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WinSock Error Code

Can some one tell me where I can find a full list of the error codes returned by Winsock, when I try and send data via my socket I getr the following code : 4358532 can someone post a URL with all of them

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proskigCommented:
I have it in the book

   

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Appendix C -- Winsock Error Codes
This appendix lists the Winsock error codes by error number. This list does not include the Winsock errors marked BSD-specific or undocumented. In addition, the Winsock errors that map directly to Win32 errors appear toward the end of this appendix.

10004WSAEINTR

Interrupted function call. This error indicates that a blocking call was interrupted by a call to WSACancelBlockingCall.

10009WSAEBADF

Bad file handle. This error means that the supplied file handle is invalid. Under Microsoft Windows CE, it is possible for the socket function to return this error, which indicates that the shared serial port is busy.

10013WSAEACCES

Permission denied. An attempt was made to manipulate the socket, which is forbidden. This error most commonly occurs when attempting to use a broadcast address in sendto or WSASendTo, in which broadcast permission has not been set with setsockopt and the SO_BROADCAST option.

10014WSAEFAULT

Invalid address. The pointer address passed into the Winsock function is invalid. This error is also generated when the specified buffer is too small.

10022WSAEINVAL

Invalid argument. An invalid argument was specified. For example, specifying an invalid control code to WSAIoctl will generate this error. Plus, it can indicate an error with the current state of a socketfor example, calling accept or WSAAccept on a socket that is not listening.

10024WSAEMFILE

Too many open files. Too many sockets are open. Typically, the Microsoft providers are limited only by the amount of resources available on the system.

10035WSAEWOULDBLOCK

Resource temporarily unavailable. This error is most commonly returned on nonblocking sockets in which the requested operation cannot complete immediately. For example, calling connect on a nonblocking socket will return this error because the connection request cannot be completed immediately.

10036WSAEINPROGRESS

Operation now in progress. A blocking operation is currently executing. Typically, you will not see this error unless you are developing 16-bit Winsock applications.

10037WSAEALREADY

Operation already in progress. This error typically occurs when an operation that is already in progress is attempted on a nonblocking socketfor example, calling connect or WSAConnect a second time on a nonblocking socket already in the process of connecting. This error can also occur when a service provider is in the process of executing a callback function (for those Winsock functions that support callback routines).

10038WSAENOTSOCK

Socket operation on an invalid socket. This error can be returned from any Winsock function that takes a SOCKET handle as a parameter. This error indicates that the supplied socket handle is not valid.

10039WSAEDESTADDRREQ

Destination address required. This error indicates that the supplied address was omitted. For instance, calling sendto with the destination address INADDR_ANY will return this error.

10040WSAEMSGSIZE

Message too long. This error can mean a number of things. If a message is sent on a datagram socket that is too large for the internal buffer, this error occurs. It also occurs if the message is too large because of a network limitation. Finally, if upon receiving a datagram the buffer is too small to receive the message, this error is generated.

10041WSAEPROTOTYPE

Wrong protocol type for socket. A protocol was specified in a call to socket or WSASocket that does not support the semantics of the given socket type. For example, requesting to create an IP socket of type SOCK_STREAM and protocol IPPROTO_UDP will generate this error.

10042WSAENOPROTOOPT

Bad protocol option. An unknown, unsupported, or invalid socket option or level was specified in a call to getsockopt or setsockopt.

10043WSAEPROTONOSUPPORT

Protocol not supported. Either the requested protocol is not installed on the system or no implementation exists for it. For example, if TCP/IP is not installed on the system, attempting to create either a TCP or a UDP socket will generate this error.

10044WSAESOCKTNOSUPPORT

Socket type not supported. Support for the specified socket type does not exist for the given address family. For example, requesting a socket of type SOCK_RAW for a protocol that does not support raw sockets will generate this error.

10045WSAEOPNOTSUPP

Operation not supported. The attempted operation is not supported for the referenced object. Typically, this occurs when trying to call a Winsock function on a socket that does not support that operation. For example, calling accept or WSAAccept on a datagram socket will cause this error.

10046WSAEPFNOSUPPORT

Protocol family not supported. The requested protocol family does not exist or is not installed on the system. In most cases, this error is interchangeable with WSAEAFNOSUPPORT, which occurs more often.

10047WSAEAFNOSUPPORT

Address family does not support requested operation. This error occurs when attempting to perform an operation that is not supported by the socket type. For example, trying to call sendto or WSASendTo with a socket of type SOCK_STREAM will generate this error. This error can also occur when calling socket or WSASocket and requesting an invalid combination of address family, socket type, and protocol.

10048WSAEADDRINUSE

Address already in use. Under normal circumstances, only one socket is permitted to use each socket address. (For example, an IP socket address consists of the local IP address and port number.) This error is usually associated with the bind, connect, and WSAConnect functions. The socket option SO_REUSEADDR can be set with the setsockopt function to allow multiple sockets access to the same local IP address and port. (For more information, see Chapter 9.)

10049WSAEADDRNOTAVAIL

Cannot assign requested address. This error occurs when the address specified in an API call is not valid for that function. For example, specifying an IP address in bind that does not correspond to a local IP interface will generate this error. This error also can occur when specifying port 0 for the remote machine to connect to with connect, WSAConnect, sendto, WSASendTo, and WSAJoinLeaf.

10050WSAENETDOWN

Network is down. The operation encountered a dead network. This could indicate the failure of the network stack, the network interface, or the local network.

10051WSAENETUNREACH

Network is unreachable. An operation was attempted to an unreachable network. This indicates that the local host does not know how to reach the remote hostin other words, no known route to the destination exists.

10052WSAENETRESET

Network dropped the connection on reset. The connection has been broken because keepalives have detected a failure. This error can also occur when attempting to set the SO_KEEPALIVE option with setsockopt on a connection that has already failed.

10053WSAECONNABORTED

Software caused the connection to abort. An established connection was aborted due to a software error. Typically, this means the connection was aborted due to a protocol or timeout error.

10054WSAECONNRESET

Connection reset by peer. An established connection was forcibly closed by the remote host. This error can occur if the remote process is abnormally terminated (as in memory violation or hardware failure) or if a hard close was performed on the socket. A socket can be configured for a hard close using the SO_LINGER socket option and setsockopt. (For more information, see Chapter 9.)

10055WSAENOBUFS

No buffer space available. The requested operation could not be performed because the system lacked sufficient buffer space.

10056WSAEISCONN

Socket is already connected. A connection is being attempted on a socket that is already connected. This can occur on both datagram and stream sockets. When using datagram sockets, if connect or WSAConnect has been called to associate an endpoint's address for datagram communication, attempting to call either sendto or WSASendTo will generate this error.

10057WSAENOTCONN

Socket is not connected. This error occurs when a request is made to send or receive data on a connection-oriented socket that is not currently connected.

10058WSAESHUTDOWN

Cannot send after socket shutdown. The socket has already been partially closed by a call to shutdown, and either a send or a receive operation is being requested. Note that this occurs only on the data-flow direction that has been shut down. For example, after calling shutdown on sends, any call to send data will generate this error.

10060WSAETIMEDOUT

Connection timed out. This error occurs when a connection request has been made and the remote computer fails to properly respond (or doesn't respond at all) after a specified length of time. This error is typically seen when the socket options SO_SNDTIMEO and SO_RCVTIMEO are set on a socket as well as when the connect and WSAConnect functions are called. For more information on setting SO_SNDTIMEO and SO_RCVTIMEO on a socket, see Chapter 9.

10061WSAECONNREFUSED

Connection refused. The connection could not be established because the target machine refused it. This error usually occurs because no application on the remote machine is servicing connections on that address.

10064WSAEHOSTDOWN

Host is down. This error indicates that the operation has failed because the destination host is down; however, an application is more likely to receive the error═WSAETIMEDOUT because it typically occurs when attempting to establish a connection.

10065WSAEHOSTUNREACH

No route to host. An operation was attempted to an unreachable host. This error is similar to WSAENETUNREACH.

10067WSAEPROCLIM

Too many processes. Some Winsock service providers set a limit on the number of processes that can simultaneously access them.

10091WSASYSNOTREADY

Network subsystem is unavailable. This error is returned when calling WSAStartup, and the provider cannot function because the underlying system that provides services is unavailable.

10092WSAVERNOTSUPPORTED

Winsock.dll version out of range. The requested version of the Winsock provider is not supported.

10093WSANOTINITIALISED

Winsock has not been initialized. A successful call to WSAStartup has not yet been performed.

10101WSAEDISCON

Graceful shutdown in progress. This error is returned by WSARecv and WSARecvFrom to indicate that the remote party has initiated a graceful shutdown. This error occurs on message-oriented protocols such as ATM.

10102WSAENOMORE

No more records found. This error is returned from WSALookupServiceNext to indicate that no additional records are left. This error is interchangeable with WSA_E_NO_MORE. Applications should check for both this error and WSA_E_NO_MORE.

10103WSAECANCELLED

Operation canceled. This error indicates that a call to WSALookupServiceEnd was made while a call to WSALookupServiceNext was still processing. WSALookupServiceNext returns this error. This code is interchangeable with WSA_E_CANCELLED. Applications should check for both this error and WSA_E_CANCELLED.

10104WSAEINVALIDPROCTABLE

The procedure call table is invalid. This error is typically returned by a service provider when the procedure table contains invalid entries. For more information on service providers, see Chapter 14.

10105WSAEINVALIDPROVIDER

Invalid service provider. This error is associated with service providers and occurs when the provider cannot establish the correct Winsock version needed to function correctly.

10106WSAEPROVIDERFAILEDINIT

The provider failed to initialize. This error is associated with service providers and is typically seen when the provider cannot load the necessary DLLs.

10107WSASYSCALLFAILURE

System call failure. A system call that should never fail has failed.

10108WSASERVICE_NOT_FOUND

No such service found. This error is normally associated with registration and name resolution functions when querying for services. (See Chapter 10 for more information about these functions.) This error indicates that the requested service could not be found in the given name space.

10109WSATYPE_NOT_FOUND

Class type not found. This error is also associated with the registration and name resolution functions when manipulating service classes. When an instance of a service is registered, it must reference a service class that was previously installed with WSAInstallServiceClass.

10110WSA_E_NO_MORE

No more records found. This error is returned from WSALookupServiceNext to indicate that no additional records are left. It is interchangeable with WSAENOMORE. Applications should check for both this error and WSAENOMORE.

10111WSA_E_CANCELLED

Operation canceled. This error indicates that a call to WSALookupServiceEnd was made while a call to WSALookupServiceNext was still processing. WSALookupServiceNext returns this error. This code is interchangeable with WSAECANCELLED. Applications should check for both this error and WSAECANCELLED.

10112WSAEREFUSED

Query refused. A database query failed because it was actively refused.

11001WSAHOST_NOT_FOUND

Host not found. This error occurs with gethostbyname and gethostbyaddr to indicate that an authoritative answer host was not found.

11002WSATRY_AGAIN

Nonauthoritative host not found. This error is also associated with gethostbyname and gethostbyaddr, and it indicates that either the nonauthoritative host was not found or a server failure occurred.

11003WSANO_RECOVERY

A nonrecoverable error occurred. This error is also associated with gethostbyname and gethostbyaddr. It indicates that a nonrecoverable error has occurred and the operation should be tried again.

11004WSANO_DATA

No data record of the requested type found. This error is also associated with gethostbyname and gethostbyaddr. It indicates that the supplied name was valid but that no data record of the requested type was found with it.

11005WSA_QOS_RECEIVERS

At least one reserve message has arrived. This value is associated with IP Quality of Service (QOS) and is not an error per se. (See Chapter 12 for more on QOS.) It indicates that at least one process on the network is interested in receiving QOS traffic.

11006WSA_QOS_SENDERS

At least one path message has arrived. This value is associated with QOS and is more of a status message. This value indicates that at least one process on the network is interested in sending QOS traffic.

11007WSA_QOS_NO_SENDERS

No QOS senders. This value is associated with QOS and indicates that there are no longer any processes interested in sending QOS data. See Chapter 12 for a more complete description of when this error occurs.

11008WSA_QOS_NO_RECEIVERS

No QOS receivers. This value is associated with QOS and indicates that there are no longer any processes interested in receiving QOS data. See Chapter 12 for a more complete description of this error.

11009WSA_QOS_REQUEST_CONFIRMED

Reservation request has been confirmed. QOS applications can request that they be notified when their reservation request for network bandwidth has been approved. When such a request is made, this is the message generated. See Chapter 12 for a more complete description.

11010WSA_QOS_ADMISSION_FAILURE

Error due to lack of resources. Insufficient resources were available to satisfy the QOS bandwidth request.

11011WSA_QOS_POLICY_FAILURE

Invalid credentials. Either the user did not possess the correct privileges or the supplied credentials were invalid when making a QOS reservation request.

11012WSA_QOS_BAD_STYLE

Unknown or conflicting style. QOS applications can establish different filter styles for a given session. This error indicates either unknown or conflicting style types. See Chapter 12 for a description of filter styles.

11013WSA_QOS_BAD_OBJECT

Invalid FILTERSPEC structure or provider-specific object. This error occurs if either the FLOWSPEC structures or the provider-specific buffers of a QOS object are invalid. See Chapter 12 for more details.

11014WSA_QOS_TRAFFIC_CTRL_ERROR

Problem with a FLOWSPEC. This error occurs if the traffic control component has a problem with the supplied FLOWSPEC parameters that are passed as a member of a QOS object.

11015WSA_QOS_GENERIC_ERROR

General QOS error. This is a catchall error that is returned when the other QOS errors do not apply.

6WSA_INVALID_HANDLE

Specified event object invalid. This Win32 error is seen when using Winsock functions that map to Win32 functions. This particular error occurs when a handle passed to WSAWaitForMultipleEvents is invalid.

8WSA_NOT_ENOUGH_MEMORY

Insufficient memory available. This Win32 error indicates that insufficient memory is available to complete the operation.

87WSA_INVALID_PARAMETER

One or more parameters are invalid. This Win32 error indicates that a parameter passed into the function is invalid. This error also occurs with WSAWaitForMultipleEvents when the event count parameter is not valid.

258WSA_WAIT_TIMEOUT

Operation timed out. This Win32 error indicates that the overlapped operation did not complete in the specified time.

995WSA_OPERATION_ABORTED

Overlapped operation aborted. This Win32 error indicates that an overlapped I/O operation was canceled because of the closure of a socket. In addition, this error can occur when executing the SIO_FLUSH ioctl command.

996WSA_IO_INCOMPLETE

Overlapped I/O event object is not in a signaled state. This Win32 error is also associated with overlapped I/O. It is seen when calling WSAGetOverlappedResults and indicates that the overlapped I/O operation has not yet completed.

997WSA_IO_PENDING

Overlapped operations will complete later. When making an overlapped I/O call with a Winsock function, this Win32 error is returned to indicate that the operation is pending and will complete later. See Chapter 8 for a discussion of overlapped I/O.
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NJGAuthor Commented:
Could prove handy but it doesn't address my error code, let me take a closer look will get back to you, if the error is on my part the points are yours!
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NJGAuthor Commented:
Yes but they dont explain my error codes?!?


I get these now : 4325424
                : 4325496

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NJGAuthor Commented:
I re-wrote the code it now works almost... Thanks those codes will come in useful
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NJGAuthor Commented:
Sorry pressed the wrong button
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MDarlingCommented:
how about looking in the winsock header file?
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jaswwCommented:
Here is another page for winsock error codes:

http://www.winsock-error.com

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