Destroys a previously marshalled data packet.
| IStream * pStm
||//Stream containing data packet
Points to the stream that contains the data packet which is to be destroyed.
Indicates the data packet was successfully destroyed.
Indicates an IStream
error dealing with the pStm
Indicates that the CoInitialize
function was not called on the current thread before this function was
Out of memory.
Indicates an unexpected error occurred.
Indicates an unspecified error.
The main steps that CoReleaseMarshalData
performs are the following:
- The function reads a CLSID from the stream.
- If standard marshalling is being used, the function gets an IMarshal pointer to an instance of the standard unmarshaller. If custom marshalling is
being used, the function creates a proxy by calling the CoCreateInstance function, passing the CLSID it read from the stream, and requests an IMarshal interface pointer to the newly created proxy.
- Using whichever IMarshal interface pointer it has acquired, the function calls IMarshal::ReleaseMarshalData.
You typically do not call this function. The only situation in which you might
need to call this function is if you use custom marshalling (write and use
your own implementation of IMarshal
). Examples of when CoReleaseMarshalData
should be called include the following situations:
- An attempt was made to unmarshal the data packet, but it failed.
- A marshalled data packet was removed from a global table.
As an analogy, the data packet can be thought of as a reference to the
original object, just as if it were another interface pointer being held on the
object. Like a real interface pointer, that data packet must be released at some
point. The use of IMarshal::ReleaseMarshalData
to release data packets is analogous to the use of IUnknown::Release
to release interface pointers.
Note that you do not need to call CoReleaseMarshalData
after a successful call of the CoUnmarshalInterface
function; that function releases the marshal data as part of the processing
that it does.
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