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Informational and Warning Messages

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The InfoWarn element represents one informational or warning message. InfoWarn is analogous to Fault. The following table specifies the child elements of InfoWarn. The child elements must be in the order shown in the table.

Element

Occurrences

Code

1

Message

1

OptionList

1

The Code element contains one non-empty code string with length in the range of 1-2047 characters. A code string denotes an informational or warning message in a hierarchy that proceeds from the general to the specific. The character "." (dot) separates the levels in the hierarchy. The part to the left of each dot is more general; the part to the right is more specific. Case is significant.

This section specifies a code hierarchy. API client software must accept any code string, whether or not it is mentioned in this specification. Any specific conference center release may not return all the codes specified in this section.

The Message element contains one string with length in the range of 1-2047 characters. It contains non-localized text.

The OptionList may contain options that depend on the code. These options are specified along with the corresponding codes. Options may correspond to any level of the code hierarchy, or to all levels. All options are optional; API client software must not depend on the presence of any option. All options specified in the following table correspond to the most general level of the code hierarchy.

Name

Description

Time

TimeOption

Specifies the time of the message.

Subject

Description

Info Messages

Describe the available informational message that may be returned from a conference center.

Warn Messages

Describe the available warning messages that may be returned from a conference center.

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