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NAME

dvr_msg - CDA Viewer messages  

DESCRIPTION

CDA Viewer messages may be reported while you are viewing a CDA document. These messages refer to conditions that range from successful completion of the operation to termination of processing because of a serious error. The CDA Viewer can also return one or more CDA run-time messages.

When viewing a CDA document on a workstation, select Diagnostic Information... from the File pull-down menu in the CDA Viewer window to display messages. When viewing a CDA document on a character-cell terminal, CDA Viewer and run-time messages appear on your screen by default.

CDA Viewer messages consist of a message number and message text.

The following section lists the CDA Viewer messages. A brief explanation and recommended user action follows each message, unless a user action is not required. The messages are listed in alphabetical order, by message name.
 

CDA VIEWER MESSAGES


56328201, NORMAL, normal completion

 

Level:

Success  

Explanation:

Routine completed as expected.

56328219, NOFONT, cannot load font

 

Level:

Informational  

Explanation:

The CDA Viewer could not load a specified font. If an application created a DDIF file specifying a font that does not exist on the X server, the CDA Viewer will use a default font (12 point Courier) when trying to view this file.  

User Action:

If you are using the CDA Viewer application, check for diagnostic error messages in the CDA Viewer's Diagnostic Information dialog box.

If you are using the DVR callable widget interface, specify a callback to a viewer widget instance and look for DvrCRcdaError callback reasons in your callback procedure. The DvrCRcdaError callback reasons should specify which font the CDA Viewer cannot find. Determine where the DDIF file was originally created so that you can check for an X server, which may contain the specified font.

56328227, TOPOFDOC, attempt to move past beginning of document

 

Level:

Informational  

Explanation:

The top of a document has been reached. Attempts to move backward in a given document will not be successful.

56328243, EOD, end of document

 

Level:

Informational  

Explanation:

The end of a document has been reached. Attempts to move forward in a given document will not be successful.

56328267, DEFAULTFONT, default font

 

Level:

Informational  

Explanation:

The CDA Viewer was unable to load a specified font, so it has defaulted to using a fallback font (12 point Courier).  

User Action:

If you are using the CDA Viewer application, check for diagnostic error messages in the CDA Viewer's Diagnostic Information dialog box.

If you are using the DVR callable widget interface, specify a callback to a viewer widget instance and look for DvrCRcdaError callback reasons in your callback procedure. The DvrCRcdaError callback reasons should specify which font the CDA Viewer cannot find. Determine where the DDIF file was originally created so that you can check for an X server, which may contain the specified font.

56328283, NODISPCONT, no displayable content

 

Level:

Informational  

Explanation:

The DDIF document does not contain any displayable content.  

User Action:

If you are using the character-cell CDA Viewer, try converting the file to PostScript output, or view the file with the windowing CDA Viewer to check whether there is content in the document which cannot be displayed on a character-cell device.

If you are using the windowing CDA Viewer, check the content of the DDIF document using the Analysis back end or the application that created the file, or check with the creator of the document to find an appropriate method of viewing the file.

56328291, FILENOTOPEN, file is not open

 

Level:

Informational  

Explanation:

The routine expects a file to be loaded before calling, that is, you must call the DvrViewerFile() routine before calling the DvrNextPage() routine.  

User Action:

Ensure that you have called the necessary routines to open a file before trying to manipulate it.

56328299, OPENFAIL, file cannot be opened

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

File could not be opened.  

User Action:

Ensure that the file is set with the correct protections so that it can be opened. Ensure that the network is up if you are accessing a file over the network. Ensure that the file exists.

56328307, INVADDR, invalid address

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Invalid parameter passed to a routine.  

User Action:

Ensure that you are properly calling the routine. Some parameters must be passed by value and some must be passed by reference. Check the documentation to ensure that you are correctly passing the correct number of parameters.

56328339, MEMALLOFAIL, memory allocation failed

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

There is insufficient memory on your system to view the requested document page.  

User Action:

Reduce the system load and try again. If memory allocation fails again, you may require a system with more memory to view the requested document page.

56328347, MEMDEALLOFAIL, memory deallocation failed

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

The CDA Viewer's attempt to give back system memory has failed.  

User Action:

Ensure that the system is functioning properly.

56328355, INTERNALERROR, internal program error

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Unrecoverable CDA Viewer error.  

User Action:

Check the routine parameters to ensure that they are properly called. If all routine parameters are correct, submit an SPR and provide a way to reproduce the behavior.

56328395, BADINFILENAME, error parsing input file name

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Improper file name passed to a routine.  

User Action:

Ensure that the file name you are specifying conforms to the naming conventions on your operating system.

56328435, FATALERROR, fatal error, submit an SPR

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Unrecoverable error.  

User Action:

Check routine parameters to ensure that they are properly called. If everything appears normal, submit an SPR.

56328443, DRMREGISTERFAIL, DVR routines could not register widget, aborting

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Attempt to register a viewer widget with the Resource Manager failed. This will happen if the Resource Manager fails while trying to allocate memory to register the widget.  

User Action:

Reduce the system load and try again. If the Resource Manager fails again, you may require a system with more memory to run the CDA Viewer.

56328451, DRMHIERARCHYFAIL, DVR routines could not open Resource Manager hierarchy, aborting

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Attempt to open a viewer UID file has failed.  

User Action:

Ensure that the proper viewer UID files are installed. On Tru64 UNIX systems, the DXvdoc and DXdvr files are looked for in /usr/lib/X11/uid, which can be overridden by using the UIDPATH environment variable.

56328459, DRMMAINFETCHFAIL, DVR routines could not fetch main window, aborting

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Attempt to fetch viewer's main window from UID file has failed.  

User Action:

Ensure that the proper viewer UID files are installed. On Tru64 UNIX systems, the DXvdoc and DXdvr files are looked for in /usr/lib/X11/uid, which can be overridden by using the UIDPATH environment variable.

56328467, DRMSTRINGFETCHFAIL, DVR routines could not fetch strings, aborting

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Attempt to fetch one of the CDA Viewer's text string resources has failed.  

User Action:

Ensure that the proper viewer UID files are installed. On Tru64 UNIX systems, the DXvdoc and DXdvr files are looked for in /usr/lib/X11/uid, which can be overridden by using the UIDPATH environment variable.

56328475, DRMPOPUPFETCHFAIL, DVR routines could not fetch pop-up window

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Attempt to fetch one of the CDA Viewer's popup dialog windows has failed.  

User Action:

Ensure the proper viewer UID files are installed. On Tru64 UNIX systems, the DXvdoc and DXdvr files are looked for in /usr/lib/X11/uid, which can be overridden by using the UIDPATH environment variable.

56328491, IMAGEFAIL, error processing image information, cannot display

 

Level:

Informational  

Explanation:

The document contains invalid image data or unsupported image data. Some image features are not yet supported by the CDA Viewer, including color mappings other than RGB and pixel aspect ratios other than 1:1.  

User Action:

Report the problem to the party that created the image data. If the image data seems valid, submit an SPR.

56328499, GRAPHICFAIL, error processing graphic information, cannot display

 

Level:

Informational  

Explanation:

The document contains nondisplayable graphic data that could be invalid DDIF, or that might not yet be supported by the CDA Viewer.  

User Action:

Check the content of DDIF document using the Analysis back end or the application that created the file.

56328507, UNKOBJTYPE, unknown internal object type

 

Level:

Informational  

Explanation:

The document contains an unknown DDIF object type.  

User Action:

Check the content of the DDIF document using the Analysis back end or the application that created the file.

56328515, PAGENOTFOUND, specified page not found

 

Level:

Informational  

Explanation:

The CDA Viewer cannot access the requested page.

56328523, FORMATINFO, formatting information in diagnostic info

 

Level:

Informational  

Explanation:

The CDA Viewer has issued a diagnostic informational message regarding the DDIF content of a given document.  

User Action:

If you are using the CDA Viewer application, you can access the diagnostic information using the CDA Viewer's Diagnostic Information option under the File pulldown menu.

If you are using the callable viewer widget, specify an activate callback procedure and examine the callback data upon receiving a DvrCRcdaError callback reason.

56328536, FORMATWARN, formatting warning in diagnostic info

 

Level:

Warning  

Explanation:

The CDA Viewer has issued a diagnostic warning message regarding the DDIF content of a given document.  

User Action:

If you are using the CDA Viewer application, you can access the diagnostic information using the viewer's Diagnostic Information option under the File pulldown menu.

If you are using the callable viewer widget, specify an activate callback procedure, and examine the callback data upon receiving a DvrCRcdaError callback reason.

56328544, UNKSTRTYPE, unknown internal structure type

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

The document contains an unknown DDIF structure type.  

User Action:

Check the content of the DDIF document using the Analysis back end or the application that created the file.

56328552, BADPARAM, bad parameter detected

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Invalid parameter passed to a routine.  

User Action:

Ensure that you are properly calling the routine. Some parameters must be passed by value, and some must be passed by reference. Check the documentation to ensure that you are correctly passing the correct number of parameters.

56328560, FORMATERROR, formatting error in diagnostic info

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

The CDA Viewer has issued a diagnostic error message regarding the DDIF content of a given document.  

User Action:

Using the CDA Viewer application, you can access the diagnostic information using the Diagnostic Information option under the File pulldown menu.

If you are using the callable viewer widget, specify an activate callback procedure and examine the callback data upon receiving a DvrCRcdaError callback reason.

56328568, NOPSHEAD, file does not contain a PostScript header

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Attempt to view a PostScript file that does not begin with the standard characters (%!). Note that this status only applies to PostScript file viewing.  

User Action:

Modify the PostScript file to begin with the standard characters (%!). Or, if you are using the CDA Viewer application, the restriction will be turned off and you will be prompted to view the file again.

If you are using the callable viewer widget, you can set the DvrNheaderRequired resource using the XtSetValues routine.

56328576, NODPSEXT, server does not have the PostScript extension

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

Attempt to view a PostScript file on an X display that does not contain the Display PostScript Extension. The CDA Viewer requires a server with the Display PostScript Extension to display PostScript files. Note that this status applies only to viewing PostScript files.  

User Action:

Set the display to a server with the Display PostScript Extension and retry the operation.

56328584, NOPAGE, document contains no pages

 

Level:

Severe  

Explanation:

The document does not contain any displayable pages. A blank window will appear in the CDA Viewer.  

User Action:

Check the content of the DDIF document using the Analysis back end or the application that created the file.

56328594, OBSOLETE, obsolete viewer entry point referenced

 

Level:

Error  

Explanation:

Attempt to call an obsolete CDA Viewer entry point.  

User Action:

Update your file to include currently supported CDA Viewer entry points.

56328600, BADCOMMENTS, comments wrong, ignoring them for this file

 

Level:

Warning  

Explanation:

A PostScript file contains invalid comments. The CDA Viewer will continue viewing the file while ignoring the comments. Note that this status applies only to PostScript file viewing.

56328706, DRMCTXFAIL, DVR could not create application context, aborting

 

Level:

Error  

Explanation:

An attempt to create the application context using the Resource Manager failed. The viewer will terminate.  

User Action:

Error probably caused by insufficient memory. Reduce system load and try again.

 

SEE ALSO

dxvdoc(1X), vdoc(1), cda(4), cda_msg(4), ddif(4), ddis(4), dots(4), dtif(4)


 

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