DOM Exception Error Codes

This topic lists the values that are returned by the DOMException, EventException, RangeException, and SVGException objects in a Windows Store app using JavaScript. The list is sorted alphabetically by name.

Constant/valueDescription
DOMException.ABORT_ERR
20

The user aborted an operation. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string AbortError is returned instead.

DOMException.DOMSTRING_SIZE_ERR
2

The specified range of text is too large. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string DOMStringSizeError is returned instead.

DOMException.HIERARCHY_REQUEST_ERR
3

The node cannot be inserted at the requested location. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string HierarchyRequestError is returned instead.

DOMException.INDEX_SIZE_ERR
1

Index or size is negative, or greater than the allowed value. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string IndexSizeError is returned instead.

DOMException.INUSE_ATTRIBUTE_ERR
10

The specified attribute is already in use elsewhere. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string InuseAttributeError is returned instead.

DOMException.INVALID_ACCESS_ERR
15

A parameter or operation is not supported. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string InvalidAccessError is returned instead.

DOMException.INVALID_CHARACTER_ERR
5

An invalid or illegal character is specified, such as, in a name. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string InvalidCharacterError is returned instead.

DOMException.INVALID_MODIFICATION_ERR
13

The underlying object type cannot be modified. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string InvalidModificationError is returned instead.

DOMException.INVALID_STATE_ERR
11

The specified node is not attached to the document. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string InvalidStateError is returned instead.

DOMException.NAMESPACE_ERR
14

A namespace is required, or an invalid namespace is used. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string NamespaceError is returned instead.

DOMException.NETWORK_ERR
19

A network error occurred. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string NetworkError is returned instead.

DOMException.NO_DATA_ALLOWED_ERR
6

Data is specified for a node that does not support data. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string NoDataAllowedError is returned instead.

DOMException.NO_MODIFICATION_ALLOWED_ERR
7

An attempt is made to modify an object that cannot be changed. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string NoModificationAllowedError is returned instead.

DOMException.NOT_FOUND_ERR
8

The specified node cannot be found. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string NotFoundError is returned instead.

DOMException.NOT_SUPPORTED_ERR
9

The requested operation is not supported. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string NotSupportedError is returned instead.

DOMException.QUOTA_EXCEEDED_ERR
22

The operation would exceed storage limits. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string QuotaExceededError is returned instead.

DOMException.SECURITY_ERR
18

The operation is not allowed due to same origin policy restriction. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string SecurityError is returned instead.

DOMException.SYNTAX_ERR
12

An invalid string value is specified. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string SyntaxError is returned instead.

DOMException.TYPE_MISMATCH_ERR
17

The node type is incompatible with the expected parameter type. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string TypeMismatchError is returned instead.

DOMException.URL_MISMATCH_ERR
21

The specified URL does not match. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string URLMismatchError is returned instead.

DOMException.VALIDATION_ERR
16

The operation would cause the node to fail validation. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string ValidationError is returned instead.

DOMException.WRONG_DOCUMENT_ERR
4

The node is owned by a different document and cannot be used. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string WrongDocumentError is returned instead.

EventException.UNSPECIFIED_EVENT_TYPE_ERR
0

The event was not initialized before it was dispatched. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string InvalidStateError is returned instead.

EventException.DISPATCH_REQUEST_ERR
1

An event cannot dispatched more than one time. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string InvalidCharacterError is returned instead.

RangeException.BAD_BOUNDARYPOINTS_ERR
1

Start point and end point are not in the same branch. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string BadBoundarypointsError is returned instead.

RangeException.INVALID_NODE_TYPE_ERR
2

The node type is not valid for the specified operation. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string InvalidNodeTypeError is returned instead.

SVGException.SVG_INVALID_VALUE_ERR
1

The value is outside the expected range. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string SVGInvalidValueError is returned instead.

SVGException.SVG_MATRIX_NOT_INVERTABLE_ERR
2

The matrix cannot be inverted (for example, its determinant is near zero). Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string SVGMatrixNotInvertableError is returned instead.

SVGException.SVG_WRONG_TYPE_ERR
0

The object type is not valid for the specified operation. Starting with a Windows Store app using JavaScript, the error-code string SVGWrongTypeError is returned instead.

Remarks

For an example of how to process a Windows Store app using JavaScript (and later) error-code strings, see FileError.

Requirements

 

 

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