Instance Property

GetConfiguration

Issues a GET_CONFIGURATION command to the device as defined in MMC-2.

Declaration

IOReturn (*GetConfiguration)(void *self, SCSICmdField1Byte RT, SCSICmdField2Byte STARTING_FEATURE_NUMBER, void *buffer, SCSICmdField2Byte bufferSize, SCSITaskStatus *taskStatus, SCSI_Sense_Data *senseDataBuffer);

Parameters

self

Pointer to an MMCDeviceInterface for one IOService.

RT

The RT field as described for the GET_CONFIGURATION command in MMC-2.

STARTING_FEATURE_NUMBER

The STARTING_FEATURE_NUMBER field as described in MMC-2 for the GET_CONFIGURATION command.

buffer

Pointer to the buffer where the mode sense data should be placed.

bufferSize

Size of the buffer.

taskStatus

Pointer to a SCSITaskStatus to get the status of the SCSITask which was executed. Valid SCSITaskStatus values are defined in SCSITask.h

senseDataBuffer

Pointer to a buffer the size of the SCSI_Sense_Data struct found in SCSICmds_REQUEST_SENSE_Defs.h. The sense data is only valid if the SCSITaskStatus is kSCSITaskStatus_CHECK_CONDITION.

Return Value

Returns kIOReturnSuccess if successful, kIOReturnNoDevice if there is no connection to an IOService, kIOReturnNoMemory if a SCSITask couldn't be created, or kIOReturnExclusiveAccess if the device is already opened for exclusive access by another client.

Discussion

Once an MMCDeviceInterface is opened, the client may send this command to get configuration information from the device.