The LMX_GetErrorMessage function retrieves a NULL-terminated string for the last LM-X function call that occurred.
[in] LM-X handle.
The return value is a pointer to a NULL-terminated string that contains descriptive text for the error code.
This function returns a detailed message for the last LM-X function call that occurred.
The message includes the feature name, internal error code, and context-specific error whenever relevant. Typically, the context-specific error and internal error code are used only by X-Formation for support purposes.
LM-X Error: (Internal: 33 Feature: f1)
Feature not found
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The pointer returned is guaranteed to be valid only until the next function call that uses the LmxHandle parameter. Accordingly, it is recommended not to store the pointer.
The following is a basic example of using LMX_GetErrorMessage, which returns a detailed error message for the last LM-X function call that occurred.