Exit codes used in the command line
Published 28 May 2013
|1||General error code|
|3||Illegal argument duplication||Some arguments may not appear more than once in a command-line. If such arguments appear more than once this exit code will be returned.|
Unsatisfied argument dependency or violated exclusion when user runs command line
|For example, /arg2 depends on /arg1 but you have specified /arg2 without specifying /arg1. Alternatively, /arg2 cannot be used with /arg1 but you have tried to use them both.|
Value out of range
|Numeric value supplied for an argument that is outside the range of valid values for that argument.|
|33||Value overflow||The magnitude of a value supplied for an argument is too large and causes an overflow.|
|34||Invalid value||The value supplied for an argument is invalid.|
No / invalid software license or trial period has expired.
General command-line usage error
Some input data required by the tool is invalid or corrupt.
A resource or service required to run the tool is unavailable.
|70||Internal software error|
This code is returned when SQL Doc fails with an unknown exception. If SQL Doc returns this exit code, contact support.
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|73||Failed to create report|
IO error occurred
|Generally returned if the program attempts to write to a file that already exists without the user having specified the /force option.|
|77||Action cannot be completed because the user does not have permission|
Execution failed because of an error
|130||Execution stopped because Ctrl+Break|
|400||The command line arguments cannot be properly executed|
|402||There is no acceptable license||For information about finding your serial number and activating your license, see Licensing.|
|499||Activation was cancelled because the Cancel button was pressed during the process|
|500||An unhandled exception occurred.||The exception's message and stack trace will be included. If the error persists, please contact Red Gate Support.|