Error Messages

When an exception is thrown by the runtime, the error message


is issued, where <messageId> meaning is defined in the next table:

Generic Error Messages
Message  ID Description
1 Negative offset.
2 Negative length.
3 Offset + length > object length.

When an exception is thrown by the implementation of the EDC API, the error message


is issued, where <messageId> meaning is defined in the next table:

EDC Error Messages
Message  ID Description
-4 No native stack found to execute the Java native method.
-3 Maximum stack size for a thread has been reached. Increase the maximum size of the thread stack parameter.
-2 No Java stack block could be allocated with the given size. Increase the Java stack block size.
-1 The Java stack space is full. Increase the Java stack size or the number of Java stack blocks.
1 A closed stream is being written/read.
2 The operation Reader.mark() is not supported.
3 lock is null in Reader(Object lock).
4 String index is out of range.
5 Argument must be a positive number.
6 Invalid radix used. Must be from Character.MIN_RADIX to Character.MAX_RADIX.

Exit Codes

The MicroEJ Application can stop its execution by calling the method System.exit(). To retrieve the appplication exit code (or exit status), use the C function SNI_getExitCode() after the end of SNI_startVM() (see sni.h header file). If the MicroEJ Application ended without calling System.exit() then SNI_getExitCode() returns 0.

The error codes returned by SNI_startVM() are defined in the section Error Codes.