Database Vuser Functions (LRD) > Errors

Errors

Code
Error
Description / Cause
2000
Failed memory allocation
A memory allocation request (malloc, realloc, etc.) failed.
2001
Invalid CONNECTION pointer or structure
A call to lrd_open_connection was unsuccessful or missing OR the CONNECTION was already closed using lrd_free_connection.
2002
Invalid CURSOR pointer or structure OR invalid association to a CONNECTION pointer or structure
An earlier call to lrd_open_cursor was unsuccessful or missing OR the CONNECTION is no longer valid.
2003
Invalid argument
An invalid argument or combination of arguments passed to the LRD function.
2004
Unbound placeholder
An earlier lrd_bind_placeholder call was unsuccessful or missing OR the placeholder name in the SQL statement is not consistent with the name in lrd_bind_placeholder.
2005
Invalid host variable data type
An invalid data type was passed to an LRD function's host variable.
2006
Invalid column number
An invalid column number was passed to lrd_bind_col, lrd_col_data, etc.
2007
Invalid data type or unprintable data
The specified data type is invalid or not printable (e.g., DT_VARRAW).
2008
Unsupported function or parameter
The LRD function or parameter is not supported in the current environment.
2009
Failed database routine
A call to a database routine failed.
2010
Invalid option
An invalid option was specified.
2011
Invalid option value
An invalid option value was specified in lrd_db_option or lrd_option.
2012
Failed to load LRD database library.
An error occurred in LoadLibrary, dlopen, shl_load, etc.
2013
Failed to get address of the database interface routine.
An error occurred in GetProcAddress, dlsym, shl_findsym, etc.
2014
Initialization failed
lrd_init was unsuccessful or missing OR initialization for a specific database was unsuccessful or missing.
2015
Failed to load database API library
An error occurred in LoadLibrary, dlopen, shl_load, etc.
2016
Failed to get address of a database API routine
An error occurred in GetProcAddress, dlsym, shl_findsym, etc.
2018
Output string truncated
The output string was truncated.
2019
Invalid data for data type
For non-character data, the data is invalid for the specified data type.
For character data types, the data contains unpredictable characters. This includes '\0' in data types that are not null terminated such as DT_SF, DT_VARCHAR, DT_LONG_CHAR, DT_SF_STRIPPED_SPACES, DT_LONG_VARCHAR, DT_DISPLAY).
2020
Invalid host variable size
An invalid MAX SIZE was specified for the host variable.
2021
Invalid host variable length
An invalid length was specified for the host variable. Applies to variable length data types where the length of the host variable and its prefix exceeds MAX SIZE.
2022
Data too long
In lrd_assign, the value string is too long for the variable being set.
2023
Data invalid
In lrd_assign, the value string is invalid for the variable being set (invalid characters, out of range)
2024
Data too short
In lrd_assign, the value string is too short for the variable being set. This applies primarily to fixed length data types such as DT_SF.
2025
Invalid format parameter
In lrd_assign, the format parameter, mpszValStrFmt, is invalid for the specified data type.
2026
Unsupported or invalid data type
The specified data type is invalid or unsupported for the database.
2027
Invalid offset
The specified offset value is invalid. For example, in Oracle, a negative offset for lrd_col_data, a non-zero offset in lrd_assign for certain data types, or a positive offset that exceeds the current length of a variable length string (such as DT_SZ or DT_VARCHAR).
2028
Value too large
In lrd_assign, the (absolute) value of the data is too large for the variable.
2029
Database unsupported
The specified database is not supported.
2030
Invalid Load library path
The Load library path ($M_LROOT for Linux) is too long or missing.
2031
Failed parameter substitution
The parameter substitution routine failed.
2032
Invalid parameter substitution
The substituted parameter is invalid (for example, too long).
2033
Uninitialized database access
Database access was not initialized due to a missing or unsuccessful lrd_open_connection.
2034
Invalid LRD_VAR_DESC structure
 
2035
Invalid LRD_VAR_INFO structure
 
2036
Required storage too large
The amount of storage required for either the host, indicator, actual length, or return code variable, is too large for malloc.
2037
Indicator variables unsupported
The indicator variables requested by LRD_VAR_DESC are not supported for the current database.
2038
Actual length variables unsupported
The actual length variables requested by LRD_VAR_DESC are not supported for the current database.
2039
Return code variables unsupported
The return code variables requested by LRD_VAR_DESC are not supported for the current database.
2040
Invalid LRD_VAR_DESC structure
A previous error associated with LRD_VAR_DESC, renders it unusable.
2041
Invalid LRD_CONTEXT structure.
An invalid LRD_CONTEXT pointer or structure OR lrd_alloc_connection followed by lrd_open_connection with a different context pointer.
2042
Invalid call to lrd_close_context
lrd_close_context was called before all the connections were closed.
2043
Ini file error
An error occurred while accessing an ini file (e.g., lrd.ini)
2044
Database type mismatch
A database type mismatch occurred. For example: LRD_CURSOR and LRD_VAR_DESC or lrd_open_connection and lrd_open_context refer to different databases.
2045
Invalid LRD call
The LRD call is invalid for an array (e.g., lrd_col_data).
2046
Invalid variable descriptor (DbLib)
The variable descriptor for lrd_col_data, was previously used with another function, OR the variable descriptor of a database function was previously used by lrd_col_data.
2047
Uninitialized variable
The specified variable was not initialized.
2048
Bound variable
The variable is bound and cannot be automatically enlarged when assigned to a longer value.
2049
Null terminator missing
A required null-terminator is missing.
2050
Invalid scale
The scale defined by the variable descriptor is invalid or unsupported for the data type.
2051
Invalid number of rows
The number of rows specified by mliRowBatchSize for lrd_fetch, exceeds the element count of the variable(s) bound with lrd_bind_col.
2052
Invalid internal structure
The LRD_BI_CONNECTION_INFO structure or its pointer is invalid, probably caused by a storage overlay.
2053
PrintRow failed
The PrintRow function called by the current lrd_fetch, failed.
2054
Invalid representation
In lrd_assign, the mpcValStr is pointing to a NULL string. There is no indicator variable and no minimum length.
2055
Invalid string for data type
The output string format (mpszOutputStrFmt) is invalid for the data type in lrd_to_printable.
2056
Invalid variable size for data type
The variable size is not valid for the data type OR the data type is not supported for the database.
2057
Invalid placeholder
The placeholder is invalid.
2058
Reserved
The option is not supported yet.
2059
Library not requested
No Lrun library was requested.
2060
Could not open log file.
No Lrun library was requested and the log file could not be opened.
2061
Invalid function sequence.
The order of the lrd function calls is invalid (e.g., lrd_exec precedes lrd_stmt).
2063
Descriptor already bound.
The specified descriptor name has already been bound.
2064
No fetchable result set is available.
There is no active fetchable result set, therefore the function (lrd_fetch, lrd_bind_col, lrd_get_col_data)was not issued.
2065
Invalid cursor parameter.
The BoundCursor parameter of the lrd_bind_cursor function is invalid, or the specified cursor is invalid for this connection.
2066
Invalid binding to a NULL value.
Binding to a NULL value is invalid for the data type.
2067
Failed initialization procedure
An initialization was not performed for the current process.
2068
Invalid thread globals
The thread global structure or pointer was already overlaid.
2069
Invalid DBI–level thread globals
The DBI–level thread global structure or pointer was already overlaid.
2070
Failed function
A function failed
(e.g., lr_save_param) .
2071
Syntax error
There was a syntax error in the SQL statement.
2072
Wrong DLL version
Mismatch between the DLL version and LRD_DBVERSION_ODBC_xx
2073
Invalid save_col information
The referenced save_col structure or pointer was already overlaid.
2074
Invalid time stamp value
An invalid time stamp value was passed to lrd_send_data.
2075
Invalid LRDBI handle or pointer
The LRDBI handle or pointer is invalid.
2076
"need data" return code
A "need data" code was returned, but run-time data is not supported.
2077
"invalid handle" return code
An " invalid handle " code was returned.
2078
"still executing" return code
A " still executing" code was returned.
2079
"continue" return code
A " continue" code was returned.
2080
Status could not be determined
It could not be determined whether or not the database operation succeeded. For example, for a DB operation that accepts an error handle- the DB function that extracts the error code from the handle (e.g., OCIErrorGet in Oracle 8) failed or was not available.
2081
Function unavailable
The required API routine is not available.
2082
Handle inaccessible
An LRDDBI handle is inaccessible.
2083
Wrong handle type
A wrong or invalid handle type was specified for an LRDDBI handle.
2084
Wrong DB type for handle
A wrong database type was specified for an LRDDBI handle.
2085
Invalid handle
An LRDDBI handle is invalid.
2086
Null DB handle
The database handle is null; it should have been set after the successful database operation.
2087
Unsupported attribute type
The specified attribute is unsupported or invalid.
2088
Existing handle error
An existing handle is inaccessible or is of the wrong type than expected.
2089
Missing zero after end
A required zero is missing after a string value.
2090
Handle not allocated
The specified handle is not allocated.
2091
Handle is already allocated
The specified handle is already allocated or open.
2092
Mismatch in the LRDDBI Handles
There was a mismatch in the LRDDBI handles e.g., different parent handles
2093
Invalid database diagnostics list
Invalid database diagnostics list in the LRD thread globals. Call technical support.
2094
Eye-catcher not set.
The eye-catcher of an output structure has not been set.
2095
No access to data
The data is inaccessible.
2096
No access to indicator var
The indicator var is inaccessible.
2097
No access to actual len var
The actual len var is inaccessible.
2098
No access to return-code var
The return-code var is inaccessible.