D3DXFERR Return Values

The methods used to work with DirectX .x files can return the following values in addition to the standard COM return values.

D3DXFERR_BADARRAYSIZE

An array exceeds the allowable size.

D3DXFERR_BADCACHEFILE

A cache file could not be read.

D3DXFERR_BADDataReference

Template member data could not be retrieved.

D3DXFERR_BADFILE

A file read or write operation failed.

D3DXFERR_BADFILEFLOATSIZE

File is not the expected size.

D3DXFERR_BADFILETYPE

File has an invalid format.

D3DXFERR_BADFILEVERSION

File has an invalid format version.

D3DXFERR_BADOBJECT

Data could not be read from or written to an object.

D3DXFERR_BADRESOURCE

An operation on a resource failed.

D3DXFERR_BADTYPE

File did not match known template types.

D3DXFERR_BADVALUE

A variable is outside its expected range; typically returned when an object pointer is invalid.

D3DXFERR_FILENOTFOUND

A valid handle could not be found for the specified file.

D3DXFERR_NOMOREDATA

Pointer offset extended beyond the end of the buffer.

D3DXFERR_NOMOREOBJECTS

No more child objects are available.

D3DXFERR_NOTDONEYET

Data type did not match allowed types.

D3DXFERR_NOTFOUND

Object could not be found from the specified parameters.

D3DXFERR_PARSEERROR

Data stream could not be parsed.

D3DXFERR_RESOURCENOTFOUND

A valid handle could not be found for the specified resource.

Remarks

The .x file error facility code _FACD3DXF is used to generate error codes. For example:



#define _FACD3DXF           0x876
#define D3DXFERR_BADOBJECT  MAKE_HRESULT( 1, _FACD3DXF, 900 )


Requirements

Header

D3dx9xof.h

See also

D3DX X File Constants

 

 

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