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This issue will introduce some methods for using the Dial-Up Networking features of Windows 95 and NT. This issue assumes you have received Part 1. If you haven't, you can get Part 1 by subscribing to Code of the Week. Jump to http://www.codeoftheweek.com for complete details.
This module uses a couple of API calls in RASAPI32.DLL to use the Dial-Up Networking (DUN) features of Windows 95/NT. In the previous issue we showed how to make a connection and hang up a connection. This issue we will cover how to retrieve the list of available phone book entries which are available to call.
We will probably have at least two additional parts to this series. One will show how to make a call and retrieve the status as the call is being made. The other will show how to retrieve the username, password, phone number and other properties of a phone entry.
Public Function GetEntries(List As Variant) As Boolean
Nothing is returned upon a successful call, except that GetEntriesl will return True. If GetEntries returns False you can use the ErrorMessage function to retrieve the appropriate error (NOTE: ErrorMessage was introduced in Part 1 of this series).
The below examples show two ways to get the DUN phone entries.
Dim DUN As New DialUpNetworking ' This call will return a list of dial-up networking entries in the array sEntries Dim sEntries() As String DUN.GetEntries sEntries ' This example assumes you have a combobox called cmbEntries on a form. ' When GetEntries returns it will have filled your combobox with the ' Available DUN entries. DUN.GetEntries cmbEntries
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