Error message format

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Error handlingET/MT-3x6, ET/MT-2x8 series error messagesError message format

 

The error message printed on the screen has two parts:

common for all messages
specific for the driver (protocol) and for the error type

 

Format of the error message is like this:

ERROR:<error_number>:<error_title> LINE:<line_number>:<driver_name> CODE:(<label><supplementary_data>)

 

error_number identifies the error type:

141: Address error
136: Bus error
138: Checksum error
142: Command error
139: Communication error
143: Configuration error
140: No communication
144: No memory
145: Synchronisation error
146: Telegram error

 

error_title explains the error type. The explanation may be a standard text:

ADDRESS_ERR
BUS_ERR
CHECK_SUM_ERR
COMMAND_ERR
COMMUNICATION_ERR
CONFIGURATION_ERR
NO_COMMUNICATION
NO_MEMORY
SYNCHRONIZATION_ERR
TELEGRAM_ERR

 

or a text defined by user in the System messages of the application project.

line_number is used for the connection identification when the same driver type is installed on more communication lines
driver_name identifies the driver type e.g. "MMS", "ModbusM", etc.
label points to the program code where the error was detected
supplementary_data offer additional information regarding the error type. This part of the error message is optional.

 

Example: Following error message informs about an error "No memory" in the driver type 3964R assigned to line 1, the error was detected in the driver code on label A.

 

ERROR:144:NO_MEMORY  LINE:1:3964R CODE:(A)

 

 

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