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I have a requirement where each WDF request will result in Read and Write of the data. We have note decided yet if we will have two pointers (one for input data and one for output data) or use the same pointer for input output data (with two size fields IN size and Out size). I know it has been advised not to use NEITHER IO for transfers. I am looking at METHOD_IN_DIRECT and METHOD_OUT_DIRECT for defining the IOCTLS.
My question is, is it possible to define IOCTLS with both the flags set at the same time? My guess is that it should be possible but I am not sure.
Any help appreciated.
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