Resets the timeout duration for the current event handler.
int ResetTimeout(int iTimeout);
INT ResetTimeout(INT iTimeout);
When event timeouts are being enforced, this method can be called within an event handler to inform the class that request processing is taking longer than expected.
If called successfully, this method returns true, and the current event handler's timeout timer is immediately reset to 0; when it reaches the number of milliseconds specified by Timeout, the driver will either "release" the underlying request and pass it onwards, or cancel it by reporting an error; whichever is most appropriate for the event in question. Please refer to the Timeouts topic for more information.
Passing 0 for Timeout disables the timeout timer for the current event handler, allowing it to take as long as it needs to complete.
Note: This method can only be called within events.
Error Handling (C++)
This method returns a Boolean value; after it returns, call the GetLastErrorCode() method to obtain its result code; 0 indicates success, while a non-zero error code indicates that this method encountered an error during its execution. If an error occurs, the GetLastError() method can be called to retrieve the associated error message.