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3.1 StatusType

A Status element is returned in most Cloud Fax and Notifications API result messages.

Tag Name
& type
1Contents will be an integer value. The value 0 indicates successful processing of the message, and any non-zero value indicates something less than complete successful processing.

Requests that contain multiple parts (for example, a JobSubmitRequest with multiple Message elements) may return an overall Status for the request, and a more specific Status (or RecStatus) for each part.

A success (0) StatusCode in the overall Status may merely mean that the request was processable, not that all of the parts were successfully executed - the individual status of each part should be examined.

In general, a value of 1 indicates a failure or problem. An overall request StatusCode of 2 indicates partial success. For multi-part results, the status of each part must be examined.

0-1If present, this will contain a text message associated with the StatusCode. This is intended as an aid only - users should rely only on the StatusCode, and should not count on any particular text string or pattern in StatusMessage.
   ErrorList0-1If present, this will contain one or more Error elements with more information about errors that were encountered. In general this information should be considered merely advisory or diagnostic.
   Error1-Contains error information.
1An integer value associated with the particular error.
1Text relating to the error.
1The time the request (or relevant part of the request) was received for processing.
1The time that processing of the request (or part of the request was completed. Note that there may be a delay in communicating the result of the task back to the user.
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