Informix Error Messages and Error Codes From Error 29034
If cftype is “unmapped input char” (cpstring), the input character did not exist in the output code set, and the conversion table did not define a substitute output character for the input character. The cpstring value shows the input character string for a length of up to 4 bytes, starting with the codepoint that could not be converted. The binary value of the codepoint byte(s) is represented by cpstring as a hexadecimal string (for example, ‘c1c3d1f0’).
This failure type has two possible causes:
1. The character data that is being converted is bad. Correct the character data that is being converted.
2. The code-set conversion table is incorrect or incomplete. Contact your Informix software distributor for assistance.
If cftype is “bad form,” the input character string was badly formed with respect to the shift-out and shift-in codepoints that delimit the internal code sets that are contained within the code set that code-set number from_cs_num identifies.
For this failure type, correct the form of character data that is being converted.
If cftype is “too long,” the length of the output string was longer than the internal buffers that are allocated to hold the output string. If the objtype is “output,” the output value was longer than the maximum length of a CHAR data type.
For this failure type, shorten the input character data that is being converted.
The following are the possible objtype values:
If objtype is “input,” an input value from the application, such as an SQL statement or an input host variable value, was being converted.
If objtype is “output,” an output value from the database, such as a field or expression from the select list of a SELECT statement, was being converted.
If objtype is “sqlda,” an sqlname field in the output SQLDA was being converted.
If objtype is “sqlca,” a character field in the SQLCA was being converted.
Above are list of Informix Error Messages and Errors Codes or Status Codes or Exit Codes along with Error and Warning messages received while performing certain operation against Informix applications or related products.
What are Informix Error Messages?
All Informix messages returned by the Informix server are assigned an error code.
In general, each Informix error contains the following information:
• The Informix Error Code or Informix Error status
• The message text. This text is usually returned with the Error code. Some messages employ word substitution, where the word substituted represents the system-replacement of a term more specific to the occurrence.
• An explanation of how the error may have occurred.
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