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Use the lineGetCurrentOperatorfunction to retrieve the network operator on which the device is currently registered. This data is separate from the LINEOPERATORSTATUSstructure for performance reasons.
LONG WINAPI lineGetCurrentOperator( HLINE hLine, LPLINEOPERATOR lpCurrentOperator );
The line device handle. The line device handle must have been previously obtained by a call to lineOpenwith the proper TAPI device ID specified and a device-specific extension version successfully negotiated with lineNegotiateExtVersion.
Points to a LINEOPERATORstructure, which reports the state of the operator settings. Use the lineGetRegisterStatusfunction to determine the registration status of the device.
Returns zero if the function completes successfully, or a negative error number if an error occurs. The following are possible return values:
This function is synchronous. No LINE_REPLY message is sent and the application can use the contents of the parameter structures immediately after this function returns. Not implemented for CDMA.
|The lineGetCurrentOperatorfunction does not return the short string for the current operator. The long string for the current operator is returned for display purposes only. For operator selection, use the numeric ID instead.|
|Windows Embedded CE||Windows Embedded CE 6.0 and later|
|Windows Mobile||Pocket PC 2002 and later, Smartphone 2002 and later|