Errors 1041 through 1050

Describes WMI SNMP provider errors 1041 through 1050.

Fatal Error 1041

Fatal Error 1042

Warning 1043

Fatal Error 1044

Warning 1045

Warning 1046

Warning 1047

Warning 1048

Fatal Error 1049

Fatal Error 1041

<1041, Fatal>: "<fileName><line#>: Identifier <identifier> in range specification does not resolve to an integral value"

Module semantic error in range or size specification, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. The symbol used in a SIZE specification must resolve to OCTET STRING or Opaque. Any value used in specifying a range must be an integer.

Fatal Error 1042

<1042, Fatal>: "<fileName><line#>: Upper bound of range specification is less than the lower bound"

Module semantic error in range or size specification, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. The symbol used in a SIZE specification must resolve to OCTET STRING or Opaque. The lower bound of a range or SIZE specification must be no greater than the upper bound.

Warning 1043

<1043, Warning>: "<fileName>:<line#>: OBJECT-TYPE with SYNTAX "SEQUENCE", should have an ACCESS clause "not-accessible"

OBJECT-TYPE macro invocation module semantic warning. A table or conceptual row (SEQUENCE OF or SEQUENCE object types, respectively) must be "not-accessible."

This warning can occur in either SNMPv1 or SNMPv2C.

Fatal Error 1044

<1044, Fatal>: "<fileName><line#>: Redefinition of symbol <identifier>"

Module semantic error, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. Redefinition of object descriptors, macro invocations, and ASN.1 types cause an error.

Warning 1045

<1045, Warning>: "<fileName><lineReference to standard symbol <symbolName> assumed to be for the definition as in <moduleName>. Use the "module.symbol" notations, if you want to refer to the definition in the current module"

Module semantic warning, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. A symbol known to the compiler has been redefined, and is being referenced. The compiler assumes the standard definition of the symbol. Therefore, to use a redefinition of the standard symbol, you must use the "Module.Symbol" notation.

Warning 1046

<1046, Warning>: "<fileName><line#>: <symbol> undefined. Assuming standard definition"

Module semantic warning, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. A symbol known to the compiler must not be redefined or used without being imported.

Warning 1047

<1047, Warning>: "<fileName><line#>: Type definition <symbol> defined but not referenced"

Module semantic warning, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. All value assignments and type definitions must be referenced somewhere.

Warning 1048

<1048, Warning>: "<fileName><line#>: Value definition <symbol> defined but not referenced"

Module semantic warning, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. All value assignments and type definitions must be referenced somewhere.

Fatal Error 1049

<1049, Fatal>: "<fileName>:<line#>: DEFVAL clause not allowed for OBJECT-TYPE with SYNTAX NetworkAddress"

OBJECT-TYPE macro invocation SNMPv1-specific module semantic error. The DEFVAL clause is not allowed for an OBJECT-TYPE whose SYNTAX clause resolves to NetworkAddress.

 

 

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