B.1.1 CADIReturn_t

Most methods return this result. It is a general indication of the status of the call.

When an error is detected, the debugger can call CADIXfaceGetError() to retrieve an error message in text form.

enum CADIReturn_t
   CADI_STATUS_OK,                     // The call was successful.
   CADI_STATUS_GeneralError,           // This indicates an error that isn't sufficiently 
                                       // explained by one of the other error status values.
   CADI_STATUS_UnknownCommand,         // The command is not recognized.
   CADI_STATUS_IllegalArgument,        // An argument value is illegal.
   CADI_STATUS_CmdNotSupported,        // The command is recognized but not supported.
   CADI_STATUS_ArgNotSupported,        // An argument to the command is recognized but not supported.
                                       // For example, the target does not support a 
                                       // particular type of complex breakpoint.
   CADI_STATUS_InsufficientResources,  // Not enough memory or other resources
                                       // exist to fulfill the command.
   CADI_STATUS_TargetNotResponding,    // A timeout has occurred across the CADI interface 
                                       // - the target did not respond to the command.
   CADI_STATUS_TargetBusy,             // The target received a request, but is unable to 
                                       // process the command. The caller can try this call 
                                       // again after some time.
   CADI_STATUS_BufferSize,             // Buffer too small (for char* types).
   CADI_STATUS_SecurityViolation,      // Request has not been fulfilled due to a security violation.
   CADI_STATUS_PermissionDenied,       // Request has not been fulfilled since the permission was denied.
   CADI_STATUS_ENUM_MAX = 0xFFFFFFFF   // Max enum value.
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