This page describes the error codes that are returned by function execution problems.
This table lists the possible RasterMaster errors and their descriptions.
Detailed Status/Error Codes
Failed on memory allocation. Problem with a standard memory allocation. Please see Determining Memory Requirements for more information on the the amount of memory required.
Open call failed when trying to decompress an image.
File format is bad or unreadable.
String passed in is null or invalid.
Internal DLL problem. Submit a support ticket and attach document you were processing when you received this error.
Fail on saving when attempting to create a new file. On this error check that you have permission to write to that directory and that there is sufficient space available on the storage device.
Image was not recognized as a format the library can decompress.
Error writing data to the disk. Standard file i/o write failed.
Tried to display with negative coordinates or out of range.
Used for multi-page file format support when attempting to access a page which does not exist. This error code provides information of an empty Word-page which is not converted to an empty page in PDF or TIFF.
File format was truncated and tried to read past end of file. Standard read i/o function failed.
Application passed bad image handle. Not a valid RasterMaster library image handle.
Image not found on clipboard.
TWAIN scanner driver not installed or not found (TWAIN.DLL).
Bad scanner driver or driver not configured properly.
TWAIN scanner driver not installed or not found (TWAIN.DLL).
Cancel out of low level save or low level decompress. Usually not an error but termination of a function intentionally.
Date on an evaluation copy of the RasterMaster product has expired.
Version not allowed for design mode.
Tried to save an image to a format that does not support the image’s bits per pixel. Or tried to per- form an image processing function on an image whose bits per pixel is not allowed. Please see Supported File Formats for the pixel depths of each supported format.
Some image processing operations does not work on palette images.
No LZW or GIF code in this version.
The JAR file containing a class needed to complete the operation was not found. Please carefully examine your CLASSPATH to verify the syntax is correct, and the directory containing the RasterMaster JAR(s) is in the path. For Office 2007-2010 documents, you may need to explicitly specify some JARs. If you continue to receive this error, contact Accusoft Support and attach the document you were processing when you received this error.
Format will not support on the fly decompression.
No transparency color information found.
Currently not supporting this compression format.
Returned when scanning has completed all pages in the document feeder.
No more pages ready in document feeder.
No delay time was found for the animated GIF.
Could not find the .TIF tag.
Not recognized as a TIFF tiled image.
You are using a version that does not support this function or file format. Contact an Accusoft sales representative if you need this function or format.
Autofeed fail in the TWAIN scanner.
TWAIN driver cannot do fast transfer.
The PDF processing option was not found. If you have the PDF processing option, please make sure the name of the directory containing RasterMaster’s pdfplug.dll is in the System environment variable Path.
No ABIC plugin code in this version.
Internal error. An exception occurred during pro- cessing. Please enter a support ticket providing the document that was being processed. If the RasterMaster function being called was not a decompress bitmap, then please include a small sample program that can be used to reproduce the issue. Please see Getting a ClassNotFoundException Error for more information on troubleshooting an exception error.
No vector plugin found in this version.
The PCL processing option was not found. If you have the PCL processing option, please make sure the name of the directory containing RasterMaster’s pclplug.dll is in the System environment variable Path.
No JPEG2000 plugin found in this version.
Did not find attempted search string.
The MS Word processing option was not found. If you have the MS Word processing option, please make sure the name of the directory containing RasterMaster’s docplug.dll is in the System environment variable Path.
This file was password protected.
The RasterMaster method was not found. Please check the spelling of the method name and RasterMaster library version.
Access denied. Please check the security permissions.
Primary level license loaded is bad.
This file was password protected for Word or other formats.
This PDF file is part of a package that is not supported.
The jwebengine.jar is not in the classpath.
You must be running java 1.6 or better to use HTML support.
The OOXML Aspose license file was not found.
The OOXML Aspose license file expired or is otherwise invalid.
Returned when the SnowboundLicense.jar file is not found.
Returned when the RasterMaster license expires.
Returned when an error occurs when reading the license.
Note: Older error define values are retrieved from the
General Error Define Values Retrieved from Status Property
If an internal exception is thrown, this is the resulting value.
Image data of the object failed.
This is what the internal values are initially set to.
Operation completed successfully
Operation failed. See
Internal image data unavailable when trying to complete an operation.
API is not implemented
Parameter is not valid.
General error display.
This table lists other possible RasterMaster general status/errors codes and their descriptions:
The image in memory cannot be removed.
Any problems with displaying an image will return this error code.
No image data is available to do manipulations on.
This is returned if a parameter passed into an API is not valid.
This is returned if an API method is not implemented in the current build.
General API error code of an unsuccessful action.
General API status of a successful action.
This is returned when a Critical Exception is thrown.
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