sd_bus_message_new_method_error(3) — Linux manual page



NAME         top

       sd_bus_message_new_method_error, sd_bus_message_new_method_errorf,
       sd_bus_message_new_method_errno, sd_bus_message_new_method_errnof -
       Create a an error reply for a method call

SYNOPSIS         top

       #include <systemd/sd-bus.h>

       int sd_bus_message_new_method_error(sd_bus_message *call,
                                           sd_bus_message **m,
                                           const sd_bus_error *e);

       int sd_bus_message_new_method_errorf(sd_bus_message *call,
                                            sd_bus_message **m,
                                            const char *name,
                                            const char *format, ...);

       int sd_bus_message_new_method_errno(sd_bus_message *call,
                                           sd_bus_message **m, int error,
                                           const sd_bus_error *p);

       int sd_bus_message_new_method_errnof(sd_bus_message *call,
                                            sd_bus_message **m, int error,
                                            const char *format, ...);

DESCRIPTION         top

       The sd_bus_message_new_method_error() function creates a new bus
       message object that is an error reply to the call message, and
       returns it in the m output parameter. The error information from
       error e is appended: the name field of e is used as the error
       identifier in the reply header (for example an error name such as
       "org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NotSupported" or the equivalent symbolic
       SD_BUS_ERROR_NOT_SUPPORTED), and the message field is set as the
       human readable error message string if present. The error e must have
       the name field set, see sd_bus_error_is_set(3).

       The sd_bus_message_new_method_errorf() function creates an error
       reply similarly to sd_bus_message_new_method_error(), but instead of
       a ready error structure, it takes an error identifier string name,
       plus a printf(3) format string format and corresponding arguments. An
       error reply is sent with the error identifier name and the formatted
       string as the message.  name and format must not be NULL.

       The sd_bus_message_new_method_errno() function creates an error reply
       similarly to sd_bus_message_new_method_error(), but in addition to
       the error structure p, it takes an errno(3) error value in parameter
       error. If the error p is set (see sd_bus_error_is_set(3)), it is used
       in the reply. Otherwise, error is translated to an error identifier
       and used to create a new error structure using
       sd_bus_error_set_errno(3) and that is used in the reply. (If error is
       zero, no error is actually set, and an error reply with no
       information is created.)

       The sd_bus_message_new_method_errnof() function creates an error
       reply similarly to sd_bus_message_new_method_error(). It takes an
       errno(3) error value in parameter error, plus a printf(3) format
       string format and corresponding arguments.  "%m" may be used in the
       format string to refer to the error string corresponding to the
       specified errno code. The error message is initialized using the
       error identifier generated from error and the formatted string. (If
       error is zero, no error is actually set, and an error reply with no
       information is created.)

RETURN VALUE         top

       These functions return 0 if the error reply was successfully created,
       and a negative errno-style error code otherwise.

       Returned errors may indicate the following problems:

           The call message call or the output parameter m are NULL.

           Message call is not a method call message.

           The error error parameter to sd_bus_message_new_method_error is
           not set, see sd_bus_error_is_set(3).

           Message call has been sealed.

           The bus to which message call is attached is not connected.

           Memory allocation failed.

NOTES         top

       These APIs are implemented as a shared library, which can be compiled
       and linked to with the libsystemd pkg-config(1) file.

SEE ALSO         top

       systemd(1), sd-bus(3)

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systemd 245                               SD_BUS_MESSAGE_NEW_METHOD_ERROR(3)

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