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ea_error(3EXACCT)				 Extended Accounting File Access Library Functions				 ea_error(3EXACCT)

NAME
ea_error - error interface to extended accounting library SYNOPSIS
cc [ flag... ] file... -lexacct [ library ... ] #include <exacct.h> int ea_error(void); DESCRIPTION
The ea_error() function returns the error value of the last failure recorded by the invocation of one of the functions of the extended accounting library, libexacct. RETURN VALUES
EXR_CORRUPT_FILE A function failed because the file was not a valid exacct file. EXR_EOF A function detected the end of the file, either when reading forwards or backwards through the file. EXR_INVALID_BUF When unpacking an object, an invalid unpack buffer was specified. EXR_INVALID_OBJ The object type passed to the function is not valid for the requested operation, for example passing a group object to ea_set_item(3EXACCT). EXR_NO_CREATOR When creating a new file no creator was specified, or when opening a file for reading the creator value did not match the value in the file. EXR_NOTSUPP An unsupported type of access was attempted, for example attempting to write to a file that was opened read-only. EXR_OK The function completed successfully. EXR_SYSCALL_FAIL A system call invoked by the function failed. The errno variable contains the error value set by the underlying call. EXR_UNKN_VERSION The file referred to by name uses an exacct file version that cannot be processed by this library. ATTRIBUTES
See attributes(5) for descriptions of the following attributes: +----------------------+------------------------------------+ |ATTRIBUTE TYPE | ATTRIBUTE VALUE | +----------------------+------------------------------------+ |Interface Stability | Evolving | +----------------------+------------------------------------+ |MT-Level | MT-Safe | +----------------------+------------------------------------+ SEE ALSO
read(2), libexacct(3LIB), attributes(5) SunOS 5.10 29 Nov 2001 ea_error(3EXACCT)

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