|IVssBackupComponentsSetSelectedForRestore Method (Guid, VssComponentType, String, String, Boolean, Guid)|
void SetSelectedForRestore( Guid writerId, VssComponentType componentType, string logicalPath, string componentName, bool selectedForRestore, Guid instanceId )
Sub SetSelectedForRestore ( writerId As Guid, componentType As VssComponentType, logicalPath As String, componentName As String, selectedForRestore As Boolean, instanceId As Guid )
void SetSelectedForRestore( Guid writerId, VssComponentType componentType, String^ logicalPath, String^ componentName, bool selectedForRestore, Guid instanceId )
The logical path of the component. For more information, see Logical Pathing of Components.
The value of the string containing the logical path used here should be the same as was used when the component was added to the backup set using AddComponent(Guid, Guid, VssComponentType, String, String).
The logical path can be .
There are no restrictions on the characters that can appear in a non-null logical path.
The name of the component.
The value of the string should not be , and should contain the same component as was used when the component was added to the backup set using AddComponent(Guid, Guid, VssComponentType, String, String).
GUID of the writer instance.
|ArgumentNullException||One of the arguments that cannot be was|
|ArgumentException||One of the parameter values is not valid.|
|OutOfMemoryException||Out of memory or other system resources.|
|SystemException||Unexpected VSS system error. The error code is logged in the event log.|
|VssBadStateException||The backup components object is not initialized, this method has been called during a restore operation, or this method has not been called within the correct sequence.|
|VssObjectNotFoundException||The backup component does not exist.|
|VssInvalidXmlDocumentException||The XML document is not valid. Check the event log for details.|
SetSelectedForRestore, which moves a component to a different writer instance, can be called only for a writer that supports running multiple writer instances with the same class ID and supports a requester moving a component to a different writer instance at restore time. To determine whether a writer provides this support, call the BackupSchema method.
SetSelectedForRestore has meaning only for restores taking place in component mode.
SetSelectedForRestore can be called only for components that were explicitly added to the backup document at backup time using AddComponent. Restoring a component that was implicitly selected for backup as part of a component set must be done by calling SetSelectedForRestore on the closest ancestor component that was added to the document. If only this component's data is to be restored, that should be accomplished through the AddRestoreSubcomponent(Guid, VssComponentType, String, String, String, String) method; this can be done only if the component is selectable for restore (see Working with Selectability and Logical Paths).
This method must be called before the PreRestore method.
The distinction between the instanceId and writerId parameters is necessary because it is possible that multiple instances of the same writer are running on the computer.
If the value of the instanceId parameter is Empty, this is equivalent to calling the SetSelectedForRestore(Guid, VssComponentType, String, String, Boolean).
The instanceId parameter is used to specify that the component is to be restored to a different writer instance. If the value of the instanceId parameter is not Empty, it must match the instance ID of a writer instance with the same writer class ID specified in in the writerId parameter.
A writer's class identifier, instance identifier, and instance name can be found in the properties of IVssExamineWriterMetadata.
|Windows XP and Windows 2003: This method is not supported until Windows 2003 SP1.|