Error Message Numbers and Descriptions

An error message number is unique in identifying an error message and the error message description reflects the problem. Some error message description includes placeholders for information (such as object names) to be inserted in the error message when it is displayed.

In the Error Message column of the error table, a percent sign (%) followed by a character serves as a placeholder; the specific data is supplied when the error message is generated. The notation %d is a placeholder for a number; %ls (or %.*ls) is a placeholder for a string. For example, the actual error message displayed for error 00053 might be:

Remove the garbage control %1 in the %2 object.

When you report an error to Appeon technical support engineers, it is important to include error numbers, object types, and object names. Otherwise, it can be difficult and time-consuming for the support engineers to render assistance in resolving the error message.