IEventSourceErrors Interface

Provides access to members that deal with event source errors.

Members

Name Description
Method GetErrorCursor The cursor of the events with locating errors.
Method GetErrors The enumerator of the event source errors.
Method GetLocatingErrorOID The locating error associated with an event's OID.
Method GetLocatingErrorRow The locating error associated with a row.

IEventSourceErrors.GetErrorCursor Method

The cursor of the events with locating errors.

Public Function GetErrorCursor ( _
    ByVal filter As IQueryFilter _
) As ICursor
public ICursor GetErrorCursor (
    IQueryFilter filter
);

IEventSourceErrors.GetErrors Method

The enumerator of the event source errors.

Public Function GetErrors ( _
) As IEnumEventError
public IEnumEventError GetErrors (
);

IEventSourceErrors.GetLocatingErrorOID Method

The locating error associated with an event's OID.

Public Function GetLocatingErrorOID ( _
    ByVal OID As Integer _
) As esriLocatingError
public esriLocatingError GetLocatingErrorOID (
    int OID
);

IEventSourceErrors.GetLocatingErrorRow Method

The locating error associated with a row.

Public Function GetLocatingErrorRow ( _
    ByVal Row As IRow _
) As esriLocatingError
public esriLocatingError GetLocatingErrorRow (
    IRow Row
);

Classes that implement IEventSourceErrors

Classes Description

Remarks

In a RouteEventSource, there is one feature for every row of the original event table. In some cases, however, the features have empty shapes. This is because there was some reason the event could not be properly located. Other times, an event can only be partially located (this happens for line events only). The IEventSourceErrors interface exposes some methods that allow you to determine the locating errors of events.

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