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  • 2020.2
  • 07/15/2020
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DFTI_COMMIT_STATUS

The
DFTI_COMMIT_STATUS
configuration parameter indicates whether the descriptor is ready for computation. The parameter has two possible values:
DFTI_UNCOMMITTED
Default value, set after a successful call of
DftiCreateDescriptor
.
DFTI_COMMITTED
The value after a successful call to
DftiCommitDescriptor
.
A computation function called with an uncommitted descriptor returns an error.
You cannot directly set this configuration parameter in a call to
DftiSetValue
, but a change in the configuration of a committed descriptor may change the commit status of the descriptor to
DFTI_UNCOMMITTED
.

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