Method ServiceController():logError() Foundation
Handles error conditions.
:logError( <nError> ) --> self
The method returns the object executing the method.
Whenever one of the operations :install(), :uninstall(), :start(), :stop(), :pause() or :continue() fails, this method is called with one of the following values:
|SERVICE_MSG_CREATE_ERROR||Service could not be created|
|SERVICE_MSG_DELETE_ERROR||Service could not be uninstalled|
|SERVICE_MSG_START_ERROR||Service could not be started|
|SERVICE_MSG_PAUSE_ERROR||Service could not be paused|
|SERVICE_MSG_STOP_ERROR||Service could not be stopped|
|SERVICE_MSG_CONTINUE_ERROR||Service could not be continued|
|SERVICE_MSG_WIN9X||Operating system is not capable of running services|
|SERVICE_MSG_ALLREADYINSTALLED_ERROR||Controller for this service is already installed|
If a service controller is registered with a <oLogger> object that logs Control requests, the :logError() method passes the return value of DosErrorMessage() to the log object's method :write(). Refer to the :addController() method for details.
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