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A warning message.

A warning message related to the API client software.

A field (option, attribute, element, HTTP request, or part of a URL) contains invalid data. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

fieldName

StringOption. Length range 1-255 characters.

Specifies the name of the field that contains invalid data.

A file or stream in the Zip archive file format is invalid.

An entry in a Zip archive is invalid. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

entryName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the invalid entry. This option is only present if the invalid entry can be identified by a definite name.

A Zip archive is missing a required entry.

A Zip archive is missing an image entry.

A Zip archive is missing a version entry.

A field (option, attribute, element, Zip archive entry, or part of a URL) violates some syntactic constraint of this specification or a referenced specification. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

fieldName

StringOption. Length range 1-255 characters.

Specifies the name of the field that violates the constraint.

The data in a field are not in a valid format.

A field contains an invalid URL.

A field is not in the required order.

An XML item is not in the required order.

An XML element is not in the required order.

An XML element is not in the first child of its immediate parent when this is required.

An entry in a Zip file is not in the required order. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

entryName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the entry that is not in the correct order.

An entry in a Zip file is after another entry when this is not permitted.

An entry in a Zip file is after another entry when this is not permitted. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

afterEntryName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the entry that entryName was after, but should not have been after.

An entry in a Zip file is before another entry when this is not permitted.

An entry in a Zip file is before another entry when this is not permitted. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

beforeEntryName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the entry that entryName preceded, but should not have preceded.

An entry in a Zip file is before the version entry when this is not permitted.

The type of a field is not the type required.

The type of a field is not boolean, which is the type required.

The type of a field is not decimal, which is the type required.

The type of a field is not enumeration, which is the type required.

The type of a field is enumeration as required, but the enumeration does not contain the required choices in the required order. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

choices

StringListOption.

Specifies the required enumeration choices in the required order.

The type of a field is not locale, which is the type required.

The type of a field is not locale list, which is the type required.

The type of a field is not string, which is the type required.

The type of a field is not string list, which is the type required.

The type of a field is not time, which is the type required.

The type of a field is not TimeInterval, which is the type required.

The type of a field is not TimeIntervalList, which is the type required.

An option type is unexpected. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

expected

StringOption. Length range 1-255 characters.

Specifies the expected option type.

got

StringOption.

Specifies the actual option type.

A required field is missing.

A required option is missing.

A required option in a slide is missing. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

slideType

StringOption. Length range 1-255 characters.

Specifies the type of slide.

A required XML item is missing.

A document type declaration, or part of a document type declaration, is missing.

The system identifier in a document type declaration is missing.

A required XML element is missing.

A value is null when a non-null value is required.

The value of an item in a list is null when a non-null value is required. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

Index

decimalOption. Value range 0 to 231-1.

Specifies the index of the item that is null. The first item in the list has index zero.

A value in an option is null when a non-null value is required.

An option value is null when this is not permitted. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

optionName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the option. The optionName option is not present if the name of the invalid option is null or empty.

optionType

StringOption.

Specifies the type of the invalid option.

More values are required than are present. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

minNeeded

decimalOption. Value range 0 to 231-1.

Specifies the minimum number of values required.

A string list contains too few strings. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

listSize

decimalOption. Value range 0 to 231-1.

Specifies the number of strings in the string list.

A value is too short. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

length

decimalOption. Value range 0 to 231-1.

Specifies the length of the value that is too short.

min

decimalOption. Value range 0 to 231-1.

Specifies the minimum allowed length.

The value of an item in a list is too short. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

index

decimalOption. Value range 0 to 231-1.

Specifies the index of the item that is too short. The first item in the list has index zero.

A string in a list is too short. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

stringValue

StringOption.

Specifies the string value that is too short. This option is omitted if the string is empty.

A string is too short. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

stringValue

StringOption.

Specifies the string value that is too short. This option is omitted if the string is empty.

A string in an option is too short.

An invalid, unknown, or unexpected item is ignored.

An invalid, unknown, or unexpected option is ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

optionName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the ignored option. This option is not present if the name of the ignored option is null or empty.

optionType

StringOption.

Specifies the type of the ignored option.

An option with an unknown or unexpected option type is ignored.

An unknown or unexpected property is ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

propertyName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the unknown or unexpected property.

An unknown slide type is ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

slideType

StringOption.

Specifies the unknown slide type.

More values are present than are permitted. The extra values are ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

fieldName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the field containing too many values.

max

decimalOption. Value range 0 to 231-1.

Specifies the maximum number of values allowed.

An invalid value is replaced by a default. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

fieldName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the field containing the invalid value.

badValue

StringOption.

Specifies the invalid value.

replacement

StringOption.

Specifies the value used instead.

An invalid, unknown, or unexpected XML item is ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

elementType

StringOption.

Specifies the type of element that contained the unexpected attribute.

An invalid, unknown, or unexpected XML attribute is ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

attributeName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the ignored attribute.

optionName

StringOption. Length range 1-255 characters.

If the XML was part of an option, specifies the name of the option.

An invalid, unknown, or unexpected XML document type declaration is ignored.

An invalid, unknown, or unexpected XML root element in a document type declaration is ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

expected

StringOption. Length range 1-255 characters.

Specifies the expected root element type.

got

StringOption.

Specifies the actual root element.

An invalid, unknown, or unexpected XML system identifier in a document type declaration is ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

expected

StringOption. Length range 1-1023 characters.

Specifies the expected system identifier.

got

StringOption.

Specifies the actual system identifier.

An invalid, unknown, or unexpected XML element is ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

parent

StringOption. Length range 1-255 characters.

Specifies the element of the immediate parent. This option is omitted for the root element, or if the immediate parent is not known.

expected

StringOption. Length range 1-255 characters.

Specifies the expected element.

got

StringOption.

Specifies the actual element.

A Zip file entry with an invalid, unknown, or unexpected name or suffix is ignored. For example, an entry named image14.jpg is ignored because entries with the ".jpg" suffix are not permitted. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

entryName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the ignored entry.

A Zip file entry that is a directory is ignored.

An unexpected Zip file entry is ignored.

An unexpected Zip file entry is ignored. The suffix of the entry name indicates the entry contains an image.

An item occurs more than once when only one occurrence is permitted. All but one occurrence are ignored.

An option appears more than once in an option list. The first value of the option is used, and all subsequent values are ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

optionName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the repeated option.

An XML element has more than one option list child element when only one option list child element is permitted.

A property is repeated when this is not permitted. The last value of the property is used, and all previous values are ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

propertyName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the repeated property.

A repeated Zip file entry is ignored. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

entryName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the ignored entry.

A repeated version Zip file entry is ignored.

A warning message related to the conference center.

A field (option, attribute, element, or part of a URL) violates some syntactic constraint of this specification or a referenced specification. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

fieldName

StringOption. Length range 1-255 characters.

Specifies the name of the field that violates the constraint.

The data in a field are not in a valid format.

The data in a field are not a valid hexadecimal number where this is required.

An invalid, unknown, or unexpected item is ignored.

An invalid value is replaced by a default. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

fieldName

StringOption.

Specifies the name of the field that contains the invalid value.

badValue

StringOption.

Specifies the invalid value.

replacement

StringOption.

Specifies the value that is used instead.

An unexpected item is encountered.

An unexpected version is encountered. The following table specifies the options corresponding to this message and those below it in the hierarchy.

Name

Description

gotVersionMajor

decimalOption.

Specifies the major version number encountered.

gotVersionMinor

decimalOption.

Specifies the minor version number encountered.

supportedVersions

StringListOption.

Specifies the versions supported by the conference center.

A version has an unexpected major version number.

A version has an unexpected minor version number.

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