Parsing the Status Vector
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InterBase stores error information in the status vector in clusters of two or three longs. The first cluster in the status vector always indicates the primary cause of the error. Subsequent clusters may contain supporting information about the error, for example, strings or numbers for display in an associated error message. The actual number of clusters used to report supporting information varies from error to error.
In many cases, additional errors may be reported in the status vector. Additional errors are reported immediately following the first error and its supporting information, if any. The first cluster for each additional error message identifies the error. Subsequent clusters may contain supporting information about the error.
- How the Status Vector is Parsed
- Meaning of the First Long in a Cluster
- Meaning of the Second Long in a Cluster
- Meaning of the Third Long in a Cluster
- Status Vector Parsing Example