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Telepathy protocol errors

Telepathy protocol errors — The errors from the Telepathy D-Bus spec, as a GLib error domain

Synopsis

#include <telepathy-glib/telepathy-glib.h>

#define             TP_ERROR_PREFIX
#define             TP_ERROR
#define             TP_TYPE_ERROR
enum                TpError;
void                tp_g_set_error_invalid_handle_type  (guint type,
                                                         GError **error);
void                tp_g_set_error_unsupported_handle_type
                                                        (guint type,
                                                         GError **error);
const gchar *       tp_error_get_dbus_name              (TpError error);
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_NETWORK_ERROR
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_INVALID_ARGUMENT
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_AVAILABLE
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_PERMISSION_DENIED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_DISCONNECTED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_INVALID_HANDLE
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_BANNED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_FULL
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_INVITE_ONLY
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_YOURS
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CANCELLED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_AUTHENTICATION_FAILED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_ENCRYPTION_NOT_AVAILABLE
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_ENCRYPTION_ERROR
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_NOT_PROVIDED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_UNTRUSTED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_EXPIRED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_NOT_ACTIVATED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_FINGERPRINT_MISMATCH
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_HOSTNAME_MISMATCH
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_SELF_SIGNED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_INVALID
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_CAPABLE
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_OFFLINE
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_KICKED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_BUSY
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_NO_ANSWER
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_DOES_NOT_EXIST
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_TERMINATED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_REFUSED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_FAILED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_LOST
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_ALREADY_CONNECTED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_REPLACED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_REGISTRATION_EXISTS
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_SERVICE_BUSY
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_RESOURCE_UNAVAILABLE
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_WOULD_BREAK_ANONYMITY
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_REVOKED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_INSECURE
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_LIMIT_EXCEEDED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_YET
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_REJECTED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_PICKED_UP_ELSEWHERE
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CONFUSED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_SERVICE_CONFUSED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_SOFTWARE_UPGRADE_REQUIRED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_EMERGENCY_CALLS_NOT_SUPPORTED
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_INSUFFICIENT_BALANCE
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_MEDIA_CODECS_INCOMPATIBLE
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_MEDIA_UNSUPPORTED_TYPE
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_MEDIA_STREAMING_ERROR
#define             TP_ERROR_STR_CAPTCHA_NOT_SUPPORTED

Object Hierarchy

  GEnum
   +----TpError

Description

This header provides the Telepathy D-Bus errors, in the form of a GLib error domain. For D-Bus methods which fail with one of these errors, dbus-glib will generate a reply message with the appropriate error.

It also provides utility functions used by functions which return an error.

Details

TP_ERROR_PREFIX

#define TP_ERROR_PREFIX "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error"

The common prefix of Telepathy errors, as a string constant, without the trailing '.' character.

Since 0.7.1


TP_ERROR

#define TP_ERROR (tp_error_quark ())

The error domain for the D-Bus errors described in the Telepathy specification. Error codes in this domain come from the TpError enumeration.

This macro expands to a call to a function returning the Telepathy error domain. Since 0.7.17, this function automatically registers the domain with dbus-glib for server-side use (using dbus_g_error_domain_register()) when called.

This used to be called TP_ERRORS.

Since 0.11.7


TP_TYPE_ERROR

#define TP_TYPE_ERROR (tp_error_get_type ())

The GType of the Telepathy error enumeration.


enum TpError

typedef enum {
    TP_ERROR_NETWORK_ERROR, /*< nick=NetworkError >*/
    TP_ERROR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED, /*< nick=NotImplemented >*/
    TP_ERROR_INVALID_ARGUMENT, /*< nick=InvalidArgument >*/
    TP_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE, /*< nick=NotAvailable >*/
    TP_ERROR_PERMISSION_DENIED, /*< nick=PermissionDenied >*/
    TP_ERROR_DISCONNECTED, /*< nick=Disconnected >*/
    TP_ERROR_INVALID_HANDLE, /*< nick=InvalidHandle >*/
    TP_ERROR_CHANNEL_BANNED, /*< nick=Channel.Banned >*/
    TP_ERROR_CHANNEL_FULL, /*< nick=Channel.Full >*/
    TP_ERROR_CHANNEL_INVITE_ONLY, /*< nick=Channel.InviteOnly >*/
    TP_ERROR_NOT_YOURS, /*< nick=NotYours >*/
    TP_ERROR_CANCELLED, /*< nick=Cancelled >*/
    TP_ERROR_AUTHENTICATION_FAILED, /*< nick=AuthenticationFailed >*/
    TP_ERROR_ENCRYPTION_NOT_AVAILABLE, /*< nick=EncryptionNotAvailable >*/
    TP_ERROR_ENCRYPTION_ERROR, /*< nick=EncryptionError >*/
    TP_ERROR_CERT_NOT_PROVIDED, /*< nick=Cert.NotProvided >*/
    TP_ERROR_CERT_UNTRUSTED, /*< nick=Cert.Untrusted >*/
    TP_ERROR_CERT_EXPIRED, /*< nick=Cert.Expired >*/
    TP_ERROR_CERT_NOT_ACTIVATED, /*< nick=Cert.NotActivated >*/
    TP_ERROR_CERT_FINGERPRINT_MISMATCH, /*< nick=Cert.FingerprintMismatch >*/
    TP_ERROR_CERT_HOSTNAME_MISMATCH, /*< nick=Cert.HostnameMismatch >*/
    TP_ERROR_CERT_SELF_SIGNED, /*< nick=Cert.SelfSigned >*/
    TP_ERROR_CERT_INVALID, /*< nick=Cert.Invalid >*/
    TP_ERROR_NOT_CAPABLE, /*< nick=NotCapable >*/
    TP_ERROR_OFFLINE, /*< nick=Offline >*/
    TP_ERROR_CHANNEL_KICKED, /*< nick=Channel.Kicked >*/
    TP_ERROR_BUSY, /*< nick=Busy >*/
    TP_ERROR_NO_ANSWER, /*< nick=NoAnswer >*/
    TP_ERROR_DOES_NOT_EXIST, /*< nick=DoesNotExist >*/
    TP_ERROR_TERMINATED, /*< nick=Terminated >*/
    TP_ERROR_CONNECTION_REFUSED, /*< nick=ConnectionRefused >*/
    TP_ERROR_CONNECTION_FAILED, /*< nick=ConnectionFailed >*/
    TP_ERROR_CONNECTION_LOST, /*< nick=ConnectionLost >*/
    TP_ERROR_ALREADY_CONNECTED, /*< nick=AlreadyConnected >*/
    TP_ERROR_CONNECTION_REPLACED, /*< nick=ConnectionReplaced >*/
    TP_ERROR_REGISTRATION_EXISTS, /*< nick=RegistrationExists >*/
    TP_ERROR_SERVICE_BUSY, /*< nick=ServiceBusy >*/
    TP_ERROR_RESOURCE_UNAVAILABLE, /*< nick=ResourceUnavailable >*/
    TP_ERROR_WOULD_BREAK_ANONYMITY, /*< nick=WouldBreakAnonymity >*/
    TP_ERROR_CERT_REVOKED, /*< nick=Cert.Revoked >*/
    TP_ERROR_CERT_INSECURE, /*< nick=Cert.Insecure >*/
    TP_ERROR_CERT_LIMIT_EXCEEDED, /*< nick=Cert.LimitExceeded >*/
    TP_ERROR_NOT_YET, /*< nick=NotYet >*/
    TP_ERROR_REJECTED, /*< nick=Rejected >*/
    TP_ERROR_PICKED_UP_ELSEWHERE, /*< nick=PickedUpElsewhere >*/
    TP_ERROR_CONFUSED, /*< nick=Confused >*/
    TP_ERROR_SERVICE_CONFUSED, /*< nick=ServiceConfused >*/
    TP_ERROR_EMERGENCY_CALLS_NOT_SUPPORTED, /*< nick=EmergencyCallsNotSupported >*/
    TP_ERROR_SOFTWARE_UPGRADE_REQUIRED, /*< nick=SoftwareUpgradeRequired >*/
    TP_ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_BALANCE, /*< nick=InsufficientBalance >*/
    TP_ERROR_MEDIA_CODECS_INCOMPATIBLE, /*< nick=Media.CodecsIncompatible >*/
    TP_ERROR_MEDIA_UNSUPPORTED_TYPE, /*< nick=Media.UnsupportedType >*/
    TP_ERROR_MEDIA_STREAMING_ERROR, /*< nick=Media.StreamingError >*/
    TP_ERROR_CAPTCHA_NOT_SUPPORTED, /*< nick=CaptchaNotSupported >*/
} TpError;

Enumerated type representing the Telepathy D-Bus errors.

TP_ERROR_NETWORK_ERROR

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NetworkError: Raised when there is an error reading from or writing to the network.

TP_ERROR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotImplemented: Raised when the requested method, channel, etc is not available on this connection.

TP_ERROR_INVALID_ARGUMENT

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.InvalidArgument: Raised when one of the provided arguments is invalid.

TP_ERROR_NOT_AVAILABLE

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotAvailable: Raised when the requested functionality is temporarily unavailable.

TP_ERROR_PERMISSION_DENIED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.PermissionDenied: The user is not permitted to perform the requested operation.

TP_ERROR_DISCONNECTED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Disconnected: The connection is not currently connected and cannot be used. This error may also be raised when operations are performed on a Connection for which StatusChanged has signalled status Disconnected for reason None.

TP_ERROR_INVALID_HANDLE

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.InvalidHandle: An identifier being converted to a handle was syntactically invalid, or an invalid handle was used.

TP_ERROR_CHANNEL_BANNED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.Banned: You are banned from the channel.

TP_ERROR_CHANNEL_FULL

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.Full: The channel is full.

TP_ERROR_CHANNEL_INVITE_ONLY

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.InviteOnly: The requested channel is invite-only.

TP_ERROR_NOT_YOURS

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotYours: The requested channel or other resource already exists, and another client is responsible for it

TP_ERROR_CANCELLED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cancelled: Raised by an ongoing request if it is cancelled by user request before it has completed, or when operations are performed on an object which the user has asked to close (for instance, a Connection where the user has called Disconnect, or a Channel where the user has called Close).

TP_ERROR_AUTHENTICATION_FAILED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.AuthenticationFailed: Raised when authentication with a service was unsuccessful.

TP_ERROR_ENCRYPTION_NOT_AVAILABLE

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.EncryptionNotAvailable: Raised if a user request insisted that encryption should be used, but encryption was not actually available.

TP_ERROR_ENCRYPTION_ERROR

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.EncryptionError: Raised if encryption appears to be available, but could not actually be used (for instance if SSL/TLS negotiation fails).

TP_ERROR_CERT_NOT_PROVIDED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.NotProvided: Raised if the server did not provide a SSL/TLS certificate.

TP_ERROR_CERT_UNTRUSTED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Untrusted: Raised if the server provided a SSL/TLS certificate signed by an untrusted certifying authority.

TP_ERROR_CERT_EXPIRED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Expired: Raised if the server provided an expired SSL/TLS certificate.

TP_ERROR_CERT_NOT_ACTIVATED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.NotActivated: Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that will become valid at some point in the future.

TP_ERROR_CERT_FINGERPRINT_MISMATCH

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.FingerprintMismatch: Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that did not have the expected fingerprint.

TP_ERROR_CERT_HOSTNAME_MISMATCH

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.HostnameMismatch: Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that did not match its hostname.

TP_ERROR_CERT_SELF_SIGNED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.SelfSigned: Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that is self-signed and untrusted.

TP_ERROR_CERT_INVALID

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Invalid: Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that is unacceptable in some way that does not have a more specific error.

TP_ERROR_NOT_CAPABLE

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotCapable: Raised when requested functionality is unavailable due to a contact not having the required capabilities.

TP_ERROR_OFFLINE

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Offline: Raised when requested functionality is unavailable because a contact is offline.

TP_ERROR_CHANNEL_KICKED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.Kicked: Used to represent a user being ejected from a channel by another user, for instance being kicked from a chatroom.

TP_ERROR_BUSY

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Busy: Used to represent a user being removed from a channel because of a "busy" indication.

TP_ERROR_NO_ANSWER

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NoAnswer: Used to represent a user being removed from a channel because they did not respond, e.g. to a StreamedMedia call.

TP_ERROR_DOES_NOT_EXIST

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.DoesNotExist: Raised when the requested user does not, in fact, exist.

TP_ERROR_TERMINATED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Terminated: Raised when a channel is terminated for an unspecified reason. In particular, this error SHOULD be used whenever normal termination of a 1-1 StreamedMedia call by the remote user is represented as a D-Bus error name.

TP_ERROR_CONNECTION_REFUSED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionRefused: Raised when a connection is refused.

TP_ERROR_CONNECTION_FAILED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionFailed: Raised when a connection can't be established.

TP_ERROR_CONNECTION_LOST

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionLost: Raised when a connection is broken.

TP_ERROR_ALREADY_CONNECTED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.AlreadyConnected: Raised on attempts to connect again to an account that is already connected, if the protocol or server does not allow this. Since 0.7.34

TP_ERROR_CONNECTION_REPLACED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionReplaced: Used as disconnection reason for an existing connection if it is disconnected because a second connection to the same account is made. Since 0.7.34

TP_ERROR_REGISTRATION_EXISTS

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.RegistrationExists: Raised on attempts to register an account on a server when the account already exists. Since 0.7.34

TP_ERROR_SERVICE_BUSY

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ServiceBusy: Raised when a server or other infrastructure rejects a request because it is too busy. Since 0.7.34

TP_ERROR_RESOURCE_UNAVAILABLE

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ResourceUnavailable: Raised when a local process rejects a request because it does not have enough of a resource, such as memory. Since 0.7.34

TP_ERROR_WOULD_BREAK_ANONYMITY

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.WouldBreakAnonymity: Raised when a request cannot be satisfied without violating an earlier request for anonymity, and the earlier request specified that raising an error is preferable to disclosing the user's identity Since 0.11.7

TP_ERROR_CERT_REVOKED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Revoked: Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that has been revoked. Since 0.11.12

TP_ERROR_CERT_INSECURE

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Insecure: Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that uses an insecure cipher algorithm or is cryptographically weak. Since 0.11.12

TP_ERROR_CERT_LIMIT_EXCEEDED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.LimitExceeded: Raised if the length in bytes of the server certificate, or the depth of the server certificate chain, exceed the limits imposed by the crypto library. Since 0.11.12

TP_ERROR_NOT_YET

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotYet: Raised when the requested functionality is not yet available, but is likely to become available after some time has passed. Since 0.11.15

TP_ERROR_REJECTED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Rejected: Raised when an incoming or outgoing call is rejected by the receiving contact. Since 0.13.2

TP_ERROR_PICKED_UP_ELSEWHERE

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.PickedUpElsewhere: Raised when a call was terminated as a result of the local user picking up the call on a different resource. Since 0.13.3

TP_ERROR_CONFUSED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Confused: Raised if a server rejects protocol messages from a connection manager claiming that they do not make sense, two local processes fail to understand each other, or an apparently impossible situation is reached. This has a similar meaning to TP_DBUS_ERROR_INCONSISTENT but can be passed between processes via D-Bus. Since 0.13.7

TP_ERROR_SERVICE_CONFUSED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ServiceConfused: Raised when a server or other piece of infrastructure indicates an internal error, or when a message that makes no sense is received from a server or other piece of infrastructure. Since 0.13.7

TP_ERROR_EMERGENCY_CALLS_NOT_SUPPORTED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.EmergencyCallsNotSupported: Raised when a client attempts to dial a number that is recognized as an emergency number (e.g. '911' in the USA), but the Connection Manager or provider does not support dialling emergency numbers.

TP_ERROR_SOFTWARE_UPGRADE_REQUIRED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.SoftwareUpgradeRequired: Raised when a Connection cannot be established because either the Connection Manager or its support library (e.g. wocky, papyon, sofiasip) requires upgrading to support a newer protocol version.

TP_ERROR_INSUFFICIENT_BALANCE

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.InsufficientBalance: Raised if the user has insufficient balance to place a call. The key 'balance-required' MAY be included in CallStateDetails on a Call channel (with the same units and scale as AccountBalance) to indicate how much credit is required to make this call.

TP_ERROR_MEDIA_CODECS_INCOMPATIBLE

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Media.CodecsIncompatible: Raised when the local streaming implementation has no codecs in common with the remote side. Since 0.15.6

TP_ERROR_MEDIA_UNSUPPORTED_TYPE

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Media.UnsupportedType: The media stream type requested is not supported by either the local or remote side. Since 0.15.6

TP_ERROR_MEDIA_STREAMING_ERROR

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Media.StreamingError: Raised when the call's streaming implementation has some kind of internal error. Since 0.15.6

TP_ERROR_CAPTCHA_NOT_SUPPORTED

org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Media.CaptchaNotSupported: Raised if no UI is available to present captchas, or if one is available but it is unable to answer any of the captchas given.

tp_g_set_error_invalid_handle_type ()

void                tp_g_set_error_invalid_handle_type  (guint type,
                                                         GError **error);

Set the error NotImplemented for an invalid handle type, with an appropriate message.

Changed in version 0.7.23: previously, the error was InvalidArgument.

type :

An invalid handle type

error :

Either NULL, or used to return an error (as for g_set_error)

tp_g_set_error_unsupported_handle_type ()

void                tp_g_set_error_unsupported_handle_type
                                                        (guint type,
                                                         GError **error);

Set the error NotImplemented for a handle type which is valid but is not supported by this connection manager, with an appropriate message.

Changed in version 0.7.23: previously, the error was InvalidArgument.

type :

An unsupported handle type

error :

Either NULL, or used to return an error (as for g_set_error)

tp_error_get_dbus_name ()

const gchar *       tp_error_get_dbus_name              (TpError error);

error :

a member of the TpError enum.

Returns :

the D-Bus error name corresponding to error.

Since 0.7.31


TP_ERROR_STR_NETWORK_ERROR

#define TP_ERROR_STR_NETWORK_ERROR "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NetworkError"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NetworkError

Raised when there is an error reading from or writing to the network.


TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_IMPLEMENTED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotImplemented"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotImplemented

Raised when the requested method, channel, etc is not available on this connection.


TP_ERROR_STR_INVALID_ARGUMENT

#define TP_ERROR_STR_INVALID_ARGUMENT "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.InvalidArgument"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.InvalidArgument

Raised when one of the provided arguments is invalid.


TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_AVAILABLE

#define TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_AVAILABLE "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotAvailable"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotAvailable

Raised when the requested functionality is temporarily unavailable.


TP_ERROR_STR_PERMISSION_DENIED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_PERMISSION_DENIED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.PermissionDenied"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.PermissionDenied

The user is not permitted to perform the requested operation.


TP_ERROR_STR_DISCONNECTED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_DISCONNECTED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Disconnected"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Disconnected

The connection is not currently connected and cannot be used. This error may also be raised when operations are performed on a Connection for which <tp:dbus-ref namespace="org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Connection">StatusChanged</tp:dbus-ref> has signalled status Disconnected for reason None. <tp:rationale> The second usage corresponds to None in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum; if a better reason is available, the corresponding error should be used instead. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_INVALID_HANDLE

#define TP_ERROR_STR_INVALID_HANDLE "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.InvalidHandle"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.InvalidHandle

The handle specified is unknown on this channel or connection.


TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_BANNED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_BANNED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.Banned"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.Banned

You are banned from the channel.


TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_FULL

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_FULL "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.Full"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.Full

The channel is full.


TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_INVITE_ONLY

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_INVITE_ONLY "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.InviteOnly"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.InviteOnly

The requested channel is invite-only.


TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_YOURS

#define TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_YOURS "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotYours"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotYours

<tp:docstring xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>The requested channel or other resource already exists, and another user interface in this session is responsible for it.</p> <p>User interfaces SHOULD handle this error unobtrusively, since it indicates that some other user interface is already processing the channel.</p>


TP_ERROR_STR_CANCELLED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CANCELLED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cancelled"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cancelled

Raised by an ongoing request if it is cancelled by user request before it has completed, or when operations are performed on an object which the user has asked to close (for instance, a Connection where the user has called Disconnect, or a Channel where the user has called Close). <tp:rationale> The second form can be used to correspond to the Requested member in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum, or to to represent the situation where disconnecting a Connection, closing a Channel, etc. has been requested by the user but this request has not yet been acted on, for instance because the service will only act on the request when it has finished processing an event queue. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_AUTHENTICATION_FAILED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_AUTHENTICATION_FAILED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.AuthenticationFailed"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.AuthenticationFailed

Raised when authentication with a service was unsuccessful. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Authentication_Failed in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_ENCRYPTION_NOT_AVAILABLE

#define TP_ERROR_STR_ENCRYPTION_NOT_AVAILABLE "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.EncryptionNotAvailable"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.EncryptionNotAvailable

Raised if a user request insisted that encryption should be used, but encryption was not actually available. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to part of Encryption_Error in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum. It's been separated into a distinct error here because the two concepts that were part of EncryptionError seem to be things that could reasonably appear differently in the UI. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_ENCRYPTION_ERROR

#define TP_ERROR_STR_ENCRYPTION_ERROR "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.EncryptionError"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.EncryptionError

Raised if encryption appears to be available, but could not actually be used (for instance if SSL/TLS negotiation fails). <tp:rationale> This corresponds to part of Encryption_Error in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_NOT_PROVIDED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_NOT_PROVIDED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.NotProvided"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.NotProvided

Raised if the server did not provide a SSL/TLS certificate. This error MUST NOT be used to represent the absence of a client certificate provided by the Telepathy connection manager. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Cert_Not_Provided in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum. That error explicitly applied only to server SSL certificates, so this one is similarly limited; having the CM present a client certificate is a possible future feature, but it should have its own error handling. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_UNTRUSTED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_UNTRUSTED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Untrusted"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Untrusted

Raised if the server provided a SSL/TLS certificate signed by an untrusted certifying authority. This error SHOULD NOT be used to represent a self-signed certificate: see the Self Signed error for that. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Cert_Untrusted in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum and to Untrusted in the <tp:type>TLS_Certificate_Reject_Reason</tp:type> enum, with a clarification to avoid ambiguity. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_EXPIRED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_EXPIRED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Expired"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Expired

Raised if the server provided an expired SSL/TLS certificate. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Cert_Expired in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum and to Expired in the <tp:type>TLS_Certificate_Reject_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_NOT_ACTIVATED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_NOT_ACTIVATED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.NotActivated"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.NotActivated

Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that will become valid at some point in the future. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Cert_Not_Activated in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum and to Not_Activated in the <tp:type>TLS_Certificate_Reject_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_FINGERPRINT_MISMATCH

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_FINGERPRINT_MISMATCH "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.FingerprintMismatch"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.FingerprintMismatch

Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that did not have the expected fingerprint. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Cert_Fingerprint_Mismatch in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum and to Fingerprint_Mismatch in the <tp:type>TLS_Certificate_Reject_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_HOSTNAME_MISMATCH

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_HOSTNAME_MISMATCH "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.HostnameMismatch"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.HostnameMismatch

<tp:docstring xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that did not match its hostname.</p> <p>You MAY be able to get more details about the expected and certified hostnames by looking up the 'expected-hostname' and 'certificate-hostname' keys in the details map that came together with this error.</p> <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Cert_Hostname_Mismatch in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum and to Hostname_Mismatch in the <tp:type>TLS_Certificate_Reject_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_SELF_SIGNED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_SELF_SIGNED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.SelfSigned"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.SelfSigned

Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that is self-signed and untrusted. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Cert_Self_Signed in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum and to Self_Signed in the <tp:type>TLS_Certificate_Reject_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_INVALID

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_INVALID "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Invalid"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Invalid

Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that is unacceptable in some way that does not have a more specific error. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Cert_Other_Error in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum and to Unknown in the <tp:type>TLS_Certificate_Reject_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_CAPABLE

#define TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_CAPABLE "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotCapable"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotCapable

Raised when requested functionality is unavailable due to contact not having required capabilities.


TP_ERROR_STR_OFFLINE

#define TP_ERROR_STR_OFFLINE "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Offline"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Offline

Raised when requested functionality is unavailable because a contact is offline. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Offline in the <tp:type>Channel_Group_Change_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_KICKED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CHANNEL_KICKED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.Kicked"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Channel.Kicked

Used to represent a user being ejected from a channel by another user, for instance being kicked from a chatroom. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Kicked in the <tp:type>Channel_Group_Change_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_BUSY

#define TP_ERROR_STR_BUSY "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Busy"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Busy

Used to represent a user being removed from a channel because of a &quot;busy&quot; indication. This error SHOULD NOT be used to represent a server or other infrastructure being too busy to process a request - for that, see ServerBusy. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Busy in the <tp:type>Channel_Group_Change_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_NO_ANSWER

#define TP_ERROR_STR_NO_ANSWER "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NoAnswer"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NoAnswer

Used to represent a user being removed from a channel because they did not respond, e.g. to a StreamedMedia call. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to No_Answer in the <tp:type>Channel_Group_Change_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_DOES_NOT_EXIST

#define TP_ERROR_STR_DOES_NOT_EXIST "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.DoesNotExist"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.DoesNotExist

Raised when the requested user does not, in fact, exist. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Invalid_Contact in the <tp:type>Channel_Group_Change_Reason</tp:type> enum, but can also be used to represent other things not existing (like chatrooms, perhaps). </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_TERMINATED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_TERMINATED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Terminated"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Terminated

Raised when a channel is terminated for an unspecified reason. In particular, this error SHOULD be used whenever normal termination of a 1-1 StreamedMedia call by the remote user is represented as a D-Bus error name. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to None in the <tp:type>Channel_Group_Change_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_REFUSED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_REFUSED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionRefused"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionRefused

Raised when a connection is refused.


TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_FAILED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_FAILED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionFailed"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionFailed

Raised when a connection can't be established.


TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_LOST

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_LOST "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionLost"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionLost

Raised when a connection is broken.


TP_ERROR_STR_ALREADY_CONNECTED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_ALREADY_CONNECTED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.AlreadyConnected"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.AlreadyConnected

Raised when the user attempts to connect to an account but they are already connected (perhaps from another client or computer), and the protocol or account settings do not allow this. <tp:rationale> XMPP can have this behaviour if the user chooses the same resource in both clients (it is server-dependent whether the result is AlreadyConnected on the new connection, ConnectionReplaced on the old connection, or two successful connections). </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_REPLACED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CONNECTION_REPLACED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionReplaced"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ConnectionReplaced

Raised by an existing connection to an account if it is replaced by a new connection (perhaps from another client or computer). <tp:rationale> In MSNP, when connecting twice with the same Passport, the new connection &quot;wins&quot; and the old one is automatically disconnected. XMPP can also have this behaviour if the user chooses the same resource in two clients (it is server-dependent whether the result is AlreadyConnected on the new connection, ConnectionReplaced on the old connection, or two successful connections). </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_REGISTRATION_EXISTS

#define TP_ERROR_STR_REGISTRATION_EXISTS "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.RegistrationExists"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.RegistrationExists

Raised during in-band registration if the server indicates that the requested account already exists.


TP_ERROR_STR_SERVICE_BUSY

#define TP_ERROR_STR_SERVICE_BUSY "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ServiceBusy"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ServiceBusy

<tp:docstring xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> Raised if a server or some other piece of infrastructure cannot process the request, e.g. due to resource limitations. Clients MAY try again later. <tp:rationale> This is not the same error as Busy, which indicates that a <em>user</em> is busy. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_RESOURCE_UNAVAILABLE

#define TP_ERROR_STR_RESOURCE_UNAVAILABLE "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ResourceUnavailable"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ResourceUnavailable

Raised if a request cannot be satisfied because a process local to the user has insufficient resources. Clients MAY try again later. <tp:rationale> For instance, the <tp:dbus-ref namespace="org.freedesktop.Telepathy">ChannelDispatcher</tp:dbus-ref> might raise this error for some or all channel requests if it has detected that there is not enough free memory. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_WOULD_BREAK_ANONYMITY

#define TP_ERROR_STR_WOULD_BREAK_ANONYMITY "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.WouldBreakAnonymity"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.WouldBreakAnonymity

Raised if a request cannot be satisfied without violating an earlier request for anonymity, and the earlier request specified that raising an error is preferable to disclosing the user's identity (for instance via <tp:dbus-ref namespace="org.freedesktop.Telepathy">Connection.Interface.Anonymity.AnonymityMandatory</tp:dbus-ref> or <tp:dbus-ref namespace="org.freedesktop.Telepathy">Channel.Interface.Anonymity.AnonymityMandatory</tp:dbus-ref>).


TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_REVOKED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_REVOKED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Revoked"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Revoked

Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that has been revoked. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Cert_Revoked in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum and to Revoked in the <tp:type>TLS_Certificate_Reject_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_INSECURE

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_INSECURE "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Insecure"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.Insecure

Raised if the server provided an SSL/TLS certificate that uses an insecure cipher algorithm or is cryptographically weak. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Cert_Insecure in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum and to Insecure in the <tp:type>TLS_Certificate_Reject_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_LIMIT_EXCEEDED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CERT_LIMIT_EXCEEDED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.LimitExceeded"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Cert.LimitExceeded

Raised if the length in bytes of the server certificate, or the depth of the server certificate chain exceeds the limits imposed by the crypto library. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to Cert_Limit_Exceeded in the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> enum and to Limit_Exceeded in the <tp:type>TLS_Certificate_Reject_Reason</tp:type> enum. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_YET

#define TP_ERROR_STR_NOT_YET "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotYet"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.NotYet

Raised when the requested functionality is not yet available, but is likely to become available after some time has passed.


TP_ERROR_STR_REJECTED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_REJECTED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Rejected"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Rejected

Raised when an incoming or outgoing <tp:dbus-ref namespace="ofdT.Channel.Type">Call1</tp:dbus-ref> is rejected by the the receiver.


TP_ERROR_STR_PICKED_UP_ELSEWHERE

#define TP_ERROR_STR_PICKED_UP_ELSEWHERE "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.PickedUpElsewhere"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.PickedUpElsewhere

Raised when a call was terminated as a result of the local user picking up the call on a different resource.


TP_ERROR_STR_CONFUSED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CONFUSED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Confused"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Confused

Raised if a server rejects protocol messages from a connection manager claiming that they do not make sense, two local processes fail to understand each other, or an apparently impossible situation is reached. <tp:rationale> For instance, this would be an appropriate mapping for XMPP's errors bad-format, invalid-xml, etc., which can't happen unless the local (or remote) XMPP implementation is faulty. This is also analogous to <tp:value-ref type="Media_Stream_Error">Invalid_CM_Behavior</tp:value-ref>, <code>TP_DBUS_ERROR_INCONSISTENT</code> in telepathy-glib, and <code>TELEPATHY_QT4_ERROR_INCONSISTENT</code> in telepathy-qt4. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_SERVICE_CONFUSED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_SERVICE_CONFUSED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ServiceConfused"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.ServiceConfused

Raised when a server or other piece of infrastructure indicates an internal error, or when a message that makes no sense is received from a server or other piece of infrastructure. <tp:rationale> For instance, this is appropriate for XMPP's <code>internal-server-error</code>, and is also appropriate if you receive sufficiently inconsistent information from a server that you cannot continue. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_SOFTWARE_UPGRADE_REQUIRED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_SOFTWARE_UPGRADE_REQUIRED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.SoftwareUpgradeRequired"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.SoftwareUpgradeRequired

<tp:docstring xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>Raised as a <tp:dbus-ref namespace="ofdT.Connection">ConnectionError</tp:dbus-ref> when a Connection cannot be established because either the Connection Manager or its support library (e.g. wocky, papyon, sofiasip) requires upgrading to support a newer protocol version.</p> <p>This error corresponds to the <tp:type>Connection_Status_Reason</tp:type> of Network_Error.</p> <tp:rationale> Some protocols transmit a protocol or library version number to the server, which will disconnect them if the version isn't appropriate. This way we can report the error to the user, and if appropriate, the user's client can check for updates. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_EMERGENCY_CALLS_NOT_SUPPORTED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_EMERGENCY_CALLS_NOT_SUPPORTED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.EmergencyCallsNotSupported"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.EmergencyCallsNotSupported

Raised if a client attempts to dial a number that is recognized as an emergency number (e.g. '911' in the USA), but the Connection Manager or provider does not support dialling emergency numbers. <tp:rationale> Many VOIP providers have the ability to dial traditional (PSTN) telephone numbers, but do not provide the ability to dial emergency numbers (for instance, Google Voice). This error provides additional information about why such a call was unsuccessful. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_INSUFFICIENT_BALANCE

#define TP_ERROR_STR_INSUFFICIENT_BALANCE "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.InsufficientBalance"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.InsufficientBalance

<tp:docstring xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>Raised if the user has insufficient <tp:dbus-ref namespace="ofdT.Connection.Interface">Balance</tp:dbus-ref> to place a call or send a message.</p> <p>The key 'balance-required' MAY be included in <tp:dbus-ref namespace="ofdT.Channel.Type.Call1">CallStateDetails</tp:dbus-ref> or a delivery report's <tp:type>Message_Part</tp:type> (with the same units and scale as <tp:dbus-ref namespace="ofdT.Connection.Interface.Balance">AccountBalance</tp:dbus-ref>) to indicate how much credit is required to make this call or send this message.</p>


TP_ERROR_STR_MEDIA_CODECS_INCOMPATIBLE

#define TP_ERROR_STR_MEDIA_CODECS_INCOMPATIBLE "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Media.CodecsIncompatible"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Media.CodecsIncompatible

Raised when the local streaming implementation has no codecs in common with the remote side. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to <tp:value-ref type="Call_State_Change_Reason">Media_Error</tp:value-ref>. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_MEDIA_UNSUPPORTED_TYPE

#define TP_ERROR_STR_MEDIA_UNSUPPORTED_TYPE "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Media.UnsupportedType"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Media.UnsupportedType

The media stream type requested is not supported by either the local or remote side. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to <tp:value-ref type="Call_State_Change_Reason">Media_Error</tp:value-ref>. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_MEDIA_STREAMING_ERROR

#define TP_ERROR_STR_MEDIA_STREAMING_ERROR "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Media.StreamingError"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.Media.StreamingError

Raised when the call's streaming implementation has some kind of internal error. <tp:rationale> This corresponds to <tp:value-ref type="Call_State_Change_Reason">Internal_Error</tp:value-ref>. </tp:rationale>


TP_ERROR_STR_CAPTCHA_NOT_SUPPORTED

#define TP_ERROR_STR_CAPTCHA_NOT_SUPPORTED "org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.CaptchaNotSupported"

The D-Bus error name org.freedesktop.Telepathy.Error.CaptchaNotSupported

<tp:docstring xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml"> <p>Raised if the <tp:dbus-ref namespace="ofdT.Channel.Interface">CaptchaAuthentication1</tp:dbus-ref> Handler either has no UI to present captchas, or it does, but wasn't able to answer any of the captchas given.</p>

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