Informix Error Messages and Error Codes From Error 50001 to 50005
Informix Error Code -50001 Member of a closed window cannot be accessed.
Many member functions generate this message. The program can call ixWindow::close to close a window. The user can cause a window to be closed by selecting Close from the window system menu. Once a window has been closed, although pointers that reference it might still exist, the program can no longer call any of its member functions or refer to members of it.
Informix Error Code -50002 Box cannot be instantiated with a NULL container or geometry.
An ixBox constructor generates this message. A box must have both an anchor and a size set. They have no default sizes.
Informix Error Code -50003 Line cannot be instantiated with a NULL or invalid geometry.
An ixLine constructor generates this message. A line must have both an anchor and a size established. They have no default sizes.
Informix Error Code -50004 Cannot set color attribute to a picture button.
This message is generated by ixPictureButton::setColor(). The bitmap file sets the color attribute of a picture button. Do not attempt to set the color directly.
Informix Error Code -50005 The isEqualTo() member function is not supported in this class.
The isEqualTo() member function is not supported in the ixFile, ixRowArray, and ixVisualObject classes, and any classes derived from them. Any attempt to call it in these contexts reports this error.
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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Information about Informix Error Codes or Status Codes or Exit Codes and Error Messages on Windows, Linux Operating Systems.