Method ServiceController():setErrorControl() Foundation
Set new error control value and retrieve old one.
:setErrorControl( <cName>, ; [<nErrorControl>] ) --> NIL | nOldErrorControl
|SERVICE_ERROR_IGNORE||The operating system continues to boot|
|SERVICE_ERROR_NORMAL *)||The operating system continues to boot after a message box is displayed|
|SERVICE_ERROR_SEVERE||If the service cannot be started, the operating system is re-booted with the last-known-good-configuration. If the service fails again, the service is not started and the operating system continues booting with the last-known-good-configuration.|
|SERVICE_ERROR_CRITICAL||If the operating system is re-booted with the last-known-good-configuration, and the service cannot be started, the operating system aborts its boot procedure.|
This class method returns the old error control value. When NIL is returned, the appropriate controller is not yet registered with the class method :addController().
<nErrorControl> instructs the operating system how to react when the start of the specified service fails.
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