then this function can be
 * used to retrieve the actual port allocated to the SDK.
 *
 * \return
 *    \li On success: The port on which an internal server is listening for IPv4 UPnP
 *          related requests.
 *    \li On error: 0 is returned if \b UpnpInit has not succeeded.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC unsigned short UpnpGetServerPort();


/*!
 * \brief Returns the internal server IPv6 UPnP listening port.
 *
 * If '0' is used as the port number in \b UpnpInit, then this function can be
 * used to retrieve the actual port allocated to the SDK.
 *
 * \return
 *    \li On success: The port on which an internal server is listening for IPv6 UPnP
 *          related requests.
 *    \li On error: 0 is returned if \b UpnpInit has not succeeded.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC unsigned short UpnpGetServerPort6();

/*!
 * \brief Returns the local IPv4 listening ip address.
 *
 * If \c NULL is used as the IPv4 address in \b UpnpInit, then this function can
 * be used to retrieve the actual interface address on which device is running.
 *
 * \return
 *    \li On success: The IPv4 address on which an internal server is
 *          listening for UPnP related requests.
 *    \li On error: \c NULL is returned if \b UpnpInit has not succeeded.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC char *UpnpGetServerIpAddress();


/*!
 * \brief Returns the local IPv6 listening ip address.
 *
 * If \c NULL is used as the IPv6 address in \b UpnpInit, then this function can
 * be used to retrieve the actual interface address on which device is running.
 *
 * \return
 *    \li On success: The IPv6 address on which an internal server is
 *          listening for UPnP related requests.
 *    \li On error: \c NULL is returned if \b UpnpInit has not succeeded.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC char *UpnpGetServerIp6Address();


/*!
 * \brief Registers a device application with the UPnP Library.
 *
 * A device application cannot make any other API calls until it registers
 * using this function.
 *
 * Device applications can also register as control points (see 
 * \b UpnpRegisterClient to get a control point handle to perform control
 * point functionality).
 *
 * This is a synchronous call and does not generate any callbacks. Callbacks
 * can occur as soon as this function returns.
 *
 *  \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_FINISH: The SDK is already terminated or is not
 *          initialized.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_DESC: The description document was not 
 *          a valid device description.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: The URL for the description document 
 *              is not valid.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b Callback or \b Hnd 
 *              is not a valid pointer or \b DescURL is \c NULL.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occurred.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *              to a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *              from a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting the 
 *              socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: Too many sockets are currently 
 *              allocated.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: There are insufficient resources to 
 *              register this root device.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpRegisterRootDevice(
      /*! [in] Pointer to a string containing the description URL for this root device
       * instance. */
      const char *DescUrl,
      /*! [in] Pointer to the callback function for receiving asynchronous events. */
      Upnp_FunPtr Callback,
      /*! [in] Pointer to user data returned with the callback function when invoked. */
      const void *Cookie,
      /*! [out] Pointer to a variable to store the new device handle. */
      UpnpDevice_Handle *Hnd);

/*!
 * \brief Registers a device application with the UPnP Library. Similar to
 * \b UpnpRegisterRootDevice, except that it also allows the description
 * document to be specified as a file or a memory buffer.
 *
 * The description can also be configured to have the correct IP and port
 * address.
 *
 * NOTE: For the configuration to be functional, the internal web server
 * MUST be present. In addition, the web server MUST be activated
 * (using \b UpnpSetWebServerRootDir) before calling this function.
 * The only condition where the web server can be absent is if the 
 * description document is specified as a URL and no configuration is 
 * required (i.e. <tt>config_baseURL = 0</tt>.)
 *
 * This is a synchronous call and does not generate any callbacks. Callbacks
 * can occur as soon as this function returns.
 *
 * Examples of using different types of description documents:
 * \verbatim
   1) Description specified as a URL:
         descriptionType == UPNPREG_URL_DESC
         description is the URL
         bufferLen = 0 (ignored)
   2) Description specified as a file:
         descriptionType == UPNPREG_FILENAME_DESC
         description is a filename
         bufferLen = 0 (ignored)
   3) Description specified as a memory buffer:
         descriptionType == UPNPREG_BUF_DESC
         description is pointer to a memory buffer
         bufferLen == length of memory buffer
   \endverbatim
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_FINISH: The SDK is already terminated or 
 *                                is not initialized.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_DESC: The description document is not 
 *             a valid device description.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b Callback or \b Hnd 
 *             is not a valid pointer or \b DescURL is \c NULL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occurred.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *             to a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *             from a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting the 
 *             socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: Too many sockets are currently 
 *             allocated.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: There are insufficient resources to 
 *             register this root device.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_URL_TOO_BIG: Length of the URL is bigger than the 
 *             internal buffer.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_FILE_NOT_FOUND: The description file could not 
 *             be found.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_FILE_READ_ERROR: An error occurred reading the 
 *             description file.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: The URL to the description document 
 *             is invalid.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_EXT_NOT_XML: The URL to the description document 
 *             or file should have a <tt>.xml</tt> extension.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_NO_WEB_SERVER: The internal web server has been 
 *             compiled out; the SDK cannot configure itself from the 
 *             description document.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpRegisterRootDevice2(
      /*! [in] The type of the description document. */
      Upnp_DescType descriptionType,
      /*! [in] Treated as a URL, file name or memory buffer depending on
       * description type. */
      const char* description,
      /*! [in] The length of memory buffer if passing a description in a buffer,
       * otherwise it is ignored. */
      size_t bufferLen,
      /*! [in] If nonzero, \c URLBase of description document is configured and
       * the description is served using the internal web server. */
      int config_baseURL,
      /*! [in] Pointer to the callback function for receiving asynchronous events. */
      Upnp_FunPtr Fun,
      /*! [in] Pointer to user data returned with the callback function when
       * invoked. */
      const void* Cookie,
      /*! [out] Pointer to a variable to store the new device handle. */
      UpnpDevice_Handle* Hnd);


/*!
 * \brief Registers a device application for a specific address family with
 * the UPnP library.
 *
 * A device application cannot make any other API calls until it registers
 * using this function. Device applications can also register as control
 * points (see \b UpnpRegisterClient to get a control point handle to perform
 * control point functionality).
 *
 * This is synchronous and does not generate any callbacks. Callbacks can occur
 * as soon as this function returns.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_FINISH: The SDK is already terminated or 
 *                                is not initialized. 
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_DESC: The description document was not 
 *             a valid device description.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: The URL for the description document 
 *             is not valid.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b Callback or \b Hnd 
 *             is not a valid pointer or \b DescURL is \c NULL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occurred.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *             to a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *             from a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting the 
 *             socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: Too many sockets are currently 
 *             allocated.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: There are insufficient resources to 
 *             register this root device.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpRegisterRootDevice3(
      /*! [in] Pointer to a string containing the description URL for this root
       * device instance. */
      const char *DescUrl,
      /*! [in] Pointer to the callback function for receiving asynchronous events. */
      Upnp_FunPtr Callback,
      /*! [in] Pointer to user data returned with the callback function when invoked. */
      const void *Cookie,
      /*! [out] Pointer to a variable to store the new device handle. */
      UpnpDevice_Handle *Hnd,
      /*! [in] Address family of this device. Can be AF_INET for an IPv4 device, or
       * AF_INET6 for an IPv6 device. Defaults to AF_INET. */
      const int  AddressFamily);


/*!
 * \brief Unregisters a root device registered with \b UpnpRegisterRootDevice or
 * \b UpnpRegisterRootDevice2.
 *
 * After this call, the \b UpnpDevice_Handle is no longer valid. For all
 * advertisements that have not yet expired, the SDK sends a device unavailable
 * message automatically.
 *
 * This is a synchronous call and generates no callbacks. Once this call
 * returns, the SDK will no longer generate callbacks to the application.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid device handle.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpUnRegisterRootDevice(
      /*! [in] The handle of the root device instance to unregister. */
      UpnpDevice_Handle Hnd);


/*!
 * \brief Registers a control point application with the UPnP Library.
 *
 * A control point application cannot make any other API calls until it
 * registers using this function.
 *
 * \b UpnpRegisterClient is a synchronous call and generates no callbacks.
 * Callbacks can occur as soon as this function returns.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_FINISH: The SDK is already terminated or 
 *                            is not initialized. 
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b Callback or \b Hnd 
 *              is not a valid pointer.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *              register this control point.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpRegisterClient(
      /*! [in] Pointer to a function for receiving asynchronous events. */
      Upnp_FunPtr Callback,
      /*! [in] Pointer to user data returned with the callback function when invoked. */
      const void *Cookie,
      /*! [out] Pointer to a variable to store the new control point handle. */
      UpnpClient_Handle *Hnd);


/*!
 * \brief Unregisters a control point application, unsubscribing all active
 * subscriptions.
 *
 * This function unregisters a client registered with UpnpRegisterclient or
 * UpnpRegisterclient2. After this call, the \b UpnpClient_Handle is no longer
 * valid. The UPnP Library generates no more callbacks after this function
 * returns.
 *
 * \b UpnpUnRegisterClient is a synchronous call and generates no
 * callbacks.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control point handle.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpUnRegisterClient(
      /*! [in] The handle of the control point instance to unregister. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd);


/*!
 * \deprecated Use \b UpnpSetMaxContentLength instead.
 *
 * Warning: the Handle argument provided here is not used, so the effect
 * of this function is global to the SDK (= same as \b UpnpSetMaxContentLength).
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSetContentLength(
      /*! [in] The handle of the device instance for which the coincoming content
       * length needs to be set. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] Permissible content length */
      int contentLength);


/*!
 * \brief Sets the maximum content-length that the SDK will process on an
 * incoming SOAP requests or responses.
 *
 * This API allows devices that have memory constraints to exhibit consistent
 * behaviour if the size of the incoming SOAP message exceeds the memory that
 * device can allocate.
 *
 * The default maximum content-length is \c DEFAULT_SOAP_CONTENT_LENGTH 
 * = 16K bytes.
 *  
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSetMaxContentLength(
      /*! [in] The maximum permissible content length for incoming SOAP actions,
       * in bytes. */
      size_t contentLength);


/* @} Initialization and Registration */


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/*!
 * \name Discovery
 *
 * @{
 */


/*!
 * \brief Searches for devices matching the given search target.
 *
 * The function returns immediately and the SDK calls the default callback
 * function, registered during the \b UpnpRegisterClient call, for each
 * matching root device, device, or service. The application specifies the
 * search type by the \b Target parameter.  
 *
 * This function searches for the devices for the provided maximum time.
 * It is an asynchronous function. It schedules a search job and returns. 
 * The client is notified about the search results after search timer.
 *
 * Note that there is no way for the SDK to distinguish which client
 * instance issued a particular search.  Therefore, the client can get
 * search callbacks that do not match the original criteria of the search.
 * Also, the application will receive multiple callbacks for each search.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: \b Target is \c NULL.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSearchAsync(
      /*! The handle of the client performing the search. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! The time, in seconds, to wait for responses. If the time is greater
       * than \c MAX_SEARCH_TIME then the time is set to \c MAX_SEARCH_TIME.
       * If the time is less than \c MIN_SEARCH_TIME then the time is set to
       * \c MIN_SEARCH_TIME. */ 
      int Mx,
      /*! The search target as defined in the UPnP Device Architecture v1.0
       * specification. */
      const char *TTarget_constarget_const,
      /*! The user data to pass when the callback function is invoked. */
      const void *Cookie_const); 

/*!
 * \brief Sends out the discovery announcements for all devices and services
 * for a device.
 *
 * Each announcement is made with the same expiration time.
 *
 * This is a synchronous call.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid 
 *             device handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: There are insufficient resources to 
 *             send future advertisements.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSendAdvertisement(
      /*! The device handle for which to send out the announcements. */
      UpnpDevice_Handle Hnd,
      /*! The expiration age, in seconds, of the announcements. */
      int Exp);


/* @} Discovery */


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/*!
 * \name Control
 *
 * @{
 */


/*!
 * \brief Queries the state of a state variable of a service on another device.
 *
 * \deprecated
 * <b>The use of this function is deprecated by the UPnP Forum</b>.
 *
 * This is a synchronous call.
 *
 * A positive return value indicates a SOAP error code, whereas a negative
 * return code indicates an SDK error code.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: \b ActionUrl is not a valid URL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_DESC: The XML document was not 
 *             found or it does not contain a valid XML description.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: \b StVarVal is not a valid 
 *             pointer or \b VarName or \b ActionUrl is \c NULL. 
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 *     \li \c UPNP_SOAP_E_INVALID_VAR: The given variable is invalid 
 *             according to the device.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpGetServiceVarStatus(
      /*! [in] The handle of the control point. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The URL of the service. */
      const char *ActionURL,
      /*! [in] The name of the variable to query. */
      const char *VarName,
      /*! [out] The pointer to store the value for \b VarName. The SDK allocates
       * this string and the caller needs to free it using
       * \b ixmlFreeDOMString. */
      DOMString *StVarVal);


/*!
 * \brief Queries the state of a variable of a service, generating a callback
 * when the operation is complete.
 *
 * \deprecated
 * <b>The use of this function is deprecated by the UPnP Forum</b>.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: The \b ActionUrl is not a valid URL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: \b VarName, \b Fun or 
 *             \b ActionUrl is not a valid pointer.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpGetServiceVarStatusAsync(
      /*! [in] The handle of the control point. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The URL of the service. */
      const char *ActionURL,
      /*! [in] The name of the variable to query. */
      const char *VarName,
      /*! [in] Pointer to a callback function to be invoked when the operation
       * is complete. */
      Upnp_FunPtr Fun,
      /*! [in] Pointer to user data to pass to the callback function when invoked. */
      const void *Cookie);


/*!
 * \brief Sends a message to change a state variable in a service.
 *
 * This is a synchronous call that does not return until the action is complete.
 * 
 * Note that a positive return value indicates a SOAP-protocol error code.
 * In this case,  the error description can be retrieved from \b RespNode.
 * A negative return value indicates an SDK error.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: \b ActionUrl is not a valid URL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ACTION: This action is not valid.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_DEVICE: \b DevUDN is not a 
 *             valid device.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: \b ServiceType, \b Action, 
 *             \b ActionUrl, or 
 *             \b RespNode is not a valid pointer.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSendAction(
      /*! [in] The handle of the control point sending the action. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The action URL of the service. */
      const char *ActionURL,
      /*! [in] The type of the service. */
      const char *ServiceType,
      /*! [in] This parameter is ignored and must be \c NULL. */
      const char *DevUDN,
      /*! [in] The DOM document for the action. */
      IXML_Document *Action,
      /*! [out] The DOM document for the response to the action. The SDK allocates
       * this document and the caller needs to free it. */
      IXML_Document **RespNode);


/*!
 * \brief Sends a message to change a state variable in a service.
 *
 * This is a synchronous call that does not return until the action is complete.
 *
 * Note that a positive return value indicates a SOAP-protocol error code.
 * In this case,  the error description can be retrieved from \b RespNode.
 * A negative return value indicates an SDK error.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: \b ActionUrl is not a valid URL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ACTION: This action is not valid.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_DEVICE: \b DevUDN is not a 
 *             valid device.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: \b ServiceType, \b Action, 
 *             \b ActionUrl, or 
 *             \b RespNode is not a valid pointer.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSendActionEx(
      /*! [in] The handle of the control point sending the action. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The action URL of the service. */
      const char *ActionURL,
      /*! [in] The type of the service. */
      const char *ServiceType,
      /*! [in] This parameter is ignored and must be \c NULL. */
      const char *DevUDN,
      /*! [in] The DOM document for the SOAP header. This may be \c NULL if the
       * header is not required. */
      IXML_Document *Header,
      /*! [in] The DOM document for the action. */
      IXML_Document *Action,
      /*! [out] The DOM document for the response to the action. The SDK allocates
       * this document and the caller needs to free it. */
      IXML_Document **RespNode);


/*!
 * \brief Sends a message to change a state variable in a service, generating a
 * callback when the operation is complete.
 * 
 * See \b UpnpSendAction for comments on positive return values. These 
 * positive return values are sent in the event struct associated with the
 * \c UPNP_CONTROL_ACTION_COMPLETE event.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: \b ActionUrl is an invalid URL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_DEVICE: \b DevUDN is an invalid device.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b Fun is not a valid 
 *             callback function or \b ServiceType, \b Act, or 
 *             \b ActionUrl is \c NULL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ACTION: This action is not valid.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSendActionAsync(
      /*! [in] The handle of the control point sending the action. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The action URL of the service. */
      const char *ActionURL,
      /*! [in] The type of the service. */
      const char *ServiceType,
      /*! [in] This parameter is ignored and must be \c NULL. */
      const char *DevUDN,
      /*! [in] The DOM document for the action to perform on this device. */
      IXML_Document *Action,
      /*! [in] Pointer to a callback function to be invoked when the operation
       * completes. */
      Upnp_FunPtr Fun,
      /*! [in] Pointer to user data that to be passed to the callback when
       * invoked. */
      const void *Cookie);


/*!
 * \brief Sends a message to change a state variable in a service, generating a
 * callback when the operation is complete.
 *
 * See \b UpnpSendAction for comments on positive return values. These 
 * positive return values are sent in the event struct associated with the
 * \c UPNP_CONTROL_ACTION_COMPLETE event.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: \b ActionUrl is an invalid URL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_DEVICE: \b DevUDN is an invalid device.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b Fun is not a valid 
 *             callback function or \b ServiceType, \b Act, or 
 *             \b ActionUrl is \c NULL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ACTION: This action is not valid.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSendActionExAsync(
      /*! [in] The handle of the control point sending the action. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The action URL of the service. */
      const char *ActionURL,
      /*! [in] The type of the service. */
      const char *ServiceType,
      /*! [in] This parameter is ignored and must be \c NULL. */
      const char *DevUDN,
      /*! [in] The DOM document for the SOAP header. This may be \c NULL if the
       * header is not required. */
      IXML_Document *Header,
      /*! [in] The DOM document for the action to perform on this device. */
      IXML_Document *Action,
      /*! [in] Pointer to a callback function to be invoked when the operation
       * completes. */
      Upnp_FunPtr Fun,
      /*! [in] Pointer to user data that to be passed to the callback when
       * invoked. */
      const void *Cookie);


/*! @} Control */


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/*!
 * \name Eventing
 *
 * @{
 */


/*!
 * \brief Accepts a subscription request and sends out the current state of the
 * eventable variables for a service.
 *
 * The device application should call this function when it receives a
 * \c UPNP_EVENT_SUBSCRIPTION_REQUEST callback.
 *
 * This function is synchronous and generates no callbacks.
 *
 * This function can be called during the execution of a callback function.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid device 
 *              handle.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_SERVICE: The \b DevId/\b ServId 
 *              pair refers to an invalid service. 
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_SID: The specified subscription ID is not 
 *              valid.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b VarName, 
 *              \b NewVal, \b DevID, or \b ServID is not a valid 
 *              pointer or \b cVariables is less than zero.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *              complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpAcceptSubscription(
      /*! [in] The handle of the device. */
      UpnpDevice_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The device ID of the subdevice of the service generating the event. */
      const char *DevID,
      /*! [in] The unique service identifier of the service generating the event. */
      const char *ServID,
      /*! [in] Pointer to an array of event variables. */
      const char **VarName,
      /*! [in] Pointer to an array of values for the event variables. */
      const char **NewVal,
      /*! [in] The number of event variables in \b VarName. */
      int cVariables,
      /*! [in] The subscription ID of the newly registered control point. */
      const Upnp_SID SubsId);


/*!
 * \brief Similar to \b UpnpAcceptSubscription() except that it takes a DOM
 * document for the variables to event rather than an array of strings.
 *
 * This function is sychronous and generates no callbacks.
 *
 * This function can be called during the execution of a callback function.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid device 
 *             handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_SERVICE: The \b DevId/\b ServId 
 *             pair refers to an invalid service. 
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_SID: The specified subscription ID is not 
 *             valid.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b VarName,  
 *             \b NewVal, \b DevID, \b ServID, or \b PropSet 
 *             is not a valid pointer.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpAcceptSubscriptionExt(
      /*! [in] The handle of the device. */
      UpnpDevice_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The device ID of the subdevice of the service generating the event. */
      const char *DevID,
      /*! [in] The unique service identifier of the service generating the event. */
      const char *ServID,
      /*! [in] The DOM document for the property set. Property set documents must
       * conform to the XML schema defined in section 4.3 of the Universal
       * Plug and Play Device Architecture specification. */
      IXML_Document *PropSet,
      /*! [in] The subscription ID of the newly registered control point. */
      Upnp_SID SubsId);


/*!
 * \brief Sends out an event change notification to all control points
 * subscribed to a particular service.
 *
 * This function is synchronous and generates no callbacks.
 *
 * This function may be called during a callback function to send out a
 * notification.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid device 
 *             handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_SERVICE: The \b DevId/\b ServId 
 *             pair refers to an invalid service.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b VarName, \b NewVal, 
 *              \b DevID, or \b ServID is not a valid pointer or 
 *              \b cVariables is less than zero.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpNotify(
      /*! [in] The handle to the device sending the event. */
      UpnpDevice_Handle,
      /*! [in] The device ID of the subdevice of the service generating the event. */
      const char *DevID,
      /*! [in] The unique identifier of the service generating the event. */
      const char *ServID,
      /*! [in] Pointer to an array of variables that have changed. */
      const char **VarName,
      /*! [in] Pointer to an array of new values for those variables. */
      const char **NewVal,
      /*! [in] The count of variables included in this notification. */
      int cVariables);


/*!
 * \brief Similar to \b UpnpNotify except that it takes a DOM document for the
 * event rather than an array of strings.
 *
 * This function is synchronous and generates no callbacks.
 *
 * This function may be called during a callback function to send out a
 * notification.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid device 
 *             handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_SERVICE: The \b DevId/\b ServId 
 *             pair refers to an invalid service.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b VarName, \b NewVal, 
 *              \b DevID, \b ServID, or \b PropSet 
 *              is not a valid pointer or \b cVariables is less than zero.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpNotifyExt(
      /*! [in] The handle to the device sending the event. */
      UpnpDevice_Handle,
      /*! [in] The device ID of the subdevice of the service generating the event. */
      const char *DevID,
      /*! [in] The unique identifier of the service generating the event. */
      const char *ServID,
      /*! [in] The DOM document for the property set. Property set documents must
       * conform to the XML schema defined in section 4.3 of the Universal
       * Plug and Play Device Architecture specification. */
      IXML_Document *PropSet);


/*!
 * \brief Renews a subscription that is about to expire.
 *
 * This function is synchronous.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: \b Timeout is not a valid pointer.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_SID: The SID being passed to this function 
 *             is not a valid subscription ID.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occured. 
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *             to a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *             from a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.  
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting to 
 *             \b PublisherUrl.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: An error occurred creating a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_BAD_RESPONSE: An error occurred in response from 
 *             the publisher.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUBSCRIBE_UNACCEPTED: The publisher refused 
 *             the subscription renew.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpRenewSubscription(
      /*! [in] The handle of the control point that is renewing the subscription. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in,out] Pointer to a variable containing the requested subscription time.
       * Upon return, it contains the actual renewal time. */
      int *TimeOut,
      /*! [in] The ID for the subscription to renew. */
      const Upnp_SID SubsId);


/*!
 * \brief Renews a subscription that is about to expire, generating a callback
 * when the operation is complete.
 *
 * Note that many of the error codes for this function are returned in
 * the \b UpnpEventSubscribe structure.  In those cases, the function
 * returns \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS and the appropriate error code will
 * be in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field in the \b Event
 * structure passed to the callback.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_SID: The \b SubsId is not a valid 
 *             subscription ID.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b Fun is not a valid 
 *             callback function pointer or \b Timeout is less than zero 
 *             but is not \c UPNP_INFINITE.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occured (returned in 
 *             the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as part of the 
 *             callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *             to a socket (returned in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> 
 *             field as part of the callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading  
 *             from a socket (returned in the 
 *             <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as part of the 
 *             callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding the socket 
 *             (returned in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as 
 *             part of the callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting to 
 *             \b PublisherUrl (returned in the \b 
 *             UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode field as part of the callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: An error occurred creating socket (
 *             returned in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as 
 *             part of the callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_BAD_RESPONSE: An error occurred in response from 
 *             the publisher (returned in the \b 
 *             UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode field as part of the callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUBSCRIBE_UNACCEPTED: The publisher refused 
 *             the subscription request (returned in the \b 
 *             UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode field as part of the callback).
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpRenewSubscriptionAsync(
      /*! [in] The handle of the control point that is renewing the subscription. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The requested subscription time. The actual timeout value is
       * returned when the callback function is called. */
      int TimeOut,
      /*! [in] The ID for the subscription to renew. */
      Upnp_SID SubsId,
      /*! [in] Pointer to a callback function to be invoked when the renewal is
       * complete. */
      Upnp_FunPtr Fun,
      /*! [in] Pointer to user data passed to the callback function when invoked. */
      const void *Cookie);


/*!
 * \brief Sets the maximum number of subscriptions accepted per service.
 *
 * The default value accepts as many as system resources allow. If the number
 * of current subscriptions for a service is greater than the requested value,
 * the SDK accepts no new subscriptions or renewals, however, the SDK does not
 * remove any current subscriptions.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid device 
 *             handle.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSetMaxSubscriptions(  
      /*! The handle of the device for which the maximum number of
       * subscriptions is being set. */
      UpnpDevice_Handle Hnd,
      /*! The maximum number of subscriptions to be allowed per service. */
      int MaxSubscriptions);


/*!
 * \brief Sets the maximum time-out accepted for a subscription request or
 * renewal.
 *
 * The default value accepts the time-out set by the control point.
 * If a control point requests a subscription time-out less than or equal to
 * the maximum, the SDK grants the value requested by the control point. If the
 * time-out is greater, the SDK returns the maximum value.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid device 
 *             handle.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSetMaxSubscriptionTimeOut(  
      /*! The handle of the device for which the maximum subscription
       * time-out is being set. */
      UpnpDevice_Handle Hnd,
      /*! The maximum subscription time-out to be accepted. */
      int MaxSubscriptionTimeOut);


/*!
 * \brief Registers a control point to receive event notifications from another
 * device.
 *
 * This operation is synchronous.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: \b PublisherUrl is not a valid URL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: \b Timeout is not a valid pointer 
 *             or \b SubsId or \b PublisherUrl is \c NULL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occured. 
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *             to a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *             from a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting to 
 *             \b PublisherUrl.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: An error occurred creating a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_BAD_RESPONSE: An error occurred in response from 
 *             the publisher.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUBSCRIBE_UNACCEPTED: The publisher refused 
 *             the subscription request.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSubscribe(
      /*! [in] The handle of the control point. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The URL of the service to subscribe to. */
      const char *PublisherUrl,
      /*! [in,out]Pointer to a variable containing the requested subscription time.
       * Upon return, it contains the actual subscription time returned from
       * the service. */
      int *TimeOut,
      /*! [out] Pointer to a variable to receive the subscription ID (SID). */
      Upnp_SID SubsId);


/*!
 * \brief Performs the same operation as \b UpnpSubscribe, but returns
 * immediately and calls the registered callback function when the operation
 * is complete.
 *
 * Note that many of the error codes for this function are returned in
 * the \b UpnpEventSubscribe structure. In those cases, the function
 * returns \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS and the appropriate error code will
 * be in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field in the \b Event
 * structure passed to the callback.
 *
 *  \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *              point handle.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: The \b PublisherUrl is not a valid 
 *              URL.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b TimeOut or \b Fun or 
 *              \b PublisherUrl is not a valid pointer.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *              complete this operation.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occured (returned in 
 *              the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as part of the 
 *              callback).
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *              to a socket (returned in the 
 *              <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as part of the 
 *              callback).
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *              from a socket (returned in the 
 *              <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as part of the 
 *              callback).
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding the socket 
 *              (returned in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as 
 *              part of the callback).
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting to 
 *              \b PublisherUrl (returned in the \b 
 *              UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode field as part of the callback).
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: An error occurred creating  the 
 *              socket (returned in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> 
 *              field as part of the callback).
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_BAD_RESPONSE: An error occurred in response from 
 *              the publisher (returned in the \b 
 *              UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode field as part of the callback).
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUBSCRIBE_UNACCEPTED: The publisher refused 
 *              the subscription request (returned in the \b 
 *              UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode field as part of the callback).
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSubscribeAsync(
      /*! The handle of the control point that is subscribing. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! The URL of the service to subscribe to. */
      const char *PublisherUrl,
      /*! The requested subscription time. Upon return, it contains the actual
       * subscription time returned from the service. */
      int TimeOut,
      /*! Pointer to the callback function for this subscribe request. */
      Upnp_FunPtr Fun,
      /*! A user data value passed to the callback function when invoked. */
      const void *Cookie);


/*!
 * \brief Removes the subscription of a control point from a service previously
 * subscribed to using \b UpnpSubscribe or \b UpnpSubscribeAsync.
 *
 * This is a synchronous call.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_SID: The \b SubsId is not a valid 
 *             subscription ID.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occured. 
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *             to a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *             from a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting to 
 *             \b PublisherUrl.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: An error ocurred creating a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_BAD_RESPONSE: An error occurred in response from 
 *             the publisher.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_UNSUBSCRIBE_UNACCEPTED: The publisher refused 
 *             the unsubscribe request (the client is still unsubscribed and 
 *             no longer receives events).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpUnSubscribe(
      /*! [in] The handle of the subscribed control point. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The ID returned when the control point subscribed to the service. */
      const Upnp_SID SubsId);


/*!
 * \brief Removes a subscription of a control point from a service previously
 * subscribed to using \b UpnpSubscribe or \b UpnpSubscribeAsync, generating
 * a callback when the operation is complete.
 *
 * Note that many of the error codes for this function are returned in
 * the \b UpnpEventSubscribe structure.  In those cases, the function
 * returns \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS and the appropriate error code will
 * be in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field in the \b Event
 * structure passed to the callback.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_HANDLE: The handle is not a valid control 
 *             point handle.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_SID: The \b SubsId is not a valid SID.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: \b Fun is not a valid callback 
 *             function pointer.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             complete this operation.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occured (returned in 
 *             the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as part of the 
 *             callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *             to a socket (returned in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b>
 *             field as part of the callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *             from a socket (returned in the 
 *             <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as part of the 
 *             callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding the socket 
 *             (returned in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as 
 *             part of the callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting to 
 *             \b PublisherUrl (returned in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b>
 *             field as part of the callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: An error occurred creating a socket (
 *             returned in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as 
 *             part of the callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_BAD_RESPONSE: An error occurred in response from 
 *             the publisher (returned in the <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b>
 *             field as part of the callback).
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_UNSUBSCRIBE_UNACCEPTED: The publisher refused 
 *             the subscription request (returned in the
 *             <b>UpnpEventSubscribe.ErrCode</b> field as part of the callback).
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpUnSubscribeAsync(
      /*! [in] The handle of the subscribed control point. */
      UpnpClient_Handle Hnd,
      /*! [in] The ID returned when the control point subscribed to the service. */
      Upnp_SID SubsId,
      /*! [in] Pointer to a callback function to be called when the operation is
       * complete. */
      Upnp_FunPtr Fun,
      /*! [in] Pointer to user data to pass to the callback function when invoked. */
      const void *Cookie);


/*! @} Eventing */



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/*!
 * \name Control Point HTTP API
 *
 * @{
 */

/*!
 * \brief Downloads a file specified in a URL.
 *
 * The SDK allocates the memory for \b outBuf and the application is
 * responsible for freeing this memory. Note that the item is passed as a
 * single buffer. Large items should not be transferred using this function.
 *
 *  \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b url, \b outBuf 
 *              or \b contentType is not a valid pointer.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: The \b url is not a valid 
 *              URL.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *              download this file.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occurred.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *              to a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *              from a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting a 
 *              socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: Too many sockets are currently 
 *              allocated.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpDownloadUrlItem(
      /*! [in] URL of an item to download. */
      const char *url,
      /*! [out] Buffer to store the downloaded item. */
      char **outBuf,
      /*! [out] HTTP header value content type if present. It should be at least
       * \c LINE_SIZE bytes in size. */
      char *contentType);


/*!
 * \brief Gets a file specified in a URL.
 *
 * The SDK allocates the memory for \b handle and \b contentType, the
 * application is responsible for freeing this memory.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b url, \b handle,  
 *             \b contentType, \b contentLength or \b httpStatus 
 *          is not a valid pointer.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: The \b url is not a valid 
 *             URL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             download this file.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occurred.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *             to a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *             from a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting a 
 *             socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: Too many sockets are currently 
 *             allocated.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_BAD_RESPONSE: A bad response was received from the 
 *             remote server.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpOpenHttpGet(
      /*! [in] The URL of an item to get. */
      const char *url,
      /*! [in,out] A pointer to store the handle for this connection. */
      void **handle,
      /*! [in,out] A buffer to store the media type of the item. */
      char **contentType,
      /*! [in,out] A pointer to store the length of the item. */
      int *contentLength,
      /*! [in,out] The status returned on receiving a response message. */
      int *httpStatus,
      /*! [in] The time out value sent with the request during which a response
       * is expected from the server, failing which, an error is reported
       * back to the user. */        
      int timeout);


/*!
 * \brief Gets a file specified in a URL through the specified proxy.
 *
 * The SDK allocates the memory for \b handle and \b contentType, the
 * application is responsible for freeing this memory.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b url, \b handle,  
 *             \b contentType, \b contentLength or \b httpStatus 
 *          is not a valid pointer.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: The \b url is not a valid 
 *             URL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *             download this file.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occurred.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *             to a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *             from a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting a 
 *             socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: Too many sockets are currently 
 *             allocated.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_BAD_RESPONSE: A bad response was received from the 
 *           remote server.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpOpenHttpGetProxy(
      /*! [in] The URL of an item to get. */
      const char *url,
      /*! [in] The URL of the proxy. */
      const char *proxy_str,
      /*! [in,out] A pointer to store the handle for this connection. */
      void **handle,
      /*! [in,out] A buffer to store the media type of the item. */
      char **contentType,
      /*! [in,out] A pointer to store the length of the item. */
      int *contentLength,
      /*! [in,out] The status returned on receiving a response message. */
      int *httpStatus,
      /*! [in] The time out value sent with the request during which a response
       * is expected from the server, failing which, an error is reported
       * back to the user. */        
      int timeout);


/*!
 * \brief Gets specified number of bytes from a file specified in the URL.
 *
 * The number of bytes is specified through a low count and a high count which
 * are passed as a range of bytes for the request. The SDK allocates the memory
 * for \b handle and \b contentType, the application is responsible for freeing
 * this memory.
 *
 *  \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b url, \b handle,  
 *              \b contentType, \b contentLength or \b httpStatus 
 *          is not a valid pointer.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: The \b url is not a valid 
 *              URL.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *              download this file.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occurred.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *              to a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *              from a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting a 
 *              socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: Too many sockets are currently 
 *              allocated.
 *    \li \c UPNP_E_BAD_RESPONSE: A bad response was received from the 
 *            remote server.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpOpenHttpGetEx(
      /*! [in] The URL of the item to get. */
      const char *url,
      /*! [in,out] A pointer to store the handle for this connection. */
      void **handle,
      /*! [in,out] A buffer to store the media type of the item. */
      char **contentType,
      /*! [in,out] A buffer to store the length of the item. */
      int *contentLength,
      /*! [in,out] The status returned on receiving a response message from the remote server. */
      int *httpStatus,
      /*! [in] An integer value representing the low end of a range to retrieve. */
      int lowRange,
      /*! [in] An integer value representing the high end of a range to retrieve. */
      int highRange,
      /*! [in] A time out value sent with the request during which a response is
       * expected from the server, failing which, an error is reported back
       * to the user. */      
      int timeout);


/*!
 * \brief Gets specified number of bytes from a file specified in a URL. 
 *
 *  \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b handle, \b buf 
 *              or \b size is not a valid pointer.
 *        \li \c UPNP_E_BAD_RESPONSE: A bad response was received from the 
 *                remote server.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_BAD_HTTPMSG: Either the request or response was in 
 *              the incorrect format.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_CANCELED: another thread called UpnpCancelHttpGet.
 *
 *  Note: In case of return values, the status code parameter of the passed 
 *        in handle value may provide additional information on the return 
 *        value.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpReadHttpGet(
      /*! [in] The token created by the call to \b UpnpOpenHttpGet. */
      void *handle,
      /*! [in,out] The buffer to store the read item. */
      char *buf,
      /*! [in,out] The size of the buffer to be read. */
      unsigned int *size,
      /*! [in] The time out value sent with the request during which a response is
       * expected from the server, failing which, an error is reported back to
       * the user. */
      int timeout);


/*!
 * \brief Retrieve progress information of a http-get transfer. 
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b handle, \b length 
 *          or \b total is not a valid pointer.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpHttpGetProgress(
      /*! [in] The token created by the call to \b UpnpOpenHttpGet. */
      void *handle,
      /*! [out] The number of bytes received. */
      unsigned int *length,
      /*! [out] The content length. */
      unsigned int *total);


/*!
 * \brief Set the cancel flag of the \b handle parameter. 
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: \b handle is not a valid pointer.
 */  
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpCancelHttpGet(
      /*! [in] The handle of the connection created by the call to
       * \b UpnpOpenHttpPost. */
      void *handle);

/*!
 * \brief Closes the connection and frees memory that was allocated for the
 * \b handle parameter.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: \b handle is not a valid pointer.
 */  
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpCloseHttpGet(
      /*! [in] The handle of the connection created by the call to
       * \b UpnpOpenHttpPost. */
      void *handle);


/*!
 * \brief Makes an HTTP POST request message, opens a connection to the server
 * and sends the POST request to the server if the connection to the server
 * succeeds.
 *
 * The SDK allocates the memory for \b handle and \b contentType, the
 * application is responsible for freeing this memory.
 *
 *  \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b url, \b handle 
 *              or \b contentType is not a valid pointer.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: The \b url is not a valid 
 *              URL.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: Insufficient resources exist to 
 *              download this file.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_ERROR: Error occured allocating a socket and 
 *          resources or an error occurred binding a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *              to a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting a 
 *              socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: Too many sockets are currently 
 *              allocated.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpOpenHttpPost(
      /*! [in] The URL in which to send the POST request. */
      const char *url,
      /*! [in,out] A pointer in which to store the handle for this connection. This
       * handle is required for futher operations over this connection. */
      void **handle,
      /*! [in] A buffer to store the media type of content being sent. */
      const char *contentType,
      /*! [in] The length of the content, in bytes, being posted. */
      int contentLength,
      /*! [in] The time out value sent with the request during which a response
       * is expected from the receiver, failing which, an error is reported. */
      int timeout);


/*!
 * \brief Sends a request to a server to copy the contents of a buffer to the
 * URI specified in the \b UpnpOpenHttpPost call.
 *
 *  \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b handle, \b buf 
 *              or \b size is not a valid pointer.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *              to a socket.
 *      \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: Too many sockets are currently 
 *              allocated.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpWriteHttpPost(
      /*! [in] The handle of the connection created by the call to
       * \b UpnpOpenHttpPost. */
      void *handle,
      /*! [in] The buffer to be posted. */
      char *buf,
      /*! [in] The size, in bytes of \b buf. */
      unsigned int *size,
      /*! [in] A timeout value sent with the request during which a response is
       * expected from the server, failing which, an error is reported. */           
      int timeout);


/*!
 * \brief Sends and receives any pending data, closes the connection with the
 * server, and frees memory allocated during the \b UpnpOpenHttpPost call.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b handle, or 
 *                      \b httpStatus is not a valid pointer.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *             from a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: Too many sockets are currently 
 *             allocated.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpCloseHttpPost(
      /*! [in] The handle of the connection to close, created by the call to
       * \b UpnpOpenHttpPost. */
      void *handle,
      /*! [in,out] A pointer to a buffer to store the final status of the connection. */
      int *httpStatus,
      /*! [in] A time out value sent with the request during which a response is
       * expected from the server, failing which, an error is reported. */           
      int timeout);
  

/*!
 * \brief Downloads an XML document specified in a URL.
 *
 * The SDK parses the document and returns it in the form of a 
 * DOM document. The application is responsible for freeing the DOM document.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_PARAM: Either \b url or \b xmlDoc 
 *             is not a valid pointer.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_DESC: The XML document was not 
 *             found or it does not contain a valid XML description.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_URL: The \b url is not a valid 
 *             URL.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_MEMORY: There are insufficient resources to 
 *             download the XML document.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_NETWORK_ERROR: A network error occurred.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_WRITE: An error or timeout occurred writing 
 *             to a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_READ: An error or timeout occurred reading 
 *             from a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_BIND: An error occurred binding a socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_SOCKET_CONNECT: An error occurred connecting the 
 *             socket.
 *     \li \c UPNP_E_OUTOF_SOCKET: Too many sockets are currently 
 *             allocated.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpDownloadXmlDoc(
      /*! [in] URL of the XML document. */
      const char *url,
      /*! [out] A pointer in which to store the XML document. */
      IXML_Document **xmlDoc);


/*! @} Control Point HTTP API */

/******************************************************************************
 ******************************************************************************
 *                                                                            *
 *                    W E B  S E R V E R  A P I                               *
 *                                                                            *
 ******************************************************************************
 ******************************************************************************/

/*!
 * \name Web Server API
 * 
 * @{
 */

/*!
 * \brief Sets the document root directory for the internal web server.
 *
 * This directory is considered the root directory (i.e. "/") of the web server.
 *
 * This function also activates or deactivates the web server. To disable the
 * web server, pass \c NULL for \b rootDir; to activate, pass a valid directory
 * string.
 * 
 * \note This function is not available when the web server is not compiled
 *    into the UPnP Library.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ARGUMENT: \b rootDir is an invalid directory.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpSetWebServerRootDir( 
      /*! [in] Path of the root directory of the web server. */
      const char *rootDir);


/*!
 * \brief The type of handle returned by the web server for open requests.
 */
02409 typedef void *UpnpWebFileHandle;


/*!
 * \brief Get-info callback function prototype.
 */
02415 typedef int (*VDCallback_GetInfo)(
            /*! [in] The name of the file to query. */
            const char *filename,
            /*! [out] Pointer to a structure to store the information on the file. */
            UpnpFileInfo *info);

/*!
 * \brief Sets the get_info callback function to be used to access a virtual
 * directory.
 * 
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ARGUMENT: \b callback is not a valid pointer.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpVirtualDir_set_GetInfoCallback(VDCallback_GetInfo callback);


/*!
 * \brief Open callback function prototype.
 */
02435 typedef UpnpWebFileHandle (*VDCallback_Open)(
            /*! [in] The name of the file to open. */ 
            const char *filename,
            /*! [in] The mode in which to open the file.
             * Valid values are \c UPNP_READ or \c UPNP_WRITE. */
            enum UpnpOpenFileMode Mode);


/*!
 * \brief Sets the open callback function to be used to access a virtual
 * directory.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ARGUMENT: \b callback is not a valid pointer.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpVirtualDir_set_OpenCallback(VDCallback_Open callback);


/*!
 * \brief Read callback function prototype.
 */
02457 typedef int (*VDCallback_Read)(
      /*! [in] The handle of the file to read. */
      UpnpWebFileHandle fileHnd,
      /*! [out] The buffer in which to place the data. */
      char *buf,
      /*! [in] The size of the buffer (i.e. the number of bytes to read). */
      size_t buflen);


/*! 
 * \brief Sets the read callback function to be used to access a virtual
 * directory.
 *
 *  \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ARGUMENT: \b callback is not a valid pointer.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpVirtualDir_set_ReadCallback(VDCallback_Read callback);


/*!
 * \brief Write callback function prototype.
 */
02480 typedef     int (*VDCallback_Write)(
      /*! [in] The handle of the file to write. */
      UpnpWebFileHandle fileHnd,
      /*! [in] The buffer with the bytes to write. */
      char *buf,
      /*! [in] The number of bytes to write. */
      size_t buflen);


/*!
 * \brief Sets the write callback function to be used to access a virtual
 * directory.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ARGUMENT: \b callback is not a valid pointer.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpVirtualDir_set_WriteCallback(VDCallback_Write callback);


/*!
 * \brief Seek callback function prototype.
 */
02503 typedef int (*VDCallback_Seek) (
      /*! [in] The handle of the file to move the file pointer. */
      UpnpWebFileHandle fileHnd,
      /*! [in] The number of bytes to move in the file.  Positive values
       * move foward and negative values move backward.  Note that
       * this must be positive if the \b origin is \c SEEK_SET. */
      off_t offset,
      /*! [in] The position to move relative to.  It can be \c SEEK_CUR
       * to move relative to the current position, \c SEEK_END to
       * move relative to the end of the file, or \c SEEK_SET to
       * specify an absolute offset. */
      int origin);


/*!
 * \brief Sets the seek callback function to be used to access a virtual
 * directory.
 *
 *  \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ARGUMENT: \b callback is not a valid pointer.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpVirtualDir_set_SeekCallback(VDCallback_Seek callback);


/*!
 * \brief Close callback function prototype.
 */
02531 typedef int (*VDCallback_Close)(
            /*! [in] The handle of the file to close. */
            UpnpWebFileHandle fileHnd);


/*!
 * \brief Sets the close callback function to be used to access a virtual
 * directory.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ARGUMENT: \b callback is not a valid pointer.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpVirtualDir_set_CloseCallback(VDCallback_Close callback);


/*!
 * \brief Enables or disables the webserver.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ARGUMENT: \b enable is not valid.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpEnableWebserver(
      /*! [in] \c TRUE to enable, \c FALSE to disable. */
      int enable);


/*!
 * \brief Returns \c TRUE if the webserver is enabled, or \c FALSE if it is not.
 *
 *  \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *       \li \c TRUE: The webserver is enabled.
 *       \li \c FALSE: The webserver is not enabled
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpIsWebserverEnabled();


/*!
 * \brief Adds a virtual directory mapping.
 *
 * All webserver requests containing the given directory are read using
 * functions contained in a \b VirtualDirCallbacks structure registered
 * via \b UpnpSetVirtualDirCallbacks.
 *
 * \note This function is not available when the web server is not
 *    compiled into the UPnP Library.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ARGUMENT: \b dirName is not valid.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpAddVirtualDir(
      /*! [in] The name of the new directory mapping to add. */
      const char *dirName);


/*!
 * \brief Removes a virtual directory mapping made with \b UpnpAddVirtualDir.
 *
 * \return An integer representing one of the following:
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_SUCCESS: The operation completed successfully.
 *       \li \c UPNP_E_INVALID_ARGUMENT: \b dirName is not valid.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC int UpnpRemoveVirtualDir(
      /*! [in] The name of the virtual directory mapping to remove. */
      const char *dirName);


/*!
 * \brief Removes all virtual directory mappings.
 */
EXPORT_SPEC void UpnpRemoveAllVirtualDirs();


/* @} Web Server API */



#ifdef __cplusplus
}
#endif /* __cplusplus */


/* @} UPnPAPI UPnP API */


#endif /* UPNP_H */


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