Alan,

Are you thinking about plugin id numbers?
ftp://ftp.4d.com/ACI_TECHNICAL_NOTES/2009/MacOS/TN_2009_01-04_(JAN)/09-02_4D_Plug-in_Dev_Guide_-_Part_1.pdf
{" You should pick a number between 15000 and 32767."}

How would retuning a similar error code cause a crash?
How are you returning the error code?

-Tim






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From: 4D_Tech [mailto:4d_tech-boun...@lists.4d.com] On Behalf Of Alan Chan via 
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Cc: Alan Chan <a...@belhk.com>
Subject: Error Code reserved by 4D

I thought error codes under -15000 were not reserved by 4D. Now it produces 
error -20002 that might crash with user generated error for business rules 
control.

Could anyone tell if 4D changes error code range reserved by 4D?

TIA.

Alan Chan

4D iNug Technical <4d_tech@lists.4d.com> writes:
>I just today got the -20002 error in a compiled database.
>The issue is/was pointers.


>I still have to use a different method to handle the error because I
>get a -20002 (accessing a parameter that does not exist) error in compiled 
>mode. I think this -20002 error is related to my usage of $0 in the normal 
>context of this method ($0 is not used in the error handler context).  It 
>looks like you also return a Boolean in $0 but you do not mention seeing the 
>-20002 error; weird. Have you have provoked your error handler in compiled 
>mode?
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