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Faxman 4 db field values

Jim Queen Dec 09, 2011 07:39AM EST

In the faxman db the fields LOG and FE. can you provide what the values saved in these fields mean. I think that 4 in LOG field = complete and 8 = failed but there are other values used during the process and I can't find it in the documentation.
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DTI Support  Data Techniques Employee Dec 09, 2011 10:24AM EST

Hello,

The Log is the logical log id so the values are:

Pending = 1
Sending = 2,
Complete = 4,
Failed = 8,
Receive = 16

The FE field is the fax error which are:

FAXERR_OK = 0,
FAXERR_ACK, // Command wasn't acknowledged w/OK
FAXERR_BADFAXMODEM, // Faxmodem doesn't support FaxModem-level ops
FAXERR_INIT, // error initializing faxmodem
FAXERR_FDIS, // bad FDIS settings
FAXERR_FLID, // some kind of error setting local ID
FAXERR_DIAL, // error dialing
FAXERR_FCON_ERR, // error trying to connect to remote fax
FAXERR_FCSI, // bad FCSI string
FAXERR_NEG_FDIS, // error receiving Negotiated +FDIS
FAXERR_BADSTATE, // tried to do something at wrong time
FAXERR_BUSY, // line is busy
FAXERR_NODIALTONE, // no dialtone found when dialing
FAXERR_NOCONNECT, // Got an answer but it wasnt a fax device
FAXERR_CANCEL, // user cancel
FAXERR_FPTS, // bad or no FPTS when expected
FAXERR_FHNG, // bad FHNG exit code or no FHNG when expected
FAXERR_FDCS, // +FDCS: not found when expected
FAXERR_ERROR, // general unspecific error w/faxmodem
FAXERR_FILE, // invalid fax file or files specified
FAXERR_VERSION, // incompatible DLL/Server versions

FAXERR_TIMEOUT, // Timeout during fax send/recv
FAXERR_NO_MPS_RESP, // Sent MPS 3 times w/o response
FAXERR_NO_EOP_RESP, // Sent EOP 3 times w/o response
FAXERR_NOTRAIN, // Unable to train with remote system
FAXERR_PORTINIT, // Error Opening/Initializing Port
FAXERR_KILLED, //killed the fax, probably to use the port for tx vs rx
FAXERR_NOANSWER, // No Answer

The values start with zero and increment by one for each value.

Thanks for your interest in our products and please let us know if you have any questions.

Sincerely,
Sean
Data Techniques Supportax

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