7.11. ODPI-C Structure dpiErrorInfo
This structure is used for transferring error information from ODPI-C. All of the strings referenced here may become invalid as soon as the next ODPI-C call is made.
The OCI error code if an OCI error has taken place. If no OCI error has taken place the value is 0.
The 16-bit value of
offsetretained for backwards compatibility. This member will be removed at some point in the future.
const char *dpiErrorInfo.message
The error message as a byte string in the encoding specified by the
const char *dpiErrorInfo.encoding
The encoding in which the error message is encoded as a null-terminated string. For OCI errors this is the CHAR encoding used when the connection was created. For ODPI-C specific errors this is UTF-8.
const char *dpiErrorInfo.fnName
The public ODPI-C function name which was called in which the error took place. This is a null-terminated ASCII string.
const char *dpiErrorInfo.action
The internal action that was being performed when the error took place. This is a null-terminated ASCII string.
const char *dpiErrorInfo.sqlState
The SQLSTATE code associated with the error. This is a 5 character null-terminated string.
A boolean value indicating if the error is recoverable. This member always has a value of 0 unless both client and server are at release 12.1 or higher.
A boolean value indicating if the error information is for a warning returned by Oracle that does not prevent the requested operation from proceeding. Examples include connecting to the database with a password that is about to expire (within the grace period) and creating a stored procedure with compilation errors.
The parse error offset (in bytes) when executing a statement or the row offset when performing bulk operations or fetching batch error information. If neither of these cases are true, the value is 0.