The ASN.1/C++ Compiler and runtime routines can both generate error and informatory messages. Use these error messages to help pinpoint problems in your ASN.1 syntax or application code.
Go directly to the Runtime Error Reference to look up OSS ASN.1 Runtime error messages by message number.
Each message has a unique code. This message code consists of six characters: the first identifies the OSS ASN.1 Tools component that issued the message, next is a four-digit message number, and the last indicates the severity level of the message. See the following table for more details:
in Message Code
D E R
Decoder routines Encoder routines Messages relating to trial versions and license restrictions.
|Second through Fifth||Message Number||0001 to 9999||Unique, four-digit message ID number|
I E S
Informatory message (Level 0)
Typical runtime function signal message
A typical XER encoding error message also contains the line number and position of the error occurrence, as shown in the following example:
D0174E: Canonical XER restrictions are violated: 'XML encoding for contained types should have been used'; check field 'content' (type: BIT STRING) of PDU #1 'DataPacket' at line 1 position 4.
A runtime function message can also have fewer details, depending on the encoder/decoder and the debug options used.
Go to the Runtime Error Reference to look up OSS ASN.1 runtime error messages by message number. You can also call the getErrorMsg() method of the OssControl class to retrieve a detailed error message after an error code is returned by the encoder, decoder, or other API method.
This documentation applies to release 7.1 and later of the OSS® ASN.1 Tools for C++.
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