Notifies the object that it can revert from NoScribble or HandsOff mode, in
which it must not write to its storage object, to Normal mode, in which it can.
The component object enters NoScribble mode when it receives an IPersistStorage::Save
| IStorage *pStgNew
||//Pointer to the current storage object
[in]Points to the new storage object, if different from the storage object
prior to saving. This pointer can be NULL if the current storage object does not
change during the save operation. If the object is in HandsOff mode, this
parameter must be non-NULL.
The object was successfully returned to Normal mode.
The object remained in HandsOff mode or NoScribble mode due to a lack of
memory. Typically, this error occurs when the object is not able to open the
necessary streams and storage objects in pStgNew
parameter is not valid. Typically, this error occurs if pStgNew
is NULL when the object is in HandsOff mode.
The object is in Normal mode, and there was no previous call to IPersistStorage::Save
This method notifies an object that it can revert to Normal mode and can once
again write to its storage object. The object exits NoScribble mode or HandsOff
If the object is reverting from HandsOff mode, the pStgNew
parameter must be non-NULL. In HandsOffFromNormal mode, this parameter is the
new storage object that replaces the one that was revoked by the IPersistStorage::HandsOffStorage
method. The data in the storage object is a copy of the data from the revoked
storage object. In HandsOffAfterSave mode, the data is the same as the data
that was most recently saved. It is not the same as the data in the revoked
If the object is reverting from NoScribble mode, the pStgNew
parameter can be NULL or non-NULL. If NULL, the component object once again
has access to its storage object. If it is not NULL, the component object should
simulate receiving a call to its IPersistStorage::HandsOffStorage
method. If the component object cannot simulate this call, its container must
be prepared to actually call the IPersistStorage::HandsOffStorage
method must recursively call any nested objects that are loaded or running.
If this method returns with an error code, the object is not returned to
Normal mode. Thus, the container object can attempt different save strategies.
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