Is there a mapping of RFA error codes to human readable text? I get an error (10101) but have no idea what it means or what I need to do to fix it.
We get a LoggerNotifyEvent with following message text, as you can see it is not telling me what went wrong. This happens during start up, but the connection eventually is established. I would like to understand what RFA is trying to tell me:
[Tue Feb 19 15:47:29 2019]: (ComponentName) RSSL_Adapter: (Severity) Error: 10101 (Connection_OMMProv)
It looks like you don't have message file in running directory so it writes RFA logger id in the log instead.
-Can you provide rfa.log file?
-What version of RFA C++ you are using? and Is this Linux or Windows?
If you are using Linux you can copy the message files from "<RFA Install Path>/MessageFile"
Also you may add below config to RFA configuration file and restart the application.
When enabled, uses log strings stored internally in RFA libraries or DLL’s. RFA[x]_MsgFile.dll (static) and .mc files are not required when this option is enabled. Using this option on Windows will override windowsLoggerEnabled and not log events.
\Logger\AppLogger\useInternalLogStrings = True