Sets various properties for a port or the entire client.
- static int SetPropertyEx(int property, int value_type, void* pvalue, int target, int ndx)
Which port to apply the property to.
Which property to modify. See Speech Port Properties for list of properties.
The value type of the property being set. Legal values are:
Each property has a set of legal set of value types. See Speech Port Properties for value types available for each property.
A pointer to the new value for propertyname. pvalue will be reinterpreted according to the value type provided.
The portion of the API that this property is set for. Legal values are:
PROP_EX_TARGET_PORT -- pvalue affects an entire speech port object
PROP_EX_TARGET_CLIENT -- pvalue is global, and affects all ports on the client.
No errors. Property was set to specified value
The port is not valid (either CreateClient has not been called or DestroyClient has been called prior to this call).
The value is invalid for the designated property (e.g. out of range).
The property cannot be set for the specified target.
The property's type is incompatible with the declared type.
The property does not exist.
An exception occurred while processing the request.
In 10.2 and prior, due to a bug, setting PROP_EX_BUILTIN_GRAMMAR_LANGUAGE to PROP_EX_TARGET_CLIENT returns 0 if pvalue is NULL and 1 for success. This has been fixed for the next release.
The targets PROP_EX_TARGET_CHANNEL and PROP_EX_TARGET_GRAMMAR are deprecated