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  • Displaying the drive type value
  • Setting the volume label
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    #DEFINE CRLF CHR(13)+CHR(10)
        DO declare
        DO GetVolumeInfo WITH "C:\"
    * end of main
    PROCEDURE GetVolumeInfo(cRoot As String)
        LOCAL cVolNameBuffer, nVolSerialNo, nMaxCompLen, nFlags, nError
            cVolNameBuffer, nFilesysNameBuffer
        STORE 0 TO nVolSerialNo, nMaxCompLen, nFlags
        nResult = GetVolumeInformation(cRoot, @cVolNameBuffer,;
            MAX_PATH, @nVolSerialNo, @nMaxCompLen, @nFlags,;
            @nFilesysNameBuffer, MAX_PATH)
        IF nResult = 0
        * 21=ERROR_NOT_READY
            nError = GetLastError()
            = MESSAGEBOX("GetVolumeInformation() call failed: " +;
                TRANSFORM(m.nError), 48, m.cRoot)
        DO LogInfo WITH "Root", m.cRoot
        DO LogInfo WITH "File System Name",;
            LEFT(nFilesysNameBuffer, AT(CHR(0),nFilesysNameBuffer)-1)
        DO LogInfo WITH "Volume Name",;
            LEFT(cVolNameBuffer, AT(CHR(0),cVolNameBuffer)-1)
        DO LogInfo WITH "Volume Serial No.",;
            TRANSFORM(nVolSerialNo, "@0")
        DO LogInfo WITH "Max Filename Length", nMaxCompLen
        DO LogInfo WITH "File System Flags", TRANSFORM(nFlags, "@0")
        DO LogInfo WITH "Case-sensitive file names support",;
            IIF(BITAND(nFlags, FILE_CASE_SENSITIVE_SEARCH)=0, "No", "Yes")
        DO LogInfo WITH "The file system preserves the case of file names",;
            IIF(BITAND(nFlags, FILE_CASE_PRESERVED_NAMES)=0, "No", "Yes")
        DO LogInfo WITH "Unicode in file names support",;
            IIF(BITAND(nFlags, FILE_UNICODE_ON_DISK)=0, "No", "Yes")
        DO LogInfo WITH "ACLs support",;
            IIF(BITAND(nFlags, FILE_PERSISTENT_ACLS)=0, "No", "Yes")
        DO LogInfo WITH "File-based compression support",;
            IIF(BITAND(nFlags, FILE_FILE_COMPRESSION)=0, "No", "Yes")
        DO LogInfo WITH "The specified volume is a compressed volume",;
            IIF(BITAND(nFlags, FILE_VOLUME_IS_COMPRESSED)=0, "No", "Yes")
        IF USED("csResult")
            SELECT csResult
            GO TOP
    PROCEDURE LogInfo(cName, vValue)
        IF NOT USED("csResult")
            CREATE CURSOR csResult (property_name C(50), property_value C(50))
        INSERT INTO csResult (property_name, property_value);
        VALUES (m.cName, TRANSFORM(m.vValue))
    PROCEDURE declare
        DECLARE INTEGER GetLastError IN kernel32
        DECLARE SHORT GetVolumeInformation IN kernel32;
            STRING lpRootPathName, STRING @lpVolumeNameBuffer,;
            LONG nVolumeNameSize, LONG @lpVolumeSerialNumber,;
            LONG @lpMaximumComponentLength, LONG @lpFlags,;
            STRING @lpFileSystemNameBuffer, LONG nFilesysNameSize

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    Created: 2001-08-10 12:00:00  
    Modified: 2009-02-16 14:55:10  
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