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    Topic complex Debugging
    Function tdb_lasterror()
    Short Returns the error code of the last error
    Return 0 no error
    1 file can not be opened
    2 general read error
    3 general write error
    4 error at index building
    5 error at index erasing
    6 index does not exist
    7 error in selection
    8 import error (not tdbengine)
    9 error creating a file (IO-error)
    10 error closing a file (IO-error)
    11 index key too big (more than 256 Bytes)
    12 error at index loading (IO-error)
    13 index and table are not compatible (different number of records)
    14 no data field (illegal field identifier)
    15 illegal subdirectory (not existing or no access permission)
    16 illegal file link (error in RELATION)
    17 file is already open (opendb on already opened table)
    18 no file in current directory
    19 record not found
    20 module not found (at USES or INCLUDE)
    22 file already exists
    23 index already opened
    25 general syntax error
    26 illegal filename
    28 index description deleted
    29 wrong program version
    30 double entry
    31 can not open MEMO-file
    32 MEMO not allowed here
    33 MEMO write error
    34 illegal operation
    35 file already opened
    36 access denied
    37 file not found or access denied (at opendb)
    38 wrong code (password or encoding code do not match)
    39 error in INCLUDE-file
    40 no linked record
    41 term not complete
    42 illegal operator
    44 type missmatch or unknown type (mostly at assignment A:=B)
    45 unknown character
    46 illegal number constant
    48 logical operand missing
    49 illegal operand
    50 unknown identifier
    51 field variable expected
    52 unknown error
    53 too many variables
    54 '=' missing
    55 number expected
    56 ? expected
    57 illegal file structure
    58 no table
    59 too many fields (more than 1000 data fields in a table)
    60 expression too complex (e.g. in recursion)
    61 error in expression
    66 string expected
    67 too many indices
    71 identifier defined twice
    72 REL-file already exists (at GENREL)
    73 too many L- or R-fields (at MAKEDB)
    74 string too long (more than 255 chars)
    76 only a N-field allowed (one AUTO-field per table)
    77 no table of relations (at MARKTABLE)
    80 only one ID_Index allowed
    81 array overflow (at ARRAY-indices)
    82 unknown command
    83 label missing
    84 no ID-index specified
    85 no definition (table structure without fields)
    86 illegal text partitioning
    87 illegal access (at ACCESS)
    89 variable expected (at reference parameters)
    90 error in writing index
    91 error in reading index
    92 end of subreport not definied (ENDSUB missing)
    93 illegal operation
    94 too many files (more than 31 tables opened)
    95 index damaged
    96 UNTIL expected
    97 END expected
    98 illegal index definition (also at SORTMARK)
    101 nesting not allowed (of procedures)
    102 ENDPROC missing
    103 another user in the net (only in special version)
    104 net operation aborted (only in special version)
    105 record is already edited (only in special version)
    106 login error (only in special version)
    107 IPX-not active (only in special version)
    108 timeout error (only in special version)
    109 unknown error in net (only in special version)
    110 locking error (only in special version)
    111 BLOB can not be opened
    112 MEMO damaged
    113 BLOB damaged
    114 operation aborted
    115 no write permissions to file
    116 index still in use
    117 illegal file structure
    120 runtime error (for debugger)
    See also:
    Description TDB_LASTERROR is set in every operation of the tdbengine.

    In most cases the programm is terminated, if an error occurs. With the

    .ec 1

    flag the termination of an assignment (and only of this) can be scotched. In that case the programm can (better: has to) react on eventually occuring errors.

    With TDB_ERRORSTR(TDB_LASTERROR) the error message can be fetched in clear text.

    At compiler errors the following system variables (all INTEGER) can inform you about the error position.

    TDB_ErrorLine : linenumber in the programm
    TDB_ErrorOfs : column in the line
    TDB_ErrorPos : character position in the programm text

    The error term is saved by the system variable (STRING) TDB_ErrorMsg.

    Hint: TDB_LASTERROR replaces the system variable "Fehler" of older TDB/VDP days.

    User comments:
    unbedingt nach einem VAL das Ergebnis von TDB_Lasterror in einer Variablen
    User: hgDate: 20.05.2008 11:10#2670
    unbedingt nach einem VAL das Ergebnis von TDB_Lasterror in einer Variablen speichern, wenn man dies im weiteren Verlauf abfragen möchte.
    Denn jeder weitere Aufruf setzt TDB_Lasterror neu.
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