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LSGetMessage info  Overview  Group

Notice:This is preliminary documentation for technology that will be supported in future releases of Microsoft Windows.

The LSGetMessage function returns the message string associated with a license service function status code.

LS_STATUS_CODE LS_API_ENTRY LSGetMessage(

    LS_HANDLE LicenseHandle,

// handle to the license context

    LS_STATUS_CODE Value,

// any status code returned by a license service function

    LS_STR *Buffer,

// pointer to buffer returning error message string

    LS_ULONG BufferSize

// maximum size of buffer string

   );

Parameters

LicenseHandle
[in] Specifies the handle to the license context. This parameter must be a handle created with the LSRequest function.
Value
[in] Specifies any status code returned by a license service function.
Buffer
[out] Points to a buffer in which a localized error message string will be returned.
BufferSize
[in] Specifies, in bytes, the maximum size of the string returned in the Buffer parameter.

Return Values

If the function succeeds, the return value is LS_SUCCESS.

If the function fails, the return value is a status code. For extended error information, call LSGetMessage to return the status text corresponding to the status code. The LSGetMessage function may return one of the following status codes:

Value

Meaning

LS_BAD_HANDLE

The handle used on the call does not describe a valid licensing system context.

LS_RESOURCES_UNAVAILABLE

The request cannot be completed because of insufficient resources, such as memory.

LS_TEXT_UNAVAILABLE

A warning occurred while looking up an error message string with the LSGetMessage function.

LS_UNKNOWN_STATUS

An unrecognized status code was passed to the LSGetMessage function.

LS_BUFFER_TOO_SMALL

The buffer that the Buffer parameter points to is too small to accommodate the text string to be returned; or the challenge data structure is too small to accommodate the challenge response.

LS_BAD_ARG

One or more of the arguments is incorrect.

Remarks

The LSGetMessage function returns a string describing a specific error, and possibly a suggested action to be taken in response to it. If the value specified in the Value parameter is the constant LS_USE_LAST, then the last error associated with the supplied licensing handle, plus its associated data, is returned. Otherwise, the function uses the supplied error code.

See Also

LSRequest 

See also:


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