Errors 1021 through 1030

Describes WMI SNMP provider errors 1021 through 1033.

Fatal Error 1021

Fatal Error 1022

Fatal Error 1023

Fatal Error 1024

Fatal Error 1025

Fatal Error 1026

Warning 1027

Fatal Error 1028

Fatal Error 1029

Fatal Error 1030

Fatal Error 1021

<1021, Fatal>: "<fileName><line#>: Identifier <identifier> in the VARIABLES clause of TRAP-TYPE does not resolve to a scalar OBJECT-TYPE"

TRAP-TYPE macro invocation, SNMPv1-specific module semantic error. Each item in the list of variables used in the VARIABLES clause of a TRAP-TYPE macro invocation must resolve to the name of a scalar OBJECT-TYPE instance.

Fatal Error 1022

<1022, Fatal>: "<fileName><line#>: Value does not resolve to type <type>"

Value assignment module semantic error, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. The value on the RHS of an INTEGER, NULL, OCTET STRING, or OBJECT IDENTIFIER value assignment is of the wrong type.

Fatal Error 1023

<1023, Fatal>: "<fileName><line#>: Identifier <identifier> does not resolve to the type <identifier>"

Value assignment module semantic error, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. A symbol (value reference) on the RHS of an INTEGER, NULL, OCTET STRING, or OBJECT IDENTIFIER value assignment does not resolve to the right type.

Fatal Error 1024

<1024, Fatal>: "<fileName><line#>: Negative integer in OID value definition"

Value assignment module semantic error, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. All values in an OID component list must be non-negative (preferably positive) integers.

Fatal Error 1025

<1025, Fatal>: "Identifier <identifier> in OID value does not resolve to a positive integer"

Value assignment module semantic error, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. All values in an OID component list must be non-negative (preferably positive) integers.

Fatal Error 1026

<1026, Fatal>: "<fileName><line#>: Identifier <identifier> in OID value neither resolves to an OID value nor a positive integer"

Value assignment module semantic error, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. The first component used in an OID value must resolve to an OID value or an INTEGER.

Warning 1027

<1027, Warning>: "<fileName><line#>: Imported symbol <identifier> unused"

IMPORTS section module semantic warning, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. A warning is issued for every unused imported symbol.

Fatal Error 1028

<1028, Fatal>: "Module <identifier> not imported in the IMPORTS section"

IMPORTS section module semantic error, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. A module name used in referencing a symbol must either be present in the IMPORTS clause, or be the name of the current module.

Fatal Error 1029

<1029, Fatal>: "<fileName><line#>: Current module <identifier> cannot be imported"

IMPORTS section module semantic error, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. The name of the current module also figures in the IMPORTS list.

Fatal Error 1030

<1030, Fatal>:"<fileName><line#>: Symbol <identifier> not imported from Module <identifier>"

IMPORTS section module semantic error, specific to neither SNMPv1 nor SNMPv2C. You have used the "Module.Symbol" notation, but the symbol has not been imported from the specified module in the IMPORTS section.

 

 

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