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Error Messages


Error messages from BSQL are shown when you enter an illegal BSQL command or attempt to execute an erroneous SQL statement.

The error messages for erroneous SQL statements are the same as the return codes found in the Mimer SQL Programmer's Manual.

Error messages that can be received for illegal BSQL commands are:

Code
Message
-1500
Illegal value for <%>
-1400
Invalid numerical argument
-1300
Only select statements can be used with PRINT
-1200
Previous perform file is not finished
-1101
Disk space exhausted
-1009
Unspecified file open error
-1008
** Installation dependent **
-1007
** Installation dependent **
-1006
Disk space exhausted
-1005
Maximum number of opened files exceeded
-1004
File locked
-1003
File protection violation
-1002
File not found
-1001
Syntax error in file name
-999
Too long statement
-900
No buffer saved
-801
Pending transaction, Commit or Rollback
-800
Load/unload is not allowed within a transaction
-777
Maximum header length exceeded
-776
Maximum record length <%> exceeded
-701
Help topic not found
-700
Help databank not installed or inaccessible
-666
Space area exhausted
-600
The number of host variables cannot exceed 20
-400
Record too large for one page (<%> lines required) Increase value of LC/PL or set them to zero
-300
Failed to read dictionary
-207
Too many parameters
-206
Unexpected end of command
-205
Invalid numerical literal
-204
Filenames must be enclosed in apostrophes
-203
String expected
-202
Undefined keyword
-201
Syntax error
-104
Missing statement terminator (@)
-103
Missing semicolon
-102
<%> command not valid in this context
-101
Ambiguous command <%>
-100
Undefined command <%>
-5
Conflict. One of COMMIT or ROLLBACK and EXIT or CONTINUE
-3
Too many files have been opened
-2
File could not be opened
-1
String exceeds 256 characters which is not allowed



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